8 thoughts on “ The Cutty Wren - Chumbawamba - English Rebel Songs 1381-1984 (CD, Album) ”

  1. Chumbawamba The band's anarchist politics exhibit an irreverent attitude toward authority, and the band has been forthright in its stances on issues including animal rights, pacifism (early in their career) and later regarding class struggle, feminism, gay liberation, pop culture and anti-fascism.
  2. Jul 26,  · English Rebel Songs Licensed to YouTube by Entertainment One U.S., LP (on behalf of Trade Root Music Group Llc); EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, and 1 Music Rights.
  3. English Rebel Songs – is the third studio album by English band Chumbawamba. It was originally released in with a slightly different track list under the title English Rebel Songs –, then re-recorded in Composed mostly of traditional English protest songs, the recording was a stark contrast to the group's previous 5/5(2).
  4. English Rebel Songs is Chumbawamba’s homage to the men and women who never had obituaries in the broadsheets; those who never received titles or appeared in as an entry in “Who’s Who." This is an album that conjures up the tragedies and triumphs of the people who shaped England: its citizens. This album was originally recorded in when Chumbawamba was determined to stir up.
  5. The Cutty Wren 2. The Diggers' Song 3. Colliers March 4. The Triumph Of General Ludd 5. Chartist Anthem English Rebel Songs - Chumbawamba. Tracklisting: 1. The Cutty Wren 2. The Diggers' Song 3. Colliers March CD-Titel eingeben ( CDs im Archiv).
  6. Chumbawamba - Alle Songs Chumbawamba - Discographie anzeigen. Songtitel Album Jahr The Cutty Wren: English Rebel Songs ; The Diggers' Song: English Rebel Songs: ; The Diggers' Song: English Rebel Songs CD-Titel eingeben ( CDs im Archiv).
  7. Artist: Chumbawamba. Title: English Rebel Songs Colliers March. Idris Strike Song. Format: CD. Smashing of the Van. Bad Squire. Chartist Anthem.
  8. When Chumbawamba recorded the first version of English Rebel Songs in , it was a very unusual step for a band of anarcho-punks. After all, a bunch of unaccompanied traditional folk songs was in direct contrast to the loud noise of electric music. But the album spoke very eloquently, showing the band was committed to learning -- and disseminating teaching -- from history.8/

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