Despte this being a soundtrack compiling music from '86, Enya wouldn't have even needed "Watermark" for her to be accepted into the new-age music world if this CD had been produced earlier! I'm telling you, this CD is WONDERFUL! I'm desperately searching for words to describe it - magical, fantastical, even poignant! All those seriously touching tunes of every single track can even make you cry if you listen to them repeatedly; the best thing is, you never get sick of feeling sentimental when listening to Enya's music on this album! The lyrics by Roma Ryan have been beautifully crafted to tell a historical story melodiously and in a creatively poetic style. But Enya's tunes that can suit them so masterfully proves her to be the undoubted queen of new-age music and even soundtrack composers! They're such that they really put you in the shoes of the moments the Irish Celts encountered, both sad and rejoiceful. An excellently produced masterpiece that can make history for itself! You HAVE to purchase "The Celts"; listen out for it's title track, "Aldeberan", "I Want Tomorrow", "To Go Beyond", "Epona", "Bard Dance", "Sun in the Stream" and, most importantly, "Fairytale". The latter single is simply an extremely touching piece of instrumental-cum-vocal music. It's highlight would be that in its prologue - Enya crafts through it with an instrument so mystical, you'd just want to listen to the music and even probe into what instrument she uses! This applies, but to a lesser extent, to all her other tracks, earning her the rightful, admirable title of a Maiden of Mystery in the musical world. Buy this CD, y' all; and WELL-DONE to you, Enya!