Strangeways, Here We Come: 25 Songs about Prison to Mark the 25th anniversary of The Strangeways Riots, 01/04/1990 – 25/04/1990.

1.  Johnny Cash ‘Fulsom Prison Blues’

(from the album Johnny Cash and His Hot and Blue Guitar, 1957).

2.  Public Enemy – Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos

(from the album It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back, 1988).

3.  Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock

(from the EP Jailhouse Rock, 1957).

4.  Bob Dylan – Hurricane

(from the album Desire, 1976).

5.  Sam Cooke – Chain Gang

(from the single Chain Gang, 1960).

6.  Thin Lizzy – Jailbreak

(from the album Jailbreak, 1976).

7.  Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – The Mercy Seat

(from the album Tender Prey, 1988).

8.  Morrissey – The Last Of The Famous International Playboys

(from the album Bona Drag, 1990).

9.  Loretta Lynn – Women’s Prison

(from the album Van Lear Rose, 2004).

10. The Clash – I Fought The Law

(from the EP The Cost Of Living, 1979).

11. The Killers ‘Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine’

(from the album Hot Fuss, 2004).

12. 10CC ‘Rubber Bullets’

(from the album 10cc, 1973).

13. Afghan Whigs ‘What Jail Is Like’

(from the album Gentlemen, 1993).

14. Babyshambles ‘Pentonville’

(from the album Down In Albion, 2006).

15. Billy Bragg ‘Rotting On Remand’

(from the album Worker’s Playtime, 1988).

16. Asian Dub Foundation ‘Free Satpal Ram’

(from the album Rafi’s Revenge, 1998).

17. The Tossers ‘Good Morning Da’

(from the album The Valley of the Shadow of Death, 2005).

18. Lead Belly ‘Midnight Special’

(First recorded in 1934).

19. Wings ‘Band On The Run’

(from the album Band On The Run, 1973).

20. Primal Scream ‘Jailbird’

(from the album Give Out But Don’t Give Up, 1994).

21. Soggy Bottom Boys ‘In The Jailhouse Now’

(from the soundtrack O Brother, Where Art Thou?, 2002).

22. The Pretenders ‘Back On The Chain Gang’

(from the album Learning To Crawl, 1984).

23. Ian Brown ‘Free My Way’

(from the album Golden Greats, 1999).

24. The Zombies ‘Care Of Cell 44’

(from the album Odyssey and Oracle, 1968).

25. The Pogues ‘Fairytale Of New York’

(from the album If I Should Fall From Grace With God, 1988).