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Mar 7, 2011If you love Dropkicks, you'll really love this album. Easily their best effort since "Sing Loud, Sing Proud" the conceptual overtones lend to an album that trends towards the folk roots of the band. Heavy on pipes, flute, and mandolin, the band sings songs about a fictional character that has roots in blue collar workers everywhere. The title track, "Going Out In Style" is an instant anthem for the band, with a video that is similar in style to their shows: one big party to celebrate a lifestyle.… Expand
Apr 12, 2011If you're even remotely interested in folk/punk check this out. I had always been a bit off and on with Dropkick but with this CD I can't seem to stop listening to it in the car. It's got the right amount energy, the right amount of folk, and the right amount of punk, to put it simply, it's nothing short of amazing. I love the vibe of their Boston roots, you can feel that they really went all out on this effort, and it completely paid off. If you're looking for energizing, fun music to listen to, this is a great piece of work!… Expand
Oct 2, 2012'Going Out In Style' has the exact same problem as their precursor, 'The Meanest Of Times': Most of the songs lack in having rememberable choruses, or at least guitar riffs/solos. The first three tracks of the CD are quite nice, the rest is nothing fancy. They should definitely gussy up their music with a new touch, a bagpipe used in every single song gets just boring in time. Too wishy-washy.