The Man Who Built America (3:46)

Cover of The Man Who Built America

From The Man Who Built America and 11 other releases

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  • NorthernExile

    Another great track from this wonderful band (my absolute favourite band from the 70's). They deserve more support !

    25 Aug 2012 Reply
  • alfie_noakes

    Prefer the live cut form belfast gigs

    14 Oct 2010 Reply
  • hondo74

    Turn it up till it melts plastic!

    4 Sep 2010 Reply
  • strobelite

    Very underated band, should have much more credit than they did!

    17 Jan 2010 Reply
  • NodeusMaximus

    I don't know why this band wasn't more popular. I first heard of them in about 1979 but just as a comparison to Jethro Tull. I never heard any of their music until around 2006! I'm sorry I missed listening to them all those years. They're good.

    12 Sep 2009 Reply
  • niallcrazyhorse

    A True Story!!! The last time Horslips played in my home town of letterkenny co. Donegal, Rep of Ireland, (The Grill to be percise) there was so many people out dancing to the music that the dance floor collapsed with the weight of the people. If thats not a gig a dont know what is!!!! lol besides that Horslips to me have to be one of my all time favourite (irish) bands!

    21 May 2009 Reply
  • Mike_Anthony

    So few Listeners. Definitely an underappreciated band.

    8 Feb 2008 Reply
  • turnstone

    A belting good song.Came out as a single on yellow vinyl many moons ago.

    12 Oct 2007 Reply

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