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Discussion in 'Ireland' started by Father Ted, Jul 28, 2005.
Who's that, Goikoetxea?
Irish fans singing You'll Never Walk Alone.
can someone please upload put em under pressure again i tried clicking on the current links but theyve expired. (p.s if anyone has the goats dont shave version of las vegas in the hills of donegal id appreciate that aswell) cheers!
Either should work
sound thanks for the link theworm2345
the link to give it a lash jack is dead could someone please upload this! thanks in advance
Hi for all.
I found a site on the Internet for anyone who want to buy a percentage of professional football players.
We will come the possibility of any of us can buy a percentage of a player, like Henry, Ronaldo, etc?
It seems to be a very innovative concept, and I think it is useful to provide a look there.
The site is http://www.realplayermanager.com
can u re upload these m8,please the links dont work
My track listing:
Enjoy...if you have any other songs please send them my way
cheers m8,great stuff,thanks for doing this,appricate it m8
Its my pleasure, just a small way to give back to the forum
I've redone the video
RIP Jack Charlton
From July 2020:
"The country has been asked to wear green and play 'Put 'Em Under Pressure' at the same time on Tuesday"https://lovin.ie/news/the-country-h...em-under-pressure-at-the-same-time-on-tuesday
"It would also be a really fitting gesture if all our radio stations here in Ireland could come together and play ‘Put ‘Em Under Pressure’ in unison at that time as their own tribute to the great man."
Despite hearing a lot about Italia 90, I'd actually never heard of this song before. It's got everything! It's a musical whirlwind!
(Sorry for old thread bump! Mods, feel free to move post if problem)
1. ♫ Intro: ♫ OMG - will it be a type of Enya thing? No, but it gets the attention of Enya's millions of fans, very shrewd!
2. Traditional tunes but on a rock guitar, two birds with one stone
3. Jack talks the verses, kind of like a rap thing for the Hip Hop heads (and maybe the only truly new content in the track!)
4. "Olé, olé" with one eye on the international pop charts
5. Borrowing from "Ally's Tartan Army" of Scotland 1978, the record label presumably incurred some massive royalty fees, but worth it as a reminder that FOOTBALL IS DISAPPOINTMENT
6. And uilleann pipes to bring it home, very nice.
So, all in all, not the most original football song, but on a genre-based musicological level it might be the Greatest Track Of All Time