|3||S'ciop E Picon|
|5||Tra Nuvole E Terra|
|6||Que Viva Tortuga!|
|7||La Mosca Nel Bicchiere|
|9||Il Posto Dell' Airone|
|10||Specchio Dei Miei Sogni|
|12||If I Should Fall From Grace With God|
|13||Rock The Casbah|
|14||I Giorni Della Crisi|
|15||All You Fascits (Album version)|
|17||The Ghost of Tom Joad|
|18||Seduto Sul Tetto Del Mondo|
Modena City Ramblers (also known as M.C.R.) is an Italian folk band founded in 1991. Their music is heavily influenced by Celtic themes, and can be compared to folk rock music. The band has sold over 500,000 albums. Known for their left-wing politics, their lyrics often speak out against the Mafia and fascism.
The Modena City Ramblers were formed in 1991 by a group of friends that wanted to play traditional Irish music. The first to join were Alberto Morselli, Giovanni Rubbiani and Alberto Cottica (still in Lontano da dove), Chris Dennis (formerly a member of Nomadi), Filippo Chieli, Franco D'Aniello and Luciano Gaetani from 'Abazia dei folli. On Saint Patrick's Day in 1991, during a concert in a pub in Modena, they chose the name Modena City Ramblers. The name was an homage to Dublin City Ramblers, an Irish band.