11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory

11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory

Artist: Dropkick Murphys

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Format: CD
Label: DROPKICK MURPHYS
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 01/06/2017
UPC: 767615665313

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11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory
11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory

Artist: Dropkick Murphys
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3. Blood
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4. Sandlot
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5. First Class Loser
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7. I Had a Hat
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11. Until the Next Time
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After twenty years, Dropkick Murphys remain bigger than ever, having sold over 6 million albums worldwide. Their forthcoming CD, 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory, is a soundtrack to tragedy and triumph alike. On this album, the band carries on the tradition of rough and tumble storytelling – the kind of writing that never leaves fans wondering whether the band have lived what they’re singing about. A look back at childhood, a snapshot of a clueless jerk, a stop-you-in-your tracks reflection on a terrorist tragedy... There are moments of ass-kicking Celtic punk attitude, ball-busting wisecracks, tear-jerking confessions, and the kind of upbeat words of wisdom that can be chanted loud and proud across arenas and stadiums worldwide. The band continues to sell out venues around the world. They’ve Boston’s Fenway Park and been personally invited to share the stage with everyone from Foo Fighters to Bruce Springsteen to Mumford & Sons. The group’s single "I'm Shipping Up To Boston”-- from 2005’s Certified Gold The Warrior’s Code--has sold nearly 2 million copies. “I’m Shipping Up To Boston,” a song with lyrics penned by Woody Guthrie, gained mainstream notoriety after being prominently featured in Martin Scorsese's Academy Award-winning film The Departed. It can be commonly heard at sporting events and on television as a theme song for many sports teams (even outside of Boston).