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I have always disliked when songs have been reworked in the past - but OMG this is fantastic. The orchestral acompaniment just gives this album a new depth...

Great reworking

The orchestral reworking of some of the best tracks of both albums, give them all a different edge, would have liked to have seen "run" in amongst them, but great nonetheless!

Rip off

I've already purchased the album and think a lower charge would have been more palatable - I wait for the album to be remained in HMV then buy it. great fan of Amy she is so talented.


Born: 25 August 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Amy Macdonald is a Scottish singer/songwriter who, at the age of 20, began topping the European charts with her Celtic-tinged folk music. Born on August 25, 1987, she studied social sciences while attending university and, like many teenagers, spent her days dreaming of pilgrimages to music festivals like T in the Park. Inspired by the songwriting skills of Francis Healy and the sweeping pop/rock of Travis, the 12-year-old Macdonald picked up a guitar that had been left lying around the house from...
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