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Choice Language

Choice Language
Studio album by Capercaillie
Released April 2003
Genre Folk rock
Label Survival Records
Capercaillie chronology
Live in Concert
(2002)
Choice Language
(2003)
Roses and Tears
(2008)

Choice Language is the ninth studio album by folk rock band Capercaillie. The promo cd was issued in a cardboard sleeve with a different track listing and one alternate song title that differed from the final release.

Promo track listing

  1. "Mile Marbhaisg (A Thousand Curses)" - 4:34
  2. "Mooney's" - 3:53
  3. "The Boy Who" - 4:31
  4. "A State of Yearning" - 4:41
  5. "Little Do They Know" - 5:28
  6. "The Old Crone (Port Na Caillich)" - 3:45
  7. "Sound of Sleat" - 4:29
  8. "Who Will Raise Their Voice" - 4:48
  9. "Nuair a Chi Thu Caileag Bhoidheach" - 4:58
  10. "At Dawn of Day" - 5:11
  11. "Sort of Slides" - 5:14
  12. "I Will Set My Ship in Order" - 6:04

Final track listing

  1. "Mile Marbhaisg Air A Ghaol (A Thousand Curses On Love)" - 4:34
  2. "Homer's Reel" - 3:53
  3. "The Old Crone (Port Na Caillich)" - 3:45
  4. "Little Do They Know" - 5:28
  5. "At Dawn of Day" - 5:11
    • "Air Fair An La (At Dawn of Day)"
    • "Cailleach Liath Rathasai (Grey-haired Woman from Raasay)"
  6. "The Boy Who" - 4:31
  7. "The Sound of Sleat" - 4:29
    • "The Sound of Sleat"
    • "The Fear"
    • "Dans Plinn"
  8. "Nuair a Chi Thu Caileag Bhoidheach (When You See a Pretty Girl)" - 4:58
  9. "Who Will Raise Their Voice?" - 4:48
  10. "(I am in) A State of Yearning (Tha Fadachd Om Fhin)" - 4:41
  11. "Sort of Slides" - 5:14
    • "Choice Language"
    • "Bring Out the Will"
    • "Come Ahead Charlie"
  12. "I Will Set My Ship in Order" - 6:04


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