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05 Jan 2012, 4:53 pm

artrat wrote:
The pogues were a London band with a very Irish singer. The band's song are very Irish and many deal with political events in Irish history.
The Scottish are also considered Celtic and they are located on the same side of the Atlantic as the English.

Hehe. If the Pogues had been from Glasgow or Dublin then I'd think them slightly more celtic. If they'd been from LA or Chicago, I'd think them quite a bit less. :wink:

*clears throat* I shall now sing "Star of the County Down" to the tune of "The Unquiet Grave", to illustrate the true nature of folk music. :lol:


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05 Jan 2012, 6:16 pm

kc8ufv wrote:
I'm more into Celtic Rock, such as Enter the Haggis and Gaelic Storm


Chances are I would enjoy that as well, but I probably wont get to listening to all the suggestions till later because at the moment I'm just listening to my last.fm playlist.



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08 Jan 2012, 3:36 am

I'm pretty sure this is more Celtic rock than Celtic punk, but I'm posting it anyway...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP-h9E89ayg[/youtube]


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