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I love this album and think it is really good to dance to as it gves you a reall buzz! i went to see the show which was brilliant! and when dancing to this it makes me feel as if i am really dancing there, with Michael Flatley on the stage! i definatly recommend this to all irish dancers!

In the beginning was the sound...

Michael Flatley has once again provided the Irish and the Irish diaspora with a musical language with which to reflect and celebrate on their sense of place in the world. The music accompanies Michael's new show....the musical language captures key moments in our history, summoning up the tragic, the adventurous soul, and the quintessentially new beat of the Celtic Tiger....a far cry from St Patrick's Angelus.

Super jiggy!!!!!!!!!

Gotta be the best album for irish dancin ever!!!!!!!!! i love it!!!! i went to see the show and was humming the choones for weeks after. Finally irish dance music is modern! rock/gangsta/jazz you name it, its got it. Me and my dance buddies have had a real laugh making up routines to capone and the celtic tiger. u have got to get this!!!!! (capone highly recomended!)


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ronan Hardiman is one of Ireland's premier composers of traditional music, responsible for the score to Lord of the Dance as well as many Irish films and television series. Born in Dublin to a father highly placed in Irish broadcasting, Hardiman listened to rock & roll and pop as a child (while his siblings preferred traditional Irish music). He worked as a clerk at the Bank of Ireland for twelve years, and occasionally playing in pop bands during the 1980s. After quitting his job, though, he composed...
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