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Cruachan is a heavy metal band from Dublin, Ireland formed as a result of the disbandment

of a previous band called 'Minas Tirith'. Probably took their name from the ancient city

of the same name, which was the capital of the old Irish kingdom of Connacht. They mix

Celtic music, history and mythology with black metal. But there is a lot more to them than

just that: elaborate classical pieces, ancient medieval tunes, etc. They also use real

instruments rather than relying solely on a keyboard or sampler. The use of these instruments

also adds an element of curiosity in live shows due to each member's ability to play a variety

of instruments.

Cruachan's black metal influence has become diluted in recent releases, and most fans only

consider their first album Tuatha Na Gael to be black metal, recent work has become more

melodic, with softer vocals, courtesy of Karen Gilligan, who joined after the release of

Tuatha Na Gael. There is more of a metal sound to Pagan (as compared to The Middle Kingdom

and Folk-Lore), very similar to the sound of their first album Tuatha Na Gael. However,

there is still plenty of folk sound to it. That is probably what makes this release the most

versatile: it can please the most diehard metal fans, but also those fans who have grown to

love the folk aspect of Cruachan.

They consider themselves as modern day bards or storytellers. They tell the old

Celtic myths and legends of their proud past, or the tales of hardship and rebellion

that Ireland endured, through the medium of music...To put it all simply...Cruachan are

storytellers...no more, no less.





[color=#bf0000][b]Genre:[/b][/color] Celtic/Folk Metal

[color=#bf0000][b]Lyrical theme(s):[/b][/color] Celtic Folklore, Irish History, Mythology

[color=#bf0000][b]Country:[/b][/color] Ireland (Dublin)



[color=#bf0000][b]Current line-up:[/b][/color]

[b]Keith Fay[/b] (O'Fathaigh) - Vocals, Guitar, Bodhran, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Banjo, Percussion (Wolfmare)

[b]John Clohessy[/b] - Bass, Backing Vocals (Crypt (Irl))

[b]Colin Purcell[/b] - Drums, Percussion (Lunar Gate, Eden Obscured, Sol Axis, Dreamsfear, Kingdom (Irl))

[b]John Ryan[/b] - Tin Whistle, Violin, Banjo, Bouzouki, Keyboards (Sinister Demise)



[color=#bf0000]Former/past member(s)[/color]

[b]Karen Gilligan[/b] - Vocals, Percussion (Wolfmare)

[b]John O' Fathaigh[/b] - Irish Flute, Tin Whistle, Uilleann Pipes, Low Whistle (1992-2003)

[b]Jay O'Niell[/b] - Drums, Percussion

[b]Collete O'Fathaigh[/b] - Keyboards

[b]Leon Bias[/b] - Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Bouzouki

[b]Aisling Hanrahan[/b] - Vocals

[b]Joe Farrell[/b] - Drums, Percussion







[align=center][color=yellow][b]Tuatha Na Gael[/b][/color][/align]

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[b]Full-length[/b], Nazgul's Eyrie Productions

1995



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 56:51 min

[b]Size:[/b] 131.67 Mb

    

[b]Line-up:[/b]

Keith O'Fathaigh : Guitars, vocals, mandolin, bodhran

Leon Bias : Acoustic guitars, mandolin, bouzouki

John Clohessy : Bass

Collete O'Fathaigh : Keyboards

John O'Fathaigh : Irish Flute, tin whistles, low whistles, recorde

Jay O'Niell : Drums, percussion



Guest musicians:

Niamh Hanlon : Uilleann Pipes

Paul Kerns : Backing vocals (Tracks 2 & 5)



This album was re-released in 2001 through Hammerheart Records. It includes the

entire Promo '97 demo as a bonus:

10 - Return (6:33)

11 - Erinsong (4:54)

12 - Óró Sé Do Bheatha Abhaile (3:44)



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - I Am Tuan (2:23)

2 - The First Battle of Moytura (7:45)

3 - Maeves' March (3:32)

4 - Fall of Gondolin (8:04)

5 - Cúchulainn (7:05)

6 - Taín Bó Cuailgne (8:45)

7 - To Invoke the Horned God (6:13)

8 - Brian Boru (4:40)

9 - To Moytura We Return (8:24)





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[align=center][color=yellow][b]The Middle Kingdom[/b][/color][/align]

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[b]Full-length[/b], Hammerheart Records

2000



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 44:38 min

[b]Size:[/b] 102 Mb



[b]Line-up:[/b]

Keith Fay (O'Fathaigh) : Vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bodhran,

mandolin, bones

Joe Farrell : Drums, percussion

Karen Gilligan : Vocals, percussion,

John Clohessy : Bass, backing vocals

John O'Fathaigh : Irish flute, tin whistles, low whistles, recorder, uilleann

pipes



Limited Edition Digipak version contains the bonus track:

11 - To Hell Or To Connaught (3:52)



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - A Celtic Mourning (4:01)

2 - Celtica (Voice of the Morrigan) (5:38)

3 - The Fianna (4:53)

4 - A Druids Passing (3:22)

5 - Is Fuair An Chroí (4:51)

6 - Cattle Raid of Cooley (Taín Bó Cuailgne) (4:46)

7 - The Middle Kingdom (4:38)

8 - Óró Sé Do Bheatha Abhaile (4:17)

9 - Unstabled (Steeds of Macha) (4:26)

10 - The Butterfly (3:46)





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Also available on the following thread:

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[align=center][color=yellow][b]Ride On[/b][/color][/align]

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[b]Single[/b], Hammerheart Records

2001



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//192 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 14:38 min

[b]Size:[/b] 20.3 Mb     



[b]Line-up:[/b]

Keith Fay : Vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bodhran, mandolin, bouzouki,

banjo, keyboards, spoon

Joe Farrell : Drums, percussion

Karen Gilligan : Vocals

John Clohessy : Bass

John O' Fathaigh : Irish flute, tin-whistles, recorder, pipes



The track "Ride On" features the famous Shane Mac Gowan (singer of The

Pogues).



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - Ride On (4:39)

2 - Maeves' March (2001) (3:09)

3 - To Hell or to Connaught (3:46)

4 - Sauron (3:04)





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[align=center][color=yellow][b]Folk-Lore[/b][/color][/align]

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[b]Full-length[/b], Hammerheart Records

February 4th, 2002     



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 51:43 min

[b]Size:[/b] 125 Mb



[b]Line-up:[/b]

Keith Fay : Vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bodhran, mandolin, bouzouki,

banjo, percussion

Joe Farrell : Drums, percussion

Karen Gilligan : Vocals, percussion

John Clohessy : Bass, backing vocals

John O' Fathaigh : Irish flute, tin-whistles, recorder, low whistle



Guest musicians:

Shan Mac Gowan : Vocals

Diane O' Keefe : Cello

Liz Keller : Fiddle, Violin

Louise Fay : Speaking part - Ossian's Return



* The bonus track 'To Invoke the Horned God' appears only on the digipack

version.



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - Bloody Sunday (4:15)

2 - The Victory Reel (1:21)

3 - Death of a Gael (5:38)

4 - The Rocky Road to Dublin (3:07)

5 - Ossian's Return (4:44)

6 - Spancill Hill (6:00)

7 - The Children of Lir (5:08)

8 - Ride On (4:41)

9 - Susie Moran (4:11)

10 - Exiles (6:36)

11 - To Invoke The Horned God *    (6:02)





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[align=center][color=yellow][b]Pagan[/b][/color][/align]

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[b]Full-length[/b], Karmageddon Media

April 1st, 2004



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 52:31 min

[b]Size:[/b] 121 Mb     



[b]Line-up:[/b]

Keith Fay (O'Fathaigh) : Vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bodhran,

mandolin, bouzouki, banjo, percussion

Joe Farrell : Drums, percussion

Karen Gilligan : Vocals, percussion,

John Clohessy : Bass, backing vocals



Guest musicians:

John O'Fathaigh : Irish flute, tin whistles, low whistles, recorder, bombarde,

live keyboards

Tommy Martin : Uilleann pipes

Chris Kavanagh : Vocals (Track 8)

Diane O' Keefe : Cello

Michelle O' Brien : Fiddle



The cover art was made by John Howe, who also did the illustrations of the

books "The Lord of The Rings". The cover is a painting called "Celtic Myth".



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - Michael Collins (3:51)

2 - Pagan (5:07)

3 - The Gael (4:02)

4 - Ard Rí Na Heirann (5:03)

5 - March to Cluain Tairbh (2:00)

6 - Viking Slayer (4:15)

7 - 1014 A.D. (3:36)

8 - Some Say the Devil Is Dead (3:13)

9 - Summoning of the Sidhe (3:00)

10 - 1000 Years (3:51)

11 - Lament for the Wild Geese (1:28)

12 - Erinsong (5:19)

13 - The Fall of Gondolin (7:46)





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[align=center][color=yellow][b]The Morrigan's Call[/b][/color][/align]

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[b]Full-length[/b], Karmageddon Media

November 17th, 2006



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 47:08 min

[b]Size:[/b] 110 Mb



[b]Line-up:[/b]        

Karen Gilligan: Vocals, Percussion.

Keith Fay: Elec & Acoustic guitar, Vocals, Keyboard,

Bouzouki, Banjo, Bodhran, Mandolin, Percussion.

John Clohessy: Bass, Backing Vocals.

Joe Farrell: Drums, Percussion.

John Ryan Will: Tin Whistle, Violin, Banjo, bouzouki, keyboard.



Recorded at Sun Studios in Dublin



Bonus tracks for Japan:

13 - Bloody Sunday (Unplugged) (02:30)

14 - Timmy (01:52) a.k.a. 'Little Timmy Scumbag'



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - Shelob (3:05)

2 - The Brown Bull of Cooley (5:26)

3 - Coffin Ships (1:50)

4 - The Great Hunger (6:10)

5 - The Old Woman in the Woods (1:52)

6 - Ungoliant (3:56)

7 - The Morrigan's Call (1:52)

8 - Téir Abhaile Riú (4:16)

9 - Wolfe Tone (2:58)

10 - The Very Wild Rover (4:04)

11 - Cúchulainn (6:24)

12 - Diarmuid and Grainne (5:15)





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[color=yellow][b]Celtica[/b][/color]

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[spoiler][b]Demo[/b], Independent

1994



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//128 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 27:24 min

[b]Size:[/b] 25.2 Mb



Some versions alternately feature "Tir no Bréagah" in place of "Scéal Na Fianna"

(both performed live)



F.M.C.D.A.C.A.K.A.F.G.H. reportedly stands for:

"Finn Mac Cumhaill Drove a Car and Killed a Few Grunge Heads"    



[b]Tracklist:[/b]    

1 - To Moytura We Return (7:55)

2 - Maeves' March (1:51)

3 - Cúchulainn (6:16)

4 - Battle Frenzy (0:44)

5 - The Voyage of Bran (4:41)

6 - To Invoke the Horned God (5:57)

7 - F.M.C.D.A.C.A.K.A.F.G.H.        

8 - Scéal Na Fianna (live)



2 tracks missing (song 7 and 8 are not in the .rar)  

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[color=yellow][b]Promo '97[/b][/color]

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[spoiler][b]Demo[/b], Independent

1997



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 15:11 min

[b]Size:[/b] 34.1 Mb



[b]Line-up:[/b]

Keith Fay : Guitars, vocals, keyboard, madolin

Aisling Hanrahan : Vocals

John Clohessy : Bass

Jay Brennan : Acoustic guitars

John O'Fathaigh : Tin whistle, flute

Jay O'Niell : Drums, percussion



The whole promo was added as a bonus on the 'Tuatha na Gael' re-release.    



[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - Return (6:33)

2 - Erinsong (4:54)

3 - Óró Sé Do Bheatha Abhaile (3:44)



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[color=yellow][b]A Celtic Trilogy[/b][/color]

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[spoiler][b]Boxed set[/b], Hammerheart Records

2002



Limited to 500 copies.



Contains the first three studio releases.

CD 1 - Tuatha Na Gael 56:51

CD 2 - The Middle Kingdom 44:38    

CD 3 - Folk-Lore 45:41    



Total playing time 2:27:10 hours

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[color=yellow][b]The Very Wild Rover[/b][/color]

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[spoiler][b]Single[/b], Black Lotus Records

May 2006



In addition to the title cut, the single was supposed to contain the bonus songs

"Bloody Sunday Unplugged", "Timmy" and "Brian Boru", but this single was never

released because on May 19, Greek label Black Lotus Records issued the following

statement on their official website:



"Black Lotus Records announces the postponement of the currently announced titles,

for an undetermined amount of time, as it's in the process of reconstruction

and on the lookout for new collaborators."



...Obviously the label went bankrupt...



[/spoiler]







[color=yellow][b]A Celtic Legacy[/b][/color]

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[spoiler][b]Best of/Compilation[/b], Karmageddon Media

July 16th, 2007



[b]Info:[/b] [Mp3//320 kbps//44100Hz Stereo]

[b]Length:[/b] 1:05:33 hours

[b]Size:[/b] 152 Mb



Tracks 13 and 14 are previously unreleased.



This compilation was an effort by Karmageddon to make money using material from

one of their former bands. The bandmembers wheren't notified about it, and thus

not happy with the release of this compilation.

    

[b]Tracklist:[/b]

1 - I Am Tuan (2:23)

2 - Cuchulainn (7:05)

3 - To Invoke the Horned God (6:13)

4 - Celtica (5:40)

5 - Cattle Raid of Cooley (4:47)

6 - The Middle Kingdom (4:41)

7 - Death of a Gael (5:40)

8 - The Children of Lir (5:09)

9 - Ride On (4:41)

10 - Michael Collins (3:51)

11 - Some Say the Devil Is Dead (3:13)

12 - The Fall of Gondolin (7:48)

13 - Timmy (a.k.a. "Little Timmy Scumbag") (1:52)

14 - Bloody Sunday (Unplugged) (2:30)



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