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Good import - look for it.

Customer Reviews

good CD, but not their best

For a "best of" CD this is not a very good one. You can't go wrong with the Pogues and every song on this CD is good. However it does not cover their whole career and the many styles and phases the band has seen over the years. Songs like "White City", "Fiesta", and "misty morning", while being good songs hardly deserve to be on their "best of" CD when better songs such as "Lullaby of London", Summer in Siam" and even "If I Should Fall From Grace With God" are missing. For all of Shane's troubles he is a class poet and songwriter and I think by calling this a "best of" CD, not enough credit is being given to this legendary band.

WHERE THE HELL IS SAYONORA!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Sayonora, Lorca's Novena, Hell's Ditch, Sunnyside of the Street, and Summer in Siam are missing. Unnacceptable.

Best of the Pogues

Absolutely class album.All the best songs.Every one worth listening to unlike every other album today that has one or two good songs!!

Biography

Formed: 1982 in Kings Cross, London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

By demonstrating that the spirit of punk could live in traditional Irish folk music, the Pogues were one of the most radical bands of the mid-'80s. Led by Shane MacGowan, whose slurred, incomprehensible voice often disguised the sheer poetry of his songs, the Pogues were undeniably political — not only were many of their songs explicitly in favor of working-class liberalism, but the wild, careening sound of their punk-injected folk was implicitly radical. While the band was clearly radical,...
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