Unforgiven (Cockney Rejects album)

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Unforgiven
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Studio album by Cockney Rejects
Released 2007
Genre Punk rock, Oi!, Street punk
Label G & R, later licensed to Randale
Cockney Rejects chronology
Out of the Gutter
(2003) Out of the Gutter2003
Unforgiven
(2007)
East End Babylon
(2012) East End Babylon2012

Unforgiven is an album by the band Cockney Rejects released in 2007. [1]

Cockney Rejects band

Cockney Rejects are an English punk rock band that formed in the East End of London in 1978. Their 1980 song "Oi, Oi, Oi" was the inspiration for the name of the Oi! music genre. The band members are loyal supporters of West Ham United, and pay tribute to the club with their hit cover version of "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles", a song traditionally sung by West Ham supporters.

Track listing

  1. Cockney Reject
  2. Come See Me
  3. It's Alright Bruv
  4. Fists of Fury
  5. (The Ballad Of) Big Time Charlie
  6. Unforgiven
  7. Useless Generation
  8. Wish You Weren't Here
  9. Bubbles
  10. Gonna Make You a Star
  11. Stick 2 Your Guns
  12. (I Dont Wanna) Fight No More
  13. See You Later

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