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  • Gen: anti-folk
  • Type: Musical album
  • Tracks: 26
  • Year: 2002
England, Half English

Musical album di Billy Bragg

England, Half English is a 2002 album by English political singer-songwriter Billy Bragg and The Blokes, and a song from that album. The song is about racism in England and the anti-immigration feelings and racist abuse of asylum seekers fuelled by the tabloid press, particularly the Daily Mail. The song uses examples such as the lions on the English football team's shirts, Britannia and the English patron saint, St. Wikipedia

Tracks

Sample Title Time Stream
1 St. Monday 03:03
2 Jane Allen 03:58
3 Distant Shore 02:30
4 England, Half English 02:28
5 NPWA 05:31
6 Some Days I See the Point 04:59
7 Baby Faroukh 03:05
8 Take Down the Union Jack 03:19
9 Another Kind of Judy 03:44
10 He'll Go Down 03:21
11 Dreadbelly 03:32
12 Tears of My Tracks 03:53
13 Mystery Shoes 03:09
1 Billericay Dickie 04:45
2 Mansion on the Hill 04:20
3 Glad and Sorry 04:08
4 He'll Go Down - Demo 03:30
5 Yarra Song 03:32
6 You Pulled the Carpet Out 02:38
7 Tears of My Tracks - Demo 03:19
8 Take Down the Union Jack - Band Version 03:22
9 England, Half English - 7" Remix 03:55
10 12345678 02:04
11 Dry Bed - Band Version 03:18
12 Danny Rose 02:27
13 She Smiled Sweetly 02:50
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