Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Sons of Anarchy "Turas": Barn burner

Ka-boom! Belfast just got real, mate.

Incestual leanings, a surprise tattoo'd discovery... plenty of action here, but the Belfast story still has me wanting. Let's see where it goes.

We American blokes apparently can't tell the difference between the singing accents of Scots and the Irish, so Edinburgh's We Were Promised Jetpacks backed the opening montage ("An Almighty Thud"). But the real interesting song choice came in the form of "Our Last Fight" from the Belgian girls' choir Scala & Kolacny Brothers, post bomb explosion. Real dreamy... (UPDATE: Scala & Kolacny Brothers are offering a free download of "Our Last Fight" on their Facebook page. Go get it!)

Playlist: Sons of Anarchy - Episode 3.09
1. "An Almighty Thud" - We Were Promised Jetpacks [download]
2. "Old Soul" - The Romany Rye
3. "We Grow Stronger" - Flatfoot 56 [download]
4. "Church Bells Are Ringing" - Blacklist Royals [download]
5. "Fight Song" - Methods of Mayhem [download]
6. "Our Last Fight" - Scala & Kolacny Brothers [download]
7. "Living the Mystery" - Paul Brady [download]
8. "Sweet Hereafter" - White Buffalo [download]

Previously: "Lochan Mor" (Episode 3.08)


Anonymous said...

I've seen some posters at the Onion AV Club speculate that the singer of the Irish version of the SoA theme song is none other than Kim Coates, AKA Tig. My question for you, of course, oh grand puba of all matters music related, is this true?

(Normally I don't chase down rumors like these, but considering we heard Katey Sagal last season it wouldn't surprise me. Also, Kim Coates is awesome.)

drake lelane said...

I'm pretty sure that's just Brian "Hacksaw" Williams re-recording his vocal part, toning it down some for the folk-tinged version.

Anonymous said...

Thanks sooo much for this post. I was able to pick out "An Almighty Thud" but didn't even know where to start on the barn burner. I really hope they put out some kind of soundtrack because this season's selection of music has been legendary.

Joey T said...

thanks for the download link for church bells are ringing. great stuff

Denis Sharov said...

missed song !!!
Black 47 - The Big Fellah
in the openning were they driving on the rodes of Irlend