The best loony left/ tree hugger/anti military song?

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  1. You must admit that some pinko's/pacifists have a good ear for music; what's your favourite leftie tune?

    I nominate this one, very tuneful celebration of the dishonourable conduct of some of the lowest forms of life ever to disgrace the RN (tried to hand over the fleet to the French during the Napoleonic war), but a bloody good tune.

    The Men They Couldn't Hang The Colours (2) - YouTube
  2. War by Edwin Starr
  3. Talkin' those vietnam pot Luck Blues - Tom Paxton
  4. Civil war by Gun n Roses
  5. In the Army Now - Status Quo
  6. Not sure about the best, but the worst is deffo "Neun und Neunzig luft balons""
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    Country joe and the fish. Feel like im fixing to die rag

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    Knopfler done with Bonaparte?

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  9. Green Fields of France. Even the Dropkick Murphys tone it down a bit for that one!

    The Band Played Waltzing Matilda.

    Not completely according to the thread title, but The Fields of Athenry is available as everything from a dirge to a stomp-along.
  10. Interesting thread - can't think of anything at the moment though. I'll have to give it some thought.

  11. Know your Enemy- Green Day
    21 Guns- Green Day
    Hands Held High- Linkin Park
    Boom!- System Of A Down
    B.Y.O.B.- System Of A Down

    Pretty much anything by Rage against the machine?
  12. "When the Tigers broke free" by Roger Waters.
  13. Oooh! Got a couple....

    Fortunate Son - Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Once I was - Tim Buckley Linky thing: Letters Home from Vietnam - Once I Was - YouTube

    Try and catch the film "Dear America: Letters from Vietnam" - most of it is on you tube. The soundtrack is superb - Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, Tium Buckley, CCR, Hendrix....

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  14. all around my's got a few different singers/groups but i'm with steeleye span