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4.2 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

thefunnyboy ,

Moving away

If you've listened to "Love You 'Till The End," the sixth cut on the Pogues' "Pogue Mahone," and you're worried that their manic energy has fallen off with the removal of Shane MacGowan, don't. It's still here. They've just found room to explore some other sounds.

With a few exceptions, such as "Love You 'Till The End," a stripped-down and sentimental tune, and "Oretown," which sounds like it wouldn't be out of place in a Pink Floyd album, this is the same kind of music you've heard in "If I Should Fall From Grace WIth God" and other MacGowan-era albums. There's a definite switch here which might offend Pogues purists, and this album is definitely not their best. But it's good enough.

kafb715 ,

kafb715

I only purchased "Love You 'Till the End" from this album. I loved the movie "P.S. I Love You" and that's where I first heard this song. Great song, I enjoy listening to it again & again!

ehutzo ,

when the ship comes in

"when the ship comes in" has the greatest lyrics in any song ever written. its a dylan song so you know its true. buy the clancy brothers, the pogues and the original version of the song. its incredible.

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