Susan Boyle's Album "Since His Penis Came Between Us" Tops Charts

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Saturday, 5 September 2009


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The best-known Britain's Got Talent contestant by far, Susan Boyle, should be really happy to know that her debut album, "Since His Penis Came Between Us" has topped the bestsellers list before its release, according to Radio Music.

The album title song is a duo of Susan and John Hiatt that really makes you want to...well, get up and turn it off.

But don't....or you'll miss the rest, including "The Old Dope Peddler", "The Spam Song" and if you're a Jackson Browne fan, "You Don't Want Meat"!

The new album will be out on November 23, 2009, but many fans have been purchasing the album which is available for pre-order.

Get this: Apparently, Boyle has even outsold Whitney Houston!

Plus HER voice never breaks on any of these songs.

Among the other favorites, Susan does "Sold To The Highest Buddha", "She Don't Use Jelly", "Mutant Stomp" and Pearls Before Swine's great "Frog In The Window".

Then Susan pulls out all the stops for "Two-Headed Boy Part 2", "Antwerp's Placebo", Hog Of the Forsaken" and my personal favorite, "Hot Poop", being an old Mothers Of Invention fan!

This CD is even better than it sounds.

Advanced copies are being heard 24 hours a day at Gitmo!

So better order your copy today!

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