This self-titled release from Enya was recorded for a 1986 documentary called "The Celts" and was heard on the documentary. This album unfortunately was not noticed in public when first released which is a shame because this is a really beautiful and haunting album. The only problem I have is that it's very short. This original album runs at only 39 and a half minutes and leaves you wanting more.
This album has been out of print for a long time but was re-issued as "The Celts" in 1992 with new artwork. The biggest difference between this and it's re-issued version is that the song "Portrait(Out of The Blue)" is very short and runs at less than one and a half minute where as the version on the 1992 re-issued "The Celts" has the song extended to over 3 minutes with a new melodic part inserted and it improves the song by a longshot. The album cover on here is black and white.
This version of "The Celts" is more for the completists or to provide yourself with a back-up copy of "The Celts" but on a musical scale this is a really beautiful album.