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- "This Could Be It: Atlanta" by The KrestArians (Folk, Lo-fi) CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
- "Peeping Boogie" by Satanicpornocultshop (Electronic) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
- "When Good Men Go Bad" by Changing Holes (Loud-Rock) - CC-BY-NC - Website
- "Daramone" by Daramone (Indie-Rock) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
- "Celtic in Brazil"* by Jay Martinez (instrumental) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
- "One Set Reel" by Brigan Ensamble - CC BY - Website
- "Saint Patrick Battalion" by David Rovics (folk) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
- "The Glasgow Reel (Tamh Lin)" by Beltaine's Fire (instrumental) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
- "The Russians" by The Snow (indie) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
- "No Racism - No Problems" by Distemper (punk) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
Note for 1: Just in case anyone isn't aware, World Cup 2014 is in Brazil.
Note for 6: McGeady cited sectarian abuse as one of the reasons for leaving Celtic FC. Also, the album is Ska Punk Moscow, the city where McGeady now breaks ankles, if that wasn't clear by the other notes.