Editors' Notes The six-year break that Flogging Molly took before releasing Life Is Good only deepened the band’s blue-collar convictions, making their sixth album as charged as anything else they’ve done. "Reptiles (We Woke Up)" is a Springsteen-esque call for political activism, while "Crushed (Hostile Nations)" uses militaristic fiddles and guitars to call out the violence of oppressive states. But Flogging Molly tackle the personal as well; on the bittersweet title track, lead singer Dave King reflects on what really matters in life.

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There's Nothing Left, Pt. 1
1
2:23
 
The Hand of John L. Sullivan
2
4:00
 
Welcome To Adamstown
3
3:05
 
Reptiles (We Woke Up)
4
3:43
 
The Days We've Yet To Meet
5
3:41
 
Life Is Good
6
4:03
 
The Last Serenade (Sailors and Fishermen)
7
4:23
 
The Guns of Jericho
8
4:16
 
Crushed (Hostile Nations)
9
4:23
 
Hope
10
3:27
 
The Bride Wore Black
11
2:59
 
Until We Meet Again
12
3:53