‘ROLL OF HONOUR’ CAMPAIGN A MASSIVE SUCCESS!

Fans Against Criminalisation

Last week (here) we reported on the campaign by Fans Against Criminalisation to get ‘The Roll Of Honour’ song by The Irish Brigade into the UK music charts. Well the campaign has now ended and it was a raging success and not only has the drive been covered by the media both at home and abroad but the single did indeed chart, showing up the state and their repressive laws!

ROLL OF HONOUR- THE BREAKDOWN
iTunes Charts – #15
Midweek Charts – #24
Irish Charts – #32
Scottish Charts – #7
Official Charts – #33
Football Match – Illegal ?
Absolutely incredible. Well done and thanks to all who done their part. The Celtic support has stood up the SNP and their attempts to criminalise us. Time to axe the act.
Fans Against Criminalisation
go to the Fans Against Criminalisation blog here to find out more on the campaign  and what they’re up to.
additional info here on the TAL Fanzine blog in the article ‘Brother of Hunger Striker Condemns Criminalisation Of Celtic Fans’
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3 thoughts on “‘ROLL OF HONOUR’ CAMPAIGN A MASSIVE SUCCESS!

    • Mark February 18, 2014 at 1:03 pm Reply

      Successful campaign by Celtic fans and Fans Against Criminalisation (FAC) to get the Irish Brigade’s “Roll of Honour” into the official singles chart for week ending Feb 16th. Here is a clip of BBC Radio 1 mentioning the song in their countdown, sandwiched by Eminem, Rihanna, Katy Perry et al!

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