"Sports day at Killaloe" CD by Fiddler's Green

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"Sports day at Killaloe" is a CD, on which already the opener "Bugger off" cracks: Irish Speedfolk at its best! Next to own compositions a hand full of traditionals is to be heard - raw like in "Life full of pain", powerful like in "Strike back", playful like in "7 drunken sailors" and exhilarate like Reggae ("Change").

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Item no. 437956
Musical Genre Folk Punk
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Fiddler's Green
Product type CD
Release date 09/01/2009
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Bugger Off
  • 2.
    Bottom Of Our Glass
  • 3.
    Life Full Of Pain
  • 4.
    Sports Day Theme
  • 5.
    Sporting Day
  • 6.
    Empty Pockets, Empty Fridge
  • 7.
  • 8.
    Down By The Hillside
  • 9.
    Highland Road
  • 10.
    Rose In The Heather
  • 11.
    Bold O'Donahue
  • 12.
    This Old Man
  • 13.
    7 Drunken Sailors
  • 14.
    Dead End Street
  • 15.
    Mrs. McGrath
  • 16.
    Strike Back
  • 17.
    Friendly Reunion
  • 18.
    Once In A While
  • 19.

by Oliver Kube (29.01.2009) This is another Must Buy for fans. If you’re one of those who just have discovered Punk spiced up with Celtic folklore because of the success of such US bands like Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly: go catch up! After all, these stars have already released ten studio and two live albums within the last two decades. As a start, their new CD would be perfect for checking out this genre: packed with 19 energetic and versatile songs, it makes for a great evening and offers a nice potpourri of the band’s repertoire. Incredibly fast drinking songs ("Sporting day" or "Life full of pain"), pure Folk ("This old man"), or Reggae-inspired stuff ("Change"), and food for thought ("Down by the hillside" and "Apology") - here, you get it all. Be swift and get "Sports day at killaloe" in a limited edition with a bonus disc, including nine acoustic tracks plus the video clip for "Bugger off".

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