Here is a nice version of the famous Italian song of resistance to oppression, Bella Ciao. It is accompanied by images from Palestine, and nowhere is such a song more appropriate than in that land of revolutionaries and freedom fighters struggling to defeat Israeli fascism. If you enjoyed this, please share it
This montage shows imagery concerning the militant Irish Socialist Republican organisation, the INLA. (some of the images are of poor quality) – If you care, give it a share –
The video is grainy but the lyrics are not. ‘It takes a revolution to make a solution’. Good man yourself, Bob. – If you care, give it a share –
Damn, but the Fab Four are youthful in this video. The music has aged well even if the musicians haven’t. – If you care, give it a share –
Punk music was not merely melody and lyrics, it was a movement for social upheaval welcomed by Rebel Voice. Punks rejected the system and stuck two fingers up to the ‘Man’. If only there was a means of expressing that anger today via fashion and music. Sadly, there was an element of neo-Nazism in the […]
Another song of revolution by a punk band. Rebel Voice endorses punk and its rebellious attitude to a fucked-up society.
This poem, recited by Luke Kelly, is a strong statement upon the corporate control that Ireland suffers from still. James Connolly was correct when he said, If you remove the English army tomorrow and hoist the green flag over Dublin Castle, unless you set about the organization of the Socialist Republic your efforts would be […]
This is a great rendition of the famous rebel ballad. The movie footage helps the atmosphere. Heady days indeed.
Here we have Punk royalty in the shape of the Pistols, a nihilistic group of malcontents who rocked the British Establishment for an all-to-brief period in the 70’s.
This punk offering from Belfast band SLF encapsulates the anger of the young of the Occupied Six Counties at the circumstances foisted upon them. The lyrics may not suit everyone there, but there’s no denying the energy in their delivery. Note: Stiff Little Fingers were referenced in the John Cusack film, High Fidelity, also starring […]