The Warrior's Code is the fifth studio album by the Irish-American Celtic punk band, the Dropkick Murphys. Released in June 2005, it is also their bestselling. It features a dedication to Lowell's own "Irish" Micky Ward who is featured on the album's cover and is the subject of the album's title track. It is also their final record with Hellcat Records before moving to their own vanity label, Born & Bred Records.
The Warrior’s Code‘ is Dropkick Murphys’ fifth studio album. It was released on June 21, 2005 via Hellcat Records. The album is dedicated to Lowell, MA’s boxer Irish Micky Ward who is featured on the album’s cover and is the subject of the album’s title track. Get vinyl on DKMstore. 1. Your Spirit's Alive. 2. The Warrior's Code. 3. Captain Kelly's Kitchen. 6. Wicked Sensitive Crew.
Band Name Dropkick Murphys. Album Name The Warrior's Code. Erscheinungsdatum 2005. Labels Hellcat Records. Musik GenreFolk Punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen33.
Warrior’s Code Lyrics.
Boston's Dropkick Murphys turn in another collection of Irish-tinged punk rock on The Warrior's Code. The tempos are breakneck for the most part, and the energy is accentuated by the alternating lead vocals, a tag team of rage and bravado. That the group doesn't take itself too seriously is demonstrated on "Wicked Sensitive Crew," in which the singers discuss how they've been misunderstood as they've toured the world, when in fact they are "touchy feely sensitive guys. In 2006, the song was given greater exposure when it was used in Martin Scorsese's Academy Award-winning film The Departed. The theme of war dead is brought up to date with the closing track, "Last Letter Home," the epistolary true story of a Dropkick Murphys fan who died in Iraq; the band played at his funeral. It is here that the punk rage seems to find a purpose.
Mickey, It's a warrior's code Mickey He's got the warrior's soul. This show us the reason of the name of the album. Mickey Ward is also the one on the cover of this album. For the one that prefer more instrumental and happy song, you will surely prefer this song .This song is quite original and sound really different from usual Dropkick Murphys song. If you are a real Dropkick Murphys fans get this album you will surely like it, even for the one that don't really know the band. This album is simply great and one of the best release in punk so far this year. Believe me you will listen to it again and again.
Features Song Lyrics for Dropkick Murphys's The Warrior's Code album. Dropkick Murphys - The Warrior's Code Album Lyrics. Your Spirit's Alive Lyrics.
The Warrior’s Code rocks and rolls under reedy drones as Al Barr’s graveled voice sings and howls praise for Irish Micky Ward, a retired junior welterweight professional boxer whom the album is dedicated to. Another standout is Captain Kelly’s Kitchen, an anthemic fist-pumper that makes Dropkick Murphys sound like the bastard punk sons of the Pogues with hyper tempos rolling and pounding under accordion, fiddle, bagpipes and mandolin as Barr injects lyrics from the 1914 classic Irish canticle al (That's an Irish Lullaby). Dropkick Murphy’s fifth studio album comes out swinging and punching right from the opening notes of Your Spirit’s Alive, a tune the band penned for their friend Greg Chickenman Riley, who was killed in a 2004 motorcycle accident.
|1||Your Spirit Alive|
|2||The Warrior's Code|
|3||Captain Kelly's Kitchen|
|4||The Walking Dead|
|6||Wicked Sensitive Crew|
|9||The Green Fields Of France|
|10||Take It And Run|
|11||I'm Shipping Up To Boston|
|12||The Auld Triangle|
|13||The Last Letter Home|
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