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Street Dogs

Street Dogs

(Dropkick Murphys)

Hellcat 80517

Released on August 31, 2010


Mike McColgan – frontman, singer and songwriter for Boston’s beloved punk rock quintet Street Dogs – has lived the life that other bands just sing about. As the founding frontman of Dropkick Murphys, McColgan helped bring his experiences as a Gulf War combat veteran to the uncompromising, working class sound that launched that band. But in 1998, following a family tradition, McColgan left the band and music to become a Boston firefighter. Four years later, he began jamming on nights off with some old friends from the Boston punk scene; he found he needed the voice that only fronting a band could give him, and the Street Dogs were born. Now Street Dogs are ready to unleash their selftitled fifth album, the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2008 Hellcat debut State of Grace, which critics called "a raucous and purposeful working man's ride" (Dallas Morning News) with “the kind of political streak rarely heard since the Clash” (Cleveland Scene). After incessant tours around the world alongside bands like The Offspring, Alkaline Trio, and Anti-Flag, and headlining tours in US and UK in support of State of Grace, Street Dogs were inspired by the ferocity of their audiences to make a rabble-rousing, in-your-face punk record. With only one song cracking the three-minute mark, McColgan and crew rail short and sweet, with topics ranging from union-busting and modern radio to information overload. Street Dogs is anthemic, heartfelt, and positive, an answer to the dehumanization of modern life in the classic tradition of punk from the Clash and Sham 69 to Green Day.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Formation  0%
2 Rattle And Roll  6%
3 Up The Union Voted #2  23%
4 Punk Rock And Roll Voted #1  24%
5 The Shape Of Other Men  6%
6 Yesterday  4%
7 Too Much Info  0%
8 Bobby Powers Voted #3  10%
9 In Stereo  5%
10 Hang 'Em HIgh  1%
11 Ghosts  4%
12 Harpo  0%
13 10 Wood Rd.  7%
14 Portland  0%
15 Freedom  1%
16 Oh Father  2%
17 Fighter  2%
18 Poor Poor Jimmy  6%
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Kyle B from Evansville, IN 
Apr 16 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This rocks out BIG! I like this alot, but you should do State of Grace first to get the feel of the band. Which makes this more understandable. 5 STARS HERE! I've always loved about all of Hellcat/Epitaph stuff for a long time.

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Nora from Joliet, IL 
Sep 29 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is by far my favorite street dogs album. great songs from front to back. just seen them play and they are an amazing live act as well. check out this record.

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Nicholas from Camp Hill, PA 
Sep 4 2010 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This album is punk rock and roll just like the best song on the S/T disc implies. Every time I hear that song the adrenalin hits me in a way that I rarely get from a song. Just simply awesome. But half of the songs seems like they sat down in one day and threw it together. Not really what I expected from the street dogs. This is a lot like the first album but much better,and sounding. Its just more punk rock.. They definitly took a step back with there progression in this one.Theres not much lead guitar or there hooks that make the street dogs them. They also replayed fighter for some reason.. I guess they needed a real good song on here lol. All in all theres like 6 new awesome songs 4,16,13,8,5,9,are the best and I like all there folkih stuff too. The rest is just short punk rock. If you love the street dogs like me, the whole record will definitly still get a tone of play time.

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Arryn from Rockledge, FL 
Sep 3 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Two listens so far, and already I like it better than State Of Grace. The first several songs are really pumped and I like them a whole lot. The rest of the album is really solid too. There's even a re-do of "Stranger" of their debut album. Street Dogs are a very good band and continue to deliver good songs.

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