Hooligan: No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs (EP) Review


Punk has a reputation for being thrashy, immature, angry music; albeit going by the name “Hooligan”, the lads in the band come across as anything but. Steadily and confidently gaining momentum after putting out various singles and EPs (one of which I previously reviewed here), David Linehan and his mates continue to live and breathe the late ’70’s/early ’80s era of true punk music.

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2 thoughts on “Hooligan: No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs (EP) Review

  1. your review is interesting , i wish hooligan wherent so set in the past , david writes good lryicks , songs for today , but they need a wider audience

    1. Thanks for your comment, Duncan.

      I don’t think the band’s set in the past. As you say, David writes lyrics for the present. I like them, and I like that they’re starting to develop a small, dedicated following. A mature bunch of lads with a lot of talent.

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