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The Rare Oul' Stuff


Download links and information about The Rare Oul' Stuff by Shane MacGowan And The Popes. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Alternative, Celtic genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:12:47 minutes.

Artist: Shane MacGowan And The Popes
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, World Music, Alternative, Celtic
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:12:47
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No. Title Length
1. You're the One (featuring Shane MacGowan) 3:55
2. The Song With No Name (featuring Shane MacGowan) 4:05
3. Nancy Whiskey (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:59
4. Roddy McCorley (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:20
5. Rock 'n' Roll Paddy (featuring Shane MacGowan) 3:30
6. Christmas Lullaby (Edit) 4:36
7. Danny Boy 2:31
8. Minstrel Boy 2:14
9. Rake At the Gates of Hell 2:50
10. Victoria (featuring Shane MacGowan) 4:47
11. Donegal Express (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:56
12. Céilídh Cowboy (featuring Shane MacGowan) 3:17
13. Paddy Rolling Stone (featuring Shane MacGowan) 4:36
14. Paddy Public Enemy No. 1 (featuring Shane MacGowan) 3:27
15. Back In the Country Hell (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:54
16. The Snake With Eyes of Garnet (featuring Shane MacGowan) 3:42
17. Cracklin' Rosie (featuring Shane MacGowan) 3:19
18. Aisling (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:58
19. Spanish Lady (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:25
20. Come To the Bower (featuring Shane MacGowan) 2:10
21. St. John of Gods (featuring Shane MacGowan) 7:16



The Rare Oul' Stuff by Shane MacGowan & the Popes is a bit of a misnomer in that not all of these tracks are rare, and all of them have been released in one form or another before. First off, healthy bits of both Snake and Crock of Gold make up over half the set. The rest of the cuts are either bonuses, such as "Donegal Express," which was the extra cut on the limited edition of Snake, and "Roddy MocCorley" and "Minstrel Boy" from the That Woman's Got Me Drinking EP. But there are a few choice things here as well, such as the cover of "Cracklin' Rosie", and, of course, "St. John of the Gods," but for the most part, hard core collectors will already have all this. For the newcomer, this is a fine and good spirited introduction.