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|1. St. Monday|
|2. Jane Allen|
|3. Distant Shore|
|4. England, Half English|
|6. Some Days I See The Point|
|7. Baby Farouk|
|8. Take Down The Union Jack|
|9. Another Kind Of Judy|
|10. He'll Go Down|
|12. Tears Of My Tracks|
Sorry this is a negative review but this is the only one of his many records that I haven't enjoyed.
Other songs like "Baby Farouk", "Distant Shore", and "Tears of My Tracks", bring you to remember some of his older albums quite fondly.
It's not his previous work, but then, don't expect Billy Bragg to stand still - he evolves; hopefully, his audience does too.
Billy Bragg DOES want to change the world and he IS looking for a new England (though some people still prefer it when he sings about looking for another girl). Read morePublished on February 16, 2010 by Richard Hine
but a fantastic release from Billy Bragg. If you're particularly a fan of the political lyrics, this album is a must, as the criticism is all over these songs, especially "NPWA,"... Read morePublished on July 28, 2007 by Elizabeth L. Hyzy
There's not many in Billy's league. Great effort.
But ... who IS the twit who posted the comments about Billy being racist? Put 'em up mate!
This is the first Billy Bragg CD I have purchased. I loved nearly every song and would therefore highly recommend it.Published on June 13, 2002
Unfortunately this is his poorest record to date. If you're already a fan, then I guess there are 1 or 2 half decent tracks. Read morePublished on May 16, 2002 by Simon Carne
One reviewer deemed this music racist, presumably because of the song "English, Half English." This is a misreading of the intent of the artist. Read morePublished on March 31, 2002 by Ed Luhrs
To the genius from Portland who seems to think Billy is a racist: you might also enjoy reading the work of cannibal author Jonathon Swift.Published on March 25, 2002
This album was a major disapointment. I am a long time fan and will admit that I had to work at the last album, but I have to say that he finally may have come to the end of his... Read morePublished on March 22, 2002 by Christopher Lord