Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band Make First New Album In 35 Years

Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band Make First New Album In 35 Years

[b]The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band[/b] have made their first studio album in 35 years - with new members [b]Adrian Edmondson[/b], [b]Stephen Fry[/b] and [b]Phill Jupitus[/b] joining the original bonkers gang.

Original members Neil Innes, Roger Ruskin Spear, Rodney Slater, 'Legs' Larry Smith, vernon Dudley Bohay-Nowell, Sam Spoons and Bob Kerr have responded to the enthusiasm that has greeted them during their 40th anniversary tour, and created a brand new album.

'Pour L'Amour Des Chiens' features 70 minutes worth of new material from [b]Neil Innes[/b] and co, 28 tracks - one of which is their own rendition of [b]Kaiser Chiefs[/b]' 'I Predict A Riot'.

The album, released on December 10, will also come with a bonus DVD - featuring previously unreleased live performances. Tracks include the classic 'Urban Spaceman' and 'Jollity Farm'.

[b]Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band[/b] will be playing two shows 'It's A Yappy Christmas' at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire, on December 21 and 22.

More tour dates are expected to be added soon.


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