|Under the Kilt|
|Studio album by|
|Released||January 24, 2001|
|Genre||Bubblegum Dance, Eurodance|
|Dr. Macdoo chronology|
|Singles from Under the Kilt|
Under the Kilt is the third studio album by Swedish eurodance artist Jonny Jakobsen and his first album under the pseudonym Dr. Macdoo. It was released in 2001.
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