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Real McKenzies

10,000 Shots

Fat Wreck Chords 694

Released on August 23, 2005



If the name of the album wasn’t enough of a hint, then let me spell it out for ya…The Real McKenzies like drinking! If there’s one thing that these Scottish-Canadians love nearly as much, it’s playing punk rock music! They masterfully combine their two fortes on their fifth full length 10,000 Shots. Not since the import of Bob and Dave McKenzie in the 80’s has the world been graced with such talent! With their kilts (and other various stuff) flapping in the wind, our neighbors from the North have brought into being their best material yet. The thirteen tracks run the gamut from the tradition Scottish-Canadian song "Farewell To Nova Scotia" to the new original classic "Pour Decisions", all held together the common glue of Matt McNasty’s punk rock pipe playing! The Real McKenzies datebook is full with them hitting the road for a serious dose of non-stop touring, so catch ‘em when you can!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Smokin' Bowl Voted #2  16%
2 Best Day Until Tomorrow Voted #3  12%
3 Will Ye No Com Back Again?  1%
4 Pour Decisions Voted #1  26%
5 I Hate My Band  8%
6 Farewell To Nova Scotia  5%
7 Bugger Off  12%
8 10,000 Shots  2%
9 13  8%
10 The Skeleton And The TAilor  3%
11 Comin' Thro' The Rye  4%
12 The Ale Is Dear  0%
13 The Catalpa  4%
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Landon from St. George, UT 
Jul 6 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

If you like punk rock with bagpipes, you should definitely get this album. The fourth track is a really good song, listen to the sampler. Thats my opinion, 4 stars.

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Holly from Simsbury, CT 
Jun 30 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is my favorite CD in my collection of christmas presents from last year... some of the songs don't sound so "punk rock", and have more of an acoustic, soft sound, but i still listen to them every time... i haven't been able to put this CD down recently, and have listened to it for about a month straight now... you gotta love scottish-canadian punk rock...

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Hannah from Arlington, TX 
May 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great CD from a Scottish-Canadian band. "Pour Decisions" "Bugger Off" and "I Hate My Band" are some of the highlights, although every song on this CD is badass.I very much recommend this CD.

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Russell. from Parma, OH 
Apr 6 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I love these guys. I love their music. They just keep getting better and better. They totally define this genre better than anybody else. I really hope that their livers don't give out before thay come out with another fantastic album.

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Lisa from Oakland, CA 
Sep 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've been a fan of these Scotsmen for quite some time now, and I'd have to say that this is their best album to date! Each of their albums is a musical lesson in Canadian culture, from a Scottish perspective. Until the Real McKenzies, I was unaware of the thriving Scottish/Canadian culture in Canada. I live in Oakland, we do not have a thriving Scottish community, but it's easy to get shot in the face. Anways, this album would even sooth the sould of a face shooting victim. The songs "Smokin' Bowl", "I Hate My Band", and "13" are stand out tracks in my opinion. There's even a rockin instrumental at the end, bagpipes, bass, and drums Lift up yer kilt and dance the night away!

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Brandon from Mt. Pleasant Mills, PA 
Aug 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

In one word: amazing. this, in my personal opinion, is the best Real McKenzies album to date. i especially love Farewell To Nova Scotia, because i am a Nova Scotian and being so far from home is hard sometimes. this is a definite must have for any scottish punk, or anyone else for that matter, just good time punk rock.

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