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The Stiff Records B-Sides 1984-1987 is a collection of The Pogues non-album Bsides from the bandís tenure on the famed Stiff Records label. This collection will be pressed on vinyl for the first time exclusively for RSD 2023.

Side A (11:46)
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda (4:51) GBAHT0400324
(Eric Bogle)
B-Side of Dark Streets Of London (Stiff Records BUY 207, Originally Pogue Mahone PM-1)
Produced by Stan Brennan
Repeal Of The Licensing Laws (2:10) GBAHT0400323
(Spider Stacy)
B-Side of The Boys From The County Hell (Stiff Records BUY 212)
Produced by Stan Brennan
The Parting Glass (2:15) GBAHT0400222
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
A Pistol For Paddy Garcia (2:30) GBAHT0300117
(Jem Finer)
B-Sides of Dirty Old Town (Stiff Records BUY 229)
Produced by Philip Chevron

Side B (10:17)
Whiskey Youíre The Devil (2:09) GBAHT0400325
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
Muirshin Durkin (1:49) GBAHT0400322
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
B-Sides of A Pair Of Brown Eyes (Stiff Records BUYIT 220)
Produced by Philip Chevron
The Wild Rover (2:37) GBAHT0400326
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
The Leaving Of Liverpool (3:42) GBAHT0400321
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
B-Sides of Sally Maclennane (Stiff Records BUYIT 224)
Produced by Elvis Costello

Side C (15:41)
London Girl (3:04) GBAHT0105488
(Shane MacGowan)
A Rainy Night In Soho (4:43) GBAHT0105487
(Shane MacGowan)
The Body Of An American (4:43) GBAHT0105480
(Shane MacGowan)
Planxty Noel Hill (3:11) GBAHT0400221
(Jem Finer)
Poguetry In Motion EP (Stiff Records BUY 243)
Produced by Elvis Costello

Side D (14:14)
The Irish Rover (feat. The Dubliners) (4:07) GBAHT0400305
Mountain Dew (The Rare Ould Mountain Dew) (feat. The Dubliners) (2:16) GBAHT0400301
(Trad, Arr. The Dubliners, The Pogues)
The Pogues & The Dubliners Ė The Irish Rover (Stiff Records BUY 258)
Produced by Eamonn Campbell
The Battle March Medley (4:11) GBAHT0400300
(Terry Woods)
Shanne Bradley (3:40) GBAHT0400302
(Shane MacGowan)
B-Sides of Fairytale Of New York (Pogue Mahone Records/Stiff Records NY 12)
Produced by Steve Lillywhite

The Stiff Records B-Sides 1984-1987 is a collection of The Pogues non-album Bsides from the bandís tenure on the famed Stiff Records label. This collection will be pressed on vinyl for the first time exclusively for RSD 2023.

Side A (11:46)
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda (4:51) GBAHT0400324
(Eric Bogle)
B-Side of Dark Streets Of London (Stiff Records BUY 207, Originally Pogue Mahone PM-1)
Produced by Stan Brennan
Repeal Of The Licensing Laws (2:10) GBAHT0400323
(Spider Stacy)
B-Side of The Boys From The County Hell (Stiff Records BUY 212)
Produced by Stan Brennan
The Parting Glass (2:15) GBAHT0400222
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
A Pistol For Paddy Garcia (2:30) GBAHT0300117
(Jem Finer)
B-Sides of Dirty Old Town (Stiff Records BUY 229)
Produced by Philip Chevron

Side B (10:17)
Whiskey Youíre The Devil (2:09) GBAHT0400325
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
Muirshin Durkin (1:49) GBAHT0400322
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
B-Sides of A Pair Of Brown Eyes (Stiff Records BUYIT 220)
Produced by Philip Chevron
The Wild Rover (2:37) GBAHT0400326
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
The Leaving Of Liverpool (3:42) GBAHT0400321
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
B-Sides of Sally Maclennane (Stiff Records BUYIT 224)
Produced by Elvis Costello

Side C (15:41)
London Girl (3:04) GBAHT0105488
(Shane MacGowan)
A Rainy Night In Soho (4:43) GBAHT0105487
(Shane MacGowan)
The Body Of An American (4:43) GBAHT0105480
(Shane MacGowan)
Planxty Noel Hill (3:11) GBAHT0400221
(Jem Finer)
Poguetry In Motion EP (Stiff Records BUY 243)
Produced by Elvis Costello

Side D (14:14)
The Irish Rover (feat. The Dubliners) (4:07) GBAHT0400305
Mountain Dew (The Rare Ould Mountain Dew) (feat. The Dubliners) (2:16) GBAHT0400301
(Trad, Arr. The Dubliners, The Pogues)
The Pogues & The Dubliners Ė The Irish Rover (Stiff Records BUY 258)
Produced by Eamonn Campbell
The Battle March Medley (4:11) GBAHT0400300
(Terry Woods)
Shanne Bradley (3:40) GBAHT0400302
(Shane MacGowan)
B-Sides of Fairytale Of New York (Pogue Mahone Records/Stiff Records NY 12)
Produced by Steve Lillywhite

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The Stiff Records B-Sides 1984-1987 is a collection of The Pogues non-album Bsides from the bandís tenure on the famed Stiff Records label. This collection will be pressed on vinyl for the first time exclusively for RSD 2023.

Side A (11:46)
The Band Played Waltzing Matilda (4:51) GBAHT0400324
(Eric Bogle)
B-Side of Dark Streets Of London (Stiff Records BUY 207, Originally Pogue Mahone PM-1)
Produced by Stan Brennan
Repeal Of The Licensing Laws (2:10) GBAHT0400323
(Spider Stacy)
B-Side of The Boys From The County Hell (Stiff Records BUY 212)
Produced by Stan Brennan
The Parting Glass (2:15) GBAHT0400222
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
A Pistol For Paddy Garcia (2:30) GBAHT0300117
(Jem Finer)
B-Sides of Dirty Old Town (Stiff Records BUY 229)
Produced by Philip Chevron

Side B (10:17)
Whiskey Youíre The Devil (2:09) GBAHT0400325
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
Muirshin Durkin (1:49) GBAHT0400322
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
B-Sides of A Pair Of Brown Eyes (Stiff Records BUYIT 220)
Produced by Philip Chevron
The Wild Rover (2:37) GBAHT0400326
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
The Leaving Of Liverpool (3:42) GBAHT0400321
(Trad, Arr. Pogues)
B-Sides of Sally Maclennane (Stiff Records BUYIT 224)
Produced by Elvis Costello

Side C (15:41)
London Girl (3:04) GBAHT0105488
(Shane MacGowan)
A Rainy Night In Soho (4:43) GBAHT0105487
(Shane MacGowan)
The Body Of An American (4:43) GBAHT0105480
(Shane MacGowan)
Planxty Noel Hill (3:11) GBAHT0400221
(Jem Finer)
Poguetry In Motion EP (Stiff Records BUY 243)
Produced by Elvis Costello

Side D (14:14)
The Irish Rover (feat. The Dubliners) (4:07) GBAHT0400305
Mountain Dew (The Rare Ould Mountain Dew) (feat. The Dubliners) (2:16) GBAHT0400301
(Trad, Arr. The Dubliners, The Pogues)
The Pogues & The Dubliners Ė The Irish Rover (Stiff Records BUY 258)
Produced by Eamonn Campbell
The Battle March Medley (4:11) GBAHT0400300
(Terry Woods)
Shanne Bradley (3:40) GBAHT0400302
(Shane MacGowan)
B-Sides of Fairytale Of New York (Pogue Mahone Records/Stiff Records NY 12)
Produced by Steve Lillywhite

        
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