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With A Twisted Grin

by Clatterbone

Raucous, kickin', Celtic rock.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Wild Rover
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2. Chubby's Troubles
3:36 $0.99
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3. Whiskey Watered Down
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4. Blackleg Miner
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5. The MacGregors
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6. Donald MacGillavry
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7. The Train
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8. Burning Sands
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9. Follow Me Up To Carlow
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10. Ironman
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11. The DreadNaught
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12. Gypsy Set
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Clatterbone plays adrenalized Celtic rock featuring Highland bagpipes, guitar, bass, and drums. Clatterbone aims to create a fast-paced, energetic, original sound by combining the traditional Celtic genre with an unapologetically rock rhythm section.

Clatterbone's first release, "With A Twisted Grin" is a hyper-energized collection of traditional and original material played hard and fast.

KSER 90.7 FM's David MacFarlane said about Clatterbone:

"ClatterBone is one of the best new Celtic rock groups I've heard" and "I have seen ClatterBone perform live several times, and each time they literally brought the house down! People were pounding the tables and stomping their feet, shouting, 'More, more!'"

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Erin Coye


Winner of Erin's 2005 5 dollar bin CD contest. Each year I buy a stack of 5 dollar CD's and this one topped the list. Fun hard pounding celtic Rock with a nice balence of styles. Raquay's Dust won 2004's contest.
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Elizabeth

Amazing and fun! Can't get it out of your head!
Wonderful album! I haven't gone one day without listening to it since it arrived. It makes you want to dance all night!
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Christiana Nutter

FABULOUS
Foot stomping, swinging good time. Bagpipes meet punk. Soulful Burning Sands even more applicable today than when written about (I am assuming) the Desert Storm time. Highly recommend, however, you should have a love of bagpipes.
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Amanda

I think that this CD is amazing!! I love it. It was Irish folk with a twist!
I love this band!!! They are the most amazing thing ever!! The songs are so different and it give you a new mixture to add to your music collection. They are the kind of band that you just have to sing along with!
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valle

Good fun, enthusiastic, worth the price of admission
Good fun, it felt as if they enjoyed making the CD, though not perfect, part of the appeal, it certainly beats the overly thought out, processed pap of mainstream radio. I especially enjoyed their enthusiastic rendition of Black Leg Miner and Follow Me to Carlow. I'd give their next CD a listen.
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LORI

Real authentic Irish music mixed with today's sound, really great!
I liked the music on this CD because it was different. It is not your everyday dull Irish songs. It has a kick to it and keeps you dancing.
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Karen

A toe-tappin' knee thumpin' good time!
This Cd is a great blend of many different influences measured well against the traditional Irish musical flare for catchy tunes and energetic rhythms.
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Daren

Really fun to listen too.
This CD is a lot of fun to listen to, especially Whiskey Watered Dow. I think if you involve bagpipes in your music, you have to have at least one song start with a barroom discussion. :) Ironman and Burning Sands (very relevant with current world events) are also really great.
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