Irish Punks Top Albums Of 2013

2013 has been an incredible year for Celtic Punk. We’ve seen Ken Casey throw a Nazi off stage, a steam punk puppet chasing whiskey all over the United States, Sir Reg continuing to grow and becoming the new favorite band for a lot of people, and numerous tours and festivals that have attracted new fans to the scene.

Of course this year has also been filled with dozens of great releases. The staff has compiled a list of what we think are some of the best releases of the year. We decided by taking a look at the rating the albums were given, plus how much time we spent blasting it through our speakers.

Album Of The Year

1.) The Tossers – The Emerald City

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2.) Bodh’aktan – Tant qu’il restera du rhum
Tant qu’il restera du rhum
3.) Irish Moutarde – Raise ‘Em All

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4.) Sir Reg – 21st Century Loser

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5.) Lexington Field- No Man’s War

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6.) The Lagan – Where’s Your Messiah Now

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7.) Bastards On Parade – Empty Bottles & Broken Things

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8.) Dropkick Murphys – Signed and Sealed In Blood

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9.) Tortilla Flat – The Great Escape

10.) Brutus Daughters – Beating Beyond Folk Ashes

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