Old Farts in Caravan Parks

$20.00

NEW STOCK JUST ARRIVED. This is the final run (500)  of ‘Old Farts’. Once sold, they will not be available as a physical CD again.

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Track listing:

Vasectomy Song; Lillee & McEnroe; Sheik Of Scrubby Creek; Waratah Rock ‘N’ Roll Ball; I Wish Mate, I Wish; Full Moon Girl; Dog With No Hair; My Dad Snores; Teach Me To Drive, Dad; The Bowls (Bush Poem); I Still Call The Commercial Home; Drunken Duncan; Big Bum On The Toilet Seat; Boogie With M’ Baby; Bill The Cat; Crocodile Roll; Old Farts In Caravan Parks.

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Weight 122 g
Dimensions 130 × 130 × 20 mm
Year

2003

Track Listing
  1. The Vasectomy Song
  2. Lillee & McEnroe
  3. Shiek Of Scrubby Creek
  4. Waratah Rock 'n' Roll Ball
  5. I Wish Mate
  6. I Wish; Full Moon Girl
  7. Dog With No Hair
  8. My Dad Snores
  9. Teach me to Drive
  10. Dad; The Bowls (Bush Poem)
  11. I Still Call The Commercial Home
  12. Drunken Duncan
  13. Big Bum On The Toilet Seat
  14. Boogie With M'Baby
  15. Bill The Cat
  16. Crocodile Roll
  17. Old Farts In Caravan Parks

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