Top Runrig Albums
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The Last Dance - Farewell Concert (Live at Stirling)
The Last Dance - Farewell Concert (Live at Stirling)
[2019]
The Story
The Story
[2016]
Stepping Down the Glory Road (The Chrysalis Years 1988-1996)
Stepping Down the Glory Road (The Chrysalis Years 1988-1996)
[2013]
Essential
Essential
[2011]
Essential: Runrig
Essential: Runrig
[2011]
50 Great Songs
50 Great Songs
[2010]
Runrig (The Collection)
Runrig (The Collection)
[2009]
Beat the Drum, Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness: Year of the Flood (Highland Year of Culture 2007)
Beat the Drum, Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness: Year of the Flood (Highland Year of Culture 2007)
[2008]
Year of the Flood (Live)
Year of the Flood (Live)
[2008]
Everything You See
Everything You See
[2007]
30 Year Journey - The Best
30 Year Journey - The Best
[2006]
Proterra (Proterra)
Proterra (Proterra)
[2003]
The Stamping Ground
The Stamping Ground
[2001]
Scotland's Glory: Runrig's Ballads
Scotland's Glory: Runrig's Ballads
[2000]
Live at Celtic Connections 2000
Live at Celtic Connections 2000
[2000]
In Search of Angels
In Search of Angels
[1999]
Beat the Drum
Beat the Drum
[1998]
Rhythm of My Heart - EP
Rhythm of My Heart - EP
[1996]
Mara
Mara
[1995]
Transmitting Live
Transmitting Live
[1994]
Amazing Things
Amazing Things
[1993]
Big Wheel
Big Wheel
[1991]
Play Gaelic - The First
Play Gaelic - The First "Legendary" Recordings
[1990]
Searchlight
Searchlight
[1989]
Once In a Lifetime (Live)
Once In a Lifetime (Live)
[1988]
The Cutter and the Clan
The Cutter and the Clan
[1987]
Heartland
Heartland
[1985]
Recovery
Recovery
[1981]
The Highland Connection
The Highland Connection
[1979]
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Wall Of China The Work Song Eirinn Flower Of The West O Cho Meallt Year Of The Flood An Ataireachd Ard Cearcal A' Chuain Abhainn An T - Sluaigh Alba Always The Winner An Cuibhle Mor An Ubhal As Airde Big Sky City Of Lights Edge Of The World Every River Headlights Healer In Your Heart Hearthammer Hearts Of Olden Glory I'll Keep Coming Home News From Heaven Only The Brave Our Earth Was Once Green Pog Aon Oidhche Earraich Precious Years Pride Of The Summer Protect And Survive Rocket To The Moon Siol Ghoraidh (pronounced She-all Ghaw-ree) Smalltown Tear Down These Walls Thairs Air A Ghleann That Final Mile The Cutter The Only Rose This Beautiful Pain Tir A' Mhurain Transl The Big Wheel Transl The Crowed River Worker For The Wind World Appeal I'll Be Eyes Of Blue Maymorning Book Of Golden Stories Clash Of The Ash Running To The Light The Message There's A Need Skye Move A Mountain (stepping Down The) Glory Road The Ship The Mighty Atlantic Morning Tide Ravenscraig And The Accordions Played Lighthouse In Scandinavia Gabriel's Sword Empty Glens The Old Boys Going Home (live) From The North Air A' Chuan Rhythm Of My Heart Song Of The Earth The Greatest Flame Faileas Air An Airigh (live) The Stamping Ground An Dealachadh Wonderful Nothing But The Sun Oran Atoms Lifeline Travellers The Ferry The Apple Came Down Dream Fields Amazing Things This Time Of Year Dust This Day Life Is Road Trip Dance Called America The Wire Suilven 's Tu Mo Leannan - Nightfall On Marsco This Is Not A Love Song All The Miles Day In A Boat A Reiteach (acoustic) The Summer Walkers Forever Eyes Of Blue In Search Of Angels Sona Recovery The Dancing Floor Harvest Moon All Things Must Change Something's Got To Give Things That Are Proterra Day Of Days Satellite Flood Ribhinn Donn The Wedding Saints Of The Soil This Darkest Winter The Ocean Road Fichead Bliadhna An Sabhal Aig Neill Canada Cho Buidhe Is A Bha I Riabh Meadhan Oidhche Air An Acairseid One Thing Sraidean Na Roinn Eorpa (Streets Of Europe) The Everlasting Gun Da Mhile Bliadhna Cnoc Na Feille Ard Cum 'Ur N'Aire An Toll Dubh Road And The River Foghar Nan Eilean '78 Fuaim A Bhlair Loch Lomond 'Ic Iain 'Ic Sheumais Big Songs Of Hope & Cheer Gamhna Gealla The Times They Are A Changin' (BBC Session '89) Tir An Airm Mairi Rubh Nan Cudaigean Chi Mi'n Geamhradh Somewhere (feat. Julie Fowlis)
Related Information for Runrig
Runrig is a Scottish folk rock band founded by brothers Calum and Rory Macdonald in 1973 in Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland. The band is now popular across the United Kingdom, Denmark and Germany and is notable for combining original songs in Gaelic with a rock sound, thus reflecting the Gaelic culture.Runrig began in 1973 as a three-piece named the "Run Rig Dance Band", its members comprising Calum Macdonald and Rory Macdonald, and their friend, accordionist Blair Douglas. The line-up played its first gig at the Kelvin Hall in Glasgow. Donnie Munro joined the following year and the band started to expand outside its native Skye. Douglas left the band in late 1974 and was replaced by Robert Macdonald, with Campbell G... read more