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    • Deacon Blue also performed at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony on 3 August 2014, performing their hit, "Dignity".Deacon Blue-Wikipedia
    • Having joined Deacon Blue in 1984 (while the band was still called "Dr Love"), Kelling went on to co-write their 1987 single "Loaded" and the B-side "Ronnie Spector" (the latter from the second single release of "Dignity").Graeme Kelling-Wikipedia
    • After sales of Raintown began to increase, the single was re-released in March 1988, following a second release of the first single "Dignity".When Will You (Make My Telephone Ring)-Wikipedia
    • This saw the band return to No. 1 in the UK Albums Chart and was one of the year's top sellers, while "I Was Right and You Were Wrong" and a re-release of "Dignity" saw the band re-enter the Top 20 of the UK Singles Chart.Deacon Blue-Wikipedia
    • Played out in the course of the album is the struggle with money ("Loaded"), unemployment, dreams of something better ("Dignity", "The Very Thing"), culminating in an angry attack upon urban life ("Town to Be Blamed").Raintown (album)-Wikipedia
    • "Dignity" was released, now for the third time, as the second single from the album.Our Town – The Greatest Hits-Wikipedia

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