11 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

luvmybigpunkrockmuscle ,

Decent

At first it seem like a solid album but the The more a listen to the less I like.
Not terrible by any means, pretty standard SD and I really like them and their message, but not a fan of this.
Edit: new drummer...boo

mike55229 ,

A Must Have!

Amazing band, been into these guys since the beginning and this may be their best effort. It’s all there..heartfelt lyrics, catchy singalongs and just good old fashioned punk rock n roll. Strongly recommend this one!

H8socialmedia ,

Not a Fanboy, Sorry

Let's be honest, when Mike M sings, it's glorious Street Dogs legacy, but I'm going to be the one honest punk rocker on iTunes and say that there can be a great album with some terrible songs. Sorry Fanboys, but clearly "Mary on Believer Street" is one of the worst songs I've ever heard. It sounds like a bad joke. Should we fear more to come?? Also, I don't need to hear some dumb rapper ruining my Street Dogs album (Slaine, Lame- whoever that is). Why the copycat need to embrace hip-hop or rap into music where people actually compose real music?? I'm over that.
Also- I can't find the liner notes, but whomever is "singing" on songs like ":Never Above You.." is also awful. Sounds like idiot knuckle draggers that think Judge was artistic. Sigh
I love this band, and think that the "Street Dogs" album belongs in the greatest of all time (considering it took more than a few listens to warm up to some directions they took), but this album scares me a bit. Please leave the vocals to Mike. Frat boys listen to the Dropkick Murphys- I don't want that. I just long for that heart & soul that only Mike M can bring to the name. Still joyous to have this new material, but I'll be deleting the garbage tracks to pretend they don't exist.

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