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really cool!!!!!

Hey this is a really cool cd. it rocks and i love bagpipes

Great music

A friend of mine introduced me to the Rogues a few years back and I have never thanked him enough. One of the great Celtic bands out there right now.

right title wrong clan

It just isn't what I thought it was. I thought this was Off Kilter, the fabulous group my family enjoyed at Epcot. This is actually a collection of bagpipe and drum songs that may actually be quite good if you're a fan...the name of the album is Off Kilter but this isn't the Epcot group. I admire the Scots but I am not of their clan so I can't appreciate this music as it probably should be appreciated.


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Rogues and Clandestine are both Celtic bands from Texas, and their origins overlap. The band that in 2001 is the Rogues was originally formed in 1987, and at that time, was called Clandestine. Initially comprised of Lars Sloan, E. J. Jones, Randy Wothke, and J.W. McCormick, they played the Renaissance Festival circuit, performing mostly traditional pipe and drum music. Then in 1993, Jones departed, to attend Carnegie Mellon University. Thomas Campbell joined to replace him. Next, Lars Sloan and...
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