In 1987, Irish new age pop pioneer Enya released her self-titled debut album. The album was a compiled selection of music Enya composed for the BBC TV series The Celts. The album was released on vinyl and cassette before the show aired on television. The album was successful enough to secure her a record deal, and after her following two albums Enya remastered and re-released her debut, and re-titled it The Celts. The 1992 re-release hit number 10 on the UK Albums Chart, and it was an huge international success that far outperformed the original release. The album produced several hits, including Bodecia - a song later sampled in The Fugee's massive 1996 hit Ready Or Not. The Fugees had not cleared the sample or given credit to Enya's song Bodecia. Enya was moving forward with a copyright infringement lawsuit, but she was convinced to settle out of court when she was assured that the rap group was anti-drug and had a positive message in their music. Apparently The Fugues were not familiar with copyright clearance at the time, and they were grateful of Enya, who agreed to a arrangement that gave her proper credit. Boadicea has been sampled many other times, including by producer P. Diddy for Mario Winans 2004 hit I Don't Wanna Know.
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