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Dropkick Murphys

The Warriors Code

Hellcat 80472.1

Released on June 21, 2005



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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Your Spirits Alive  0%
2 The Warriors Code  0%
3 Captain Kelly's Kitchen  0%
4 The Walking Dead  0%
5 Sunshine Highway  0%
6 Wicked Sensitive Crew  0%
7 The Burden  0%
8 Citizen CIA  0%
9 The Green Fields Of France  0%
10 Take It And Run  0%
11 I'm Shipping Up To Boston  0%
12 The Auld Triangle  0%
13 The Last Letter Home  0%
14 Tessie  0%
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Graeme from Perth, Australia 
Jun 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A great record for any dropkick murphys fan!!. Full of there usual brand of fun good time sing a long folk/punk. Like drinking an singing to good punk songs?. Buy this album, though I don`t know why they let Ken Casey sing when Al Bar has such a good voice.

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Patrick from Wheeling, IL 
Jun 28 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

My first thought was that this did not seem a whole lot different from "Blackout", but I guess that's not entirely true. Both albums have the same excellent (some might say slick) production, but this album seems to have a bit less folk influences. "Sunshine Highway" is the single from this album, or so I'm told, and I think its pretty lame, but other than that, I think that the album is pretty solid. I dig the title track as well as "The Auld Triangle", both of which were released on a picture disc. "Tessie", the official song of the Boston Red Sox, is also on here. Its listed as a bonus track on the CD, which I don't understand because its also on my vinyl copy. By the way, the vinyl version has an extra track.

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