The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain - Anarchy in the Ukulele album FLAC
- Performer: The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain
- Title: Anarchy in the Ukulele
- Genre: World
- Formats: MPC AIFF MIDI APE MP2 VQF MMF
- Released: 2000
- Style: Folk
- MP3 album: 1988 mb
- FLAC album: 1449 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 214
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G C Anarchy for the UK G C It's coming sometime and maybe G C I make a wrong time stop a traffic line G Your future dream is a shopping scheme D C Bm G Cause I wanna be anarchy. BREAK 1 Am Bm7 x3 Am D. VERSE 3. G C How many ways to get what you want G C I use the best I use the rest G C G I use the enemy I use the ukulele D C Bm G Cause I wanna be anarchy. Break 2 a. Verse 4. G C Is this the MPLA G C Or is this the UDA G C Or is this the IRA G I thought it was the UK D C Bm G Or just another country D C Bm G I wanna be anarchy D C Bm G I wanna be anarchy Get pissed destroy
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain (UOGB) is a musical ensemble featuring ukuleles in different registers. They play and sing music from a variety of musical genres, all on the ukulele. Founded in 1985, the orchestra has since performed in many venues worldwide, including New York's Carnegie Hall (2009, 2012), the Sydney Opera House (2012), London's Royal Albert Hall (2008, 2012) and Glastonbury Festival.
Ukulele Tabs, Tips, Chords and News Online. There’s a simple bit at the end of the lines in the verse: You can mix it up with the little picking pattern Will plays like this: For the general widdling, use the G major scale (there’s a fretboard diagram here) for runs such as this: In the run up to the first break create a bit of tension with something like this: For the first instrumental break, use notes from the A Dorian scale. That sounds way more complicated than it is. The A Dorian scale has exactly the same notes as the G major scale
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|1||My Baby Does Good Sculptures|
|4||Another Girl, Another Planet|
|5||Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps|
|6||Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll|
|8||Anarchy in the UK|
|9||One Chord Wonders|
|10||No Peace for the Wicked|
|11||Oh Bondage Up Yours|
|13||Should I Stay or Should I Go?|
NotesThis is one of a number of self released recordings by the UOGB.
They incorrectly attribute track 1 to the Buzzcocks rather than the Rezillos.