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THEY MIGHT SEE DOLPHINS – June 2016

Shane’s eagerly awaited third album, ‘They Might See Dolphins’ – his newest long play, was recorded in Germany and Austria in 2016. Co-produced alongside Bavarian producer Christian Knollmueller,  it is a “fan-funded” creation and an eclectic mix of eleven beautifully crafted songs – with the production to match.  It shows a distinct creative turn in lyric and musical direction, cementing Shane as a well rounded creative songwriter.

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS HERE – May 2013

The second long play and self produced album from Shane Ó Fearghail and Sad Opera Entertainment, Everything You Need Is Here was recorded at AP Studios and Westland studios in Dublin. “Impressive harmonies & memorable melodies – Everything You Need Is Here, blends everything from the Lemonheads to The Cure with a touch of The LA’s, Teenage Fanclub, Crowded House and James. Worth Checking out”. Colm O’Hare – Hot Press

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THE.WATCHER & THE COMET – November 2009

The Watchet & The Comet – Shane’s critically acclaimed first album, was recorded in Cork and produced by Herbie Macken (Neil Finn, Gavin Friday, The Devlins), and was released under the banner of Caruso. “A diligent line between Bowie & REM, The Watcher & The Comet feels like a forgotten classic”. Eamon De Paor ~ The Metro

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