Horslips ‎– The Book Of Invasions 'A Celtic Symphony' (1976 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

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Horslips ‎– The Book Of Invasions 'A Celtic Symphony' (1976 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Horslips ‎– The Book Of Invasions 'A Celtic Symphony'
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1)
24bit/96kHz: 925mb – 16bit/44kHz: 272mb
Genre: Progressive-Folk | DJM Records / DJLPA-10 | Demo Pressing | US Release: 1976
Horslips ‎– The Book Of Invasions 'A Celtic Symphony' (1976 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Horslips ‎– The Book Of Invasions 'A Celtic Symphony' (1976 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Horslips ‎– The Book Of Invasions 'A Celtic Symphony' (1976 LP/FLAC) In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Side 1
First Movement - Geantraí
1 Daybreak 3:19
2 March Into Trouble 0:51
3 Trouble With A Capital 'T' 3:24
4 The Power And The Glory 3:56
5 The Rocks Remain 2:48
6 Dusk 0:39
7 Sword Of Light 4:54
8 Dark 1:37
Side 2
2nd Movement - Goltraí
1 Warm Sweet Breath Of Love 3:26
2 Fantasia - My Lagan Love 3:17
3 King Of Morning, Queen Of Day 4:10
3rd Movement - Suantraí
4 Sideways To The Sun 4:46
5 Drive The Cold Winter Away 0:55
6 Ride To Hell 3:49

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Analyzed folder: Horslips - The Book Of Invasions (LP)
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DR13 -2.13 dB -19.42 dB 01 Horslips - LADO 1- 1st Movement 'Geantrai' - Daybreak.wav
DR11 -10.39 dB -22.88 dB 02 Horslips - March Into Trouble.wav
DR11 -3.97 dB -16.44 dB 03 Horslips - Trouble With A Capital 'T'.wav
DR12 -1.92 dB -16.28 dB 04 Horslips - The Power And The Glory.wav
DR12 -3.88 dB -16.62 dB 05 Horslips - The Rocks Remain.wav
DR11 -7.75 dB -20.71 dB 06 Horslips - Dusk.wav
DR12 -2.97 dB -17.29 dB 07 Horslips - Sword Of Light.wav
DR13 -4.43 dB -20.73 dB 08 Horslips - Dark.wav
DR14 -4.26 dB -20.24 dB 09 Horslips - LADO 2- 2nd Movement 'Goltrai' - Warm Sweet Breath Of Love.wav
DR12 -4.08 dB -18.35 dB 10 Horslips - Fantasia - My Lagan Love.wav
DR13 -2.21 dB -18.74 dB 11 Horslips - King Of Morning, Queen Of Day.wav
DR13 -5.06 dB -21.57 dB 12 Horslips - 3rd Movement 'Suantrai' - Sideways To The Sun.wav
DR10 -12.61 dB -25.52 dB 13 Horslips - Drive The Cold Winter Away.wav
DR14 -1.89 dB -19.76 dB 14 Horslips - Ride To Hell.wav
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Number of files: 14
Official DR value: DR12

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With this LP, I finish my pilgrimage through the extensive discography of Horslips, because they discography are long.
"The Book Of Invasions" is a collector's item, oriented more progressive-rock genre. Anyway, my love for this group is reflected in his two early works, for me is worship: good rock, good folk.
Fran Solo, MMXIII

After the lacklustre Unfortunate Cup of Tea, the next album was going to be a watershed for Horslips. In the end, they returned broadly to the formula that had brought them so much acclaim for The Tain and produced a concept album based on Irish mythology and full of great songs based on Irish traditional tunes. And it works just as well as The Tain, having brought them enormous critical acclaim. If anything, they show their amazing musicianship off even more, with Charles O'Connor's fiddle and mandolin swopping riffs with Johnny Fean's scything lead guitar and Jim Lockhart's flute,whistle, pipes and keyboards. The vocals of bassist Barry Devlin and drumming of Eamonn Carr have improved beyond recognition from their first album. Fean also contributes some of the best rhythm guitar licks on any album. Sword of Light is another classic in the broad style of Dearg Doom and there are no fillers or low spots. The Rocks Remain is a beautiful song, Trouble with a Capital T and The Power and the Glory are powerful anthemic songs and the whole second side is simply magical. This is Celtic Rock at its best. It isn't really true prog rock: it's too traditional and actually far, far better than all but the very best in the prog rock field. It is also one of only 3 concept albums which really work, along with their own The Tain and Camel's wonderful Snow Goose. If you haven't got this album, you really are missing out - big time. It really deserves 6 stars.
progarchives.com
This LP is a gift from my good friend derty2, thanks a lot!
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