With three drummers, electric guitar, and Highland pipes, Saor Patrol can make a big noise – and here they let out all the stops and do just that. With the Gibson on full distort, they manage to come across as distinctly fearsome, although over the course of a full album it ends up as repetitive, with only a few real variations like "Badholly" (using the hambone rhythm) seeming strikingly different. It's probably far more effective in concert, where the sound and spectacle would be overwhelming, but in the cleaner sonic space of the studio it can't quite work its magic so well. Two Headed Dog - Duncarron Electric: Scottish pipes & drums untamed - with the addition of powerful electric guitar and bass arrangements. This is the hard rock version of Saor Patrol’s album “Duncarron” (not all songs are the same).