Posted by sean on March 27, 2010 at 10:14 pm in Music with 2 Comments

It is quite possibly the most anticipated album since Michael Jackson’s Thriller… The Wurzel’s upcoming covers collection – A Load More Bullocks – the follow up to their excellent Never Mind the Bullocks release.

Here is an excerpt from their official press release

The famous Scrumpy and Western band have put their distinctive ‘west country’ stamp on this fine collection of classic contemporary hits. Take That’s ‘Up All Night’, Nickelback’s ‘Rockstar’, Pulp’s ‘Common People’ and The Stranglers’ ‘Golden Brown’ have all been Wurzelised. Other notable highlights include The Fratelli’s ‘Chelsea Dagger’, Spinal Tap’s ‘Sex Farm’ and the first single – a stunning version of Kaiser Chiefs’ ‘Ruby’

I am excited by the proposed songs and am especially looking forward to the Kaiser Chief’s cover. Hopefully they’ll find time to do Cheryl Cole’s Fight for This Love and that song by Journey that is being played to death everywhere. Both of which would sound great with a Somerset twist.

The album is set for release on the 13th June. Seeing as its release will coincide with The World Cup, how about doing a song for the England National Team?

2 Responses to A Load More Bullocks

  1. Goatman

    March 28, 2010 - 7:19 pm

    Wurzels doing a World Cup song – how about to the tune of ‘I am a Cider Drinker’ ‘I am a Serial Adulterer’? Something Terry and Cole could sing along to..

  2. Sam

    April 21, 2010 - 12:05 pm

    I just watched the video for Ruby on their website!! OMG, its soooo catchy, Ruby Ruby Ruby Ooar ooar ooar!! LOL!!

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