» » Hooligan - No Blacks No Irish No Dogs

Hooligan - No Blacks No Irish No Dogs mp3 album

  • Performer: Hooligan
  • Title: No Blacks No Irish No Dogs
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: WMA AC3 MP4 AA AU FLAC ADX
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: Punk, Oi
  • MP3 album: 1749 mb
  • FLAC album: 1839 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 488
Hooligan  - No Blacks No Irish No Dogs mp3 album

Concern about the government’s immigration proposals has facilitated an old myth being regurgitated, namely that signs were commonplace in the postwar years saying No Irish, no blacks, no dogs (Green light for tenant immigration checks, 21 October). Notices aimed at Commonwealth immigrants ( no coloureds, no West Indians ) certainly did exist, evidence for which exists in the BBC film archive

1. No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs. Listen to No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs now. Listen to No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Complete your Hooligan collection. That is the first thing I take a way from this 7". These boys play with a ton of passion and really compelling talent.

Irish road gangs were young working class men away from home with cash in their pockets, no family connections in the locality and nothing to do. The stories are still fairly common Going round doing a bit of google-fu. I began by asking Lord Taylor why he has called his autobiography, No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs, and he replied, The title comes from the early experiences of my Jamaican-born mother who was homeless and penniless in 1952 in London. She was looking for somewhere to live and in all the windows it were signs which said, ‘No Blacks, No Irish, No dogs. Lord Taylor explained that his mother had come to Britain to marry a famous West Indian cricketer called Derief Taylor who had joined Warwickshire County Cricket Club in Birmingham, but sadly things didn’t work out.

No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs is about as witty and acerbic as you might expect and provides some insights about the formation of British punk scene from the perspective of one of its leaders- although Lydon denies both that there was a punk movement and that the Pistols led it. The sneering does comes off as a bit contrived at times and the narrative is rather disjointed, but it's also very personal and features some astonishingly honest moments; you really needn't be a punk fan to enjoy it- though it certainly helps.

Free download and listen No Blacks, No Dogs, No Irish. Tracks count: 1. Views: 0. Skinny Pelembe - No Blacks, No Dogs, No Irish 04:44. Seven Year Curse - EP - Skinny Pelembe.

PagesMediaBooks and magazinesBookRotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.

Tracklist

A1 No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs
A2 Calling Joe Strummer
B1 Cops And Robbers
B2 Bandit Country

Notes

Limited to 500 copies in green, white & orange vinyl.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OTB#18 Hooligan No Blacks No Irish No Dogs ‎(7", Ltd, Ora) Oi! The Boat Records OTB#18 US 2012
OTB#18 Hooligan No Blacks No Irish No Dogs ‎(7", Ltd, Whi) Oi! The Boat Records OTB#18 US 2012

Reviews about Hooligan - No Blacks No Irish No Dogs (1):
Frlas
Passion. That is the first thing I take a way from this 7". These boys play with a ton of passion and really compelling talent. Their sound is ripped right out 1977 and the early 80's. Bands like The Jam, SFL, The Clash, soul records, Elvis Costello, and the Ruts would be proud. The songs are infectious, they are soaked in tight guitar riffs, horns, dub style bass lines, soul music and swagger. (The swagger of speaking your mind and believing that punk has and still can change the world.) The first track on the single is No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs. Tight punchy guitars start off this track then soulful horns come in, adding a distinct soulfulness to the song. The singer delivers the goods on this one. He brings me right to London 1954 and its racial policies at the time. My own country's treatment of immigrants (Yes, even the Irish) and minorities has been horrible. I see it is something else we got from are forefathers, the English. " We need you more then ever / Cause London's still burning / and me I am still on the dole" This is a lyric from Calling Joe Strummer. In so many ways, music was damaged when Joe died and on a personal level, so many of us had a hole in our soul that no one seemed able to fill after Joe Strummer passed. Fucking love this track. It shows we all need inspiration and, in a way, someone to believe in. I believed in Joe Strummer and with albums like this I am starting to believe in Hooligan. Cops And Robbers is a straight up barn burner of blistering guitars and passionate lyrics delivered with a shot of passion and seasoned with anger and soul. The song is a sad description of criminality and how when you make choices like that you are just becoming part of the cycle. Hooligan finishes this power-packed EP off with their most powerful song Bandit Country, with its dark intro and menacing guitar riffs. They paint a picture of living in fear and utter despair in the worst region in Northern Ireland during the troubles. What is so amazing about this track is with all the anger in the lyrics, the song is still catchy. The music resonates and mixes in cadence like drumming and guitar work at the end of the track to give it a haunting feel. Really nice work.For anyone who likes punk rock with soul and passion please do your self a favor and pick this hammer up. I feel Joe Strummer would be proud of this record. I know I love listening to it.

Related to Hooligan - No Blacks No Irish No Dogs albums: