|2||Blood and Whiskey||Lyrics/Info||1:47|
|3||Pipebomb On Lansdowne||Lyrics/Info||1:50|
|5||10 Years Of Service||Lyrics/Info||2:45|
|6||Upstarts and Broken Hearts||Lyrics/Info||2:56|
|8||Curse Of A Fallen Soul||Lyrics/Info||3:00|
|11||The Fighting 69th||Lyrics/Info||3:13|
|13||Wheel Of Misfortune||Lyrics/Info||3:50|
|14||The Only Road||Lyrics/Info||2:11|
|16||The Gang's All Here||Lyrics/Info||7:59|
Even with the departure of original singer Mike McCoughlin, The Dropkick Murphys didn't miss a beat. They simply recruited pal and fellow Bostonian Al Barr for vocals and released THE GANG'S ALL HERE, which builds on the band's working class, punk rock sound, but also reflects the influence of Irish folk tunes with covers of "The Fighting 69th" and "Amazing Grace" (complete with bagpipes). With songs that articulate the burdens and exultations of blue-collar America, the Dropkick Murphy's touch a nerve in all people fighting for a better life.
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 ...