8 thoughts on “ Love Vigilantes - Oysterband - Oysterband (CD)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Oysterband on Discogs. Label: DRO - DG • Series: Serie Master - Cadena - Nº 2 • Format: CD EP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Promo • Country: Spain • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock5/5(2).
  2. "Love Vigilantes" is a song written and recorded by the English band New Order. It first appeared as the opening track of their album "Low-Life". As well as the cover by Oysterband, cover versions have been recorded by numerous artists including Iron & Wine (in ), Poi Dog Pondering, Superchunk, and many more. View wiki.
  3. Trawler Album. Love Vigilantes Lyrics. Oysterband - Love Vigilantes Lyrics. Artist: Oysterband. Album: Trawler. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Oh I've just come From the land of the sun From a war that must be won In the name of truth.
  4. Love Vigilantes. by Oysterband. Love Vigilantes by Oysterband. Being a big fan of Runrig and other folk/rock bands I am surprised I had never heard of Oysterband. This compilation album is a wonderful two record set. The songs range from traditional Gaelic, to the more contemporary (80's's) with a Gaelic influence. I am an Oysterband 5/5(19).
  5. Acoustic live show recorded at Skraen, Alborg, on 5 & 6 September Only available from Oysterband or by mail-order via Oysterband shop.
  6. Lyrics. According to Bernard Sumner, "Love Vigilantes" is one of the few songs for which he started out wanting to tell a story rather than his usual method of listening to a newly composed piece and writing lyrics to match the mood of the music. Having "decided to write a Redneck song", Sumner's lyrics tell a rather "tongue-in-cheek" tale of a soldier returning home from Vietnam only to find.
  7. Oysterband's Trawler is a compilation of favorites from the group's previous seven albums, only newly recorded by the present lineup. Essentially, it's like a "covers" album of The Oysterband covering itself. Long one of Britain's prime synthesists of Celtic and rock, and a thorn in the side of purists everywhere, Trawler takes the group's material one step further away from tradition.
  8. The Oyster Band's second album suffers somewhat from weird, slightly claustrophobic production and a curious bloodlessness due less to a lack of energy than to a scarcity of solid bengverriworthoucu.lyaquestudcompjerrasecnilaparseysio.co aren't completely missing: the traditional "New York Girls" and the rollicking end-of-empire anthem "Too Late Now" are both irresistible singalongs, and "Tincans" draws charmingly on English country.

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