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Neil Hannon (The Divine Comedy)
~ Thomas Walsh (Pugwash)
Neil Hannon (The Divine Comedy) ~ Thomas Walsh (Pugwash)
::: LIVE ::: Olympia Theatre, Dublin ~ Wed, July 28th 2010
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The Self-Titled Album "THE DUCKWORTH LEWIS METHOD" Fea. the Singles ‘The Age Of Revolution' & ‘Meeting Mr Miandad'.
Nominated for Best Album in the Meteor Music Awards (Ire), Choice Music Prize (Ire), and was shortlisted for the prestigious Ivor Novello Award (UK). Released in Ireland on 1969 Records and available on itunes, Amazon, and
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With new ball in hand, The Duckworth Lewis Method released their eponymous maiden album, July 3 last year – exquisitely timed to coincide with last summer's Ashes tour. Written by Duckworth (Thomas Walsh) and Lewis (Neil Hannon) the album was recorded and mixed in Dublin and mastered just down the road from Lord's in Abbey Road Studios. All the songs are either loosely or tightly connected to the beautiful game of cricket, there are no covers, extra covers or cover drives for that matter. These are all wonderfully crafted pop songs for cricket lovers and non-lovers equally to enjoy.

First delivery, ‘The Coin Toss' , spins wickedly into lead single ‘The Age Of Revolution'.

From ‘Jiggery Pokery' , which tells the tale of the Gatting Ball and features guest cameos from Phill Jupitus, Alexander Armstrong and Matt Berry amongst others, through the Trescothian angst of ‘The Nightwatchman' , to the triple century of ‘Test Match Special' . This album really hits ‘The Sweet Spot' (track4!) with a guest appearance from Cathy Davey.

With trademark melodies and glorious harmonies, the anthemic ‘Meeting Mr Miandad' is yet another album highlight. It depicts Duckworth and Lewis' epic road trip to meet the legendary batsman Javed Miandad .

"The Duckworth Lewis Method" is an album steeped in the love of cricket and pop. The resultant twelve songs are "..a cacophony of leather and willow turning through a cosmos of searing melodies and all round tunes,” says Duckworth in his post match interview.

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