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Dropkick Murphys

Irish
Hellcat Records

Released: 2003
Catalogue Number: 804462
Barcode: 045778044627
Running Time: 46 mins. + DVD

CD£11.80 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched in 1-2 weeks.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


FIRST HEARING:
First caught this band on an internet channel, then saw a rather high energy video - so here's an CD (+a wee bonus DVD).
Hi-energy is right. Think Saw Doctors, Status Quo, The Pogues with a dash of 'punk' - and you're nearly there.
Strong harmonies, guitars, lead vocals.
Good be very well worth a listen if 'folk rock' is your thing.

1) Walk Away
2) Worker's Song
3) The Outcast
4) Black Velvet Band
5) Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight
6) World Full of Hate
7) Buried Alive
8) The Dirty Glass
9) Fields of Athenry
10) Bastards on Parade
11) As One
12) This Is Your Life
13) Time To Go
14) Kiss Me I'm Shitfaced
Bonus DVD
1) Rocky Road to Dublin
2) Boys On the Docks
3) Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight
4) New DVD Promo.
FIRST HEARING:
First caught this band on an internet channel, then saw a rather high energy video - so here's an CD (+a wee bonus DVD).
Hi-energy is right. Think Saw Doctors, Status Quo, The Pogues with a dash of 'punk' - and you're nearly there.
Strong harmonies, guitars, lead vocals.
Good be very well worth a listen if 'folk rock' is your thing.

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