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Singles & EPs: 1987-1989


The Irish Rover

  • The Irish Rover
    • 1987 - Stiff BUY IT 258 [12"]
    • 1987 - Stiff BUY 258 [7"]
    • 3 more releases
      • 1987 - Stiff BUYDJ 258 [7"] (promo)
      • 1987 - Upfront 6.20751 (Teldec 247 368-0) [12"] (Germany)
      • 1987 - Upfront 6.14829 [7"] (Germany)

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  • Side One
    1. The Irish Rover (Trad., arr. The Pogues & The Dubliners)
  • Side Two
    1. The Rare Ould Mountain Dew (Trad., arr. The Pogues & The Dubliners)
    2. The Dubliners Fancy (Trad., arr. Eamonn Campbell & John Sheehan)
  • Credits:
    • The Pogues & The Dubliners
    • Produced by Eamonn Campbell
    • Engineered by Harold Burgon, Paul Scully & Dave Jordan
    • Engineered by Tim Martin — ("The Dubliners Fancy")
    • Sleeve Illustration by John Hewitt
    • Back Photo by Tom Collins
  • Track Notes:
    • Tracks: 1 & 2 also appear on The Dubliners' double LP, 25-Years Celebration (1987)
    • "The Dubliners Fancy" only appears on the 12" releases …

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Fairytale Of New York

  • Fairytale Of New York
    • 1987 - Pogue Mahone NY 12 [12"]
    • 1987 - Pogue Mahone NY 7 [7"]
    • 12 more releases
      • 1987 - Stiff NYG 7 [7"] — Gatefold Sleeve
      • 1987 - Stiff CD NY 1 CD
      • 1987 - Pogue Mahone CNY 1 Cassette
      • 1987 - Stiff Festival K-463 [7"] (Australia)
      • 1987 - Off The Track OTT 36005 CD (France)
      • 1987 - Off The Track OTT 20005 (CNUF 29749 [7"] — Gatefold Sleeve (France)
      • 1987 - Warner Music I.R.S. DPRO-10788 — Kirsty MacColl w/The Pogues
      • 1988 - Upfront 6.15031 AC (MERI UP 1007) [7"] (Germany)
      • 1988 - Upfront 6.20856-01 (TELDEC Schallplatten GmbH 6.20856-01) [12"] (Germany)
      • 2005 - WEA 400 [7"]
      • 2005 - WEA 400CD CD
      • 2012 - Warner Bros. 5310555367 [7"] (25th Anniversary Edition)

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  • Side One
    1. Fairytale Of New York (Jem Finer & Shane McGowan)
  • Side Two
    1. The Battle March Medley (Terry Woods)
    2. Shanne Bradley (Shane McGowan)
  • Added Track (2005 & 20012)
    1. Fairytale Of New York (Instrumental)
  • Credits:
    • The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl
    • Produced by Steve Lillywhite
    • Engineered by Chris Dickie
    • Strings Arranged by Fiachra Trench & James Fearnley
  • Track, etc. Notes:
    • "Fairytale Of New York" is from If I Should Fall From Grace With God (1988)
    • "Shanne Bradley" only appears on the 12" & CD releases …
    • A "Fairytale Of New York" EP was also release in 1991, with different tracks.
    • The "Warner I.R.S." is a one track promo for Kirsty MacColl's forthcoming album Galore
    • 2005 Reissue:
      • The band royalties donated to charities for the homeless.
      • "Shanne Bradley" is not included on this reissue …
      • "The Battle March Medley" only appears on the 7" release
      • "Fairytale Of New York" (Instrumental) only appears on the CD release
    • 20012 Reissue:
      • Released as the 25th Anninverary Edition, includes tracks: 1 & 4 only.

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Thousands Are Sailing

  • Thousands Are Sailing
    • 1988 - Island PR2254 [12"] (USA/promo)

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  • Tracks
    1. Thousands Are Sailing (Philip Chevron)
    2. Thousands Are Sailing (Philip Chevron)
  • Credits
    • Producer: Steve Lillywhite

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If I Should Fall From Grace With God

  • If I Should Fall From Grace With God
    • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FG1 12 [12"]
    • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FG 1 [7"]
    • 8 more releases
      • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FG 1 [7"] — Red vinyl
      • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FG 1 [7"] — White vinyl
      • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FGG 112 [12"] — Limited Edition
      • 1988 - Upfront 6.20872 [12"] (Germany)
      • 1988 - Upfront 6.15053 AC (GRACE 1009) [7"] (Germany)
      • 1988 - CNR/Pogue Mahone 145.385 [7"] (Netherlands)
      • 1988(?) - Pogue Mahone CDFG1 CD
      • 1988(?) - Pogue Mahone CDFG1 CD (Switzerland)

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  • Side One
    1. If I Should Fall From Grace With God (Remix)
    2. Dirty Old Town (Ewan MacColl) (Live)
  • Side Two
    1. If I Should Fall From Grace With God (7" Remix)
    2. Sally Maclennane (Live)
    3. A Pair Of Brown Eyes (Live)
  • Credits:
    • All tracks written by Shane McGowan
    • Photography: Iain McKell
    • "If I Should Fall From Grace With God" (Remixes)
      • Produced by Steve Lillywhite
      • Recorded by Chris Dickie
    • Live tracks recorded at Barrowlands, Glasgow on December 19th 1987 by Steve Lillywhite with Chris Dickie on The Manor Mobile.

  • Track Notes:
    • Tracks: 1 & 5 only appear on the 12" & CD releases
    • Tracks: 2 only appears on FGG 112 12" — Limited Edition
    • Tracks: 3 is not included on FGG 112 12" — Limited Edition

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Fiesta

  • Fiesta
    • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FG2 12 [12"]
    • 1988 - Pogue Mahone FG2 [7"]
    • 5 more releases
      • 1988 - Festival X 14609 (Pogue Mahone FG2 12) [12"] (Australia)
      • 1988 - Upfront 6.15096 AC (OLÉ 1010) [7"] (Germany)
      • 1988 - CNR 152.284 [12"] (Netherlands)
      • 1988 - CNR 145.419 [7"] (Netherlands)
      • 1988 - DRO 1D-409 [7"] (Spain)

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  • Side One
    1. Fiesta (Shane MacGowan)
  • Side Two
    1. South Australia
    2. Sketches Of Spain (Jem Finer)
  • Credits:
    • Produced by Steve Lillywhite
    • Painting: Marcia Farquhar

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Fiesta — French release

  • Fiesta — French release
    • 1988 - Off The Track OTT 36016 [12"]
    • 1988 - Off The Track OTT 20016 [7"]
    • 1988 - Off The Track OTT 36016 CD

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  • Side One
    1. Fiesta (Shane MacGowan)
  • Side Two
    1. Sally Maclennane (Live)
    2. A Pair Of Brown Eyes (Live)
  • Credits:
    • Produced by Steve Lillywhite
    • Live tracks recorded at Barrowlands, Glasgow on December 19th 1987 by Steve Lillywhite with Chris Dickie on The Manor Mobile.

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Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

  • Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
    • 1988 - Pogue Mahone (WEA) YZ 355T [12"]
    • 1988 - Pogue Mahone YZ 355 [7"]
    • 8 more releases
      • 1988 - WEA YZ355CD (247204-2) CD (UK & Europe/alternate cover)
      • 1988 - Festival X 14703 (Pogue Mahone YZ355T) [12"] (Australia)
      • 1988 - WEA, Teldec 247 204-0 [12"] (Europe)
      • 1988 - WEA Musik GmbH 247 205-7 [7"] (Germany/alternate cover)
      • 1988 - Island IS-1222 [12"] (Canada)
      • 1988 - Island 0-96578 [12"] (USA)
      • 1988 - Island PR 2607 [12"] (Promo/USA)
      • 1988 - WEA International. Ltd. 1.047 [7"] (2 Track Promo/Spain)

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  • Side One
    1. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (Long Version) (Shane MacGowan)
    2. The Limerick Rake (Traditional)
  • Side Two
    1. Honky Tonk Women (Jagger/Richards)
    2. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (Shane MacGowan)
  • Credits:
    • Fiddle on "The Limerick Rake": John Sheahan
    • Backing Vocals: Cheyne Stacy, Frankie Miller
    • Producer: Steve Lillywhite
    • Brass & Strings arranged by Fiachra Trench
    • Engineer: Chris Dickie
    • Design: Ryan Art
    • Photography: Pyke
  • Track Notes:
    • Tracks: 3 & 4 only appear on the 12" & CD releases …
    • "Honky Tonk Women" is omitted from the (1988) North American releases …
    • The track list on the same-titled 1990 CD EP is different.
    • Both tracks on Spanish Promo (WEA International Ltd. 1.047) are "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah"

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Misty Morning, Albert Bridge

  • Misty Morning, Albert Bridge
    • 1989 - Pogue Mahone/WEA YZ 407T (246 808-0) [12"] — Orange Cover
    • 1989 - Pogue Mahone/WEA YZ 407TW (246 808-0) [12"] — Yellow Cover - w/Bonus Photo
    • 1989 - Pogue Mahone/WEA YZ 407 (246 809-7) [7"] — Pink Cover
    • 1989 - Pogue Mahone/WEA YZ 407 X (246 809-7) [7"] — Green Cover - Gatefold
    • 7 more releases
      • 1989 - WEA YZ 407 CD (246 804-2) CD — Blue Cover - Gatefold
      • 1989 - Island 97108 [7"] — Orange Cover (Canada)
      • 1989 - Pogue Mahone/WEA YZ 407C (246 809-4) Cassette — Pink Cover
      • 1989 - WEA YZ 407 CD (TELDEC 246 804-2 XS)CD — Blue Cover (Europe)
      • 1989 - WEA YZ 407 (WEA Musik GmbH 246 809-7) [7"] — Pink Cover (Germany)
      • 1989 - Pogue Mahone 7NY 2 (246 809-7) [7"] — Orange Cover (Scandinavia)
      • 1989 - Pogue Mahone SAM 553 [12"] — Green Vinyl (Spain)
        • "Misty Morning, Albert Bridge" (Both Sides)
      • 1989 - Pogue Mahone/WEA S.A. 1.111 [7"] — Different Cover (Spain)
        • "Misty Morning, Albert Bridge" (Both Sides)

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  • Track List:
    1. Misty Morning, Albert Bridge (J. Finer)
    2. Cotton Fields (Shane McGowan)
    3. Young Ned Of The Hill (Dub Version) (Terry Woods/Ron Kavana)
    4. Train Of Love (J. Finer)
  • Credits:
    • Produced by Steve Lillywhite
    • Engineered by Chris Dickie
    • Dub Remix: David Jordan — "Young Ned Of The Hill (Dub Version)"
    • Strings & Brass arranged by Fiachra Trench
    • Photography by Tim Wainwright
    • Design: Ryan Art
  • Track Notes:
    • Tracks 1 & 2 are from Peace and Love: 1989 - Pogue Mahone NYR2 LP
    • "Young Ned Of The Hill (Dub Version)" only appears on the 12" & CD releases …
    • "Train Of Love" only appears on the CD release …
  • Additional Notes:
    • I only own a 7" Green Cover gatefold release …
      • The rest of this information comes from various outside sources.
      • These colors are up to interpretation, based on the scans available.

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White City

  • White City
    • 1989 - WEA YZ 409T [12"]
    • 1989 - WEA YZ 409 [7"]
    • 3 more releases
      • 1989 - WEA YZ 409TX [12"] — Limited Edition
      • 1989 - WEA YZ 409/246 708-7 [7"] (Germany)
      • 1989 - WEA International. 1.157 [7"] (Promo/Spain) — "White City" (Both Sides)

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  • Track List:
    1. White City (S. MacGowan)
    2. Everyman Is A King (Terry Woods/Ron Kavana)
    3. Maggie May (Recorded Live)
    4. The Star Of The County Down
  • Credits:
    • Producer: Steve Lillywhite
    • Engineer: Chris Dickie
    • Live tracks: Recorded at Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow, Scotland 19th December 1987.
  • Notes:
    • Limited edition includes a 12"x12" sheet of stickers.
    • "White City" is from Peace and Love: 1989 - Pogue Mahone NYR2 LP
    • Maggie May" only appears on the Limited edition 12" release.
    • The Star Of The County Down" only appears on the standard and Limited edition 12" releases.
    • According to Philip Chevron — the credits for "The Star Of The County Down" are as follows:
      • Andrew Ranken: Lead Vocals
      • Shane MacGowan: Backing Vocals
      • Jem Finer: Guitar
      • James Fearnley: Accordion
      • Spider Stacy: Whistle
      • Terry Woods: Cittern
      • Philip Chevron: Bass
      • Darryl Hunt: Drums
      • Recorded at The Hit Factory, New York City

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