This effort was on Hectic House headed notepaper and had the "panda to all tastes" motif. It involves the return of the Beater and a gig plus Beer Necessities being released.
ORIGINAL MACC LADS AT THE KILBURN NATIONAL
For the first time in five years the original Macc Lads' line-up will appear on stage together in London this month.
THE MACC LADS PLAY LONDON KILBURN NATIONAL BALLROOM ON THUR NOV 29th
The return of original drummer Stez Styx is a result of his release from the lovely Liverpool holiday home of Walton earlier this year. His first action was to threaten replacement drummer Chorley the Hord with disembowlment. Chorley now runs a wool shop in Kilmarnock.
The Macc Lads first line-up was completed with the return of axe-man the Beater. He had left the band in Dec 1988 for an arranged marriage in Goa, India but returned to England after finding out that playing the sitar is not exactly the same as a guitar. "Fast Fret" McCavity is missing presumed sleeping.
Having got back together, the trio resumed drinking after arguing over who had got the last round in, pausing only to enter a recording studio on September 3rd to record a new album.
The results are released this month as "THE BEER NECESSITIES" on the band's own Hectic House label. It includes the tracks "Alcohol", "Fellatio Nelson", "More Tea Vicar" and 13 others. Oh, and there's a very silly song called "Poodles" on the compact disc. The Lads have also made their acting debut in their new video which is also called "THE BEER NECESSITIES".
The Kilburn gig is part of the "Bog and Roll Circus" tour which also features Liverpool's very own Mr Eddie Shit, the very lovely Ms Stella Strict and physiologically unlikely Mr Methane. The latter two also appear on the LP. Eddie Shit doesn't because Stez Styx hates his guts.
Apart from that it will be very much business as usual with lots of drinking, swearing, anally fixated jokes and of course lots of poor jibes about southern "poufters".
FOR MORE INFO RING THE THICK GIT WHO ANSWERS THE PHONE AT HECTIC HOUSE