Grouse Lodge

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Grouse Lodge is a recording studio near Rosemount, County Westmeath, Ireland. Designed by Andy Munro it has two studios and living quarters in nine stone outhouses, integrating the existing 275‑year‑old stone structure.

Artists[edit]

It has recorded artists such as Bell X1, McFly ("Motion In The Ocean"), Snow Patrol (Eyes Open, A Hundred Million Suns),[1]Editors (An End Has A Start), Bloc Party (A Weekend in the City), Laminate, Duman (Duman I and Duman II) Doves, Manic Street Preachers (tracks from their Lifeblood and Send Away The Tigers albums), Muse (Absolution) and Royseven (The Art of Insincerity) and Michael Jackson.[2] R.E.M. used the studio to record their 14th studio album.[3]

Awards[edit]

  • Irish
- Winner[4]
  • World Young Business Achievers Award 2004 - Winner[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Snow Patrol recording in Grouse Lodge Snowpatrol.com accessed November 13, 2006
  2. ^ Maria Daly, "Pop king Michael Jackson interviewed in Rosemount," Athlone Advertiser [1] Last accessed 11 November 2006
  3. ^ R.E.M.HQ: NEWS at www.remhq.com
  4. ^ a b "Westmeath Business Tops World Young Business Achievers Awards" Westmeath County Enterprise Board Ltd retrieved November 13, 2006

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