• aceway ha detto...
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    • Mar 5 2006, 16:08

    Rebelbands

    Which bands do you like?

    • Reni_Jr ha detto...
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    • Mar 5 2006, 19:18
    Wolfetones, Eire Og, The Young Dubliners etc.

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Mar 5 2006, 19:45
    Since I saw them live at this year's Celtic-St. Pauli Friendshipparty my favorite rebelband is Shebeen.

    But I also like Eire Og and Wolfe Tones.

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    • Mar 6 2006, 18:03
    Eire Og, Shebeen, Wolfe Tones, Irish Brigade

  • hmm I like the Wolfe tones, Eire Og,and the Dubliners,too :)

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Apr 11 2006, 15:24
    Anybody interested in an audio version of Fields Of Athenry by Gary Og (live at St. Pauli CSC Party)? Just send me a personal message... great quality!

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    • Apr 11 2006, 17:45
    Maybe someone know the "Sniper's Promise" song? I have only this played by the Wolfe Tones. Anybody knows some others band which plays this song?

  • @ aceway: Think I got the same Song - but I got It taged woth "Wolfe Zones". Jeee-ha I love that. :-/

    @JanekKos: IMO that song was recorded by Athenrye and The Irish Brigade, too

    SoFar
    MB

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Apr 11 2006, 18:19

    Re:

    Quoth Masterbrain:
    @ aceway: Think I got the same Song - but I got It taged woth "Wolfe Zones". Jeee-ha I love that. :-/

    @JanekKos: IMO that song was recorded by Athenrye and The Irish Brigade, too

    SoFar
    MB


    Do you mean the Jail Song or Fields Of Athenry? ;)

  • Ooops- I ment "Fields of Athenry" actually

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Apr 11 2006, 19:17
    http://rapidshare.de/files/17744098/Gary_Og_-_The_Fields_Of_Athenry_at_Celtic_-_Sankt_Pauli_Party.mp3.html

    Don't think you have this one, ripped it from the video, never saw it anywhere before.

  • You are right, THAT was really a different Version for me - thx a lot

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Apr 20 2006, 21:22
    "Nothing matters Mary if you're free
    Against the Famine and the Crown
    (FUCK THE CROWN!)
    I rebelled but they cut me down
    Now you must raise our child with dignity

    Low lie the fields of Athenry
    Where once we watched the small free birds fly
    (HEY BABY LET THE FREE BIRDS FLY!)
    Our love was on the wing
    (SINN FÉIN!)
    We had dreams and songs to sing
    (P-IRA!)
    It's so lonely round the fields of Athenry..."

    Download the version I posted! It's the greatest version ever!

  • yepp, thats right this version rocks :)

  • I like all of those bands as well as The spirit of freedom, The spirit of sixty7,and also Terry Oneil.

  • Eire Og !

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    • Mag 22 2006, 0:29
    Woody Guthrie, Andy Irvine, Dick Gaughan, Pól Mac Adaim. Christy Moore, Planxty and Lunasa

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    • Giu 3 2006, 7:18

    Alternative Ulster

    Nothin' for us in Belfast
    The Pound's so old it's a pity
    OK, there's the trident in Bangor
    Then walk back to the city
    We ain't got nothin' but they don't really care
    They don't even know you know
    Just want our money
    And we can take it or leave it
    What we need

    An Alternative Ulster
    Grab it and change it it's yours
    Get an Alternative Ulster
    Ignore the bores and their laws
    Get an Alternative Ulster
    Be an anti-security force
    Alter your native Ulster
    Alter your native land

    Take a look where you're livin'
    You got the Army on your street
    And the RUC dog of repression
    Is barking at your feet
    Is this the kind of place you wanna live?
    Is this where you wanna be?
    Is this the only life we're gonna have?
    What we need is

    They say they're a part of you
    But that's not true you know
    They say they've got control of you
    And that's a lie you know
    They say you will never be
    Free free free

    Get an
    Alternative Ulster

    Unhöflichkeit ist verzeihlich, Dummheit nicht.
    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Giu 18 2006, 17:04
    I am a proud young Irishman.
    In Ulster's hills my life began;
    A happy boy through green fields ran;
    I kept God's and man's laws.
    But when my age was barely ten
    My country's wrongs were told again.
    By tens of thousands marching men
    And my heart stirred to the cause.

    So I'll wear no convict's uniform
    Nor meekly serve my time
    That Britain might brand lreland 's fight
    Eight hundred years of crime.

    I learned of centuries of strife,
    Of cruel laws, injustice rife;
    I saw now in my own young life
    The fruits of foreign sway:
    Protestors threatened, tortured, maimed,
    Divisions nurtured, passions flamed,
    Outrage provoked, right's cause defamed;
    That is the conqueror's way.

    Descended from proud Connacht clan,
    Concannon served cruel Britain' s plan;
    Man' s inhumanity to man
    Had spawned a trusty slave.
    No strangers are these bolts and locks,
    No new design these dark H-Blocks,
    Black Cromwell lives while Mason stalks;
    The bully taunts the brave.

    Does Britain need a thousand years
    Of protest, riot, death and tears,
    Or will this past decade of fears
    Of eighty decades spell
    An end to Ireland' s agony,
    New hope for human dignity;
    And will the last obscenity
    Be this grim H-Block cell?

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    • Giu 19 2006, 20:06
    Let us sing a Prisoners anthem,
    Let it echo through the cells.
    All along the halls and landings,
    Let our hearts and voices swell!

    Well let us sing of home and loved ones,
    And the things that keep us sane.
    Of the friends who will be waiting
    When we all walk free again.

    Let us sing a Prisoners anthem,
    Let it echo through the cells.
    All along the halls and landings,
    Let our hearts and voices swell!

    Well there's a part that can't be captured,
    In every woman and in every man.
    For the spirit cannot be shackled
    Although they chain our feet and hands.

    Let us sing a Prisoners anthem,
    Let it echo through the cells.
    All along the halls and landings,
    Let our hearts and voices swell!

    So come all ye screws and warders,
    Don't you think that it's a crime?
    Although you do your best to break us,
    We still stand as we do our time!

    Let us sing a Prisoners anthem,
    Let it echo through the cells.
    All along the halls and landings,
    Let our hearts and voices swell!

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    • Ago 6 2006, 13:30
    Hello Bhoys !

    My favourite Rebelband is http://www.timmalloys.com/ you can also download a whole Album on their Site.
    other Bands i like : Wolfe Tones,The Young Dubliners, The Fenians

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Ago 7 2006, 14:38
    Great Site, Wiolant, thanks a lot!

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    • Ago 7 2006, 18:53
    No Time For Love

    You call it the law, we call it apartheid, internment, conscription, partition and silence.
    It's the law that they make to keep you and me where they think we belong.
    They hide behind steel and bullet-proof glass, machine guns and spies,
    And tell us who suffer the tear gas and the torture that we're in the wrong.

    [chorus]:
    There's no time for love if they come in the morning,
    No time to show tears or for fears in the morning,
    No time for goodbye, no time to ask why,
    And the sound of the siren's the cry of the morning.

    They suffered the torture they rotted in cells, went crazy, wrote letters and died.
    The limits of pain they endured - the loneliness got them instead.
    And the courts gave them justice as justice is given by well-mannered thugs.
    Sometimes they fought for the will to survive but more times they just wished they were dead.

    They took away Sacco, Vanzetti, Connolly and Pearce in their time.
    They came for Newton and Seal, Bobby Sands and some of his friends.
    In Boston, Chicago, Saigon, Santiago, Warsaw and Belfast,
    And places that never make headlines, the list never ends.

    The boys in blue are only a few of the everyday cops on the beat,
    The C.I.D., Branchmen, informers and spies do their jobs just as well;
    Behind them the men who tap phones, take photos, program computers and files,
    And the man who tells them when to come and take you to your cell.

    All of you people who give to your sisters and brothers the will to fight on,
    They say you can get used to a war, that doesn't mean that the war isn't on.
    The fish need the sea to survive, just like your people need you.
    And the death squad can only get through to them if first they can get through to you

    • Wiolant ha detto...
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    • Ago 9 2006, 12:47
    I saw that aceway had uploaded a Picture of the Tim Malloys to Last.FM ,
    thank you for That aceway , In the last days i had written a Mail to the Webmaster from the Tim Malloys Website, because i wanted to ask if i have the permission of the Tim Malloys to upload the same Pres Picture that aceway hat uploaded.

    So i think all members of this Group should vote for the Picture , that it can became a official one

    http://www.last.fm/music/The+Tim+Malloys

    Thank you for that

    • aceway ha detto...
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    • Ago 10 2006, 19:27
    Well as it's a "Press Photo" there's no problem I think.

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