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Within a Mile of Home


Download links and information about Within a Mile of Home by Flogging Molly. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 52:08 minutes.

Artist: Flogging Molly
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 15
Duration: 52:08
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No. Title Length
1. Screaming At the Wailing Wall 3:41
2. The Seven Deadly Sins 2:50
3. Factory Girls 3:51
4. To Youth (My Sweet Roisin Dubh) 3:17
5. Whistles the Wind 4:32
6. The Light of a Fading Star 3:52
7. Tobacco Island 5:17
8. The Wrong Company 0:36
9. Tomorrow Comes a Day to Soon 3:32
10. Queen Anne's Revenge 3:06
11. The Wanderlust 3:31
12. Within a Mile of Home 3:53
13. The Spoken Wheel 2:13
14. With a Wonder and a Wild Desire 3:40
15. Don't Let Me Die Still Wondering 4:17



Flogging Molly expand their Celtic-punk sound with an album that's more mature, more polished, and not quite as intense as its predecessor, although it does have its share of high-energy numbers. There are some thrashing punk tunes, some folk ballads, some relatively mainstream hard rock (although there's usually a tin whistle or fiddle to remind you this is Flogging Molly), a Cajun feel on "Tomorrow Comes a Day Too Soon" (which showcases Matt Hensley on accordion), a brief a cappella performance by Dave King ("The Wrong Company"), and even a duet with Lucinda Williams on "Factory Girls." The songs address such topics as U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East ("Screaming at the Wailing Wall"), Irish workers on 17th century sugar plantations in Barbados ("Tobacco Island"), and being prepared to leave nothing behind at death ("Don't Let Me Die Still Wondering"), with nostalgia as a common theme in several songs. The band sounds a bit softer than before, with the mix relatively de-emphasizing electric guitar in favor of other instruments, but this album should still appeal to fans of Flogging Molly's previous work.