In addition to the CD album the promo box contains five prints
as shown. The text on the final print reads:
"EITHNE NI BHRAONAIN, now known simply as ENYA left her
home in County Donegal to join the family band, Clannad. After
playing with them for two albums and tours, she decided to make
the break and go on alone.
Whilst developing this new direction, ENYA composed, scored
and sang on such sound tracks as David Puttnam's The
Frog Prince and BBC TV's The Celts as
well as working briefly with Sinead O'Connor, before emerging
with her first truly solo work, Watermark.
Sometimes a haunting solo voice, sometimes a choral swathe of
one hundred tracks of her own multi-tracked voice. Softening the
technology of synthesisers with natural and acoustic sounds is
central to ENYA'S work.
Whether as a composer, arranger, keyboard player or singer,
the emergence of ENYA will not go unnoticed."