Tony Blair: My Part in His Downfall
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After several albums exploring the possibilities of English chanson, Robb releases a double CD of the sort of uncompromisingly political material he first became known for at the start of the 1990's. The songs, written in response to the Blair regime, and all its attendant farces and farragoes, present a dissenting view of cool Britannia, the Jubilee, and more wars than any other Prime Minister has presided over. There's 1 CD of 18 acoustic tracks, and 1 Cd of 11 electric tracks. They range in tone from angry to humorous, and deal with subjects diverse as the death of Princess Di, the changes to the Licensing Laws, September 11th., the war against Iraq and the "state visit" of Dubya, There's a new version of the National Anthem, and a guest appearance from Leon Rosselson. Track list; CD1 (acoustic) Not A Bad week for People/Everybody's Happy Now/Bedtime Stories/Bury Trident (Before it Buries Us)/Barricades/I Am Your Spy/The Bombing Never Stopped/The Siege Of Madrid/The Coastroad/Three Minutes Silence/In November/She Lives In Slough/London's Burning/Have You Got a License?/We All Said Stop The war/And In Our Dreams/Mission Accomplished/No Statues. CD2 (electric) The Tin Town Criminals/Legitimate Targets/No Justice, No Peace/The Conscripts' Song/Hands Off My Friends/Punkrock Jubilee/Summertime/Stop The War (sample mix)/(samba mix)/Mr. President.
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