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Customer Reviews

Quietly emerging

Lisa Hannigan is the reason I looked for this album. If you've heard her sing live, or on the backing vocals for volcano by Damien Rice you too should realise that she has an amazingly soulful voice. Strong, yet encompassing the fragility that it so rare in contemperary music. To compare her to other artists seems flippant, references to Joni Mitchell and Billie Holiday are mentioned but do not do Lisa justice. Here is an artist who has the potential to become more than a backing vocalist. One day i hope she will.

Lovely Song

I love this, it's a very emotional song, if you're ever feeling sad you should give this a listen... pretty good on the ipod when you're walking along a busy street in the city and you just want to tune out-this song relaxes you. It has a lovely, almost wave like flow. I think it's top class and one of Damien Rice's best efforts, not forgetting the help of Lisa Hannigan with her wonderful voice.

Warrior cries

Damien and lisa superbly submerge your senses in the ice cold water of the plight of the beautiful Aung San Suu Kyi. May all the people of Burma be free from suffering.

Biography

Born: 07 December 1973 in County Kildare, Ireland

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

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

Irish singer/songwriter Damien Rice launched his music career in the late '90s with the hard-hitting indie rock outfit Juniper. The group signed to Polygram in 1997 and released two singles, "The World Is Dead" and "Weathermen," which did moderately well on Irish radio, but when it came time to record a full-length album, contractual rules from the label prevented Juniper from doing so, and Rice split. After a brief respite in Europe, Rice returned to Dublin to focus on music once again, scrounging...
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