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I've been listening to irish punk for a while now and I've found many great bands but Neck has to be near the top of my list. I am most impressed by the tin whistler, she's amazing probably the best I've ever heard. For the longest time I thought Flogging Molly was by far the best and no one could come close to them but that's before a found this album, now they're tied with Neck. I'm surprised that they're not that popular, Neck's head man Leeson played in Shane MacGowan and the Popes. They're probably more popular than I think they are anyway......WHY ARE YOU LISTENING TO MY RAMBLE ON JUST GET THIS if you don't already have it.

Thank You iTunes!

Amazing Irish Punk album. This is the kind of music you drink to! "Star of the County Down" by far my favorite song. Buy this.

Good album

I recently found this band through Pandora radio. The first song I heard from these guys was Blood on the Streets, and i quite enjoyed it, I myself typically listen to The Real Mckenzies, The Killigans, and The Young Dubliners more often, but i found this Album much to my liking, I'll be sure to purchase or a least check out any future albums. Over all it's a great album, and I would at least suggest purchasing a few songs if not all. Keep on rocking.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A band that started out with one name and morphed into another — that's the story of Neck, now known as Christiana. Neck began as a trio with guitarist/vocalist Dave Rodgers, bassist/vocalist Alastair Macleod, and drummer Paul Boddum. That lineup released one 7", two LPs, and one single. As Macleod departed, Rodgers' friend Andrew McAllister was brought in. They recorded one EP under the name Neck, before Rodgers' old Development Site bandmate Jonny Dovercourt (aka Jonathan Bunce) entered the...
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