Monty Python to re-release album ahead of tour

Remastered album Monty Python Sings (Again) to land on June 9th.
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Ahead of their final tour, the Monty Python team is re-releasing the Monty Python Sings album.

The remastered release, titled Monty Python Sings (again), is marking the 25th anniversary of its original release, the 45th anniversary of the TV debut of Monty Python’s Flying Circus and the arrival of Monty Python Live (mostly).

Monty Python Sings is a collection of the best Monty Python songs and was originally released in 1989 to celebrate Monty Python’s 20th anniversary. The album was dedicated, ‘To Graham, with love John, Terry, Eric, Terry and Michael’.

This re-release features brand new recordings, 'long-forgotten gems' from the Python archives, remixed Terry Gilliam cover artwork and a bonus disc featuring their debut album Monty Python’s Flying Circus.

Take a look at the track listing below:

1. Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life

2. Meaning Of Life

3. The Silly Walk Song

4. Penis Song (Not the Noel Coward Song)

5. Money Song

6. Oliver Cromwell

7. Accountancy Shanty

8. Finland

9. Medical Love Song

10. I'm So Worried

11. Every Sperm Is Sacred

12. I Like Chinese

13. The Naval Medley

14. Sit On My Face

15. Never Be Rude To An Arab

16. Eric The Half A Bee

17. Brian Song

18. Rudyard Kipling

19. Nudge Rap / Blackmail

20. Bruces' Philosophers' Song

21. Knights Of The Round Table

22. All Things Dull And Ugly

23. Decomposing Composers

24. Henry Kissinger

25. I've Got Two Legs

26. Rainy Day In Berlin

27. Christmas In Heaven

28. Galaxy Song

29. Spam Song

30. Lousy Song

31. Lumberjack Song


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