Heston and Marky's Friday Top 5

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Sally Maclennane
Sickbed
Billy's Bones
The Old Main Drag
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
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Just about every song has been mentioned. Sign of a great album.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Silent Majority wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:19pm
Sally Maclennane
Sickbed
Billy's Bones
The Old Main Drag
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
At last someone else who picked Sally as no.1.

This track and Dirty Old Town were the first Pogues I ever heard. I loved them immediately. Then when I got the Poguetry in Motion 12" ep there were absolute classics on it. Great great band.
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Marky Dread wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:38pm
Silent Majority wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:19pm
Sally Maclennane
Sickbed
Billy's Bones
The Old Main Drag
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
At last someone else who picked Sally as no.1.

This track and Dirty Old Town were the first Pogues I ever heard. I loved them immediately. Then when I got the Poguetry in Motion 12" ep there were absolute classics on it. Great great band.
Sally could easily have been my number one. Toss up between that and Sick Bed for me.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Heston wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:49pm
Marky Dread wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:38pm
Silent Majority wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:19pm
Sally Maclennane
Sickbed
Billy's Bones
The Old Main Drag
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
At last someone else who picked Sally as no.1.

This track and Dirty Old Town were the first Pogues I ever heard. I loved them immediately. Then when I got the Poguetry in Motion 12" ep there were absolute classics on it. Great great band.
Sally could easily have been my number one. Toss up between that and Sick Bed for me.
...So Sally can wait... :shifty:
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Heston wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:49pm
Marky Dread wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:38pm
Silent Majority wrote:
25 Jul 2020, 5:19pm
Sally Maclennane
Sickbed
Billy's Bones
The Old Main Drag
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda
At last someone else who picked Sally as no.1.

This track and Dirty Old Town were the first Pogues I ever heard. I loved them immediately. Then when I got the Poguetry in Motion 12" ep there were absolute classics on it. Great great band.
Sally could easily have been my number one. Toss up between that and Sick Bed for me.
Sick Bed is tops for me and the rest are hard to rank, just all great.

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Top 5 tracks from "Rock Art & The X-ray Style" - Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros

1. Forbidden City
2. Yalla Yalla
3. Road to Rock 'n' Roll
4. Tony Adams
5. Digging the New
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Never really connected with this album despite the rave reviews. I love my number one choice but the rest were just kind of ok to me...

Sandpaper Blues
Tony Adams
Yalla Yalla
X-Ray Style
Willesden to Cricklewood
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Yalla Yalla
Tony Adams
X-Ray Style
Sandpaper Blues
Forbidden City
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Techno D-Day
Forbidden City
Nitcomb
Tony Adams
X-Ray Style

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Forbidden City
Tony Adams
X Ray Style
Sandpaper Blues
Yalla Yalla
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Im the only one who digs Techno D-Day?

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revbob wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 3:52pm
Im the only one who digs Techno D-Day?
love it
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revbob wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 3:52pm
Im the only one who digs Techno D-Day?
I like it but it's way better live.
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Yalla Yalla
Road to Rock n Roll
X Ray Style
Forbidden City
Willesden to Cricklewood
Authority is supposedly grounded in wisdom, but I could see from a very early age that authority was only a system of control and it didn't have any inherent wisdom. I quickly realised that you either became a power or you were crushed


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