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Live On St. Patrick's Day


Download links and information about Live On St. Patrick's Day by Dropkick Murphys. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:14:05 minutes.

Artist: Dropkick Murphys
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:14:05
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:56
2. For Boston 1:26
3. Boys On the Docks 2:26
4. Road of the Righteous 2:38
5. Upstarts & Broken Hearts 2:49
6. The Gauntlet 2:57
7. Rocky Road to Dublin 2:36
8. Heroes from Our Past 3:49
9. Finnegan's Wake 2:14
10. Which Side Are You On? 2:31
11. A Few Good Men 3:11
12. Curse of a Fallen Soul 3:15
13. The Torch 3:47
14. Gang's All Here 4:52
15. Forever 3:34
16. Spicy McHaggis Jig 3:23
17. John Law 1:29
18. Wild Rover 3:23
19. Fortunate Son 3:23
20. Nutty (Bruin's Theme) 1:38
21. Good Rats 4:10
22. Amazing Grace 2:27
23. Alcohol 1:54
24. Barroom Hero 2:43
25. Dirty Water 3:20
26. Bloody Pig Pile 3:14



Great live albums accomplish two things: They show how an artist sounds in real life (or something close to it) and they make you wish that you were there the night they recorded this gig. By this measure, Live on St. Patrick's Day From Boston, MA is one of the best of the breed. You may have to go back to Live at Leeds to catch this kind of stage energy. Dropkick Murphys, working-class heroes in blue-collar Boston, crash through their set with hair-raising exuberance. Their sound, a muscular collision of punk and traditional Irish elements, connects directly with the crowd, whose presence is never lost in the mix; throughout the set the band welcomes relatives in the balcony, runs footage of old Boston Bruins hockey games as a video backdrop, opens the stage to a bunch of step-dancers, brings a guy up from the audience to propose to his girl as the crowd roars its approval (the girl, no fool, says yes), and invites any woman in the crowd to join them as their massive, beer-swilling piper, Spicy McHaggis, plays a jig. ("His pipes are gigantic, and so is his s*****g," Al Barr yells as the band thunders merrily.) From the opening moments, a stirring skirl provided by the Boston Police Gaelic Column Pipes & Drums, to a final chant of "Let's go, Murphys!" performed in the wreckage that follows the finale, Live on St. Patrick's Day From Boston, MA is ultimately a raucous, brawling, and sentimental testament of love between a band and their perfectly matched audience. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk, Rovi