Home » Reviews » Dropkick Murphys – Blackout

Dropkick Murphys – Blackout

Blackout Review
Release Date: June 10, 2003
Run Time: 46:37
Buy: Amazon

1. Walk Away
2. Worker’s Song
3. The Outcast
4. Black Velvet Band
5. Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight
6. World Full of Hate
7. Burried Alive
8. The Dirty Glass
9. Fields of Athenry
10. Bastards on Parade
11. As One
12. This Is Your Life
13. Time to Go
14. Kiss Me I’m Shitfaced

They have done it yet again. You know what I’m talking about. Dropkick Murphys have made an album where I don’t have to skip a track. This is by far my favorite album of the year. This is Boston Punk Rock at its best. I bought a total of four, yes four copy’s of this CD One for my parents home, one for my own, the car and my little work out place. Dose it have a different sound then all the other albums? Maybe, but believe me when I say it just keeps getting better. The power of the bag pipes are still there and all.

One song which hit’s home to me is buried alive. For lots of personal reasons. And when you get this you can’t help but crank blackout up. That’s a given. They still stay true to Irish folk with many songs pulse the very funny “Kiss Me I’m ShitFaced.” Song’s that everyone can relate to. And you also get a Free DVD with the CD. And be sure to check out the video for walk away at the official web site at www.dropkickmurphys.com So with that, all I have left to say is this is a MUST buy. Go get it now.

They have done it yet again. You know what I’m talking about. Dropkick Murphys have made an album where I don’t have to skip a track. This is by far my favorite album of the year. This is Boston Punk Rock at its best. I bought a total of four, yes four copy’s of this CD One for my parents home, one for my own, the car and my little work out place. Dose it have a different sound then all the other albums? Maybe, but believe me when I say it just keeps getting better. The power of the…

Review Overview

Vocals
Content
Sound

Great

The Dropkick Murphys Blackout, is an album full of memorable tracks. This is one of those albums you will let play through without skipping a single track.

User Rating: Be the first one !

About Seafra

Site founder and Editor-in-Chief. Lover of Celtic Punk, Punk Rock, and Folk. I have a passion for promoting great music, and helping listeners discover new bands.

Check Also

Rats In The Burlap

The Real McKenzies – Rats In The Burlap

During a dreary St. Patrick’s day in a distant blackout, I sat on the shoulders …

0 comments