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Shabby Road
20170918 011616

Released

26 September 1969

Recorded

22 February – 20 August 1969 EMI, Olympic and Trident Studios, London

Genre

Rock

Length

47:23

Label

Rutle Corps

Preceded By

Yellow Submarine Sandwich (1969)

Succeeded By

Let It Rot (1970)

Shabby Road is the name of an album by The Rutles, released on 26 September 1969, their last recorded album, but not last released (Let It Rot). Tracks 9-17 form a medley sometimes noted as one song called "The Shabby Road Medley". Tracks 14-16 are sometimes noted as one song called "The Bronze Blunders Medley".  The fact that Stig isn't wearing any pants, was another clue that convinced fans that he was actually dead

TracksEdit

  1. "Eine Kleine Middle Klasse Musik"
  2. "Somewhat?" (O'Hara)
  3. "Maxine's Silver Lawn Mower"
  4. "Ah! Honey"
  5. "Easy Listening" (Wom)
  6. "I Warned You (She's Too Heavy)"
  7. "Here Comes Your Mom" (O'Hara)
  8. "How"
  9. "Why Do You Want My Money?"
  10. "Sinking"
  11. "Cheerful Cousin Charlie"
  12. "Hexachlorophene Sham"
  13. "He Went in Through the Front Door"
  14. "Bronze Blunders"
  15. "Plenty of Time"
  16. "The Lunch You Take"
  17. "Lullaby" (Hidden Track)

2019 Super Deluxe EditionEdit

On 8 August 2019, Rutle Corps announced the upcoming release of 50th anniversary editions of the album scheduled for 27 September. Presented with new mixes in stereo, 5.1 surround, and Dolby Atmos, expanded with previously unreleased session recordings and demos, the special anniversary releases includes Super Deluxe 4 disc set, 3 LP deluxe vinyl, 2 CD deluxe, limited edition picture disc, CD, LP, and tea bags.

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