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Unfinished Business

by Prydein

This isn't you're typical, airy, mystical celtic album. It's Celtic-Rock. Full on rock band backing up the highland bagpipe.
Genre: Rock: Celtic Rock
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1. Farewell to Eirann
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2. Minor Adjustments
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3. Star of the County Down
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4. Something Skattish
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5. Baertohn Concerto
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6. Wild Mountain Thyme
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7. Paddy's Leather Britches/Mike and the Antipypr
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8. Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
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9. Hector the Hero
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10. Scotsman's Blues
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11. the Gaelic Conspiracy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With the demise of Whisky Before Breakfast in November of 1999 a void was left in the lives of Aron Garceau and Iain Mac Harg. So many tunes, so many things left unsaid, arrangements that would never see the light of day. There was business left to attend to and there was really only one thing left to do; build from the ashes.

Like a rising phoenix comes Prydein. Now teamed up with Andy Smith and Caleb Bronz, Iain and Aron are taking care of a little Unfinished Business.

From folk rock to 80's rock, it's all Celtic Rock when it's mixed with the sound of the Scottish Bagpipe. Original arrangements and old tunes form a new music and it never sounded so good

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Matthew S. Hayes

You gotta hear this!
I live in an area where people love jam bands like Moe, Phish, The Dead....I prefer rock music and have always loved the pipes! Wanted something as Irish as the Dropkick Murphys or Flogging Molly. Here it is...Prydein! These guys to me sit squarely in the middle. If you love the Murphys or Molly, you\'ll love them...if you love the Dead or Moe, you\'ll love them. I went to my local bartender who is a big jam band chick and she played this CD and their other CD Loud Pipes (Save Lives) all night! The patrons of the bar first asked, \"WTF is this????\" because it is so different but before long most everyone was really digging it! Buy it! But be careful, driving while listening to Prydein will make you grin from ear to ear and definitely get you a speeding ticket!
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