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The Pogues: Red Roses For Me



  • Red Roses For Me
    • 1984 - Stiff SEEZ 55 LP
    • 1986 - Enigma 4XT-73225 Cassette (w/3 Bonus Tracks)
    • 1992 - Pogue Mahone Records/WEA 2292-44494-2 CD
    • 2004 - WSM 5046-75958-2 CD (Re-mastered – w/6 Bonus Tracks)
  • Side One
    1. Transmetropolitan (Shane McGowan)
    2. The Battle Of Brisbane (Shane McGowan)
    3. The Auld Triangle (Brendan Behan)
    4. Waxie's Dargle
    5. Boys From The County Hell (Shane McGowan)
    6. Sea Shanty (Shane McGowan)
    7. Dark Streets Of London (Shane McGowan)
  • Side Two
    1. Streams Of Whiskey (Shane McGowan)
    2. Poor Paddy
    3. Dingle Regatta
    4. Greenland Whale
    5. Down In The Ground Where The Dead Men Go (Shane McGowan)
    6. Kitty
  • Bonus CD Tracks:
    1. The Leaving Of Liverpool
    2. Muirshin Durkin
    3. Repeal Of The Licensing Laws (Spider Stacy)
    4. And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda (Eric Bogle)
    5. Whiskey You're The Devil
    6. The Wild Rover

  • The Pogues
    • Shane MacGowan: Vocals & Guitar
    • "Country" Jem Finer: Banjo
    • Spider Stacy: Tin Whistle
    • "Maestro" James Fearnley: Accordion
    • Cait "Rocky" O'Riordan: Bass Guitar
    • Andrew "The Clobberer" Ranken: Drums
  • Original Credits
    • Producer: Stan Brennan
    • Engineer: Craig Thomson & Nick Robbins
    • Recorded and Engineered at Elephant Studio
    • Photography by Steve Tynan
  • 2004 Reissue Credits
    • Produced by Phillip Chevron (Tracks: 15 & 18)
      • Engineered by Nick Robbins
    • Produced by Elvis Costello (Tracks: 14 & 19)
    • CD Package Design: Phil Smee
    • Liner Notes: Gavin Martin, Jim Jarmusch
    • Management [Reissue Project Team]: Carlos Anaia, Erik James, Rick Conrad
    • Photography: Barry Marsden, Nick Gilks, Robin Barton, Tom Sheehan
    • Remaster: Nick Robbins
  • Notes
    • To my knowledge, bonus tracks: 14-16 were first included on the 1986 Enigma (4XT-73225) cassette release.
    • Many sources (als0) date 1986 as the release of the Enigma (D2-73225) CD, but I believe that is incorrect.