Adam's Curse is a new band formed by ex Glyder guitarist and songwriter Bat Kinane. During the Covid epidemic Bat found himself with a lot of spare time and Adam's Curse was born. The style of the band goes back to Bat's classic rock roots with influences of Thin Lizzy, Rory Gallagher married with elements of modern and progressive rock. The band derives it's name from the W.B. Yeats poem of the same name "Adam's Curse". The album'S opening track, "A Vibe for Philo" is an homage to the annual tribute concert held in Dublin every year since Phil Lynott's death. It was started by a close friend of Phil Lynotts's, Smiley Bolger. The concert was where Glyder had it's beginnings back in 2004. The song was written the night after Bat last played the concert in 2011 as a member of the Pat MC Manus band. The second track is "Stargazer", a song Bat wrote after his uncle and father died and was on the Glyder debut. The album explores a lot of the themes of life and death with a similar theme in the ending song "Starlight". "Satellite" was inspired by Bat's interest in astronomy and as a child got a small Russian telescope from his parents one Christmas. The title track was inspired by walking in the Wicklow mountains where there are many megalithic tombs. Themes of global warming and the destruction of the planet are explored in "Poison Spring" and "Borrowed time", while "What lives matter" and "Unmask your face" deal with contemporary issues of cancel culture, keyboard warriors and the hatred that exist in the world today. More personal themes are explored in "My Canoe" which is about doing everything one can to raise a family and "Funeral of My Soul" was written not long after Glyder split and deals with the frustration of being an artist. One of the highlights of the album is "Tattoos and Loneliness" about a girl who looks at her ink and it reminds her of her past.
Adam's Curse is a new band formed by ex Glyder guitarist and songwriter Bat Kinane. During the Covid epidemic Bat found himself with a lot of spare time and Adam's Curse was born. The style of the band goes back to Bat's classic rock roots with influences of Thin Lizzy, Rory Gallagher married with elements of modern and progressive rock. The band derives it's name from the W.B. Yeats poem of the same name "Adam's Curse". The album'S opening track, "A Vibe for Philo" is an homage to the annual tribute concert held in Dublin every year since Phil Lynott's death. It was started by a close friend of Phil Lynotts's, Smiley Bolger. The concert was where Glyder had it's beginnings back in 2004. The song was written the night after Bat last played the concert in 2011 as a member of the Pat MC Manus band. The second track is "Stargazer", a song Bat wrote after his uncle and father died and was on the Glyder debut. The album explores a lot of the themes of life and death with a similar theme in the ending song "Starlight". "Satellite" was inspired by Bat's interest in astronomy and as a child got a small Russian telescope from his parents one Christmas. The title track was inspired by walking in the Wicklow mountains where there are many megalithic tombs. Themes of global warming and the destruction of the planet are explored in "Poison Spring" and "Borrowed time", while "What lives matter" and "Unmask your face" deal with contemporary issues of cancel culture, keyboard warriors and the hatred that exist in the world today. More personal themes are explored in "My Canoe" which is about doing everything one can to raise a family and "Funeral of My Soul" was written not long after Glyder split and deals with the frustration of being an artist. One of the highlights of the album is "Tattoos and Loneliness" about a girl who looks at her ink and it reminds her of her past.
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DISC: 1

1. A Vibe For Philo
2. Stargazer
3. Tattoos ; Loneliness
4. Borrowed Time
5. Poison Spring
6. My Canoe
7. Funeral Of My Soul
8. Satellite
9. What Lives Matter?
10. Unmask Your Face
11. What The Ancients Knew About Us
12. Starlight

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Adam's Curse is a new band formed by ex Glyder guitarist and songwriter Bat Kinane. During the Covid epidemic Bat found himself with a lot of spare time and Adam's Curse was born. The style of the band goes back to Bat's classic rock roots with influences of Thin Lizzy, Rory Gallagher married with elements of modern and progressive rock. The band derives it's name from the W.B. Yeats poem of the same name "Adam's Curse". The album'S opening track, "A Vibe for Philo" is an homage to the annual tribute concert held in Dublin every year since Phil Lynott's death. It was started by a close friend of Phil Lynotts's, Smiley Bolger. The concert was where Glyder had it's beginnings back in 2004. The song was written the night after Bat last played the concert in 2011 as a member of the Pat MC Manus band. The second track is "Stargazer", a song Bat wrote after his uncle and father died and was on the Glyder debut. The album explores a lot of the themes of life and death with a similar theme in the ending song "Starlight". "Satellite" was inspired by Bat's interest in astronomy and as a child got a small Russian telescope from his parents one Christmas. The title track was inspired by walking in the Wicklow mountains where there are many megalithic tombs. Themes of global warming and the destruction of the planet are explored in "Poison Spring" and "Borrowed time", while "What lives matter" and "Unmask your face" deal with contemporary issues of cancel culture, keyboard warriors and the hatred that exist in the world today. More personal themes are explored in "My Canoe" which is about doing everything one can to raise a family and "Funeral of My Soul" was written not long after Glyder split and deals with the frustration of being an artist. One of the highlights of the album is "Tattoos and Loneliness" about a girl who looks at her ink and it reminds her of her past.