Category Archives: Rock

  1. Aliens, an Album by Horslips. Released in November on DJM (catalog no. DJF ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Celtic Rock, Folk decerkaltmasmortbemejaffvanvicharlai.xyzinfog: Ferdias.
  2. Dec 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Táin on Discogs. Label: DJM Records (2) - DJF • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Prog Rock/5(7).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Táin on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - ATL 50 • Format: Vinyl Album, LP • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • /5(4).
  4. The Ferdia motif lingers for the start of another instrumental, Gae Bolga, but is quickly overwhelmed by the Setanta motif. This track closes side one of the vinyl album and represents Ferdia's defeat at the hands of Setanta (Cu Chulainn). After three days of single combat, Cu Chulainn kills his close friend with his supernatural spear, Gae Bolga/5(14).
  5. Featuring Horslips’ most successful and now legendary track Dearg Doom, this album has informed the careers of everyone from Thin Lizzy to U2 to poet Seamus Heaney This release heralds the first authorised vinyl pressing of the epic masterpiece since the band’s own Oats Records copies were issued in Missing: Ferdias.
  6. In , the LP was re-released in UK together with The High Reel, added as the last track. This is widely considered to be the first Celtic rock album ever recorded. With this, Horslips took the lead in Irish music of the time and created an original mixture from traditional Irish tunes and rock music. The album's name itself is that of an 5/5(1).
  7. Not sure what brought Horslips back within my radar recently, but over a decade after selling my entire + vinyl collection I hunted down CD copies of both The Táin and this later, perhaps more famous, and often described as `career defining' album: The Book of Invasions/5(32).
  8. Aug 04,  · Well I can tell you that two of my brothers in law, Alan and Norman went to the Dublin gig, but I haven't had any feedback from them yet. Last year Alan visited us in Downunderland and promised to send me a copy of Book Of Invasions on CD to complement the vinyl album I bought in a little record shop in Dublin in after having seen Horslips in concert in decerkaltmasmortbemejaffvanvicharlai.xyzinfog: Ferdias.
  9. After the lacklustre Unfortunate Cup of Tea, the next album was going to be a watershed for Horslips. In the end, they returned broadly to the formula that had brought them so much acclaim for The Tain and produced a concept album based on Irish mythology and full of great songs Missing: Ferdias.

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