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Australia’s best-loved and most un-PC artist and comedian Buddy Goode returns with‘SONGS TO RUIN EVERY OCCASION’; An album jam-packed full of fourteen brand new hilariously inappropriate songs.
Growing up, Buddy’s mumma constantly reminded him that his presence at any occasion was enough to ruin it. Released today, ‘SONGS TO RUIN EVERY OCCASION’ features gems like ‘Up There Hopoate (The NRL Grand Final Song)’ and ‘Epidural (The Having A Baby Song)’. "The last time I was this excited about a release was Schapelle Corby's", said Buddy today.
Taking out the 2012 and 2014 ARIA Awards for Best Comedy Release, Buddy Goode has firmly cemented himself as the authority in the inappropriate.
Buddy says "Songs To Ruin Every Occasion is personally my greatest album to date... No longer will the bar be set so low!"
Previously endorsed by one critic “as politically incorrect as you can get”, this 14 track release covers every possible event on the holiday calendar and so much more.
1. It's Your Birthday (The Birthday Song)
2. Better Easter Than Jesus (The Easter Song)
3. Tap 3 Times (The Funeral Song)
4. I'm Trying (The Wedding/Marriage Song)
5. Happy Anniversary Baby (The Anniversary Song)
6. My Pretty Little Valentine (The Valentine’s Day Song)
7. The Race That Stops An Asian (The Melbourne Cup Song)
8. I Love My Mother (The Mothers Day Song)
9. Up There Hopoate (The NRL Grand Final Song)
10. One In A Million (The Fathers Day Song)
11. Epidural (The Having A Baby Song)
12. Happy Birthday Australia (The Australia Day Song)
13. 65 (The Retirement Song)
14. New Year’s Resolution (The New Years Eve Song)
BUDDY GOODE | UPCOMING LIVE DATES
28 August – Gympie Music Muster, Gympie QLD
2-3 September – Murwillumbah Roots Festival
9-17 October – Cruisin’ Country
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