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  • In fact, check that, the performance of each musician on this track is just completely filled with energy and I think that’s an undeniable fact about the song
  • The track follows a pretty typical and straightforward structure but I just love the unique sound that this band has but also their great sense of attitude and energy, I’d certainly recommend this track


    • by Grimmy101
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      Drunken Lullabies is the title track of an album by Flogging Molly. The track starts off with an Irish sounding riff which is very characteristic of the band.

      The track soon really gets going with more instrumentation joining in to double up on this riff and give the song a very full and energetic song.

      The instrumentation of Flogging Molly is just so odd


      for a typical rock band that it allows them an extremely unique sound which not many other well known bands can really say that they have.

      However, the band obviously isn’t all about obscurity and they still have an excellent ability to write good songs to be honest.

      The vocal performance throughout the entire track is simply filled with energy.

      In fact, check that,


      • the performance of each musician on this track is just completely filled with energy and I think that’s an undeniable fact about the song.

        The vocal melody is extremely catchy and Flogging Molly is just one of those bands who will make you want to get up and just move around because of how energetic their music is.

        I’m fully positive that this song

        works better as a live track yet the band is still able to capture an excellent amount of energy even in the studio version of the song so this is great.

        The track follows a pretty typical and straightforward structure but I just love the unique sound that this band has but also their great sense of attitude and energy, I’d certainly recommend this track.




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