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Let the People Sing
Let the People Sing
Genres: Folk, World Music, Pop
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All Artists: WOLFE TONES
Title: Let the People Sing
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Shanachie
Release Date: 9/30/1991
Genres: Folk, World Music, Pop
Styles: British & Celtic Folk, Celtic, Europe, British Isles
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 016351523129

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Ignore the begruders
Mary F. Smith | 12/02/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a truly great album.
The cover is a picture smuggled from Long Kesh concentration camps in 1972.
Yes BOBDOG, a concentration camp.You mentioned "Omagh".I watched Tommy Byrne condemn this attrocity
from the stage, indeed they held a minutes silence.
If you are going to write on the net, get your facts right.Indeed, thats why the Tones appealed to so many in Ireland, with 3 number 1's and last year a double plat album.
Because they highlighted the true facts, and not the revisionist blinkered partisan opinion that you have clearly displayed.You say "Shame that these filth can't read..."Thats the sort of comment one equates with NAZI germany. I for one certainly can, what a shame your rant isn't worth reading.Check out the wolfe tones official site, and phone the venue'e, see whether they sell out or not.And by the way folks a similar attrocity to Omagh happened in Dublin in May 1974, when loyalists assisted by British SS slaughtered the innocent in Dublin.The families involved have formed a group called "justice for the forgotten" because our Government is afraid to push the Brits to admit their involvement.And which group gave their services free to assist publicising the issue, thats right, the Wolfe Tones...........Bet that keeps you awake at night BOBDOG !"
Mary F. Smith | Richmond, Virginia | 11/25/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Several of the songs on this album were very good - Men Behind the Wire, Longkesh, Gallyowen (you'll recognize the tune as Roddy McCorley but different words are sung to it). But "Come Out Ye Black and Tans" sent chills up my spine. It's one of the most powerful Irish Rebel songs I've ever heard. The Wolfe Tones sing with sincerity and conviction. A very enjoyable CD."
Tiocfaidh Ar La
D. Collins | Sarasota, FL | 12/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The pure essence of the Irish spirit, the Wolfe Tones have managed to capture what the Irish have gone through the past 800 years. I have all their CD's and cannot stop listening to them! Whether you are Irish or not, if you love good, wholesome music the Wolfe Tones are for you!"