At It Again is an album by The Dubliners and was released on the Major Minor label in 1968. It featured "The Irish Navy", a satirical song with lyrics co-written by Ronnie Drew and Luke Kelly and set to music by John Sheahan. Barney McKenna and Ciarán Bourke also feature on the album. It was re-released under the title Seven Deadly Sins. The order of the tracks varies in different re-releases.
- "Seven Deadly Sins" (McLean)
- "Net Hauling Song" (Ewan MacColl)
- "Nancy Whiskey" (Collected MacColl)
- "Many Young Men of Twenty" (Keane)
- "Instrumental medley: Paddy's Gone to France, Skylark" (Traditional)
- "Molly Bawn" (Traditional)
- "The Dundee Weaver" (Collected by Jeffrey)
- "The Irish Navy" (Drew-Kelly)
- "Tibby Dunbar" (Robert Burns and Jim McLean)
- "The Inniskillen Dragoons" (Traditional)
- "Instrumental medley: The Piper's Chair, Bill Hart's Jig, The Night of St. Patrick" (Traditional)
- "I Wish I Were Back in Liverpool" (Kelly-Rosselson)
- "'Darby O'Leary"
- "Go to Sea No More" (Collected by Halliday)