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I want to hear more celtic covers like this. Beautiful.

Okay, kind of misses the point with most songs

The takes are less than inspired, forced and lack significant meaning, like those drug store chain "world music" or "new age" CDs. Just buy the original U2 albums and enjoy the passion and intention of the originals. "Where the Streets have No Name" here, doesn't have the same passion as U2's Original, but sounds like a song from a cheap nature documentary soundtrack on white water rafting. The retake of U2's "One", doesn't have passion, it only has a Gawd awful glib french bistro sound. The retake of U2"s "Walk On" sounds like a happy little stroll through a nature park rather than a song that inspires a passion for freedom of anyone who has been wrongfully denied it or imprisoned.

Of course, this album was made as a novelty with the sole intention of making money off the U2 band and their music.

The novelty wears off quick and you are left with sadness and yearning for a refund.

The Celtic Tribute to U2, The Boys of County Nashville
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, World
  • Released: Mar 24, 2009

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