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Tuatha de Danann

Tuatha de Danann

Release date:
June 9th, 2016
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Remastered, Digipak
Heavy Metal Rock
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1. Queen of the Witches (2016) 06:41   Show lyrics
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2. Faeryage (2016) 07:13   Show lyrics
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3. Immrama (2016) 04:58   Show lyrics
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4. Us (2016) 02:15   Show lyrics
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5. Tuatha de Dannan (2016) 06:42   Show lyrics
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6. The Bards of the Infinity (2016) 05:46   Show lyrics
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7. Us (1999) 02:06   Show lyrics
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8. Tuatha de Danann (1999) 06:08   Show lyrics
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9. Beltane (1999) 04:43   Show lyrics
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10. The Bards of the Infinity (1999) 05:13   Show lyrics
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11. Queen of the Witches (1998) 06:16   Show lyrics
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12. Faeryage (1998) 06:48   Show lyrics
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13. Oisin (1998) 06:14   Show lyrics
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14. Imrahma (1998) 04:59   Show lyrics
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Bruno Maia Whistles, Mandolin, Bodhrán (tracks 1-6), Guitars, Vocals, Flutes
Rodrigo Berne Vocals (harsh) (tracks 1-6), Violin (tracks 11-14), Guitars
Giovani Gomes Bass, Vocals (harsh) (tracks 1-10), Percussion (tracks 7-10)
Rodrigo Abreu Drums, Percussion (tracks 1-6)
Edgard Britto Keyboards (tracks 1-6)
Alex Navar Irish bagpipes (tracks 1-6)
Felipe Batiston Keyboards (tracks 7-14)
Wilson Melkor Drums (tracks 7-14), Percussion (tracks 7-10)
Marcos Ulisses Vocals (tracks 11-14)
Rogério Vilela Bass (tracks 11-14)
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Re-recording of the EP Tuatha de Danann and the demo Faeryage, released in order to celebrate Tuatha de Danann's 20th anniversary (although formally their first demo, never re-released, dates back as 1995). The bonus tracks included in the digipak consist of the complete original two releases.

1-6: 2016 re-recordings of the below tracks ("Beltane" and "Oisin" have not been re-recorded)
7-10: tracks taken from the 1999 Tuatha de Danann EP
11-14: tracks taken from the 1998 Faeryage demo

"Imrahma" was more correctly re-recorded as "immrama", the name of Old Irish tales concerning a hero's sea journey to the Otherworld (singular: "immram").

Added by: TiagoMeira Modified by: Grinderrr
Added on: 2016-06-12 12:20:56 Last modified on: 2016-10-06 17:21:17