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Waiting for Herb is a 1993 album by The Pogues, their first without former lead singer Shane MacGowan. The album saw the band continue to expand their musical reach past the traditional Irish roots it had been founded on, and was only their second full-length album without a single traditional song. The album featured the track "Tuesday Morning", which was the band's first Top Twenty hit since "Fairytale of New York."

With MacGowan (who was often considered the heart… read more



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  • indeed a pretty overlooked pogues album. actually a really awesome one.
  • If it was recorded by any other band that THE POGUES WITHOUT SHANE it would be an instant classic, considered one of the best celtic punk albums ever. Instead it's tragically underrated... shame!
  • Shane MacGowan was better with The Pogues...
  • I love The Pogues with Shane, they were better, but I still really like this album, it's sort of in a class of it's own.
  • The Pogues were better with Shane McGowan...

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