About this hidden track
(Title Unknown) is a hidden song by Dropkick Murphys from their album The Gang’s All Here.
Quote from the band: “The title track of the CD has a secret that caught most people by surprise, a hidden track at the end. It’s Rick’s answering machine.”
About The Gang’s All Here
The Dropkick Murphys’ album The Gang’s All Here is a classic representation of their unique Celtic punk sound. Released in 1999, the album contains 16 tracks that showcase the band’s ability to blend traditional Irish instrumentation with punk rock energy. The title track sets the tone for the album with its rousing chorus and driving rhythms. Other standout tracks include “Blood and Whiskey,” which features a haunting bagpipe melody, and “Pipebomb on Lansdowne,” which is a fast-paced ode to their hometown of Boston.
The album also features covers of traditional Irish songs like “The Fighting 69th” and “Amazing Grace,” as well as a cover of The Clash’s “Career Opportunities” that the band puts their own spin on. The lyrics throughout the album touch on themes of Irish pride, working-class struggles, and the bond of brotherhood. The Gang’s All Here is a must-listen for fans of both punk rock and traditional Irish music.
How to find this hidden track
On CD: Play through the last track (“The Gang’s All Here”)
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