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The Pogues | The Stiff Records B-Sides (1984-1987) (2023)


A collection of B-sides and non-album tracks by Celtic punk favorites The Pogues that originally were released on Stiff Records is being compiled for the first time as a 16-track, 2LP colored-vinyl release for Record Store Day.
Rhino Records release The Stiff Records B-Sides (1984-1987) on black and green marbled vinyl at participating independent record stores in the U.S. and U.K. The double-album collects B-sides from “Dark Streets Of London” and “The Boys From the County Hell,” off 1984’s Red Roses For Me; “Dirty Old Town,” “A Pair Of Brown Eyes” and “Sally MacLennane,” off 1985’s Rum, Sodomy & the Lash; and “Fairytale Of New York,” off 1988’s If I Should Fall From Grace with God. The set also includes all four tracks off the Poguetry In Motion EP, released in 1986, and the two songs recorded for “The Irish Rover” single with The Dubliners in 1987. Slicing Up Eyeballs

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