8 thoughts on “ God Save Ireland - The Wolfe Tones - Rifles Of The I.R.A. (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wolfe Tones* - Rifles Of The IRA at Discogs. Complete your Wolfe Tones* collection/5(32).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rifles Of The IRA on Discogs. Label: Dolphin Records (6) - DOL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Ireland • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk/5(12).
  3. rows · The Wolfe Tones is an Irish rebel music band that incorporates elements of Irish .
  4. Although Wolfe Tones claim to have no specific political loyalties, their career is filled with songs of praise for the Irish Republicans -- admittedly, it could just be that the Ulster Unionists haven't written any decent songs -- and 's Rifles of the I.R.A. is their most political album ever. Almost all of the Wolfe Tones' other albums added a few non-political songs to the mix, but all.
  5. Despite the provocative title and album cover, Rifles actually boasts fewer overtly rebel songs than many Wolfe Tones records before or since. The album's name probably reflects the Battle of the Bogside, the emergence of the Provisional IRA and the subsequent surge of nationalism in Ireland at the time, rather than the content (asked about it years later, Darek Warfield insisted .
  6. The discography of The Wolfe Tones, an Irish folk and rebel group from the suburbs of Dublin, consists of sixteen studio albums, three extended plays, three live albums and ten compilation ardrescioupeugedoc.tradsisnisimpkittrenmonthorbafftadcase.co Wolfe Tones released their first album with Fontana Records in and released their most recent studio album with Shanachie Records in In the interim, the band has .
  7. The Tones "Rifles of the IRA" raises the hair on the back of my neck. All Lads and lasses who believe in a one free Ireland have this and "Songs of the revolution" by the Clancy Brothers in their revolutionary record (CD) collection. If I didn't have to share my wealth with the Brotherhood, I'd replace all my albums with Wolfe Tone CD's!/5(31).
  8. The Wolfe Tones is an Irish rebel music band that incorporate Irish traditional music in their songs. Formed in , they take their name from Theobald Wolfe Tone, one of the leaders of the Irish Rebellion of , with the double entendre of a wolf tone – a spurious sound that can affect instruments of the violin family.

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