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.
The Dropkick Murphys, from Boston, take up the expected pose, but back it up with lyrics a cut above the hormonal angst of their late-'90s contemporaries. They use a combination of topical observations and self-examination that gives their stance a bit more validity, especially in "Curse of a Fallen Soul. It's smart and generous punk, but still decidedly tough thanks to Al Barr's gruff vocals and the impressive power of drummer Matt Kelly
Band Name Dropkick Murphys. Album Name The Gang's All Here. Erscheinungsdatum 1999. Labels Hellcat Records. Musik GenreFolk Punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen16. 16. The Gang's All Here.
Band: Dropkick Murphys Album: The gang's all here Type: Full-length Released: 2005 Genre: Folk Metal Country: Ireland Quality: mp3 192 kbps Label: Epitaph Records. Tracklist: "Roll Call" – 0:32 "Blood and Whiskey" – 1:47 "Pipebomb on Lansdowne" – 1:50 "Perfect Stranger" – 1:58 "10 Years of Service" – 2:45 "Upstarts and Broken Hearts" – 2:56 "Devil's Brigade" – 1:27 "Curse of a Fallen Soul" – 3:00 "Homeward Bound" – 2:00 "Going Strong" – 3:06 "The Fighting 69th" (Traditional).
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This album, and all of the other Dropkick Murphys albums hold a special place with me because of the fact that they always put emotion in there songs and their songs always have a meaning in irish life, boston life and life in general for people today.
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.