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Just Look Them Straight in the Eye and Say...Pogue Mahone
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 19.3 x 14.2 x 2.59 cm; 394.06 Grams
- Manufacturer : WEA International
- Manufacturer reference : 5144281352
- Label : WEA International
- ASIN : B0017XFBMG
- Number of discs : 5
- Customer Reviews:
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|2. The Rocky Road To Dublin|
|3. Boys From The County Hell|
|1. Repeal Of The Licensing Laws|
|2. Dark Streets Of London|
|3. Greenland Whale Fisheries|
|4. Streams Of Whiskey|
|1. The Aria|
|2. "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly"|
|4. Love Theme From Sid And Nancy|
|1. Sally Maclennane|
|2. A Pair Of Brown Eyes|
|4. Maggie May|
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Remarkable 2008 five CD box by The Pogues, at least three quarters of which comprises previously unreleased material while the remainder is made up of decidedly hard-to-find Pogues' rarities. Compiled by The Pogues with track by track annotations from Phil Chevron, there are a bountiful 111 tracks from 1983 demos (pre-dating their first recordings for Stiff Records) through to live recordings from 2001 Just Look Them Straight In The Eye is an absolute treasure trove of unreleased recordings for all Pogues' fans, spanning their entire career and featuring rehearsal recordings, B-sides, out-takes, rare mixes, BBC sessions plus recordings with Steve Earle, Joe Strummer and, of course, Kirsty MacColl. Alongside these are unreleased soundtrack recordings from Sid and Nancy, Garbo and Straight To Hell, alternate versions of Pogues' classics like "Fairy Tale Of New York" and "Rainy Night In Soho" and a generous selection of live recordings. Rhino UK.
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The Pogues never made any money but they made generational music. The world would be a very dull place without the Pogues.
A simply magnificant collection of songs. A must for every Pogues fan.
Any serious Pogues fans will want this album, but I'd recommend newcomers start with the first five Pogues albums. Rake at the Gates of Hell: Shane Macgowan in Context
Less fervent fans would be better served by one of the many "Best Of" collections.
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There are always critical people out there who wouldn't have put this or that on this collection but I just have to say it's awesome.
I can not see the latter day Pogues roadshow, my memories of 83, 84 and 85 are too good to overwrite with Pouges.corp even though this band more than earn the right to retrospective reward.
This compilation nails it though, boy were they a good band, a great band and an experience etched forever