A unique 18 track collection of the best loved anthems featuring footballing giants, Arsenal. The album contains 6 hit singles recorded by the Arsenal team from over the years alongside the efforts of fans who pay homage to their heroes both old and new.
This is the definitive collection of songs relating to Aston Villa F.C.. All of the Villains' favourites are here with fans and players getting in on the action. The CD features web link enhancement, so when the album is played through any internet ready PC the listener can link straight to the official Aston Villa website.
This album, dedicated to the Blues, features 3 versions of the "Blues" anthem "Keep Right On", including the Harry Lauder original which is quite a rarity. Other highlights include Trevor Hockney's classic "I'm Happy 'cos I'm Blue" and old Blues favourite "Home And Away" by the midlands' celebrity Harvey Andrews.
This album is the definitive collection of songs relating to the great Lancashire club, Burnley F.C.. Included are all the anthems associated with the club, including the No. 6 hit "Tom Hark" by The Piranhas, "O Fortuna", taken from the opera 'Carmina Burana', "We Are Burnley FC" by the Rockenbay Dance Band and contributions from Chumbawumba, The Tidy and Celtic Cross. (How dare they wear those colours!!- West Ham Utd supporting Freak Employee)
20 track tribute to the (in)famous Cardiff City. Includes such fan faves as 'Men Of Harlech', 'Land Of My Fathers' and original commentary from the 1927 FA Cup final win. A must for all C.C.F.C supporters..
Another tribute to Scots giants Celtic in the form of this 19-track CD which features a plethora of classic tracks associated with this great club. Traditional favourites sit alongside new tracks in tribute to the green and white half of Glasgow. Features "You'll Never Walk Alone" by Gerry And The Pacemakers, "The Celtic Song" by Glen Daly, "Fields Of Athenry" "Wild Rover" "Glory Glory Glagow Celtic" etc.
With Celtic enjoying the double benefits of a strong squad and a re-built stadium for 50,000 fans it's the ideal moment to look at their former legends. Glen Daly's tributes to their great teams stand alongside individual paeons to the likes of Kenny Dalglish, Paul McStay and Paddy Bonnar. 25 tracks of green and white euphoria.
This album boasts all the modern anthems celebrating the famous Green and White hoops of Celtic, including the hit singles "Carnaval De Paris" by Dario G and "You'll Never Walk Alone" by Gerry & The Pacemakers. Other essential anthems featured are "Wild Rover" by the Dubliners, "The Celtic Song" and "Hail Hail Celtic" by Glen Daly.
This is the ultimate collection of songs relating to the Robins of the Valley. All the club anthems are gathered here for the first time to celebrate the return to the premiership, including the fans' favourite "Red Red Robin" appearing for the first time on CD and "Down In The Valley" by Squeeze.
A tribute to the Blues from the King's Road, stretching from the 1972 classic "Blue Is The Colour" through to the 1994 FA Cup Final song "No-One Can Stop Us Now" by Suggs, plus many more vintage recordings celebrating the premiership contenders.
A 15 track tribute to Coventry City celebrating their long top flight status and of course paying tribute to their greatest moment, the 1987 FA Cup Final victory. With new andold tracks featured here this release will make a great soundtrack to what promises to be exciting times for the Sky Blues.
Enjoying a resurgence of fortune, this CD covers 25 years of Crystal Palace History. With contributions from their 1990 Cup Final Squad, the crowd pleasing "Glad All Over" and a chance to hear the master showman Terry Venables crooning "Bye Bye Blackbird", this is an essential addition to the Cherry Red football stable.
Everton, have their own 24 track compilation album released in honour of the boys from Goodison Park. Included is the top 40 hit single, "All Together Now" sung with The Farm (released as their FA Cup Final song) plus tributes to famous Toffeemen Dixie Dean and Duncan Ferguson, both of who feature in the booklet alongside Joe Royle and Neville Southall.
As Craven Cottage is beginning to buzz once again with the push for promotion to the premiership, this CD is a timely reminder of the former greats. Fascinating interviews with Johnny Haynes, George Cohen and Jimmy Hill are set alongside the lighter side of football with Bobby Moore and AlanMullery showcasing their singing talents.
After the 1999 season's magnificent Scottish Cup win and also the great performance in the league, coming third behind Celtic and Rangers, what better way to celebrate that success and the forthcoming season than with this great 20 track tribute, to The Jambos of Tynecastle.
This 18 track album celebrates the songs of The Hibees and includes all the supporters' favourites including the club anthem "Glory Glory To The Hibes" by Hector Nicol and "Sunshine On Leith" by Hib's fanatics The Proclaimers. With sleeve notes from celebrated author Irvin Welsh thismakes for a complete tribute to Hibernian FC.
This 13 track tribute to Ipswitch Town FC features the most complete collection of music relating to the pride of Suffolk ever released. The album includes fans' favourites such as "Singing The Blues" by the Super Blues and "Ipswich - Get That Goal" by the FA Cup Final winning squad from 1978. Other features on the album are exclusive interviews withplayers past and present and radio extracts of the club's finest hours.
This is the definitive collection of songs relating to Scotland's oldest club, Kilmarnock FC. The club anthems are all featured including "The Halls Of Montezuma" and "Paper Roses". Rarer contributions come from David Shaw's "Flags Of Glory" and The Alexander Brothers "My Kilmarnock Bunnett". We have commissioned a specially recorded spoken word history of the club by West Sound FM football reporter Iain Wilson.
The surprise team of the Premiership, Leicester are gaining ever greater support. This CD spans 25 years of their history covering flamboyant '70s era with accompanying sleeve notes by former striker Alan Smith.
An inspiring recording of the Anfield Kop taken from the height of the 1972 season that has been unobtainable for years. For the first time on CD, the original cover has been retained with additional sleeve notes and rare photos of one of the greatest teams of all time.
This 14 track tribute is a celebration to the kings of Europe, Manchester United. A cutting edge collection of songs recorded by genuine fans with an ear for a 90's sound with Manchester United at heart. This album is not a typical football music collection. It does not feature Chas or Dave (well it wouldn't, they support Tottenham- Ed) or the standard issue Eurovisionesque squad record. It is a cool collection of samples, beats and bass lines that would not sound out of place in the clubs of Europe
Despite indefferrent premiership form, Middlesbrough retain a loyal and devoted following, this second tribute albums bears witness to this fact. Featured tracks are "Reach Up", "O Fortuna" and "Hot Hot Hot" with contributions from Brian Clough and Viv Anderson as well as a history of Middlesbrough FC by Graham Cox.
The most complete collection of music paying tribute to Middlesbrough F.C. ever, is featured on this 20 track album. Included are the three Middlesbrough squad records one of which is the unforgettable "Let's Dance" which employs the talents of not only Middlesbrough's top singer Chris Rea but also outrageous funny man Bob Mortimer.
This tribute features songs old and new and radio commentary from the important moments in Norwich's history. The club anthem "On The Ball City" recorded back in 1959 is included along with other classics such as "Norwich City Calypso" by the Chic Applin Sound, "The Canaries" by the 1972 Norwich City Squad. The album also features historic radio footage from the club's famous cup run of 1959.
Follow-up to the highly successful "Ibrox Anthems", this is a 17 track cracker of a football compilation devoted to the blue half of Glasgow. Featuring the hits from Republica, The Monkees and New Order amongst others, "Blue Anthems" is destined to become a football classic!
After twelve months in the making, this release is the first CD that has been extensively researched to enthusiastically tell the history of Glasgow Rangers Football Club. Written by Glasgow Rangers fans, it doesn't simply concentrate on the players but incorporates everything that has made Rangers one of the most strongly supported clubs in the world. All new songs with original music and including a booklet featuring all the lyrics.
This musical tribute to one of the giants of football, Glasgow Rangers, features 25 tracks recorded over the last 30 years by both the teams and the fans. The team enjoys massive support throughout the UK, and also has a following in Europe where they have appeared formany years in the European Champions league. In 1997 the team produced a record equalling 9 titles in a row.
A brilliant brand new 17 track album dedicated to Glasgow rangers football club "Follow! Follow!" is packed with fan favourites such as "The Blue Flag", "Simply The Best", "Follow! Follow!", "Who’s That Team They Call The Rangers" and "March On Glasgow Rangers" Rangers have a massive fan-base all over the world and these are the songs the fans want to hear.
This Irish celebration CD is released to celebrate the team's involvement with the World Cup 2002 in Japan and Korea that kicks off in June. Republic Of Ireland enjoy worldwide support and are known of their passionate support. The CD features all the fan's favourites and the Squad records from over the years to celebrate their involvement in previous major tournaments these include "The Boys In Green" by the 1988 Squad, "Put 'Em Under Pressure" by the 1990 World Cup Squad and "Jack's Heroes" by The Pogues with The Dubliners for the 1994 World Cup in the USA. Other favourites featured; "The Wild Rover" & "The Black Velvet Band" by The Dubliners, honorary Irishman Jack Charlton with "Simple Little Things" and the hit single "Niall Quinn's Disco Pants" that hit the charts in 2000.This album will be the perfect soundtrack for all the followers of the green shirts as they go for glory!
This perfect World Cup souvenir features 20 tracks paying tribute to the lionhearted Scotland Football team. It contains all the classic Scottish tunes from the past 24 years including 1978's "Ole Ola" featuring Rod Stewart and 1982's number 5 hit "We Have A Dream". There are also some newly recorded songs to celebrate Scotland's 6th qualification for the World Cup in France 98.
As Sheffield Wednesday usher in a new cosmopolitan era, here is a chance for their fans to pay tribute to the team. Martyn Ware (Heaven 17) takes centre stage with 3 tracks (and sleeve notes), but he is ably supported by Paul Carrack (Mike & The Mechanics) and The Thompson Twins who join the squad to sing "We Are The Owls".
A great tribute to those boys in red and white stripes. A selection of classic tunes from the past and present, celebrating the momentous 1976 FA Cup Final victory and championing great past and current players.
The definitive collection of songs relating to a great club from the Potteries, Stoke City. The album features for the first time all the anthems of the club collected together to evoke memories for fans of all ages. Included are the club favourite "Delilah" and the club's most famous player, the late Sir Stanley Matthews, talking about his great carer. Sleeve notes are written by TV star and life long Stoke fan Nick Hancock.
This 18 track CD is a unique collection of songs celebrating Sunderland A.F.C. which has been made in conjunction with "A Love Supreme", Sunderland's leading fanzine. The album boasts a strong line-up, including such hit records as "Ready To Go" by Republica, "Dance Of The Knights", the classic club anthems of "Cheer Up Peter Reid" and an exclusive remix of "Niall Quinn's Disco Pants". Other contributions come from local bands, Sunderland legends Marco Gabbiadini and Gary Rowell.
Celebrating the opening of their new 41,000 seater stadium, Roker Roar! Includes contributions from their 1973 FA Cup Final winning squad and the hugely successful "Cheer Up Peter Reid", as well as a spoken word contribution from Charlie Hurley.
22 track tribute compilation that is absolutely essential for any Southampton F.C. fan. Featuring anthems such as 'When The Saints Go Marching In' and 'Saints For The Cup' as well as commentary from key moments of glory throughout the club's history.
As one of London's leading and most successful clubs, Tottenham and their fans have had a lot to sing about. Contains 27 tracks with 7 hit singles, "Ossie's Dream", "Hot Shot Tottenham", "Tottenham Tottenham", "When The Year Ends With One", "Nice One Cyril", "Diamond Lights" by Chris Waddle and Glen Hoddle and "Fog On The Tyne" by Paul Gascoigne. Of course no Spurs comp would be complete without Chas & Dave and they appear here with six tracks.
This unique collection combines the key commentary highligts of Spurs' FA Cup Final victories and the best loved songs over a 30 year period. Songs featured include the club anthem "Glory Glory Tottenham Hotspur", the number 5 from 1981 "Ossie's Dream" and "Tottenham Tottenham" which reached number 9 in 1982. The sleeve notes are written by Chas and Dave. The CD features a graphics page with website links, club history and product news when played on a CD Rom.
This 27 track compilation features all the Spurs anthems from the last 40 years. It includes contributions from the Spurs Teams of 1967, 73,81, 82 and 91 with all their classic tunes, like "Glory Glory Tottenham Hotspur", "Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner" and "When The Year Ends In One". Club manager and playing legend, Glenn Hoddle (Are you sure?- Ed) sings his two hit singles that he duetted with Chris Waddle, including the unforgettable (!!) 'Diamond Lights' and two other classic, "We Are The Champions" and "Hey Jude". Other vocal contributions come from Terry Venables, Jimmy Greaves, Pat Jennings and Alan Mullery. This is the definitive Spurs CD and is only available through Cherry Red's mail order service or from the Spurs Club Shop. This album is official merchandise of Tottenham Hotspur F.C.
This collection from 1996, the centenary year of West Ham United FC, celebrates with 20 Hammers' hits featuring contributions from Adrian Sherwood's 'Barmy Army', The Cockney Rejects and The Business, with the anthem of the Hammers' "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" (one including Cherry Red artist Tony Rivers on vocals!), served up in 3 unique styles.
This album features 15 tracks in homage to Wimbledon's "Crazy Gang". Tracks include vocal performances from Joe Kinnear, Vinnie Jones' "Wooly Bully" and of course no Wimbledon album would be complete without "Remember You're A Womble" by the Wimbles. Sadly, the team are no more (but enjoying a reincarnation as 'Milton Keynes Dons')- although this CD should bring back happy memories, and be precious to the Rymans league club AFC Wimbledon, who may say have more in common with the true spirit of the team (what, you mean never passing the ball? - Ed) than their Bucks counterparts.
All of this great club's anthems are gathered for the first time to celebrate the team and it's players past and present. The album includes the Harry J. All Stars classic "The Liquidator", "We're Back" and "Wonderful Wolves" by the Wolves teams of 1988 and 1980 respectively and the ultra rare "Singsong Just For Kicks" by Wolves legend Billy Wright. The album also features various specially recorded spoken word excerpts including a potted history of the club.