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Take No Prisoners

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Released on August 15, 2006

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The Canadian Celtic Punk Legends come back with their first new studio album in over 5 years and had alot of friends help them out!... Guests include Scruffy Wallace (Dropkick Murphys), Ian D'sa (Billy Talent), Kevin Hearn (Barenaked Ladies), Psycho Dave (Brass Knuckle Theropy), Kevin Quain (The Mad Bastards), Kai (Universal Love Attack), and a absolutely amazing Duet with the lovely Damhnait Doyle (Shaye)

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Take No Prisoners Voted #2  22%
2 The Amsterdam Song Voted #1  44%
3 Out Of Control  0%
4 Nancy Whiskey Voted #3  22%
5 A Little Bit Of Love  0%
6 Night Train To Paris  11%
7 Whiskey In The Jar  0%
8 The Weight Of The World  0%
9 Market Song (devil You Know)  0%
10 Too Late To Turn Back Now  0%
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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Feb 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i was very fortunate to see these boys perform at a bar in toronto for their cd release party. a great night, with many vodkas, and reeling and dancin' with too many people i just dont remember. buy this cd. canadian celtic punk at its finest. the first track, to me, reminds me of dicky barret of the bosstones on vocals, and it all rocks. slower but amazing songs are 'night train to paris' and 'a little bit of love' both are amazing. cheers!

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Robert from Falls Church, VA 
Sep 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is probably the most diverse Mahones album yet. Singer/Songwriter Finny McConnell really takes aim with The first two tracks, beltin' out amazin' lyrics in both "Take No Prisoners" and "The Amsterdam Song"(two of my favs)which are in yer face done paddy punk style. Celtic ballads are also easily found here such as "Night Train To Paris"(awesome tune) and "Market Song" which really tie the album together. The Mahones also keep the Irish tradionals going with their versions of "Nancy Whiskey" and "Whiskey In the Jar" which are done quite well. However, a couple of tracks like "Out of Control" and "The Weight of the World" seem like experimental rock tracks that steer from the overall Irish/celtic feel found on the rest of the album. I know The Mahones like to mix things up sometimes but those two tunes seem like fillers to a modest 10 track album. Still, this is a very good paddy punk album and I recommend this to any celtic rock/Irish influenced music fan because this music is a real treat! If I were to compare this album, I would say this reminded me of the Pogues "Peace and Love" album, good but not great!

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