Runnin' Riot Reclaim The Streets

Straight outta Belfast, Runnin' Riot could be the first Irish punk band to hit it big since Stiff Little Fingers. We can thank Ken Casey, of Dropkick Murphy's fame, for bringing this record over to this side of the pond. When they're not singing about getting loaded, they take on the reviled Royal Ulster Constabulary police force, "Judge, Jury and Excutioner," and show their working class stripes on "Divide & Conquer." And it's all done in tough, sing-along, pint-raising style. You don't have to be drunk to listen to this, but it helps. The CD also includes nine live tracks. (TKO)