Written by Harold Q. Fuey
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Topics: Music, Susan Boyle

Wednesday, 24 February 2010

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SuBo's new album

I can exclusively reveal the details of Susan Boyle's much-anticipated second album. Talking exclusively, the chief executive of SipCo Recording Discs, Simon Cowpat, told me "I can reveal that Susan Boyle's second album will be entitled 'Susan Boyle sings the Central London Phonebook'".

Wiping a tear from his eye, Cowpat told me "Susan's rendition of 'Mrs. A.P. Smith, 7654431' reduced me to tears!" Cowpat also exclusively told me "No expense has been spared on this album. We recorded it on my own state-of-the-art Sony tape Walkman, and we'll release it on cutting edge wax disc in the near future."

Fanatics have given mixed reactions.

Fanatic 'TickleMyBellyPink' babbled "As a self-appointed expert in elementary psychobabble, I have analysed the psychological meaning of the album. The choice of the phone book clearly shows that Susan needs to reach out to someone."

American fanatics Happy and Clappy took time out of their busy blessing everything that moves session to tell me "we are, of course, disappointed that there are no religious songs on the album. We will start praying for Simon to change his mind."

A Californian fanatic enthused "I have 7 million copies on pre-order!"

The disc is expected to hit all good shops soon, costing no more than 3 Groats.

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