Dropkick Murphys - The Gang's All Here FLAC album
Title: The Gang's All Here
Style: Punk, Oi
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The Gang's All Here is the second studio album released by American Celtic punk band the Dropkick Murphys. It is their first album with Al Barr (ex-vocalist for The Bruisers) who replaced founding singer Mike McColgan in 1998 after he left the band to become a firefighter, and later form his own Punk Rock band Street Dogs. With Barr, the band released their first 7" EP together, 1998's "Curse of a Fallen Soul" prior to recording the album.
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Sing Loud, Sing Proud! is the third studio album from Boston punk rock band the Dropkick Murphys. Before the album's release in 2001, guitarist Rick Barton left the band. He announced James Lynch of Boston punk band The Ducky Boys as his successor. As well as Lynch, the band also recruited then 17-year-old Marc "The Kid" Orrell on lead guitar (he is also a self-taught accordionist).
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The Gang's All Here was the second album released by American Celtic punk band the Dropkick Murphys. It is the first album that the band did with Al Barr, ex-vocalist for The Bruisers. The band released a music video for the single "10 Years Of Service". The last track on the album features a humorous hidden track of guitarist Rick Barton's answering machine.
Dropkick Murphys - The Gang's All Here. Dropkick Murphys - The Gang's All Here. Folk-Punk rock from Quincy, Boston, Massachussets (USA).
The Gang’s All Here maintains a hypnotic, militant premise that is very unique when compared to the band’s other, more fictional barroom tales. A Roll Call is instated to further this thesis, with a drum cadence evocative of the Royal Army in the American Revolution. Lyrical subject matters do not fray far from the all around ambiance of militarism and struggle. Vocally rough and untidy, Al Barr’s satanic growl, and Ken Casey’s scrappy croon provide about enough vocal harshness that would make any Social Distortion fan happily content
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Drums [Intro] – Tulach Ard Pipe And Drum CorpsEngineer [Additional] – Thomas "T.J." Johnson*
|2||Blood And Whiskey||1:47|
|3||Pipebomb On Lansdowne||1:50|
|5||10 Years Of Service||2:45|
|6||Upstarts And Broken Hearts||2:56|
|8||Curse Of A Fallen Soul||3:00|
|11||The Fighting 69th
Arranged By – Dropkick MurphysWritten-By – Traditional
|13||Wheel Of Misfortune
Fiddle – Johnny Cunningham
|14||The Only Road||2:11|
Arranged By – Dropkick MurphysBagpipes – Joe DelaneyWritten-By – Traditional
|16||The Gang's All Here
Fiddle – Johnny Cunningham
- Performer – Al Barr, Ken Casey, Matt Kelly , Rick Barton
- Producer – Lars Frederiksen
- Written-By – Dropkick Murphys (tracks: 1 to 10, 12 to 14, 16)
NotesRecorded at The Outpost Studios - Stoughton, MA.
Jewel Case Version
99-4-21 (99-3-16) (Y)(X)
|80413-2||Dropkick Murphys||The Gang's All Here (CD, Album, Dig)||Hellcat Records||80413-2||US||1999|
|0413-1||Dropkick Murphys||The Gang's All Here (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)||Hellcat Records||0413-1||Europe||2019|
|6484-2||Dropkick Murphys||The Gang's All Here (CD, Album, Dig)||Hellcat Records, Roadrunner Records||6484-2||Brazil||Unknown|
|80413-1||Dropkick Murphys||The Gang's All Here (LP, Album, RP)||Hellcat Records||80413-1||US||2010|
|ESCA 7476||Dropkick Murphys||The Gang's All Here (CD, Album, Promo)||Epitaph, Epic||ESCA 7476||Japan||1999|