Pogues, the
Red Roses For Me

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm      + bonus download

( 1989 ) - 2015 EU reissue on 180g LP+MP3- Soulful and soused, usually in equal parts, The Pogues’ music combined the youthful spirit of punk with ancient Celtic melodies to create a sublime racket that’s been described as the Sex Pistols setting fire to

Label:  Rhino 
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Release date: 06-02-2015( Originally released in 1989)

2015 EU reissue on 180g LP+MP3- Soulful and soused, usually in equal parts, The Pogues’ music combined the youthful spirit of punk with ancient Celtic melodies to create a sublime racket that’s been described as the Sex Pistols setting fire to The Chieftains. Rhino Records raises a pint in one hand and a fistful of Pogues in the other with 180g vinyl reissues of the band’s classic albums Red Roses for Me (1984), Rum Sodomy & the Lash (1985), If I Should Fall from Grace with God (1988), Peace and Love (1998) and Hell's Ditch (1990) along with a limited edition colored pressing of the 1986 Elvis Costello produced EP Poguetry In Motion.

The Pogues - vocalist Shane MacGowan, Spider Stacy on tin whistle, accordion player James Fearnley, Jeremy “Jem” Finer on banjo, drummer Andrew David Ranken, and bassist Cait O’Riordan — made their debut in 1984 with Red Roses For Me. The album’s 13 songs established the band’s unique sound as it mixed MacGowan's radical originals - “Transmetropolitan” and “Dark Streets Of London” - with traditional Irish tunes - “The Auld Triangle” and “Poor Paddy.”

Tracks:
A1 Transmetropolitan
A2 The Battle Of Brisbane
A3 The Auld Triangle
A4 Waxie's Dargle
A5 Boys From The County Hell
A6 Sea Shanty
A7 Dark Streets Of London

B1 Streams Of Whiskey
B2 Poor Paddy
B3 Dingle Regatta
B4 Greenland Whale Fisheries
B5 Down In The Ground Where The Dead Men Go
B6 Kitty

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Bonus(cd,single,download): bonus download
Label: Rhino
Originally released: 1984
This release: 2015
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