The Pogues - Pogue Mahone download album
Pogue Mahone (Cass, Album). Warner Music Poland, WEA. 0630-11210-4. Pogue Mahone (CD, Album, RE, RM). Warner Strategic Marketing United Kingdom.
Pogue Mahone is the seventh and final studio album by The Pogues, released in 1996. The title is a variant of the Irish phrase póg mo thóin, meaning "kiss my arse", from which the band's name is derived. It was the band's second studio album recorded after the departure of Shane MacGowan, and features Spider Stacy in the role of lead singer. The album was not a critical or commercial success
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By: The Pogues (1995, Rock). More albums from The Pogues: The Rest Of The Best by The Pogues. Streams Of Whiskey- Live In Leysin, Switzerland 1991 by The Pogues. Hell’s Ditch by The Pogues. Waiting For Herb by The Pogues. View all albums . Pogue Mahone. By: The Pogues (1995, Rock).
Pogue Mahone (Gaelic for "kiss my arse") is the seventh and final studio album from lauded progressive Irish folk pioneers the Pogues. After the departure of Shane MacGowan, co-founder Spider Stacy found himself at the helm, singing and sharing songwriting duties with the rest of the group. If their post- MacGowan debut, Waiting for Herb, was a respectable attempt at recapturing the shape-shifting, genre-splitting days of classic tracks like "Fiesta," "Lorelei," and "Night Train to Lorca," Pogue Mahone is a celebration of the band's inception
In conclusion, Pogue Mahone isn't a great album, it's a good album. It's somewhat depressing and has a smooth, relaxing quality(ala Bap Kennedy). By 1995, the Pogues were starting to run out of steam, Shane MacGowan had left in 1991, and in 1993, Terry Woods, Philip Chevron, and James Fearnley also parted ways. Now the only original members Jem Finer, Spider Stacy, and Andrew Ranken, plus Daryl Hunt were left to pick up the slack. As a result "Pogue Mahone," isn't anywhere near as the MacGowan era "Pogues," however it is a vast improvement over the disappointing "Waiting For Herb
|2||Living In A World Without Her||3:18|
|3||When The Ship Comes In||3:13|
|6||Love You 'Till The End||4:32|
|11||Four O' Clock In The Morning||3:13|
|12||Where That Love's Been Gone||3:50|
|13||The Sun And The Moon||3:19|
- Producer – Steve Brown
NotesRecorded at RAK Studios, London.
The Pogues line-up:
Spider Stacy, Jamie Clarke, Jem Finer, Darryl Hunt, Andrew Ranken, James McNally, Stephen Warbeck, Jon Sevink, David Coulter.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: STRESS0011239
|0630 11210 2, 0630-11210-2||The Pogues||Pogue Mahone (CD, Album)||WEA, WEA||0630 11210 2, 0630-11210-2||Europe||1995|
|WPCR-12089||The Pogues||Pogue Mahone (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Warner Strategic Marketing, Pogue Mahone Records||WPCR-12089||Japan||2005|
|PROP58/0630 11210 2||The Pogues||Pogue Mahone (CD, Album, Promo)||WEA||PROP58/0630 11210 2||Germany||1995|
|0630-11210-4||The Pogues||Pogue Mahone (Cass, Album)||WEA||0630-11210-4||Europe||1995|
|5046759642||The Pogues||Pogue Mahone (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Warner Strategic Marketing United Kingdom||5046759642||UK||2004|