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Monty Python - The Hastily Cobbled Together For A Fast Buck Album

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Scan submitted/created by [MisterKite]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Unknown
Reference :
Date :
Made In :
Quality :Studio
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 59:00

Comments
Despite this title, this 1981 album was never actually released to the public, for a fast buck or otherwise. Andre Jacquiem, who put together much of the Python's album work, cobbled this album together from material which had been recorded for other albums (mostly The Contractual Obligation Album), but not used. Highlights include some very funny pieces from the school in "The Meaning of Life", more digs at accountants, the "Otto" & "Psychopath" segments, both written for "Life Of Brian" but not used, and "Memory Training", an older skit with a new ending - Graham Chapman rattling off names of towns where "Life Of Brian" was banned! The album was given by Michael Palin to the band Motorhead as a gift, and found its way, unofficially, into the hands of fans. It has been supplemented by outtakes from the uncredited spoken word piece Michael Palin extemporised for Motorhead's 1986 "Rock'n'Roll" album. Some tracks have since found their way onto reissues of the original Python albums, as bonus tracks.


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
An Announcer(Python)
0:33
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
2.
Here Comes Another One(Python)
0:26
Song
Studio
Unreleased
1980
Monty Python
3.
Im So Worried!(Python)
2:57
Song
Studio
Unreleased
1980
Monty Python
4.
Mrs Particle & Mrs Velocity(Python)
2:11
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
5.
(Medley)(unknown)
4:35
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Otto & The Suicide Squad(Python)
Song
Version details available
Studio
Unreleased
1978
Monty Python
From "Life of Brian"
 
Otto Song(Python)
Song
Version details available
Studio
Unreleased
1978
Monty Python
From "Life of Brian"
6.
Rooting Around In My Attic(Python)
0:40
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
7.
Psychopath(Python)
1:55
Song
Version details available
Studio
Unreleased
1978
Monty Python
From "Life of Brian"
8.
Olympic Shopping(Python)
3:45
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
9.
Bunn, Whackett, Buzzard, Stubble & Boot(Python)
1:52
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
10.
Talking Science(Python)
2:06
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
11.
School Song (Play Up!)(Python)
2:59
Song
Version details available
Studio
Unreleased
1983
Monty Python
From "The Meaning of Life"
12.
(Medley)(unknown)
2:19
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Headmaster(Python)
Song
Version details available
Studio
Unreleased
1983
Monty Python
From "The Meaning of Life"
 
Dead School Boy(Python)
Song
Version details available
Studio
Unreleased
1983
Monty Python
From "The Meaning of Life"
13.
Laughing At The Unfortunate(Python)
1:38
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
14.
(Medley)(unknown)
2:41
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Leg Amputation(Python)
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
 
Reassuring Your Doctor(Python)
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
15.
(Medley)(unknown)
3:13
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Deep-Sea Insurance Agent(Python)
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
 
Accounting Shanty(Python)
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
16.
Indian Restaurant(Python)
2:55
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
17.
Minister Of Defence(Python)
0:31
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
18.
Freelance Undertaker(Python)
1:12
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
19.
Rudyard Kipling(Python)
2:38
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
20.
Apology(Python)
0:22
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
21.
Memory Training(Python)
4:48
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
22.
Acronyms(Python)
0:53
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
23.
Hi-Fi Shop(Python)
6:17
Song
Studio
Unreleased
(date unknown)
Monty Python
24.
Michael Palin's Announcements For Motorhead(Palin)
5:23
Song
Outtake
Studio
1986
Motorhead, Monty Python
Five outtakes - 0:47, 1:20, 0:39, 0:42, 1:34 & 0:21
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: acerimmerOn 22 Oct 2007 at 12:59 CEST
it's a pity that the sex pistols got the great title
"flogging a dead horse"
but the title is just as good and sooo right
this is aged old crap
very very poor
as herman's hermits sang
"it's a must to avoid"
Review by: steve23yhOn 30 Oct 2007 at 23:22 CEST
Hmm, 1/10 feels a tad harsh.

I suppose it depends on how much of a Python fan you are. If you live and breath Python, this is completely dispensible, as you'll have all of it anyway.

If you're a passing acquaintance or Python detractor, it's clearly well-substandard, and should be avoided, even if a Norwegian tries to slap you in the face with a large fish.

For those in the middle ground, it's probably worth trading for (or downloading). It's got "I'm So Worried!", which is a classy little number, and the Deep Sea Insurance Agent and Memory Training aren't too bad.

There's a decent amount of the bottom of the barrel here - but given that it was never intended for commercial release and only ever produced as a favour for a friend, that's probably fair enough. Many more misses than hits (but then, wasn't that the case with the TV series, once the editor's rose-tinted spectacles are removed?).


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Filename: mptahctfafb
Originally filled by: Aidanymous
Date of creation: 24 Sep 2007 19:33:53
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 02 Sep 2008 00:44:25
Online on : 02 Sep 2008
Type of media: Bootleg CD


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