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The debut studio album by the Irish musician, originally released in February 2002. The album is dedicated to Rice's friend Mic Christopher, who died of a head injury in 2001. Damien Rice was previously a member of the band Juniper, and upon the disbandment due to changes in creative direction, he took a sabbatical in rural Italy before returning to Ireland. He would meet with his second cousin, composer David Arnold who was impressed upon hearing Rice's songs and sent Rice's demo to music publishers to no success. Frustrated, Arnold worked with Rice to set up recording equipment for a home studio to make the album independently. Features the singles 'The Blower's Daughers', 'Cannonball' and 'Volcano'.

As featured on the Irish Independent’s Top 50 Irish Albums Of ALL Time

1. Delicate - Damien Rice
2. Volcano - Damien Rice
3. The Blower's Daughter - Damien Rice
4. Cannonball - Damien Rice
5. Older Chests - Damien Rice
6. Amie - Damien Rice
7. Cheers Darlin' - Damien Rice
8. Cold Water - Damien Rice
1. I Remember - Damien Rice
2. Eskimo - Damien Rice
3. Prague (Bonus Track) - Damien Rice
4. Silent Night (Feat. Lisa Hannigan) (Bonus Track) - Damien Rice
5. The Professor & La Fille Danse (Live at Cornucopia) - Damien Rice
6. Lonelily (Bonus Track) - Damien Rice
7. Woman Like a Man - Damien Rice
8. Moody Mooday (Bonus Track) - Damien Rice

Year of Production:2002