The Gang's All Here is the second album released by AmericanCeltic punk band the Dropkick Murphys. It is their first album with Al Barr (ex-vocalist for The Bruisers) who replaced founding singer Mike McColgan in 1998 after he left the band to become a firefighter, and later form his own Punk Rock band Street Dogs. With Barr, the band released their first 7" EP together, 1998's "Curse of a Fallen Soul" prior to recording the album. "10 Years of Service" was the album's first and only single and music video, which got some minor airplay on MTV's 120 Minutes, a first for the band.
Allmusic gave The Gang's All Here a score of three out of five stars, and said that while the album "[took] up the expected us-against-the-world pose," its songwriting was of a higher standard than contemporary punk albums.PopMatters noted that "A charmfully, mangled, punked-up 'Amazing Grace' only adds to fun, wild ride 'The Gang’s All Here' guarantees."