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Sharky Doyles

Back Of The Yards

Released on September 5, 2005


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Back of the Yards is the first release from Chicago's Sharky Doyles. It's drinking music for the working class crowd. A rowdy mix of Irish traditionals and original rock-n-roll anthems, from the south side of Chicago to the rest of the world.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sharky Doyle's Polka Voted #1  25%
2 Ryan South  8%
3 Boys Of The Old Brigade  0%
4 Stand Up  0%
5 Kings Of The One Eleven  0%
6 Freedom's Sons  11%
7 Everybody's Irish  8%
8 Catholic School Voted #3  14%
9 Back Of The Yards (intro.)  0%
10 Back Of The Yards Voted #2  25%
11 Dirty Old Town  6%
12 Broad Black Brimmer  3%
13 Rakes Of Mallow (pipe Solo)  0%
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Dan from Oswego, IL 
Dec 12 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great cd but track 2 seems a ripoff of dropkick murphys. other than that a great effort by my boys from chicago

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Kyle from Hamilton, ON Canada 
Oct 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was plesantly surprized with the quality of this band. I purchased this sort of in the dark. I knew several of the traditional Irish songs that they cover, and gave them a shot. These guys bring it! Couple of songs about their home town Chicago are very well done. Fans of Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphy's, and the Business will enjoy this album; I know I did. Cheers.

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James from Poole, United Kingdom 
Oct 18 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

An OK album. The traditional tunes they have 'punked up' quickly become a novlety and the band aren't really in the same league as other Celtic punk bands. Not bad but not essential.

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Frazer from Devon, United Kingdom 
Aug 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

QUALITY,QUALITY,QUALITY.You like the pipes?You got pipes-masses of pipes and a great rich sound especially evident on the final track(the wonderfully impressive Rakes of Mallow) Other than that you can-and should-be jigging like a madman to every other song on this terrific cd.There's an I.R.A influence on a few obvious songs(broad black brimmer,boys of the old brigade)but that doesn't stop them from being 2 of the highlights-along with pretty much all the rest if i'm honest!For fans of dropkick murphys,flogging molly,bloody irish boys etc.A must have,no argument.

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David from Seville, OH 
Jun 11 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a very good cd. sort of sounds like the ducky boys 3 chords and the truth album with bag pipes. ryan south is a great song. for fans of flogging molly and ducky boys

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