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|Tired and Emotional|
|Studio album by|
|Studio||Greenfields Studios, Headford, County Galway, Ireland|
|Genre||Pop, rock, New age|
|Mary Coughlan chronology|
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The album sold an unexpected 100,000 copies in Ireland, partly because of a memorable appearance on The Late Late Show . It also received a B+ rating from rock critic Robert Christgau.
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