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What makes a band truly remarkable? Insightful lyrics? Memorable melodies? Blow-your-mind live performances? The truth is that it takes all of those things along with a boundless enthusiasm, an infectious energy and a supreme devotion to the fans. With this rare combination, a band may ascend past “good,” – or even the record industry’s Holy Grail, ... Read more in Amazon's Flogging Molly Store

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Swagger + Drunken Lullabies + Within A Mile Of Home
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  • Audio CD (27 Oct. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Burning Heart
  • ASIN: B0000DIGL7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 288,083 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Salty Dog
2. Selfish Man
3. The Worst Day Since Yesterday
4. Every Dog Has Its Day
5. Life in a Tenement Square
6. The Ol' Beggars Bush
7. The Likes of You Again
8. Black Friday Rule
9. Grace of God Go I
10. Devil's Dance Floor
11. These Exiled Years
12. Juan El Sentimental
13. Far Away Boys

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "thewalkingcontradiction" on 7 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
this is totally strange, a band which my friends all sneer at as 'old man's irish music', which does the warped tour and supports the bouncing souls (popular street punk band)
well basically think the pogues and then think better lyrics and slightly punkier rhythms and you got it
this is real irish music, not fake stuff like enya or the corrs - this is the real thing. thankyou notes to arthur guiness, songs about drinking and of course, the manditory song about livin' in america and being homesick for ireland
basically only really narrow minded people don't like this music - it can appeal to anyone. i'm a skateboarding punk and i love it, my dad's a businessman and he loves it, my grandfather is an 84 year old whiskey drinking irshman and he loves it
so just buy it
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr J Warren on 24 April 2002
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I stumbled across Flogging Molly on a Warped tour sampler and haven't looked back yet! 'Swagger' is a fantastic album full of great drinking songs, songs of lost love and hard graft. Each song tells a fantastic story of booze, brawls and adventure. Really great sound like a jam session between the Popes, Swingin' Utters and Dropkick Murphys, but still sounding original. You'll feel like you've heard all these cracking songs before, and you have...they're the tunes in your head as last call is shouted, when carrying your hod, when you're off to foreign shores searching for work. Cracking band, classic album. Buy, buy, buy!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By "stoateek" on 7 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
What an awesome albulm, from the fast-string intro to drunken lullabies to the melodic far away boys... To the drunken faced morning stumble home of never see the likes of you again... 'Travelled all these years he said, to only get this far, crossed the street, found a seat, his home is now a bar...'
This was my first intro to Molly and I can only say it leaves me quite happy that there exists such music. It's started me on the long road to Celtic-Punk which is proving as destructive as the music is brilliiant. A must for anyone who wants lively music which drives the soul and grips the mind...
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. Flowers on 12 Dec. 2003
Format: Audio CD
The first studio album, Swagger is a phenomenal work in it's own respect. It doesn't have the same tone as Drunken Lullabies, but it is none the weaker for it. There is one thing this album has that no other album, from any band (including Flogging Molly) could ever replace - and that thing is a song we call "Black Friday Rule". This is quite possibly the ultimate song. Not because of what it is on the album, but what it turn's into on stage. I've personally seen it live three times, and each time was like a high point in my life.
Of course, there are other songs on this album, such as "The Likes of You Again", which is constantly in a struggle between "The Rare Ould Times" for my favorite Flogging Molly song. It's so great, it's hard to describe.
Swagger is a different mix of song styles than Drunken Lullabies, but it is it's equal in quality. A bit harder to locate in music stores, this is an essential part of the Flogging Molly experience.
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Format: Audio CD
Some might say that Swagger is, quite simply, the best album FM ever produced with the possible exception of the brilliant 2008 release; Float. Even today it royally upstages Within a Mile from Home and Drunken Lullabies, which are each definitely worth a buy. Of course, if you're reading this on Amazon then this is probably nothing new to you, but perchance you're a newcomer to the scene with Float and are looking into Flogging Molly's older releases, I couldn't recommend anywhere better to start. Enjoy, and shimmy onwards.

(Heh, heh... Swaggar? Good times.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MindtheDoors on 6 Feb. 2011
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I enjoyed this album and would buy more from this band. I would go to see them live on the basis of this album.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sharkman@ntlworld.com on 27 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I'm not sure how I stumbled across this album, but as a Celt, boy am I glad I did! But suffice to say I'm the only person in UK I know who has heard of Flogging Molly! So, If any UK Irish folk rock lovers see this, I STRONGLY suggest they acquire this album, it's a real treat!
Having seen the Pogues in their heyday, I can say without fear of contradiction, that these guys (and gal) are as good if not better! Lofty praise indeed.
This does not happen very often, but I actually like the whole bloody album, not just a couple of trax!
There are some real choice trax here; from kickers like "Every Dog'" and "Black Friday Rule", to the more eccentric trax like "Sentimental Johnny"!
The latter, maybe some of my fellow Irish music lovers from across the pond will be able to tell me, appears to be about Johnny Cash! Is this
assumption correct?
Well I've rambled on enough and I look forward to hearing the new album! Will be ready and waiting for the start of the world tour!!!!
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