Shane MacGowan And The Popes - Haunted album flac
|1||Haunted (Album Version)||4:12|
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Record Company – Time Warner
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ZTT Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing
- Published By – MacGowan Music
- Published By – Perfect Songs
- Published By – SPZ Music Inc.
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Featuring [Uncredited] – Sinéad O'Connor
- Producer – Dave Jordan, Shane MacGowan, Trevor Horn
- Written-By – Shane MacGowan
NotesPromotion Only. Not For Sale.
From the ZTT/Warner Bros. Album The Snake (4/2-45821)
MacGowan Music/Perfect Songs/SPZ Music Inc.
Warner Bros. Records Inc., a Time Warner Company.
℗ 1995 ZTT Records Ltd.
Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing.
Made in USA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 1 PRO CD 7703R-2 SRC**01
|ZANG65CD, 0630-10167-2||Shane MacGowan And Sinéad O'Connor||Shane MacGowan And Sinéad O'Connor - Haunted (CD, Maxi)||ZTT, ZTT||ZANG65CD, 0630-10167-2||Europe||1995|
|0630-11332-9||Shane MacGowan And Sinead O'Connor*||Shane MacGowan And Sinead O'Connor* - Haunted (CD, Single)||ZTT||0630-11332-9||Europe||1995|
|SAM 1546||Shane MacGowan And Sinead O'Connor*||Shane MacGowan And Sinead O'Connor* - Haunted (CD, Single, Promo)||ZTT||SAM 1546||UK||1995|
|ZANG65C 0630 10168 4||Shane MacGowan And Sinéad O'Connor||Shane MacGowan And Sinéad O'Connor - Haunted (Cass, Single)||ZTT||ZANG65C 0630 10168 4||UK||1995|
Moon 2:28 11 The Snake With Eyes of Garnet 3:42 12 Haunted 4:12 13 I'll Be Your Handbag 3:02 14 Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway 4:00 15 Bring Down the Lamp 3:12 16 Donegal .
The Snake is the first solo album by Shane MacGowan with backing band The Popes. Released in 1994 by ZTT Records. Guests on the album include Johnny Depp, members of The Dubliners, Thin Lizzy and The Pogues.
Shane MacGowan, who made a name for himself as the bandleader of the Pogues until they got fed up with his asinine, self-destructive behavior and kicked him out of the group, returned with a new band (the Popes, get it?) and a bracing set of new songs that draw heavily on traditional Irish folk music while pinning your ears back with a. raucous, full-frontal rock sound. The farthest MacGowan gets from his roots is on the schlocky "Haunted," a maudlin duet he performs with Sinéad O'Connor. Here's hoping he keeps it up.
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Haunted by Shane Macgowan & the Popes. THE SNAKE is Shane MacGowan's 1st solo album. Post Pogues MacGowan was older, perhaps mellowed, and in charge of the recording studio. The eight years spent touring with the Pogues had taken some toll on MacGowan's voice, but the wear and tear accents the spirit of the songs. Co-producer Dave Jordan, a long time Pogues technician and friend, knew first hand what the early Pogues, Irish dance music, and Shane MacGowan were all about. Not only does it sound the way MacGowan wanted it to sound, it sounds very good. Significantly, Irish rebel songs are back. The juxtaposition of O'Conner's and MacGowan's voices is mesmerizing.
The Popes played their final show with MacGowan 17 March 2005, and had disintegrated by the time of McManamon's death in December 2006. 2006–present: The Popes reformed. During 2012 and 2013, this lineup of The Popes toured extensively in Europe and Australia. A new album with new material written by Paul McGuinness and the new line-up, and previous material telling the story of The Popes, was planned for 2014, although the band has been on an extended hiatus due to a brain injury suffered by McGuinness in November, 2013 (see "Other information" below). A memorial for McManamon in March 2007 saw Bob Dowling, Andy Ireland, and Brian Kelly reunite as The Popes, joined by Miriam Kavana and Denis Dowling.
The Popes are a band originally formed by Shane MacGowan (of the Pogues) and Paul "Mad Dog" McGuinness, who play a blend of rock, Irish folk and Americana. Shane MacGowan and The Popes released two studio and one live album in the 1990s, performing live together until 2005. During this era, The Popes also recorded and gigged on their own until 2006. At the end of 2006, guitarist Paul "Mad Dog" McGuinness reformed the band with a new line up and leads it to this day.
Shane MacGowan, who made a name for himself as the bandleader of the Pogues until they got fed up with his asinine, self-destructive behavior and kicked him out of the group, is back with a new band (the Popes, get it?) and a bracing set of new songs that draw heavily on traditional Irish folk music while pinning your ears back with. a raucous, full-frontal rock sound. The album opens with a bang: "Church of the Holy Spook" is either an oblique expression of twisted religious faith or an all-out assault on the Roman church; it's impossible to tell which. ~ Rick Anderson.