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They were one of the most influential bands of the past 30 years but the Pogues’ reputation for boozy bad behaviour has obscured their legacy. Accordion player James Fearnley offers a clear-eyed account of the trad-punks’ glory days in his startling new memoir.
Olaf Tyaransen, 02 Aug 2012
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