The Meanest of Times - Dropkick Murphys

The Meanest of Times

Dropkick Murphys

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2007-09-18
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15
  • ℗ 2007 Born & Bred Records

The Meanest of Times ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Famous for Nothing Dropkick Murphys 2:46
God Willing Dropkick Murphys 3:16
The State of Massachusetts Dropkick Murphys 3:52
Tomorrow's Industry Dropkick Murphys 2:18
Echoes On 'A.' Street Dropkick Murphys 3:17
Vices and Virtues Dropkick Murphys 2:11
Surrender Dropkick Murphys 3:14
(F)lannigan's Ball Dropkick Murphys 3:39
I'll Begin Again Dropkick Murphys 2:38
Fairmount Hill Dropkick Murphys 3:58
Loyal to No One Dropkick Murphys 2:25
Shattered Dropkick Murphys 2:47
Rude Awakenings Dropkick Murphys 3:23
Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya Dropkick Murphys 3:54
Never Forget Dropkick Murphys 2:49


  • Green blooded sensation

    By Austinmurphys
    This album is an all out rock out that i can listen to over and over. No one does green like Dropkick Murphys
  • Best ever

    By Aman155
    In my opinion Johnny I hardly knew is the best song. State of massechusets Is the second. Well heck who cares. It's awesome!
  • Wow Where do I start

    By Iron Man Moran
    This Album bring out the meanest of times within the lyrics from the DSS in "State of Massachusetts" to those kind of Bum who hate everyone in "Loyal to No One" it awesome Great Album I love "Johnny I hardly knew Ya"
  • Repetitive, yet never overlistened.

    By SouthBostonFaithful
    I read a review once that said, all of their songs sound the same. I agree, most do sound similar, but every once in a while, isn't it nice to have a whole hour of pure, thick Irish rock? (Not correct genre, but close enough...) And all of their songs sing about the underdog, and how they never get their chance. That's an anthem worth repeating. I myself am a Boston native, and am proud to have this band as a bragging right when in other citys.
  • Best yet

    By rosesguns
    a perfect punk album
  • Great Album

    By Jonnie B. Good
    I was really amazed at how great of an album this was. It was truly unexpected.
  • Best Dropkick Yet, coming from a YANKEES FAN

    By Giants56
    Best Dropkick Yet, coming from a YANKEES FAN
  • Great Album

    By Rocker#44
    Not as good as the warrior's code but still a great album. (F)lannigan's Ballm Loyal to No One, and Johnny, I hardley knew you are some of the more catchy tunes
  • Lot Like Flogging Molly

    By Seamen
    Personally this album is taking a long time to grow on me, especially when compared with Warrior's Code. They sound a lot like flogging molly, just a little rougher, in this album...and i am more than ready to just listen to flogging molly for this type of music. Dropkick needs to go back to their barhall covers and the earlier anything before the departed
  • Awesome. 5-stars.

    By Noxtion
    Every song was great. Very impressed. Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya was a personal favorite, along with (F)lannigan's Ball and Echoes On 'A.' Street. They were some moving songs, great meanings behind them, much feeling or relations. Along with the great beats and such. Makes you want to sway with mugs in your hand or attempt an Irish folk dance. Perfect. Five stars, hands down.