2011 sophomore album from the Celtic Punk band. Following on from their self titled debut album, which topped many of the best of 2010 lists in the genre, they take it one step further with a work that sums up what it's like to live in this chaotic and unpredictable world of ours. Sir Reg is for lovers of Flogging Molly, the Pogues, Men They Couldn't Hang, Dropkick Murphy's and others in Folk/Celtic/Rock/Punk style. The songs deal with issues of hardship, emigration, pain and the desperation that many of our people are faced with, as well as the hopes and dreams that we share and the belief in a better future.
2011 sophomore album from the Celtic Punk band. Following on from their self titled debut album, which topped many of the best of 2010 lists in the genre, they take it one step further with a work that sums up what it's like to live in this chaotic and unpredictable world of ours. Sir Reg is for lovers of Flogging Molly, the Pogues, Men They Couldn't Hang, Dropkick Murphy's and others in Folk/Celtic/Rock/Punk style. The songs deal with issues of hardship, emigration, pain and the desperation that many of our people are faced with, as well as the hopes and dreams that we share and the belief in a better future.
7350010770572

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Format: CD
Label: HPT
Catalog: 1888252
Rel. Date: 10/21/2011
UPC: 7350010770572

Sign of the Times
Artist: Sir Reg
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $11.98
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DISC: 1

1. A Sign Of The Times
2. Dying To Rebel
3. How The Hell Can You Sleep?
4. This Country's For Sale
5. Far Away
6. Bolloxology
7. I'll Leave For New York
8. Living On The Moon
9. Ah Just Leave Me Alone
10. Frustration
11. Dublin City

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2011 sophomore album from the Celtic Punk band. Following on from their self titled debut album, which topped many of the best of 2010 lists in the genre, they take it one step further with a work that sums up what it's like to live in this chaotic and unpredictable world of ours. Sir Reg is for lovers of Flogging Molly, the Pogues, Men They Couldn't Hang, Dropkick Murphy's and others in Folk/Celtic/Rock/Punk style. The songs deal with issues of hardship, emigration, pain and the desperation that many of our people are faced with, as well as the hopes and dreams that we share and the belief in a better future.