Jollity

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Jollity
Pugwash jollity.jpg
Studio album by Pugwash
Released 23 September 2005 (Ireland)
10 October 2005 (Australia)
31 October 2010 (UK)
Recorded The Glebe, Dublin
The Bunker, Dublin
Abbey Road Studio 2, London
Genre Chamber pop
Power pop
Label 1969 Records/Karmic Hit
Producer Thomas Walsh
Keith Farrell
Pugwash chronology
Earworm
(2003)Earworm2003
Jollity
(2005)
Eleven Modern Antiquities
(2008)Eleven Modern Antiquities2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
PopMatters8/10 stars[1]
Irish Times4/5 stars[2]
Hot Press4/5 stars[3]
Entertainment.ie4/5 stars[4]
mX(Positive)[5]

Jollity is the third studio album by Irish pop band Pugwash. It was released in Ireland by 1969 Records on 23 September 2005 and in Australia by Karmic Hit later the same year. It was released in the UK on 31 October 2006. Two singles were released from the album: "It's Nice to Be Nice" and "This Could Be Good".

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."It's Nice to Be Nice"Thomas Walsh3:26
2."Black Dog"Walsh3:11
3."A Rose in a Garden of Weeds"Walsh3:21
4."I Want You Back in My Life (for Mam)"Walsh4:40
5."This Could Be Good"Walsh3:11
6."Poles Together"Walsh4:28
7."Even I"Walsh5:09
8."Something New"Walsh3:56
9."Waltz #714"Walsh4:34
10."Lullaby #1"Walsh2:16
11."Anchor"Walsh, Andy Partridge, Duncan Maitland5:42

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PopMatters review
  2. ^ Irish Times review
  3. ^ Hot Press review
  4. ^ Entertainment.ie review
  5. ^ Con Sarazen, mX, 12 January 2006. Retrieved 21 February 2011.