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Published on Mar 10, 2009

Boudica (also spelled Boudicca, formerly known as Boadicea, and known in Welsh as "Buddug")[1] (d. AD 60 or 61) was a queen of the Iceni tribe of what is now known as East Anglia in England, who led an uprising of the tribes against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire.

Enya (1987) 2.85m sales, later re-issued as The Celts
1"The Celts" 2:50
2"Aldebaran" (dedicated to Ridley Scott) 3:05
3"I Want Tomorrow" 4:02
4"March of the Celts" 3:10
5"Deireadh an Tuath" 1:43
6"The Sun in the Stream" 2:55
7"To Go Beyond, Pt. 1" 1:20
8"Fairytale" 3:03
9"Epona" 1:36
10"Triad: St. Patrick / Cú Chulainn / Oisin" 4:25
11"Portrait" 1:23 1
12"Boadicea" 3:30
13"Bard Dance" 1:23
14"Dan y Dŵr" 1:41
15"To Go Beyond, Pt. 2" 2:50
1990s Warner reissue substituted the original recording of this song, called "Portrait", with a longer re-recording of the same piece, "Out of the Blue", which had been released on the B-side of "Orinoco Flow". The original "Portrait" version can be found on the BBC and Atlantic Records issues.

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    • Standard YouTube License
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  • Album

    • The Very Best Of Enya (Standard CD)
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    • WMG (on behalf of Warner Music UK); CMRRA, UBEM, EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, and 6 Music Rights Societies


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