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Face To Face/Dropkick Murphys

Split

Vagrant 365

Released on February 12, 2002

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Two of the biggest bands in punk rock. Face To Face with blaring and explosive West Coast punk - versus - the Dropkick Murphys East Coast Oi !Irish-folk punk anthems. 3 new songs from each band.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Face To Face -Fight Or Flight  13%
2 Face To Face - Road Of The Righteous Voted #3  16%
3 Face To Face -Wasted Life  7%
4 Dropkick Murphys -The Dirty Glass Voted #1  33%
5 Dropkick Murphys -Fortune Son Voted #2  19%
6 Dropkick Murphys -Guitar Salute  12%
Come back on or after Tuesday, February 12 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jordan from Nuneaton, United Kingdom 
Feb 9 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

An okay Split. The face to face songs are just okay, a different version of the dirty glass so thats cool if your an avid dropkick fan!

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Skyler from Battle Ground, WA 
Jan 23 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I thought it was a alright CD if you like irish folk punk, but definetly not worth 10$ for only 6 songs

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Eddie from Columbus, OH 
Jun 19 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not that great really. Half the songs are covers. The highlight of the CD is Dropkick's cover of "Fortunate Son." Unless you are a real hardcore fan of either one of these bands, I wouldn't reccomend it.

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Steve from Virginia, MN 
Apr 6 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This Cd shows how much Face to Face sucks, the reason is because is you don't ever FUCK with the mighty DROPKICK MURPHYS

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Ben from No. Marshfield, MA 
Apr 1 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is so good. I was really excited to listen to the new Dropkick songs. Along with some of the best DKM songs such as "Dirty Glass" & "21 Guitar Salute," the Face to Face songs are also really good. F2F even covered DKM's "Road of the Righteous"! Get this cd!!

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Tony from Chicago, IL 
Mar 20 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'll tell you straight out, "This split cd is not worth $10." The Dropkick Murphys songs and throw aways except "Fortunate Son." That's a good cover. Face to Face's songs are decent too. I am a fan of both bands but I have heard way better songs than the ones offered here. Try to burn this CD off of your friend or something.

-TONY-

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Matt from Colorado Springs, CO 
Mar 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Excellent album. DKM never disappoints me, and F2F kicks ass. Get this album if you're a fan of either of these great punk bands. If you've never heard anything from DKM or F2F, this is the best place to start.

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Brandon from Easton, MD 
Feb 14 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like this CD alot.

Its a little short but I love it like MsButterworths.

I had never heard of Face to Face but they impressed me with their music.

DKM rocks as always, fornuate son just rocks my box.

Overall this CD makes me want to jerk off into my bosses hair.

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Justin from Houston, TX 
Feb 14 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This release is truly amazing. Face to Face jams it out with three incredible tunes (my personal favorite being Fight or Flight). If this is any indication of how great 'How to Ruin Everything' is going to be, then prepare yourself to be amazed.

The Dropkick Murphy's haven't changed too much, but change isn't always a good thing. They have managed to stick to their roots, which deserves nothing more than a nod of the head.

Overall, this split rocks. Whether your a F2F fan, a DKM fan, or just enjoy good tunes, then this is what you've been looking for. 5 of 5 stars because Face to Face doesn't support hardcore dancing.

 
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