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Clannad discography

Not to be confused with List of Clannad soundtracks.
Clannad discography

Clannad at the 2007 Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Releases
Studio albums 15
Live albums 3
Compilation albums 17
EPs 1
Singles 31
B-sides 9
Video albums 1
Music videos 13
Soundtracks 4
Misc. Appearances 7
Bootleg albums 1

The discography of Clannad, an Irish musical group, consists of fifteen studio albums, seventeen compilation albums, thirty-one singles and a number of other appearances.

Clannad achieved a breakthrough in their career in 1983 with the song "Theme from Harry's Game" which peaked at number five in the United Kingdom charts and won an Ivor Novello award. Clannad won a BAFTA for their 1984 Legend, the soundtrack for the Robin of Sherwood series. In 1998, Clannad were awarded a Grammy award for their latest studio album, Landmarks.

Albums

Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions
IRL
[1]
UK
[2]
AUS
[3]
BEL
[4]
NET
[5]
NZ
[6]
SWE
[7]
U.S.
[8]
U.S. World
[8]
1973 Clannad
1975 Clannad 2
1976 Dúlamán
1980 Crann Úll
1982 Fuaim
1983 Magical Ring 26 66 20 10
1984 Legend 15 9 15
1985 Macalla 33 59 12 29 131
1987 Sirius 34 76 45 183
1988 Atlantic Realm 41
1989 The Angel and the Soldier Boy 41
1990 UK

1992 US

Anam 14 59 37 46 3
1993 Banba 5 53 11 47 110 1
1996 Lore 14 45 16 17 195 1
1998 Landmarks 34 92 13 6

Live albums

Year Album details
1979 Clannad in Concert
2005 Clannad: Live in Concert
2012 Clannad: Christ Church Cathedral

Compilation albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions
IRL
[1]
UK
[2]
AUS
[3]
BEL
[4]
NET
[5]
NZ
[6]
SWE
[7]
U.S.
[8]
U.S. World
[8]
1989 Past Present 5 29 4 1
1990 The Collection
1992 UK

1995 US

Themes
  • Features two new tracks
  • Label: Celtic Heartbeat / Atlantic
  • Formats: CD, Cassette
4
1996 Rogha: The Best of Clannad 4
1997 Celtic Collection
1997 Celtic Collections
  • Label: K-Tel
1997 In a Lifetime: The Ultimate Collection
1998 The Ultimate Collection 45 46 21
1998 An Díolaim
2000 Greatest Hits
2000 The Celtic Voice
  • Label: RMG Chart
2001 The Best of Clannad (Original Hits)
  • Label: Paradiso
2002 A Magical Gathering: The Clannad Anthology
2003 The Best of: In a Lifetime
  • Features two new tracks
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD
30 23 79 5
2007 Songbook (The Very Best of Clannad)
  • Label: BMG Camden
2008 Celtic Themes: The Very Best of Clannad 20
2008 Beginnings: The Best of the Early Years
2012 The Essential Clannad 14

Extended plays

Year Album details
2005 Discover Clannad
  • Recorded: 2009
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Formats: CD

Singles

Adaptions and remixes

  • Rochdale group Kaleef sampled "Theme From Harry's Game" heavily in their 1997 hit "Sands of Time" from the album "53rd State of Mind".
  • Released in 1999, Chicane's anthem "Saltwater" features Clannad frontwoman Moya Brennan performing a Gaelic song and a re-recorded chorus of "Theme From Harry's Game".
  • "I Will Find You" was remixed in 2002, featuring Antillas.
  • In 2003-2005, eight previous Clannad albums were re-released, seven of which feature new remixes.

References

External links

  • Official Clannad website
  • Northern Skyline - unofficial with release information
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