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Going Out In Style

by Dropkick Murphys

Going Out In Style by Dropkick Murphys

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Going Out In Style

by Dropkick Murphys

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Still moving up in the world even if spinning their wheels a bit, these heroes of Southie open with a wicked pisser of a hockey brawl called "Hang 'Em High," give Midwestern unions an inspiring picket anthem in "Take 'Em Down," get nostalgic for glory days of Minor Threat in "Sunday Hardcore Matinee," and recruit fellow East Coast Catholic boy Bruce Springsteen to help interpret the near-century-old "Peg O' My Heart." Of course there's also plenty o' the usual jigs, moshes, beer-hoisters and bar-weepers, about family troubles, fallen soldiers, drunken buddies and Irish immigrants of old.

About This Album

Still moving up in the world even if spinning their wheels a bit, these heroes of Southie open with a wicked pisser of a hockey brawl called "Hang 'Em High," give Midwestern unions an inspiring picket anthem in "Take 'Em Down," get nostalgic for glory days of Minor Threat in "Sunday Hardcore Matinee," and recruit fellow East Coast Catholic boy Bruce Springsteen to help interpret the near-century-old "Peg O' My Heart." Of course there's also plenty o' the usual jigs, moshes, beer-hoisters and bar-weepers, about family troubles, fallen soldiers, drunken buddies and Irish immigrants of old.

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About This Album

Still moving up in the world even if spinning their wheels a bit, these heroes of Southie open with a wicked pisser of a hockey brawl called "Hang 'Em High," give Midwestern unions an inspiring picket anthem in "Take 'Em Down," get nostalgic for glory days of Minor Threat in "Sunday Hardcore Matinee," and recruit fellow East Coast Catholic boy Bruce Springsteen to help interpret the near-century-old "Peg O' My Heart." Of course there's also plenty o' the usual jigs, moshes, beer-hoisters and bar-weepers, about family troubles, fallen soldiers, drunken buddies and Irish immigrants of old.