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Mexico and Ireland Unite! Ollin Covers the Pogues

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Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 8:27 AM
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On St. Patrick's Day at the Satellite, venerable East L.A. band Ollin performed Pogues songs, per their long-standing tradition. A Chicano spin on Irish classics? It makes a lot more sense than you think, and West Coast Sound was there to talk with Ollin about what the two cultures have in common. You can see our exclusive video below; you may find yourself suddenly craving some green Modelo.

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