#172: Irish Punk [Explicit]

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:25
“Loud ‘n' Proud ‘n' Bold” by Neck
from Here's Mud In Your Eye on iTunes

4:52
“Farewell, Self Esteem” by The Kilmaine Saints
from The Good, The Plaid and The Ugly on iTunes

7:35
“Work Away” by The Lagan
from Where's Your Messiah Now? on iTunes

11:31
“Union Man” by The Go Set
from The Hungry Mile on iTunes

14:41
“The Lads Who Fought and Won” by The Real McKenzies
from Off The Leash on iTunes

17:25
“Raise Your Glass” by The Cloves and The Tobacco
from The Day With No Sun

20:41
“Punk Shanty” by The Greenland Whalefishers
from Down and Out on iTunes

25:17
“Emerald City” by The Tossers
from The Emerald City on iTunes

29:03
“To Be The One” by Celkilt
from On The Table

32:14
“Irish Banshee” by The Craic
from Amongst The Mischief and Malarkey on iTunes

36:14
“Friends Until The End” by The Black Tartan Clan
from Scotland in Our Hearts on iTunes

39:47
“Road Less Travelled” by The Ramshackle Army
from Letters From The Road Less Travelled on iTunes

43:18
“City By The Sea” by Pipies and Pints
from Pipes and Pints

46:51
“The Waiting” by Irish Nails
from Bruises

50:54
“Take Me Back” by The Killigans
from Another Round For The Strong of Heart on iTunes

54:14
“Switchblade Molly” by The Bastard Bearded Irishmen
from Rise Of The Bastard

58:48
“Is This Bar Open 'til Tomorrow” by The Mahones
from Here Comes Lucky on iTunes

1:04:55
“How The Hell Can You Sleep” by Sir Reg
from A Sign Of The Times on iTunes

1:09:12
“Blood or Whiskey” by The Tosspints
from Have you Been Drinking on iTunes

The Tosspints - Have You Been Drinking

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Comments

#172: Irish Punk [Explicit] — 2 Comments

  1. Marc-
    Love your show.
    Ref: #172, Irish Punk: Can’t like it.

    There’s a reason I don’t get the Grinning Beggar podcast anymore, and this is it.

    This isn’t Celtic music, this is noise with a brogue.

    Just my 2 cents. Thanks.

  2. LOL. Hey T-Bone. Thanks for the feedback. Fear not. This is a once in a blue moon show. Irish Punk is not my favorite either. But I do believe it is an important contribution to the Celtic music scene nonetheless. So I’m super thankful to have the Grinning Beggar share his love of the genre for me. 🙂