Kilmaine Saints | The Good, The Plaid, and the Ugly

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The Good, The Plaid, and the Ugly

by Kilmaine Saints

Kilmaine Saints are equal parts Irish Swagger, Scottish Pride and whiskey. This explosive, high-energy Celtic rock band from Central PA will lift your hearts, your spirits, and your pint when you're not looking.
Genre: Rock: Celtic Rock
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1. Amazing Grace
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2. The Saints Are Up!
2:43 $0.99
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3. My Island
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4. Whiskey In the Jar
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5. Farewell, Self Esteem
2:46 $0.99
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6. Gold and Guns (Will Get the Job Done)
4:20 $0.99
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7. Wearing of the Green
3:42 $0.99
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8. Ten Fathoms Deep
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9. Painting Paradise Square
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10. The Leaving of Liverpool
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11. Casey's Swagger
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12. Póg Mo Thóin
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“The Good, The Plaid, and The Ugly,” is the long anticipated debut album from Pennsylvania’s hard hitting Celtic rockers, Kilmaine Saints. The high energy collection includes eight original songs such as crowd favorites “The Saints are Up!,” “Casey’s Swagger” and “Farewell, Self Esteem” as well as a number of traditional Celtic sing-alongs like “The Leaving of Liverpool” and “Wearing of the Green."
“The Good, The Plaid, and The Ugly,” showcases Kilmaine Saints’ own brand of high energy rock, combining infectious melodies and world instrumentation into a fresh take on Celtic music while maintaining respect for the traditions of the genre.

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