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The Late Late Show launches charity album in aid of SVP

The Late Late Show launches charity album featuring unique live performances from the show to raise money for St Vincent de Paul.

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The Late Late Show and Universal Music Ireland today launch a brand new double-album including 21 unique performances from the show, to raise money for St Vincent de Paul.

“As seen on The Late Late Show” features more than 40 Irish and international acts and includes one-off live tracks drawn directly from the last ten years of the TV show including: Walking on Cars and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra’s ‘Speeding Cars’; Christy Moore singing ‘Delirium Tremens’; Damien Rice featuring the Dublin Gospel Choir performing ‘Trusty & True’; Midge Ure with a solo version of ‘Vienna’ and Gavin James with ‘Bitter Pill’.

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