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Robert from Falls Church, VA 
Aug 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Porters -Anywhere But Home - Tales Of A Sailor's Life CD
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Anywhere But Home - Tales Of A Sailor's Life CD

They are The Porters, they drink beer! With so many talented celtic punk/folk bands out there, The Porters are definitely one paddy punk band NOT to be overlooked. This is The Porters 2nd album release followin' their amazin' flair to ol' Irish traditionals found on "A Tribute to Arthur Guinness". Unlike their first album, "Anywhere But Home" has much more depth, originality and has easily become one of my favorite paddy punk albums this year! From the opening track to the catchy yet anthem like "Too Many Pints of Guiness" The Porters take you on a journey where "Going Nowhere" doesn't seem to matter. Included on the album comes an impressive Pogues cover done "Fiesta" style. Yeah this cd is pretty pricey but yer gettin' one amazin' album imported from Germany where the band's from. If yer lookin' to find this album anywhere cheaper, you won't. Order it here! Tracklist includes: 1. The Legend of The Lost 47 Sons 2. Lady Whiskey 3. A Leak in My Heart 4. Crying in My Beer 5. Will You Still Love Me (If I Wet The Bed)? 6. Too Many Pints of Guinness 7. Cheating At Solitaire 8. A Ship Lost it's Way in The Fog 9. Going Nowhere 10. Rumble Regatta 11. The Wings of a Swallow 12. We Call it Punk 13. Fiesta 14. Bantry Bay Boozer

This IS one of the BEST paddy punk albums of 2007!

Robert from Falls Church, VA 
Apr 4 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Tossers -Agony CD
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Agony CD

Here we go again with another great release by Chicago's very own Irish influenced band in The Tossers. "Agony" is definitely the band's most musically talented album yet. Although "Agony" comes at ya with 17 tracks, it's surprisin' to see that it only clocks in just over 48 minutes. A lot of this is due to the band's fast ragin' Irish punk side that'll always be part of The Tossers repertoire. From the opening track-"Never Enough", The Tossers take you on a personal journey goin' straight into their Irish punk ways 'bout the booze to other fast tracks such as "Pub and Culture", "Did it All For You", "Siobhan", "Where ya been Johnny?", & "The Nut House". For a more folk side check out tracks "Leopardstown Races", "Romany", and "Movin' On"-where Aaron Duggins(tin whistle) really shines with his graceful playin' style. Let's not discount Becca's fiddle playin' especially on "The Sheep in the Boots"-a crafty instrumental that'll have you toe-tappin' without notice. Just about every track stands out on its own and it's hard to pick a favorite. Overall, I would say this is probably the darkest album the band has released. Lead singer/mandolin player- T. Duggins provides originality with just plain old heartfelt lyrics to some serious bad arse rants. Without a doubt, The Tossers latest album definitely showcases their unbelievable talent to cover all walks of life. From everyday decision makin', drinkin', politics, love, to an inspirational track called "Be", "Agony" easily stands out as The Tossers most diverse album that keeps gettin' better and better with every listen. The more you listen to this album the more you'll be hooked! sla'inte!

Robert from Falls Church, VA 
Sep 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Charm City Saints -Never Go Home Again CD
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Charm City Saints
Never Go Home Again CD

An up and coming band from Baltimore, The Charm City Saints debut ep is something else! I mean it's awesome! If you like paddy punk music at its best then I highly recommend this. If you like the Dropkick Murphys then you'll love this! Lots of bagpipes here and loud guitars! I especially like the intro to "Adrift" when the saints go marching in...Go out and get this cheap ep!

Robert from Falls Church, VA 
Sep 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Mahones -Take No Prisoners CD
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Take No Prisoners CD

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!

Robert from Falls Church, VA 
May 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Greenland Whalefishers -Streets Of Salvation CD
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Greenland Whalefishers
Streets Of Salvation CD

Well worth the find! Any G-W-F cds are a must have for all Pogues fans. I have been an avid fan of paddy punk for quite some time and find these guys to be closest to that Shane MacGowan, Pogues era/style. At times listenin' to "Steets of Salvation" I find myself in awe hearin' that Pogue like influence carried throughout the album. From the opening title track to "the Party's Over", their folk-like rendition of "Fields of Athenry" to concluding with the pipe infested "For Bitter & Whiskey" it's just too good! I know these guys are from Norway but they can carry their own weight of Irish passion. Without second guessing the G-W-F are quite a surprise to those lookin' to expand more into the Irish/folk punk scene. This was definately money well spent! For under $10 bucks yer gettin' a real deal. Also recommended are their previous albums "Loboville" and "Mainstreet Sword", hard to find, but damn well worth it!

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