The Wurzels

"A Load More Bullocks" CD


This CD of new material by The Wurzels was released on 13 June 2010, a follow-up to the 2002 release Never Mind The Bullocks. It was issued on the CIA record label, catalogue number CIA013.

The Band Line-Up:

At the time of the recording of this album The Wurzels consisted of Pete Budd, Tommy Banner, John Morgan and Sedge Moore. The CD was recorded and mastered by Louie 'Gribble' Nicastro who as part time Wurzel provided additional vocals and instruments as described in the CD case insert - which is well worth a good read!

The CD Album:

The CD had a total of ten tracks. Nine of these were wurzelised covers of popular chart songs at this time, the tenth was a new track written by Pete Budd entitled Ode To Adge - which was issued as a single - and was a tribute to the founder of The Wurzels, Adge Cutler, who had died in 1974. The CD sleeve gave the release the long description of The Stunning Follow up to 'Never Mind The Bullocks' A Load More Bullocks - Now That's What I Call 'Moo'sic.

Track Details:

  • 1. Rockstar
       (Kroeger/Kroeger/Peake/Adair)   
  • 2. Up All Night
        (Barlow/Owen/Orange/Donald/Norton/Weaver)  

    3.  Ruby
         (Hodgson/Wilson/Baines/Rix/White)
  • 4. Chelsea Dagger
         (Lawler)

    5. Golden Brown
        (Black/Burnel/Cornwell/Greenfield)    
  • 6. Go West
         (Belolo/Morali/Willis)
                 
    7. Sowing The Seeds Of Love
        (Orzabal/Smith)

    8. Common People 
        (Banks/Cocker/Doyle/Mackey/Senior)
           
    9. Sex Farm
        (Guest/McKean/Reiner/Shearer)

    10. Ode To Adge Cutler 
          (Pete Budd)



The CD :

The CD was a black on silver print with a folded glossy thin card insert which included both detailed track listing and a comprehensive list of the musical contributors to the album.

Collectors' Extras:

A signed case insert is always a good addition to a collection as in this example - signed by Tommy Banner, Pete Budd, John Morgan, Sedge Moore and Louie Nicastro.

Promotional flyer emailed out to members of the groups official social media subscriber's list in 2010 in advance of the album's release.