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Dropkick Murphys

The Warriors Code

Hellcat 80472.2

Released on June 21, 2005



Drawing from influences both ancient and contemporary, The Warrior's Code is an intense fusion of all things Dropkick Murphys. A complex distillation of classic punk, Celtic folk and American rock 'n' roll, this album puts the band's deep diversity, blistering intensity and profound sincerity on full display. Featuring everything from upbeat stomper tracks like “Sunshine Highway” to poignant narratives such as “The Last Letter Home” and classic odes to hometown legends like the title track, “The Warrior's Code,” which is dedicated to Massachusetts boxing legend Micky Ward, the Dropkick Murphys have placed a blazing new gem in their crown of achievements with this album.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Your Spirits Alive  10%
2 The Warriors Code  9%
3 Captain Kelly's Kitchen Voted #2  12%
4 The Walking Dead  4%
5 Sunshine Highway  7%
6 Wicked Sensitive Crew  4%
7 The Burden  2%
8 Citizen CIA  5%
9 The Green Fields Of France Voted #1  17%
10 Take It And Run  3%
11 I'm Shipping Up To Boston  6%
12 The Auld Triangle Voted #3  12%
13 The Last Letter Home  5%
14 Tessie  4%
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Joseph from Columbus, OH 
Mar 18 2016 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this album. Not a bad song on it. Catchy & memorable all the way through.

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Chris from Springfield, LA 
Feb 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It starts with serenading you with soft bagpipe sounds...Then it hits you in the nuts with a song about their dead friend Chickenman.The 1st 2 songs are just really uplifting.Then it calms down to the ballad,"Sunshine Highway"(Still upbeat)."Wicked Sensitive Crew" is just one of those "fuckin around" songs like "Kiss Me,I'm Shitfaced" from the last album."The Green Fields of France" caught me off a good way.It really shows Al Barr's vocal ability.The song is more traditional celt music,with the same military feel as some of their other songs."Shipping Up to Boston" is another classic.It appears in Martin Scorsese's "The Departed".It's just a great bagpipe charged anthem.The drums in the song are great."The Auld Triangle" starts like "Green Fields",but is mostly like the usual style."Last Letter Home" is a great tribute to the loss of loved ones in Iraq."Tessie" is great if you like the Red Sox,or if you just like the feeling of the underdog winning....Great anthem to end a great album.This band seems to get better with each album.They have heart, which counts most for me.The working class theme is not just their image,it's their spirit.

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Casey from Prescott, AZ 
Feb 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

very good show of their new written stuff I would love to hear this stuff live a must-have for every dropkick fan even the ones obsessed with Al-Barr

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Trolay from Versailles, France 
Jan 12 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

A little bit disappointed. The pipes are back and that's good, but the songs are too much traditional on this one. I prefer Do or die...

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Alex from Norwood, NJ 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Let me preface this by saying I'm not a DkM fan and have only heard a couple of songs from them before, but after hearing "Sunshine Highway," and "The Auld Triangle," then learning it also contained "Tessie," I had to get this album. Sadly, many of the songs on here weren't as impressive ... "Your Spirit's Alive" is bland, "Wicked Sensitive Crew" is annoying, and songs like "I'm Shipping Up To Boston" and "Take It And Run" have energy but seem to go nowhere. This album has some nice surprises, such as the raging "Citizen CIA" and the soft "The Green Fields of France," but it's horribly uneven and ultimately unsatisfying.

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Peter from Bellingham, MA 
Oct 9 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I was not impressed with this CD at all... It seems that the longer the Dropkick Murphys play, the worse they get. There were a couple good tunes on here, but it sure wasnt worth what I paid for it.

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Kevin from Wyoming, MI 
Aug 14 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hey, its another cd from DKM! First off I want to say that the Dropkicks are one of the most unique and interesting bands out there and they still can stay true to their punk roots, thats rare. There blend of punk,rock and celtic music is a breath of fresh air. They stand out amung the hords of mediocre bands. This cd has its moments but it made me want to listen to their older stuff. If you have never bought any of their cds before I suggest you get BLACKOUT or DO OR DIE instead of this one. If your a fan then what is your ass waiting for?!

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Barry from Clevedon, United Kingdom 
Jul 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good old murphys. Another fantastic album; The Auld Triangle is perhaps one of my favourite songs of all time, and there's some suprising stuff on here too such as the piano-based Green Fields of France and the funny Wicked Sensitive Crew. Not a bad song on here; and the bonus of having Tessie chucked on the end for those that don't have the EP. Brilliant!

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Jun 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Finally this Post-Mike McColgan Dropkick Murphys feel comfortable in their own skin. I really Think Al Barr is a great singer with a fire in his voice, however, I could never get into DKM albums after Mike McColgan left the group. Either their records were too folky or just missing something. Now DKM with Al Barr have finally released a really great album. One of the best of 2005 so far. As you listen to this CD you will come upon a song called "Green Fields In France". Al Barr tones it down and delivers an amazing vocal performance (similar to the intro of "Curse Of A Fallen Soul" (Gangs All Here). So Dropkick Murphys, I drink this Guiness in your honor and congratulate you on this amazing album! Three cheers for WARRIORS CODE!

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