The Pogues – Streams Of Whiskey

The Pogues are at it again in this song. They are the connoisseurs of drunken commentary. Rebel Voice, being an Irish-based site, could not of course condone such drunken revelry… ahem… but stands by the right of others to engage in this behaviour so long as they don’t fall on you. This is but one […]

The Pogues – Star Of The County Down [Irish Folk Rock]

Here is The Pogues’ version of the popular and lively Ulster ballad. Needless to say, it’s a rollicking take on a classic tune from a land full of the same. Go easy on the whiskey when listening to this, though, as Rebel Voice does not want you to waken up in a strange bed with […]

The Pogues – White City [Irish Folk Rock]

Here’s another classic from the Hiberno-English trad-rock band that shook the Establishment in the eighties and nineties. Rebel Voice wishes it to be known that the lead singer of this group finally got new teeth! If you enjoyed this, please share

The Pogues – Misty Morning Albert Bridge (Irish Trad Rock)

The Pogues are a Hiberno-English band who stand as one of the greatest musical acts to (almost) come out of Ireland. Their lead vocalist, and Rebel Voice uses that term loosely, is possibly the finest song-writer of all time. Leonard Cohen could only wish to be as good as Shane MacGowan. This ballad is another […]

The Pogues – The Sick Bed Of Cuchulainn [Irish Folk Rock]

The Pogues are a raucous lot. They are the stuff of legend in Ireland and anywhere Irish people assemble, which is a lot of places across the world. Although a Hiberno-English band, their sound is all Irish, as is their attitude. They would be classified as a trad/folk punk band, but are so much more. […]