Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Dropkick Murphy's they ain't
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I figured, how bad could a bagpipe punk band, that is compared to the Dropkick Murphys, be? Well let me tell you, a lot worse than I thought. Almost all of the tracks on this disc are slow songs that sound exactaly the same, songs that might sound good at 3AM in the bar but don't play well on a CD. The music is so simple, it makes me wonder if these guys can even play the instruments. On the "fast" songs, the music is so jumbled, like they never practiced, just recorded it in one take and the lead singer, woah! Talk about trying to force a sound. It sounds like he is trying to make a certain sound that his vocal chords just can't produce. Lead singer should stick to the bagpipes, get a new singer and start pounding on the drums and pick up the pace. Neither punk nor irish drinking music, this band has no identity and if you want good music, stick to the murphys and Real McKenzies."