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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/8/2008
  • Label: Lost Again Records
  • UPC: 020286122920
  • Catalog Number: 61229
  • Sales rank: 38,532

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Gaelic Storm Primary Artist
David Boyle Accordion, Keyboards
Lloyd Maines Banjo, Mandolin, Pedal Steel Guitar
Steve Twigger Guitar, Vocals, Bodhran
Jessie Burns Fiddle, Background Vocals
Jeff May Bass
Ryan Lacey Percussion, Background Vocals
Peter Purvis Bagpipes, Trombone, Human Whistle
Patrick Murphy Harmonica, Accordion, Vocals, Spoons
Technical Credits
Jim DeMain Mastering
Stephen Wehmeyer Composer
Steve Twigger Composer, Producer
Traditional Composer
Jessie Burns Composer
Ryan Lacey Producer
Peter Purvis Composer
Patrick Murphy Composer, Additional Production
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Fun For All!

    This is one of the most fun albums I own - I could listen to it over and over again (and often do) on long drives, around the house, etc. There isn't a bad song on it - every one is catchy. "The Night I Punched Russell Crowe in the Head" might be my favorite song ever - it cracks me up just thinking about it. You don't have to be an experienced Irish music fan to enjoy this album - a sense of humor is essential, but how would you get through life otherwise? It's great that Gaelic Storm is finally established enough to do their own thing - not that their arrangements of traditional songs weren't great, but they are much more than that.

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