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Runrig - Original Album Series (2014) [5CD Box Set] Re-up

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Runrig - Original Album Series (2014) [5CD Box Set] Re-up

Runrig - Original Album Series (2014)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Chrysalis/Warner, 2564636185 | ~ 1612 or 700 Mb | Artwork(png) -> 262 Mb
Celtic Rock, Folk Rock

UK five CD box set containing a quintet of original albums packaged in mini LP sleeves and housed in a slipcase. This set from the veteran Scottish Folk/Rock band includes the albums the Cutter & the Clan, the Big Wheel, Searchlight, Mara and Amazing Things

Big Country - The Seer (1986)

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Big Country - The Seer (1986)

Big Country - The Seer (1986)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 354 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 160 Mb
Label: Mercury | # 826 844-2 | Time: 00:46:51 | Scans included
Alternative Rock, Celtic Rock, Post-Punk, New Wave

The Seer is the third studio album by the Scottish band Big Country, released in 1986. The album featured very traditional Scottish musical settings, reminiscent of the band's debut album The Crossing (1983). Kate Bush worked on the title song in a duet with lead singer and lyricist Stuart Adamson. The album's first single, "Look Away", was an Irish number one, and was also the group's biggest hit single in the UK, reaching #7. The album reached number 2 in the UK Albums Chart.

Big Country - Through A Big Country: The Greatest Hits (1996)

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Big Country - Through A Big Country: The Greatest Hits (1996)

Big Country - Through A Big Country: The Greatest Hits (1996)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 494 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 177 Mb | Scans ~ 48 Mb | 01:17:14
Alternative Rock, Celtic Rock, Post-Punk, New Wave | Label: Mercury | # 532 368-2

With their ringing, bagpipe-like guitars and the anthemic songs of frontman Stuart Adamson, Scotland's Big Country emerged as one of the most distinctive and promising new rock bands of the early '80s, scoring a major hit with their debut album, The Crossing; though the group's critical and commercial fortunes dimmed in the years to follow, they nevertheless outlasted virtually all of their contemporaries, releasing new material into the next century.

Oysterband - Here I Stand (1999)

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Oysterband - Here I Stand (1999)

Oysterband - Here I Stand (1999)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 386 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 136 Mb | Scans ~ 51 Mb
British Folk-Rock, Celtic Rock | Label: Omnium | # OMM2023 | Time: 00:58:57

It's a simple truism of rock & roll that, as bands get older, they tend to insist more on competent production. Sometimes this works in their favor, and sometimes it doesn't. In general, it's worked well for Oysterband, whose feverish fusion of English traditional song, ceilidh-ready instrumentals, and old-time rock & roll sounded great when they were young and relatively sloppy and still sounds great now that they're greying and tight. And some of their best moments on tape have been the most lushly produced ones. Here I Stand finds them taking unabashed advantage of the opportunities afforded them by a modern studio, where artful multitracking can make it sound as if John Jones has a good voice (and make no mistake: he doesn't, though he's a fine singer) and where the careful manipulation of gain levels can allow the cello to cut through a mix that includes accordion, trumpet, guitars, bass, and drums.