Save Big On Open-Box & Pre-owned: Buy "Dropkick Murphys: On the Road With the Dropkick Mu...” from Amazon Warehouse Deals and save 59% off the $19.98 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all Open-Box & Pre-owned offers from Amazon Warehouse Deals.
Dropkick Murphys: On the Road With the Dropkick Murphys
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Special Offers and Product Promotions
65 Days of Hell documents DKM on tour throughout the U.S. and Canada. They drink, they skate, they bowl--they play music, too. Behind the Scenes is a rambling look at the band around the world over the course of the years. Finland, Australia, Japan--you name it. The lads have fans wherever they go. Black and Gold is a quickie capturing DMK at a Bruins game. Then you get seven music videos, one ("Barroom Hero") featuring original singer Mike McColgan (replaced by Al Barr), and a short about DKM and their second favorite holiday (Labor Day). On the Road is 260 minutes of bliss for the Dropkick Murphys aficionado. All right everyone, repeat after me: "Let's go, Murphys!" --Kathleen C. Fennessy
- Region 0 (NTSC format)
- Live show from 2002 Boston St. Patrick's Day
- All the videos from the very beginning
- Years of rare footage and home videos
- Performances from the 2003 tours and live versions of tracks from Blackout
- Mini-feature film 65 Days of Hell
- Hidden bonus scenes and more
Top Customer Reviews
I realize that I am most likely much older than their normal fan base. So that goes to show you that they can appeal to all ages. You don't have to be a kid to like this band. You just have to have a rebellious streak, like I do, at times. It definitely comes out when I watch or listen to this band. They are loud and fun.
The St. Patrick's day concert alone is worth the purchase of this dvd. Buy this dvd. You may be pleasantly surprised, like I was the first time that I heard this band. :)
1. I have a Toshiba dvd player and the disc DOES NOT play in it. It's a older dvd player but it's quite odd that it doesn't seem to play in there. Luckly I have a PS2. 2. NO DC WARPED TOUR FOOTAGE. Almost ever show is featured except for DC. I would've loved to see some footage from that show and was hoping that i'd see myself or some friends on there including my friend who the band always let sing Time To Go. 3. Though I really can't complain about much else on the dvd I did have my hopes set on seeing some even older footage from the Do Or Die/Gangs All Here era. The band said 2 years ago there would be footage of that but there is none. I would've been nice to have some old footage with Mike and Rick. 4. The St. Patrick's Day show is cool but it's the same from the live album yet a few songs (Which Side Are You On?, Nutty, and Dirty Water are left off). Original plans were to feature more than one full show from St. Patrick's Day Weekend in 2002 and 2003.
I don't wanna sound ungreatful because there is plenty of stuff on this dvd to enjoy but I was hoping for some of that stuff mentioned. It's a great dvd and one of the most jam packed dvds out there and a great buy. BTW...anyone know how to find the hidden Easter Eggs/bonus footage?
The live show is from the 2002 St Patty Day weekend shows. It's the same track list as the live CD (minus "Which Side Are You On?") Very Cool.
"65 Days in Hell" is a mini-movie shows the band traveling around the country on last year's Warped Tour. I had no idea the band was so funny. I like Ken and Al's pre-show slap fights.
"Behind the Scenes" pretty much speaks for itself. They show the guys on their European and Japan tour. They have a "Jackass" type segment where they show the band playing pranks on each other and stuff. They also show the band playing some of the Blackout songs in Providence.
"Black & Gold" shows the band playing after the Bruins game last Fall and talking about the Bruins. I think it was produced by NESN.
"Labor Day Documentary" shows the band playing at some Pro-Union rally and singing on the picket line. They also play acoustic versions of "Boys On The Docks" and "Which Side Are You On?" at the AFL-CIO.
They also have all of the band's videos. From "Barroom Hero" to "Gonna Be a Blackout".
The only complaint I have about the DVD (why I didn't give it 5 stars) doesn't involve the content. It has to do with how it was set up. In most DVD's they give you a tracklist insert so that you can skip around to what you want to see. They give a songlist, but it's all out of order. Other than that, this DVD rocks my socks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you like DKM this is a must have !A great insight to a great band .I`m an old guy and i love this !Get it !Published on May 17, 2009 by William R. Scheeler
I bought this DVD a few weeks ago, & I have watched it several times since. I got a co-worker of mine addicted to DKM, & made him watch the DVD. He loved it too! Read morePublished on October 1, 2006 by kitten
Great DVD from one of the most inovative punk rock bands around.A great mix of Punk, Hard Rock, Metal and traditional Irish music. Read morePublished on July 27, 2004 by E. Buchanan
I picked this up hoping it would change my opinion of the "new" Dropkick Murphys. I am a big fan of the original line-up with Mike McColgan singing. Read morePublished on June 1, 2004 by James C. Cabel
This is one of the greatest DVDs EVER!!!! If you are a fan of Dropkick...Big or Small THIS IS A MUST BUY! The music is awesome! and the Comedy is ever better... Read morePublished on March 22, 2004