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9

This is an amazing album! Not a single subpar song. Rock, Celtic, acoustic and on and on. This band can play! Keep up the great work...

WOW!

each and every record label should be kicking themselves in the nether regions right now! they failed on this one.. how ANY intelligent label could pass on this is beyond me. the boys set out to make an album for the people, and they hit it out of the freaknin park! it starts off strong and never lets up! this is a must buy! when they put out the call for funds, I hopped on ASAP. and did they ever deliver!

Back to what I love

Love this album. It takes me back to Absolutely, which was the first dub album I heard. This is one to listen straight through-

Biography

Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dublin natives Keith Roberts (vocals, guitar) and Paul O'Toole (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica) formed the Young Dubliners in the early 1990s after meeting one another in a Los Angeles pub. Roberts had been tweaking some Irish ballads of his own and opted that a band would be in order. O'Toole obliged, as well as Brendan Holmes (bass). They introduced their hearty rock sound on the Rocky Road EP in 1994; their first studio album Breathe appeared a year later, as well as new member Charles Waltz...
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Nine, Young Dubliners
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, World
  • Released: Mar 04, 2014

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