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Amazing Things

Amazing Things
Studio album by Runrig
Released 1993
Recorded Castlesound Studios, Pentcaitland, Scotland
Genre Celtic rock
Length 57:40
Label Chrysalis
Producer Chris Harley
Runrig chronology
The Big Wheel
(1991)
Amazing Things
(1993)
Mara
(1995)

Amazing Things is a 1993 album, the eighth by Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig. Amazing Things was ranked the #3 best album of the 1990s in the music review column The War Against Silence by Glenn McDonald: "The most life-affirming album ever made. Maybe the most life-affirming art work ever made."

The cover features a close-up photo of the Hugh MacDiarmid Memorial near Langholm created by sculptor Jake Harvey.

The cover features a close-up photo of the Hugh MacDiarmid Memorial near Langholm created by sculptor Jake Harvey.

Track listing

  1. "Amazing Things" - 4:18
  2. "Wonderful" - 4:11
  3. "The Greatest Flame" - 5:04
  4. "Move a Mountain" - 5:13
  5. "Pòg Aon Oidhche Earraich" (A Kiss One Spring Evening) - 3:38
  6. "Dream Fields" - 5:54
  7. "Song of the Earth" - 4:52
  8. "Forever Eyes of Blue" - 4:09
  9. "Sràidean na Roinn-Eòrpa" (Streets of Europe) - 5:24
  10. "Canada" - 5:12
  11. "Àrd" (High) - 6:00
  12. "On the Edge" - 3:53

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