#1
Any of you lot into this great traditional Irish band? My dad and I are off to see them in December I think, really looking forward to it. If you're wondering where've you've heard the name, but don't know anything by them. They did "Fairytale of New York" with Kirsty MacColl.
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#2
a friends band played support for them
said they were complete alco's well past there day
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#4
December 15th I think, I'd love to see 'em on christmas eve though.
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#5
I cant beleive more people havent heard of the pogues, I have two of their albums, Peace and Love and If I Should Fall From Grace With God, and every album i buy from them gets better and better, i think the next one i get'll be Hells ditch any suggestions?
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#6
Rum Sodomy and The Lash is meant to be the best one. We've just got a greatest hits, but I might ask for RSATL for Christmas.
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#7
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Rum Sodomy and The Lash is meant to be the best one. We've just got a greatest hits, but I might ask for RSATL for Christmas.


Great Album, outside that album the only real notable stuff is Irish Rover and Fairytale of New York (the best Christmas song ever)
#8
I wanna go see them on the 18th.


Dont know if any of my mates will want to go though.
#9
i like them. i only have If I Should Fall From Grace With God. its a great album. ive also heard a few songs from Rum Sodomy and the Lash, and from Hells Ditch.

definitely a good band.
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Fairytale of New York (the best Christmas song ever)

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