The Pogues - The Rest Of The Best (CD)

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  1. In , the Pogues decided to disband after 14 years in the business. Stephen Thomas Erlewine - All Music Guide collection on Warner Brothers featuring 16 of the Irishfolk/ punk band's best, , including their cover of the Rolling Stones' 'Honky Tonk Women', plus 'Yeah Yeah YeahYeah Yeah', 'The Sunny Side Of The Street', 'Dark.
  2. The Very Best Of, a Compilation of songs by The Pogues. Released in on WSM UK (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Celtic Rock, Celtic Punk.
  3. There's little question that the Pogues were a seminal band, blessed with great musicians, led by Shane MacGowan, a songwriter of major vision and liggedoderpedo.chquaridfalkeaparreedisttileftmaskapi.infoinfo was apparent on their initial Stiff singles but it truly blazed on their debut, Rum Sodomy & the Lash, an album that artfully walked the razor's edge between Irish traditionalism and venomous, working-class punk.
  4. In the CD age, it's hard to pick the scum from the gems--the first "The Best Of The Pogues" (the one with the orange cover) is a 4 or 5 star affair; wisely it picked the majority of material from the bands first three albums (wisely leaving out the debut "Red Roses For Me") and left out all material from the final two lacklustre albums ("Peace & Love", "Hell's Ditch")/5(8).
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Rest of the Best by The Pogues (CD, Mar, Wea) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Ratings: 1.
  6. The Rest of the Best is a solid sampling of the Pogues' output up to , even when one considers that the collection in a way amounts to the second best-of, since The Best of the Pogues was released less than a year before this collection. Though the album suffers from a sequencing problem, with three of its strongest songs out of the way right off the bat, there's a lot to like across its 6/
  7. It's the tracks on The Very Best Of, drawn from The Pogues' two most celebrated albums--Rum, Sodomy and the Lash and If I Should Fall from Grace with God--that find the band on top form; see the drunken Yuletime feud of "Fairytale of New York" featuring the late Kirsty MacColl, or the violent pint-downer of "The Sick Bed of Cuchulainn". A look /5().
  8. Pogues, the – The Rest of the Best () € 3,99 If I Should Fall from Grace with God () The Sick Bed of Cúchulaínn () The Old Main Drag () Boys from the County Hell () Young Ned of the Hill () Dark Streets of London () The Auld Triangle () Repeal of the Licensing Laws () Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah () London Girl ().

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