Tales of the Tikongs

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Releasing her debut album “Free” in 2007, Luan Parle has already been awarded the 2007 Meteor award, leading the charge among the best Irish female singers of today’s music world. Thus began a great religious and cultural period for the country. Helen Mirren shines as Victoria, his sophisticated girlfriend, and look out for film debutant Pierce Brosnan as '1st Irishman'. The current lineup has only two original members, and it's terribly difficult to follow the band through its history.

Pages: 93

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press (August 1, 1994)

ISBN: 0824815947

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