Ship Ahoy is a rhythm and blues album by Philadelphia soul group The O'Jays, released on November 10, 1973 on Philadelphia International Records. The album was a critical and commercial success, reaching on Billboard's "Black Albums" chart and on the "Pop Albums" chart and launching two hit singles, "For the Love of Money" and "Put Your Hands Together
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Watch the video for Ship Ahoy from Marxman's 33 Revolutions Per Minute for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Marxman were a Marxist hip-hop group with two MCs. Their lyrics expounded socialism and an end to economic and social injustice. Their first single, "Sad Affair", caused particular controversy for calling for support for the Republican campaign in Northern Ireland.
This song is by Marxman and features Sinéad O'Connor. A thousand cultures stolen ships that came sailingSighted from the shoreline people stood waitingBut armies came invading and raiding to conquerUnderstood nothing of a land that stood longerBut might was much stronger than right could ever beTook away the land planned a new destinyButchery and murder and still I say murderButchery and murder and still I say murder.
Tempo unknown for Ship Ahoy by Marxman. 33 Revolutions Per Minute. A thousand cultures stolen ships that came sailing Sighted from the shoreline people stood waiting But armies came invading and raiding to conquer Understood nothing of a land that stood longer But might was much stronger than right could ever be Took away the land planned a new destiny Butchery and murder and still I say murder Butchery and murder and still I. say murder.
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Marxman were a four-piece Marxist hip-hop group with two MCs formed in London in 1989. Their lyrics expounded communism and an end to economic and social injustice. They are one of only a few groups that combine hip-hop with traditional Irish compositions. Whilst the Irish Republican themes in "Sad Affair" are well publicised, Marxman lyrics also considered themes such as domestic violence with their 1993 single "All About Eve", and comparing the African slave trade and the colonisation of Ireland to modern wage slavery in "Ship Ahoy".
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Talkin' Loud (catalog number 862 221-1). This album was released in 1993 year. Format of the release is.