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Editorial Review of Bagpipe Rock!:The new album BREATHE, presents an edgier Red Hot Chilli Pipers performing their driving, energetic synthy; takes on Rock music and traditional Scottish & Irish classics. Those of you into their world famous BAGROCK will not be disappointed!!!!
On one of the fierce 14 Bagrock tracks, the Chilli Pipers have taken the
dark rhythms of Eminem's 'Lose Yourself' (theme to '28 Days Later') coupled with modern piping
superhero Gordon Duncan's 'The Sleeping Tune' and created a fusion of (as
the Chillis say) our favourite white rap artist + zombies + bagpipes !!!!!
Rocking those Bagpipes for over a decade, BREATHE guarantees punchy
versions of Kings of Leon's 'Use Somebody', ZZ Top's 'Gimme All Your Lovin', Gary Numan's 'Cars', the Eurythmics 'Sweet Dreams' and many more, all Chilli-fied with big blasting
brass, rock guitars and the mighty sound of the three lads on the Great
It's a wonder the Chillis have time to breathe as they take their powerful
sound to many countries around the world.
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