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Flogging Molly

Within A Mile Of Home

Side One Dummy 71251

Released on September 14, 2004


$11.90

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 21 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Screaming At The Wailing Wall Voted #3  8%
2 Seven Deadly Sins Voted #2  21%
3 Factory Girls (Featuring Lucinda Williams)  4%
4 To Youth (My Sweet Roisin Dubh)  7%
5 Whistles The Wind  6%
6 Light Of A Fading Star  6%
7 Tobacco Island Voted #1  22%
8 The Wrong Company  1%
9 Tomorrow Comes A Day Too Soon  3%
10 Queen Anne's Revenge  5%
11 Wanderlust  2%
12 Within A Mile Of Home  8%
13 The Spoken Wheel  2%
14 With A Wonder And A Wild Desire  4%
15 Don't Let Me Die Still Wondering  2%
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Sébastien from Lac Saguay, PQ Canada 
Sep 8 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is as close as perfect a album can be. I know some poeple will disagree with me on this but I really thing this is, in my opinion, the best Molly CD to date. Of course not every album can have (but should) a song like Drunken Lullabies on it. Flogging Molly are in a league of their own. This a voyage through pain, sorrow, joy and triumph. This is how music should make you feel

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Reinaldo from Monterey, CA 
Mar 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If heaven really exists, there’s a bar where you can drink Guinness and listen to Flogging Molly all day long

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Frank from Lyon, France 
Aug 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I had bought this one year ago but forgot to review it. It's definitely a top-class release by Flogging Molly, which isn't a surprise. WAMOH matches the quality of both Swagger and Drunken Lullabies. I can't even tell which of them i prefer. The mix of punk rawness and irish folk melody is still working perfectly, and the traditionnal instruments fit as finely as usual among the heavy guitars and drums. Tobacco Island stands out as the best song on this album and is among the fastest ones too, making you want to jump all around. Nontheless FM proves once again to be a very versatile band, playing with an equal talent the cajun rythms of Tobacco Island, the aggressive punk of Seven Deadly Sins, the rock of Within a Mile Of Home, the folk influence of Factory Girls or a soft ballad like Don't Let Me Die Still Wondering. A must-have if you like this band.

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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
May 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The problem with designating labels like "sellout" or "not punk enough" is that it is applied indiscriminately, bunching together both the true culprits (like Sum 41) and starving artists like Flogging Molly. This band was founded on famine, be it the Irish potato one or the modern-day creative one. The scrupulous listener could concoct a hefty list of crimes committed in Winthin A Mile Of Home, but in the end, it really doesn't matter much. The truth is that this kind of music is dying off, as major labels stuff their pockets with fresh booty from sales of 50 Cent and Mario Winans. It's certainly easy to scoff at the idea of a Celtic folk punk band; many efforts on this record to mix them together fall flat. But like so many other doomed races, the musicians in Flogging Molly have learned that the best chance for survival is through assimilation. It's times like these when one has to look past the fallibility of the songwriter and think what a horrible place the world would be without him.

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Jim from Camborne, United Kingdom 
May 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this album when i realised flogging molly were coming to do a gig near me. I thought this CD was fantastic. It really captures what they're like live with a great mix of upbeat songs and slower irish tunes. complely origional with nothing like it, my favourtie song was within a mile of home, but maybe thats cos it was their last song at the gig. An awesome cd if you've got 15 bucks

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Joseph from Cody, WY 
May 11 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

when i first hed this cd i thought that i wouldn't like it but after listening to it i discovered that it was not to bad. i am not quite sure if i like it as much as i like the other molly cds. the first six songs are sweet as hell but the rest are kind of slow.

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Iain from Tahoe City, CA 
May 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is some good flogging molly. Not quite as good as Drunken Lulibies but better than Swager. Only one disapointing song on this cd because its totaly country but the rest of the cd does not sound bad.

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M from Keighley, United Kingdom 
Mar 17 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Its seems quite fitting to review this album on St Patricks Day, this album is great. More of the same from Dave King and his crue, better then Drunken Lullabies, the songs seem to have been written for an album rather than live performances.

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Robert from Princeton, NJ 
Nov 28 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not my favorite Flogging Molly cd. It seems overproduced. It doesn't have the edge of other flogging molly works.

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Sean from Saskatoon, SK Canada 
Oct 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I own all of the Flogging Molly cds. I'de have to say this one to me is better then Swagger by quite a bit, but Swagger is a freeking amazing album. This one is just a tinch better than Drunken Lullabys but my opinion might change as i listen to it more. But all in all if you like Flogging Molly then you ought to own this one

 
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