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.


It has recorded artists such as Westlife, 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 some of Accelerate, their 14th studio album.[3]


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


  1. ^ Snow Patrol recording in Grouse Lodge 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
  4. ^ a b "Westmeath Business Tops World Young Business Achievers Awards" Westmeath County Enterprise Board Ltd retrieved November 13, 2006

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