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  • Interprete: Ulster Volunteer Force
  • Titolo: For God And Ulster
  • Genere: Folk - Country
  • Catalogo #: SLR 9002
  • Etichetta: Loyalist Records
  • Paese: UK
  • Data di rilascio: 1975
  • Stile: Folk, Celtic
  • Dimensione FLAC 1473 mb
  • Dimensione MP3: 1297 mb
  • Registra da Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo


1The Aghalee Heroes
2Ulster Volunteers
3Sandy Row
4There'll Always Be An Ulster
5Behind The Wire
6An Orange Medley
7The Ulster Story
8Deck Of Cards
9The Imprisoned Volunteers
10The Red Hand Soldier
11The Courtroom
12A Loyal Protestant
13Y.C.V. Brigade
14Never Trust A Rebel


Privately Pressed Northern Ireland Loyalist Political Record.

Sleeve notes;
Once again, through this record, we pay tribute to all those Loyal Protestants who have sacrificed so much for our beloved Ulster. Some have made the supreme sacrifice, some are locked up, behind bars, all over Great Britain, and many more are prepared to lay down their lives to keep Ulster free from her enemies, the cowardly I.R.A.
Ulster will never be conquered by these rebels whilst the spirit of our forefathers still abounds. For the future let this be our call - UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL.
© 1975 Loyalist Records, Belfast
Printed by Senol Printing, London



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