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Live On Lansdowne, Boston MA

Dropkick Murphys

Year: 2016

Runtime: 01:16:08

Blow-your-mind live performances? Dropkick Murphys are all of those things along with their boundless enthusiasm, infectious energy and supreme devotion to their loyal fans - fans who have been eagerly awaiting this release. Recorded over 6 nights and 7 shows in March 2009 this live package puts the band's hot ticket live show experience in your own home.

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Rock, Alternative, Pop, Punk

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