The Official Flogging Molly Website

The Official Flogging Molly Website

A mix of traditional Irish folk and punk music that bound to make you sing and dance even if you are not Irish.

  • This "Double LP" is a bang for the buck at under $10. And, if you buy this, Amazon has an offer for 12 months of Rolling Stone mag for just one buck! A triple whammy! Quoting from Amazon: 5 Stars You Wanted The Best? This... This "Double LP" is a bang for the buck at under $10. And, if you buy this, Amazon has an offer for 12 months of Rolling Stone mag for just one buck! A triple whammy! Quoting from Amazon: 5 Stars You Wanted The Best? This Is What Started It All..., November 16, 2003 By : "The Woj" (Downers Grove, IL) Having released 3 poorly produced studio records and one step away from the poor house...Kiss went into the studio to enhance (overdub) some recently recorded live performances. Kiss's first three albums contained some of the best rocks songs ever written, unfortunately the albums failed to capture the energy Kiss was able to produce on stage. Kiss's entire existence was riding on the sales of a double vinyl "live" album..... The result? Kiss's best album and arguably one of the best rock records ever released. An album that vaulted Kiss into the Pantheon of hard rock music forever. The songs recorded on Kiss's first 3 studio albums pale by comparison to the power, punch and sonic impact to the versions recorded on "Alive!". "Deuce" & "Strutter" begin the assault and there is no let up whatsoever. The best of it all? Ace Frehley's guitar. There is not one song here without a memorable solo or classic riffage. I could go on, but take my word for it...I bought this album over 25 years ago on vinyl and it still holds up to repeated listenings today in 2003. I would give this album 100 stars if I could. With the remastering, these songs have never sounded better. ADD TO CART NOW! "Ace Frehly lead guitar!"

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  • Anyone who likes blues, guitar, the old Cream band or just good ole fashion rock already knows and is a fan of Eric Clapton. I believe him to be perhaps one of the top 5 guitarists anywhere. Borrowing a quote from Amazon.. An... Anyone who likes blues, guitar, the old Cream band or just good ole fashion rock already knows and is a fan of Eric Clapton. I believe him to be perhaps one of the top 5 guitarists anywhere. Borrowing a quote from Amazon.. Anthony Trendl editor, HungarianBookstore.com Says it earns 5 stars... "Clapton plays guitar. His fingers dance across the strings in "Signe," with the kind of virtuosity fans of his rougher bluesy stuff might not get to hear. Every one of these songs has new life breathed into them. While songs like "Layla" from Clapton's 'Derek and the Dominos' days hardly lacked life, his unplugged versions seem to recreate the songs anew. For as good as the original versions are, Clapton shows, just as Bob Dylan often captures in his concerts, an old classic approached a new way can be a worthy thing. This a CD that is best enjoyed with headphones. Fancy stereo tricks aren't the element of beauty, but careful finger picking in the midst of a tight steel string guitar bring out the notes like salt on an already tasty meal. The whole thing is enhanced when the listener gets a chance to sit down and hear all of it. My personal favorites "Hey Hey" and the contemplative "Tears in Heaven," but, here at my keyboard late some evening, I'm finding "Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out" makes for great grooving as I write a few reviews. Get down low with "Walkin' Blues" and his slide guitar, and sadder still with "Malted Milk," a song that pierces the heart until it hurts. "Alberta" is the weakest of the tracks, sounding like he's trying to hard. "San Francisco Bay Blues" is a cool tune, but could've used a little better mixing. He seems to struggle grabbing a couple notes in the difficult, slightly Spanish-and jazz influenced "Old Love" but he pulls it out. The sum of it all is an album that's better with each year. It is among my favorites. I fully recommend "Unplugged" by Eric Clapton."

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  • Leona's new release is for any lover of Pop, Rock, Adult Contemporary and R&B; Lady GaGa, Larry Cook, Jennifer Hudson, Franz Ferdinand, Maria Carey, Natasha Bedingfield are sure to love her new CD. Best Kept Secret is 10-song ... Leona's new release is for any lover of Pop, Rock, Adult Contemporary and R&B; Lady GaGa, Larry Cook, Jennifer Hudson, Franz Ferdinand, Maria Carey, Natasha Bedingfield are sure to love her new CD. Best Kept Secret is 10-song R&B Masterpiece that showcases her incredible ability as singer and songwriter. In fact, many predict Leona would have achieved superstardom with this album. British sensation Leona Lewis has become the fourth best-selling artist worldwide in 2008, thanks to the extraordinary success of her debut album, the R.I.A.A. platinum-certified Spirit, which has sold more than four and a half million copies worldwide. In addition, Spirit has sold more than 1.17 million copies in the U.S according to Nielsen SoundScan, making 23-year-old Lewis the seventh bestselling artist in the country so far in 2008. Beyond the incredible record breaking sales and radio stories, Leona has been embraced by the the media: Oprah Winfrey exclaimed: Wow, Talk about a Star Is Born! You re the real deal, girl! Blender s cover story stated Mariah, Leona Lewis is Pops Next Megastar and Vibe describes her as a balladeer with grace, vivacity, and dignity...with a strong lithe tone that could peel paint!

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  • We just bought the Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration album... and it is absolutely wonderful. The record's rich vocals and colorful instrumentals create a concert-like setting, reprising the season's most loved hymns, carols, ... We just bought the Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration album... and it is absolutely wonderful. The record's rich vocals and colorful instrumentals create a concert-like setting, reprising the season's most loved hymns, carols, and pop standards, along with a Gaelic version of "That Night in Bethlehem." A must for the holidays!!

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