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The ultimate collection of their recorded work, spanning more than 500 audio tracks on a staggering 33 CDs and 2 DVDs of filmed performances. Over 250 previously unreleased tracks and 4. 5 Hours of unreleased video. 33 CDs containing 506 audio tracks - 252 of which (16 hours) are previously unreleased. 2 DVDs (NTSC 0) containing 59 video tracks (and two documentaries) - of which 42 (4½ hours) are previously unreleased. 262 page Hardback Book - On The Record (a lavish new history of Horslips) 88 page book - Lyricography. 5 vintage 8 x 10 photos each signed individually by all five members. 1 folder of fan club facsimiles from the 70s. On St Patrick's Day 1972, Horslips released their debut single, 'Johnny's Wedding' - inventing Celtic rock in a single bound. 50 years later, Madfish are delighted to announce that they are releasing, in July 2022, More Than You Can Chew - a stunning 35 disc box set overflowing with music, film and printed matter encapsulating their entire career. The set has been curated by Bert Jansch/John McLaughlin biographer (and longstanding Horslips fan) Colin Harper in close collaboration with the band members. The audio, including most of the film audio, has been restored and (re)mastered by IFTA award-winning engineer Cormac O'Kane. Herculean Horslips biographer Mark Cunningham has written the books, with fresh input from the band, and, wearing his day-job designer hat, has lovingly designed the set under the oversight of Horslips' de facto art director Charles O'Connor. In addition to the previously unreleased content, More Than You Can Chew includes two albums new to any digital medium: Tryal (1983) by the Host (a post-Horslips band featuring Eamon, Johnny and Charles) and Breaking Star Codes (1983) by Barry Devlin. More Than You Can Chew audio/visual in more detail: 13 CDs - all 12 original 1972-80 albums (Live being a double) in mini-LP slipcases, in their original form and newly mastered. 1 CD - Tracks from the Vaults Vol. 2 - all of the single mixes and non-album tracks not included on the original TFTV (1977) compilation plus previously unreleased outtakes. 8 CDs - anthologies of previously unreleased live and rehearsal recordings 1973-80, including The Last Time - the stunning final concert at the Ulster Hall 8/10/80 in full. 3 CDs - 2 reunion-era Horslips albums: (1) Roll Back / (2) Live at the O2 (double). 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 1971 - all previously unreleased. 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 1972 - all previously unreleased. 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 2004-12 - almost all previously unrelease. 5 CDs - selected post-Horslips adventures: Barry Devlin Breaking Star Codes (1983) - unreleased on CD; The Host Tryal (1983) and non-album single sides (1983-85) - unreleased on CD; Johnny Fean & Eamon Carr Live & Studio 1984-86 - a new self-curated anthology of previously unreleased solo, duo and Host recordings from the period; Jim Lockhart Picking Up The Pieces - a new self-curated anthology of his TV/radio soundtrack music (1980s-00s) - almost all previously unreleased; Charles O'Connor's Resolution Suite Angel on the Mantelpiece (1995). DVD1 - The RTÉ Vault 1973-79 - c. 160 mins (50% previously unreleased material)DVD2 - The Reunion Era 2004-2019 - c. 160 mins (95% previously unreleased material)
The ultimate collection of their recorded work, spanning more than 500 audio tracks on a staggering 33 CDs and 2 DVDs of filmed performances. Over 250 previously unreleased tracks and 4. 5 Hours of unreleased video. 33 CDs containing 506 audio tracks - 252 of which (16 hours) are previously unreleased. 2 DVDs (NTSC 0) containing 59 video tracks (and two documentaries) - of which 42 (4½ hours) are previously unreleased. 262 page Hardback Book - On The Record (a lavish new history of Horslips) 88 page book - Lyricography. 5 vintage 8 x 10 photos each signed individually by all five members. 1 folder of fan club facsimiles from the 70s. On St Patrick's Day 1972, Horslips released their debut single, 'Johnny's Wedding' - inventing Celtic rock in a single bound. 50 years later, Madfish are delighted to announce that they are releasing, in July 2022, More Than You Can Chew - a stunning 35 disc box set overflowing with music, film and printed matter encapsulating their entire career. The set has been curated by Bert Jansch/John McLaughlin biographer (and longstanding Horslips fan) Colin Harper in close collaboration with the band members. The audio, including most of the film audio, has been restored and (re)mastered by IFTA award-winning engineer Cormac O'Kane. Herculean Horslips biographer Mark Cunningham has written the books, with fresh input from the band, and, wearing his day-job designer hat, has lovingly designed the set under the oversight of Horslips' de facto art director Charles O'Connor. In addition to the previously unreleased content, More Than You Can Chew includes two albums new to any digital medium: Tryal (1983) by the Host (a post-Horslips band featuring Eamon, Johnny and Charles) and Breaking Star Codes (1983) by Barry Devlin. More Than You Can Chew audio/visual in more detail: 13 CDs - all 12 original 1972-80 albums (Live being a double) in mini-LP slipcases, in their original form and newly mastered. 1 CD - Tracks from the Vaults Vol. 2 - all of the single mixes and non-album tracks not included on the original TFTV (1977) compilation plus previously unreleased outtakes. 8 CDs - anthologies of previously unreleased live and rehearsal recordings 1973-80, including The Last Time - the stunning final concert at the Ulster Hall 8/10/80 in full. 3 CDs - 2 reunion-era Horslips albums: (1) Roll Back / (2) Live at the O2 (double). 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 1971 - all previously unreleased. 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 1972 - all previously unreleased. 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 2004-12 - almost all previously unrelease. 5 CDs - selected post-Horslips adventures: Barry Devlin Breaking Star Codes (1983) - unreleased on CD; The Host Tryal (1983) and non-album single sides (1983-85) - unreleased on CD; Johnny Fean & Eamon Carr Live & Studio 1984-86 - a new self-curated anthology of previously unreleased solo, duo and Host recordings from the period; Jim Lockhart Picking Up The Pieces - a new self-curated anthology of his TV/radio soundtrack music (1980s-00s) - almost all previously unreleased; Charles O'Connor's Resolution Suite Angel on the Mantelpiece (1995). DVD1 - The RTÉ Vault 1973-79 - c. 160 mins (50% previously unreleased material)DVD2 - The Reunion Era 2004-2019 - c. 160 mins (95% previously unreleased material)
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Artist: Horslips
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DISC: 1

1. Happy to Meet
2. Hall of Mirrors
3. The Clergy's Lamentation
4. An Bratach BAN
5. The Shamrock Shore
6. Flower Amang Them All
7. BIM Istigh Ag OL
8. Furniture
9. Ace and Deuce
10. Dance to Yer Daddy
11. Scalloway Ripoff
12. The Musical Priest
13. Sorry to Part
14. Setanta
15. Maeve's Court
16. Charolais
17. The March
18. You Can't Fool the Beast
19. Dearg Doom
20. Ferdia's Song
21. Gae Bolga
22. Cu Chulainn's Lament
23. Faster Than the Hound
24. Silver Spear
25. More Than You Can Chew
26. The Morrigan's Dream
27. Time to Kill!
28. Nighttown Boy
29. The Blind Can't Lead the Blind
30. Stars
31. We Bring the Summer with Us
32. Sunburst
33. Mad Pat
34. Blindman
35. King of the Fairies
36. Lonely Hearts
37. The Best Years of My Life
38. (If That's What You Want) That's What You'll Get
39. Ring-A-Rosey
40. Flirting in the Shadows
41. Self Defence
42. High Volume Love
43. The Unfortunate Cup of Tea
44. Turn Your Face to the Wall
45. The Snakes' Farewell to the Emerald Isle
46. Everything Will Be Alright
47. Rug Muire Mac Do Dhia (Mary Bore a Son to God)
48. Sir Festus Burke/ Carolan's Frolic
49. The Snow That Melts the Soonest
50. The Piper in the Meadow Straying
51. Drive the Cold Winter Away
52. Thompson's/ Cottage in the Grove
53. NY Kirree Fo Naghtey (The Sheep 'Neath the Snow)
54. Crabs in the Skillet
55. Denis O'Connor
56. Do'n Oiche Ud I Mbeithil (That Night in Bethlehem)
57. Lullaby
58. The Snow and the Frost Are All Over/Paddy Fahey's
59. When a Man's in Love
60. Mad Pat
61. Blindman
62. Silver Spear
63. High Reel
64. Stars
65. Hall of Mirrors
66. If That's What You Want
67. Self Defence
68. Everything Will Be Alright
69. Rakish Paddy
70. Rakish Paddy (Continued)
71. King of the Fairies
72. Furniture
73. You Can't Fool the Beast
74. More Than You Can Chew
75. Dearg Doom
76. Comb Your Hair and Curl It
77. Johnny's Wedding
78. Daybreak
79. March Into Trouble
80. Trouble (With a Capital T)
81. The Power and the Glory
82. The Rocks Remain
83. Dusk
84. Sword of Light
85. Dark
86. Warm Sweet Breath of Love
87. Fantasia (My Lagan Love)
88. King of Morning, Queen of Day
89. Sideways to the Sun
90. Drive the Cold Winter Away
91. Ride to Hell
92. Before the Storm
93. The Wrath of the Rain
94. Speed the Plough
95. Sure the Boy Was Green
96. Come Summer
97. Stowaway
98. New York Wakes
99. Exiles
100. Second Avenue
101. Ghosts
102. A Lifetime to Pay ^1
103. Loneliness ^1
104. Tonight (You're with Me) ^1
105. I'll Be Waiting ^1
106. If It Takes All Night ^1
107. Green Star Liner ^1
108. The Man Who Built America ^1
109. Homesick ^1
110. Long Weekend ^1
111. Letters from Home ^1
112. Long Time Ago ^1
113. Guests of the Nation ^1
114. Law on the Run ^1
115. Unapproved Road ^1
116. Ricochet Man ^1
117. Back in My Arms ^1
118. Summer's Most Wanted Girl ^1
119. Amazing Offer ^1
120. Rescue Me ^1
121. The Life You Save ^1
122. Soap Opera ^1
123. Trouble with a Capital "T" ^1
124. The Man Who Built America ^1
125. The Warm Sweet Breath of Love ^1
126. The Power and the Glory ^1
127. Blindman ^1
128. Shakin' All Over ^1
129. King of the Fairies ^1
130. Guests of the Nation ^1
131. Dearg Doom ^1
132. Motorway Madness ^1
133. Johnny's Wedding ^1
134. Flower Amang Them All ^1
135. Green Gravel ^1
136. The Fairy King ^1
137. Dearg Doom (Fritz Fryer Mix) ^1
138. The High Reel ^1
139. King of the Fairies ^1
140. Phil the Fluter's Rag ^1
141. Come Back Beatles (Lipstick) ^1
142. The Fab Four-Four (Lipstick) ^1
143. Daybreak ^1
144. Oisin's Tune ^1
145. Ace ; Deuce ^1
146. More Than You Can Chew (45 Remix) ^1
147. Nighttown Boy (45 Edit) ^1
148. (If That's What You Want) That's What You Get (45 Edit) ^1
149. The Power and the Glory (45 Remix) ^1
150. Sir Festus Burke ^1
151. Horslips Presents Horslips (An Advance Look Into the Man Who Built America) ^1
152. Bridge from Heart to Heart ^1
153. Red River Rock (Live) ^1
154. Welcome to Ceili House ^1
155. When Night Comes ^1
156. Back in My Arms (Alternate Mix) ^1
157. Unapproved Road (Alternate Mix) ^1
158. Guests of the Nation (Alternate Mix) ^1
159. Sword of Light (Live) ^1
160. Sure the Boy Was Green (Live) ^1
161. Sandymount Strand / Shilly Shaddle ^1
162. One Final Ace ; Deuce ^1
163. Happy to Meet ^1
164. Hall of Mirrors ^1
165. Scalloway Ripoff ^1
166. Dance to Your Daddy ^1
167. Musical Priest ^1
168. The Sweets of May ^1
169. Sunburst ^1
170. Mad Pat ^1
171. The Blind Can't Lead the Blind ^1
172. Nothing to Say (A Lifetime to Pay) ^1
173. More Than You Can Chew ^1
174. Dearg Doom ^1
175. Lonely Hearts ^1
176. Furniture ^1
177. The High Reel ^1
178. Everything Will Be Alright / Rakish Paddy ^1
179. You Can't Fool the Beast ^1
180. More Than You Can Chew ^1
181. Dearg Doom ^1
182. Hall of Mirrors ^1
183. Daybreak ^1
184. Drive the Cold Winter Away ^1
185. Ride to Hell ^1
186. Sideways to the Sun ^1
187. Sword of Light ^1
188. The Rights of Man ^1
189. Dark ^1
190. Furniture ^1
191. Charolais ^1
192. More Than You Can Chew ^1
193. Silver Spear ^1
194. King of the Fairies ^1
195. Dearg Doom ^1
196. The High Reel ^1
197. Rakish Paddy / Johnny's Wedding ^1
198. New York Wakes ^1
199. The Wrath of the Rain ^1
200. Sideways to the Sun ^1
201. Dearg Doom ^1
202. Bim Istigh Ag'ol ^1
203. New York Wakes ^1
204. The Power and the Glory ^1
205. The Rocks Remain ^1
206. Mad Pat ^1
207. Blindman ^1
208. Daybreak ^1
209. Drive the Cold Winter Away ^1
210. Ride to Hell ^1
211. Sideways to the Sun ^1
212. Sword of Light ^1
213. Dark ^1
214. Sure the Boy Was Green ^1
215. Warm Sweet Breath of Love ^1
216. Trouble (With a Capital T) ^1
217. Aililú Na Gamhna ^1
218. Trouble (Alt Lyrics/Melody) ^1
219. Kilfenora (King of Morning) ^1
220. Fantasia (My Lagan Love) ^1
221. Trouble (Acapella) ^1
222. Mother of Pearl (The Rocks Remain) ^1
223. Johnny's Riff (The Power and the Glory) ^1
224. Trouble ^1
225. The Power and the Glory ^1
226. Warm Sweet Breath of Love ^1
227. The Power and the Glory ^1
228. Tiocfaidh An Samhradh (Come Summer) ^1
229. Seán O DI ^1
230. Mother of Pearl (The Rocks Remain) ^1
231. Aililú Na Gamhna ^1
232. Come Summer ^1
233. Crossroads ^1
234. Highway ^1
235. Crossroads / Fead An Iolair ^1
236. Little Man ^1
237. Come Summer ^1
238. Second Avenue (Harmonies) ^1
239. Second Avenue ^1
240. Come Summer (Harmonies) ^1
241. Sure the Boy Was Green (Harmonies) ^1
242. A Lifetime to Pay ^1
243. Stowaway ^1
244. Mailman ^1
245. Páistín Fionn (Fair-Haired Child) ^1
246. Come Summer ^1
247. Ghosts ^1
248. Wrath of the Rain ^1
249. Aililú Na Gamhna / Highway ^1
250. The Power and the Glory ^1
251. Blindman ^1
252. The Man Who Built America ^1
253. Homesick ^1
254. Tonight ^1
255. Blitzkreig Bop ^1
256. Second Avenue ^1
257. New York Wakes ^1
258. Speed the Plough ^1
259. Loneliness ^1
260. King of the Fairies ^1
261. Dearg Doom ^1
262. The Man Who Built America ^1
263. Jam ^1
264. If It Takes All Night ^1
265. Law on the Run ^1
266. It'll Be Alright ^1
267. Long Weekend (Instrumental) ^1
268. Letters from Home ^1
269. I'll Be Waiting ^1
270. Long Time Ago (Harmonies) ^1
271. Long Time Ago ^1
272. Long Weekend (Instrumental) ^2
273. The Man Who Built America ^2
274. New York Wakes ^2
275. Homesick ^2
276. Culture Clash (When Irish Eyes Are Smiling) ^2
277. Wrath of the Rain ^2
278. Daybreak ^2
279. Drive the Cold Winter Away ^2
280. Ride to Hell ^2
281. Sideways to the Sun ^2
282. Sword of Light ^2
283. Dark ^2
284. Speed the Plough ^2
285. Sure the Boy Was Green ^2
286. Silver Spear ^2
287. If It Takes All Night ^2
288. Loneliness ^2
289. Tonight ^2
290. The High Reel ^2
291. King of the Fairies ^2
292. Shakin' All Over ^2
293. I Saw Her Standing There ^2
294. The Hucklebuck ^2
295. Guests of the Nation ^2
296. Unapproved Road ^2
297. Warm Sweet Breath of Love ^2
298. Speed the Plough ^2
299. Sure the Boy Was Green ^2
300. Summer's Most Wanted Girl ^2
301. Soap Opera ^2
302. Trouble ^2
303. Loneliness ^2
304. King of the Fairies ^2
305. The Power and the Glory ^2
306. Blindman ^2
307. The Man Who Built America ^2
308. Amazing Offer ^2
309. Ricochet ^2
310. Shakin' All Over ^2
311. Dearg Doom ^2
312. Sword of Light ^2
313. The Last Time ^2
314. When Night Comes ^2
315. Law on the Run ^2
316. Wrath of the Rain ^2
317. I'll Be Wa

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The ultimate collection of their recorded work, spanning more than 500 audio tracks on a staggering 33 CDs and 2 DVDs of filmed performances. Over 250 previously unreleased tracks and 4. 5 Hours of unreleased video. 33 CDs containing 506 audio tracks - 252 of which (16 hours) are previously unreleased. 2 DVDs (NTSC 0) containing 59 video tracks (and two documentaries) - of which 42 (4½ hours) are previously unreleased. 262 page Hardback Book - On The Record (a lavish new history of Horslips) 88 page book - Lyricography. 5 vintage 8 x 10 photos each signed individually by all five members. 1 folder of fan club facsimiles from the 70s. On St Patrick's Day 1972, Horslips released their debut single, 'Johnny's Wedding' - inventing Celtic rock in a single bound. 50 years later, Madfish are delighted to announce that they are releasing, in July 2022, More Than You Can Chew - a stunning 35 disc box set overflowing with music, film and printed matter encapsulating their entire career. The set has been curated by Bert Jansch/John McLaughlin biographer (and longstanding Horslips fan) Colin Harper in close collaboration with the band members. The audio, including most of the film audio, has been restored and (re)mastered by IFTA award-winning engineer Cormac O'Kane. Herculean Horslips biographer Mark Cunningham has written the books, with fresh input from the band, and, wearing his day-job designer hat, has lovingly designed the set under the oversight of Horslips' de facto art director Charles O'Connor. In addition to the previously unreleased content, More Than You Can Chew includes two albums new to any digital medium: Tryal (1983) by the Host (a post-Horslips band featuring Eamon, Johnny and Charles) and Breaking Star Codes (1983) by Barry Devlin. More Than You Can Chew audio/visual in more detail: 13 CDs - all 12 original 1972-80 albums (Live being a double) in mini-LP slipcases, in their original form and newly mastered. 1 CD - Tracks from the Vaults Vol. 2 - all of the single mixes and non-album tracks not included on the original TFTV (1977) compilation plus previously unreleased outtakes. 8 CDs - anthologies of previously unreleased live and rehearsal recordings 1973-80, including The Last Time - the stunning final concert at the Ulster Hall 8/10/80 in full. 3 CDs - 2 reunion-era Horslips albums: (1) Roll Back / (2) Live at the O2 (double). 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 1971 - all previously unreleased. 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 1972 - all previously unreleased. 1 CD - RTÉ Sessions 2004-12 - almost all previously unrelease. 5 CDs - selected post-Horslips adventures: Barry Devlin Breaking Star Codes (1983) - unreleased on CD; The Host Tryal (1983) and non-album single sides (1983-85) - unreleased on CD; Johnny Fean & Eamon Carr Live & Studio 1984-86 - a new self-curated anthology of previously unreleased solo, duo and Host recordings from the period; Jim Lockhart Picking Up The Pieces - a new self-curated anthology of his TV/radio soundtrack music (1980s-00s) - almost all previously unreleased; Charles O'Connor's Resolution Suite Angel on the Mantelpiece (1995). DVD1 - The RTÉ Vault 1973-79 - c. 160 mins (50% previously unreleased material)DVD2 - The Reunion Era 2004-2019 - c. 160 mins (95% previously unreleased material)
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