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Horslips

Horslips
Country
Ireland
Profile
Horslips is an Irish Celtic rock band that compose, arrange and perform songs based on traditional Irish jigs and reels.
Website
http://www.horslips.ie
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (11)
Horslips — Roll Back Horslips — Roll Back
(Horslips Records MOO23, 2006, CD+VCD)
Horslips — Collection Horslips — Collection
(Outlet MOOCD 025, 1995, 2CD)
Horslips — Short Stories / Tall Tales Horslips — Short Stories / Tall Tales
(Edsel EDCD671, 1979/2000, CD)
Horslips — The Man Who Built America Horslips — The Man Who Built America
(Talking Elephant MOOCCD017, 1978/2009, CD)
Horslips — Aliens Horslips — Aliens
(Edsel EDCD 668, 1977/2000, CD)
Horslips — Book of Invasions Horslips — Book of Invasions
(Talking Elephant MOOCCD012, 1976/2009, CD)
Horslips — Drive the Cold Winter Away Horslips — Drive the Cold Winter Away
(Edsel EDCD 665, 1975/2000, CD)
Horslips — The Unfortunate Cup of Tea! Horslips — The Unfortunate Cup of Tea!
(Edsel EDCD 664, 1975/2000, CD)
Horslips — Dancehall Sweethearts Horslips — Dancehall Sweethearts
(Edsel EDCD 663, 1974/2000, CD)
Horslips — The Táin Horslips — The Táin
(Horslips MOOCCD005, 1973/2009, CD)
Horslips — Happy to Meet... Sorry to Part Horslips — Happy to Meet... Sorry to Part
(Wounded Bird WOU 7030, 1972/2008, CD)

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