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I'm Shipping Up To Boston

I'm Shipping Up To Boston

June 15, 2005
4.7 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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I'm Shipping Up To Boston
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With it's use in movies like "The Departed" and in commercials for Samuel Adams beers, this track has become something of an unofficial anthem for the city of Boston. It's Irish influences are front and center and there's a hard rocking feel to it that always gets me pumped up. The only slight distraction is that the words aren't so much sung as screamed. I don't mind a bit of yelling in a song when it feels right, but personally I prefer if it's reserved for only key parts of the song rather than every point at which there are lyrics. So it's not a song you can sing along to, but you can certainly drunkly scream along to it.
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Special song that had memories associated with it from a recent trip. Glad to be able to locate easily and download to computer this single from the group. Very pleased with quality and availability through Amazon.
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I wish this band made more music similar to this song, but I don't know how this song could be topped. It hits just the right balance between Celtic and Rock - I know they are punk band but I call it Rock in this song. This song is a "Celtic Rocker" song that I loved from the minute I heard it in the Sam Adams commercial. Nothing better than a pegged leg sailor beer drinking song.
I hope they make more.
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great song by a good group.first heard of them from my daughter who played in Boston College Screaming Eagles Marching Band. the group's cover version "For Boston" BC fight song was great. smart move to put this song in "The Departed". also a lot of people's cellphones.
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Good, strong Irish rock. Perfect for getting you moving.

This song has a lot of energy to it and is what I use to get myself going when I have a day of work in front of me that I don't feel up to doing. It makes you want to get up, move, and conquer the world.

Good song. Should be on everyone's playlist.
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By shmash on November 17, 2012
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I dare you to listen to this song and tell me it doesn't get you pumped up for some serious action. I love to listen to this song while working out, but most of all during Notre Dame football games. I blare this song when the Irish are in need of some serious plays on the football. Get this song and get pumped!
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just shout this about twenty times and you've sung half the song already.
Catchy tune, lots of power. Trying to convince my son to find a banjo and
accordion player for his band (pop/alternative) but he says no.
Really, I like the song, Jerry Doyle uses it for bumper music sometimes
and I found it by accident looking for something by Flogging Molly.
Best part was, I think, was it was either free or just a buck.
An Irishman walks out of a pub... hey, it could happen.
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This is angry Irish-American turn-it-up-to-eleven punk...love it! Best taken in small doses, but required listening when you're really pissed off.
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