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Just Look Them Straight In The Eye

Pogues CD5

Just Look Them Straight In The Eye (2008)

Format: CD5 - Glasba

Code: 5051442813524


  1. The Kerry Polka
  2. The Rocky Road To Dublin
  3. Boys From The County Hell
  4. NW3
  5. The Donegal Express / The Hen And The Cock Are In Carrickmacross
  6. Do You Believe In Magic
  7. Hot Asphalt
  8. Danny Boy
  9. Maggie May
  10. Haunted
  11. The Travelling People
  12. Eve Of Destruction
  13. My Baby's Gone
  14. North Sea Holes
  15. Garbo (Aka In And Out)
  16. The Last Of McGee
  17. Afro-Cuban Be-Bop (Alt. Mix)
  18. Young Ned Of The Hill (Dub Version)
  19. Pinned Down / I'm Alone In The Wilderness
  20. When The Ship Comes In
  21. Waxies Dargle


  1. Repeal Of The Licensing Laws
  2. Dark Streets Of London
  3. Greenland Whale Fisheries
  4. Streams Of Whiskey
  5. The Auld Triangle
  6. Poor Paddy On The Railway
  7. Sea Shanty
  8. Transmetropolitan
  9. Kitty
  10. Boys From The County Hell
  11. Connemara, Let's Go (Aka Down In The Ground Where The Dead Men Go)
  12. Billy's Bones
  13. The Old Main Drag
  14. Sally Maclennane
  15. The Town That Never Sleeps
  16. Something Wild
  17. Driving Through The City
  18. Rainy Night In Soho
  19. Fairytale Of New York (1st Demo 1986)
  20. Fairytale Of New York (2nd Demo 1986)
  21. Fairytale Of New York (3rd Demo 1987)
  22. Navigator (Live)


  1. The Aria
  2. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
  3. Haunted
  4. Love Theme From Sid And Nancy
  5. Junk Theme
  6. Glued Up And Speeding
  7. Paris
  8. A Needle For Paddy Garcia
  9. JB 57
  10. Bowery Snax / Spiked
  11. Hot Dogs With Everything
  12. Rince Del Emplacada
  13. The Rake At The Gates Of Hell
  14. Turkish Song Of The Damned
  15. If I Should Fall From Grace With God
  16. Battle March
  17. Lullaby Of London
  18. Shanne Bradley
  19. Streets Of Sorrow
  20. Thousands Are Sailing
  21. The Balinalee
  22. Nicaragua Libré
  23. Japan


  1. Sally Maclennane
  2. A Pair Of Brown Eyes
  3. Kitty
  4. Maggie May
  5. Dirty Old Town
  6. The Sickbed Of Cuchulainn
  7. Fiesta
  8. If I Should Fall From Grace With God
  9. Johnny Come Lately
  10. Boat Train
  11. Night Train To Lorca
  12. The Mistlethrush
  13. Got A Lot Of Lovin' To Do
  14. Victoria
  15. Murder (Version 1)
  16. Lust For Vomit
  17. The Wake Of The Medusa
  18. The Black Dogs Ditch
  19. Aisling
  20. Murder (Version 2)
  21. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah (12" Single Remix)
  22. Madrín Rua
  23. Johnny Come Lately (Live 1989)


  1. Johnny Was (Sexy Bongo)
  2. Miss Otis Regrets / Just One Of Those Things
  3. All The Tears That I Cried
  4. The One And Only
  5. Afro-Cuban Be-Bop (Single Version)
  6. Turkish Song Of The Damned
  7. London Calling
  8. I Fought The Law
  9. The Girl From The Wadi-Hammamat
  10. Moving To Moldova
  11. Call My Name
  12. The Sun And The Moon
  13. Living In A World Without Her
  14. Who Said Romance Is Dead?
  15. Sound Of The City Night
  16. Four O'Clock In The Morning
  17. The Star Of The Country Down
  18. White City
  19. Medley: The Recruiting Sergeant / The Rocky Road To Dublin / The Galway Races
  20. The Parting Glass / Lord Santry's Fairest Daughter
  21. Goodnight Irene (Live)
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The Pogues is a Celtic punk band from London, formed in 1982 and fronted by Shane MacGowan. The band reached international prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s. MacGowan left the band in 1991 due to drinking problems but the band continued first with Joe Strummer and then with Spider Stacy on vocals before breaking up in 1996. The band, including MacGowan, reformed in 2001 and has been playing regularly ever since. While the band has not released an album since 1996, they are credited with inventing celtic punk and have had a large influence on the larger celtic fusion scene. The band was awarded the life-time achievement award at the annual Meteor Ireland Music Awards in February 2006. The Pogues were founded in King’s Cross, a district in north London, in 1982 as Pogue Mahone - “pogue mahone” being the Anglicisation of the Irish póg mo thóin, meaning “kiss my arse”. The band specialised in Irish folk music, often playing with the energy of the punk rock scene from which several of the members had their roots. ...


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