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Dropkick Murphys

Do Or Die

Hellcat 80407

Released on January 27, 1998


$11.25

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 32 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Cadence To Arms  3%
2 Do Or Die  8%
3 Get Up  4%
4 Never Alone  9%
5 Caught In A Jar  6%
6 Memories Remain  2%
7 Road Of The Righteous  4%
8 Far Away Coast  4%
9 Fightstarter Karaoke  4%
10 Barroom Hero Voted #1  22%
11 3rd Man In  1%
12 Tenant Enemy #1  1%
13 Finnegan's Wake  8%
14 Noble  2%
15 Boys On The Docks (Murphys' Pub Version) Voted #3  10%
16 Skinhead On The MBTA Voted #2  11%
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Adrian from Houston, TX 
Apr 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok, this is a good cd, better than I thought. Fightstarter Karaoke isnt much faster than it is on Singles Collection Vol.1, but whatever. Do or Die is good, but coulda been 1 more verse..all the other songs are fine the way they are. Buy it.

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Mar 2 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great album! I'd say it's one of their best albums. There are lots of great catchy songs on here; it's hard to pick just a few favorite songs when overall the entire album is so solid. I guess some prefer Mike as the vocalist and others prefer Al, I don't really care either way... Both did/do a great job at the vocal duties so arguing about it is pretty pointless.

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Jordan from Nuneaton, United Kingdom 
Nov 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

what can I say this is just a legendry album and you need it in your collection! This just tops all their other records but to be fair I love them all!

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Cort from Newton, NJ 
Jun 13 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this was an awesome cd dont get me wrong but its not as good as there other stuff do or die was my favorite song

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Nick from Monson, MA 
Apr 6 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I like to listen to this cd while fingering me bum and puffing on my crack pipe. If you like potatos you'd probly like french fries, but hey thats just my 2 cents.

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Travis from Ava, NY 
Feb 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I really like this cd. I think it is good. The song 3rd man in is way better live though. If you even remotely like the song on this cd, you will love it live. I heard it on a compilation, skins and pins, great compilation. Back to the cd. Very good, I enjoyed it alot. oi.

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Tony from Frisco, TX 
Jan 8 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This disc isn't as good as the later Dropkick Murphys records (Live, Blackout and Sing Loud, Sing Proud). I liked this CD, but it doesn't get as much play as the later records. I think the move to change vocalists was a smart one, Al Barr is much better than this fellow. It gets a 3 for including a few good songs but being disappointing overall.

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Danita from Murrysville, PA 
Jan 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Kick ass cd. If your Irish, this will make you proud to be so. If your not Irish, this will make you irish.

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Matt from Burlington, VT 
Sep 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

old skool irish punk rock. this is a must have for any punk, no matter if ur into pop shit or DIY till ya die. u need this cd, dammit. barroom heroe is an awesome song

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Jonathan from Bryan, TX 
Aug 23 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ah, The Dropkicks. I'll get to the point; This is a good album, but not as good as the ones that follow it. "The Gangs All Here" is my favorite, hands down. I just Like Al Barr's voice better. "Sing Loud" and "Blackout" are good too, but "Gangs" is the best. But if you really want something great with big, anthemic choruses and true Punk spirit, get any Rancid album. They're better. Actually, they're the best. "Indestructible" is an awesome new album along with everything else they've ever put out.

Dropkick Murphys = Good

Rancid = Perfection

 
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