|2||The Legend Of Finn MacCumhail||Lyrics/Info||2:14|
|3||Which Side Are You On?||Lyrics/Info||2:28|
|4||The Rocky Road to Dublin||Lyrics/Info||2:37|
|5||Heroes From Our Past||Lyrics/Info||3:30|
|9||The New American Way||Lyrics/Info||3:32|
|11||The Fortunes of War||Lyrics/Info||2:43|
|12||A Few Good Men||Lyrics/Info||2:36|
|13||Ramble and Roll||Lyrics/Info||1:59|
|14||Caps and Bottles||Lyrics/Info||2:41|
|15||The Wild Rover||Lyrics/Info||3:25|
|16||The Spicy McHaggis Jig||Lyrics/Info||3:27|
The Dropkick Murphys have an uncanny talent to fuse their culture and their music. "Sing Loud, Sing Proud" is a perfect example of that. Rooted in Irish folk, the Murphys brand of punk rock is some of the most unique and infectious music on the scene. Pounding 4/4 beats in conglomeration with "Oi!" styled lyrical chants lead people to pump their fists and raise their glasses all at the same time! In a very short period of time DKM has risen to the top, like the head of a fine Lager. Few can compare to the Murphys in the sense of style, attitude and fire. DKM has truly defined themselves with "Sing Loud, Sing Proud."
The Dropkick Murphys song "I'm Shipping Up To Boston", off the album The Warrior's Code, is featured prominently, several times in the new ...