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8 Replies to “ Fionn Regan - The End Of History (CD, Album) ”

  1. 'The End Of History' is the debut album for Irish singer-songwriter Fionn Regan - and what a debut it is. Over twelve tracks Regan weaves an almost hypnotic mood of pessimism, forlornness and just a tinge of light and hope/5(24).
  2. The End Of History Bass, Engineer – Karl Odlum Guitar, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Drums, Tambourine – Fionn Regan: Abacus Engineer – Karl Odlum Guitar, Vocals – Fionn Regan: Bunker Or Basement Engineer – Mike Pellanconi Guitar, Vocals, Recorded By [Additonal Recording] – Fionn Regan Piano – Louis Vause: /5(4).
  3. Fionn Regan has a humble sound in this album, it is an acoustic album of touching melodies and interesting stories. Song wise I have no complaints and I love every song on the album, especially abacus My only gripe is that it's not a standard size record. My record player needs to be manually started with this record due to it's smaller size/5(22).
  4. The End of History is the debut studio album by the Irish folk musician Fionn Regan, released on 7 August on Bella Union. The album was nominated for the Mercury Prize, and was also named Best Irish Album of by the Irish Folk.
  5. Fionn Regan: The End Of History ‎ (CD, Album, Jew) Etch N Sketch: CDENS Australia & New Zealand: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(30).
  6. Aug 16,  · The End of History, an Album by Fionn Regan. Released 7 August on Bella Union (catalog no. bellaCD; CD). Genres: Contemporary Folk, Singer/Songwriter/5(16).
  7. The is air sugary and rich, and the world is shimmering, and Fionn Regan’s debut album, End of History, is here to keep the season company. Stick on this album, and gone are your worries about the crippled looking grass in the garden, gone is the annoying stickiness of your skin.
  8. On the evidence of this one acoustic album, Fionn is a very talented singer-songwriter, and 'The End of History' is a pleasant folk album from start to finish. It's perfect to play in the background, or to listen to closely to be able to really appreciate his natural yet clearly inspired and poetic lyrics/5(25).

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