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  • Audio CD (14 May 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B00005COVE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,002 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Whatever You Want
2. Down Down
3. Caroline
4. Paper Plane
5. If You Tolerate This Piss.....
6. No Big Sizes
7. Arseholes
8. Why Is It Always Dairy Lea
9. Fucking Around
10. Pardon?
11. Quorn Medley
12. Bellow
13. A Roll With It
14. Horny
15. Feel Like Shite
16. Country Spouse
17. Tony
18. Planet Of Sound
19. A Roll With It
20. Feel Like Shite
See all 21 tracks on this disc

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The Shirehorses - Our Kid Eh

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Our Kid Eh is quite possibly the most hotly anticipated album of 2001. Forget the new releases from Radiohead and Travis--who needs them when you've got Radioshed and Dave Lee Travisty, just two of the many aliases of Britain's greatest pub rockers, Shirehorses. Probably better known for their day jobs as Radio One DJ Mark Radcliffe and his trusty sidekick The Boy Lard, by night they transform themselves into the popular beat combo beloved by dozens, the mighty 'Horse. With the top-selling bargain-bin album The Worst Shirehorses Album in the World...Ever! behind them, there's no stopping them, as they take on the finest British bands around... and lose. Highlights include "Bellow"--a tenderly shouted tribute to the Boy Lard which puts Coldplay to shame--and "Fucking Around", a song that raises a smile with the taunt "you chuffing wizened chimp". Things do go a bit flat in the middle with "Pardon?" and "Quorn Medley", but they soon pick up again with "A Roll with This". In a world of po-faced serious musicians, Our Kid, Eh? is truly refreshing and should see itself slam-dunking its way straight into the Top 10. Biddly, biddly, bong. --Helen Marquis

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By leeinindia@savetheplanet.co.uk on 25 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Our Kid Eh will go down in history as being a musical/comedy masterpiece - fact. I read the reviews on this site before buying both Our Kid Eh and The Worst Shirehorses Album in the World Ever.... EVER, and was under the impression that Our Kid Eh was not as good as the first album. WRONG!!! If The Worst album.... is musical genius, Our Kid Eh is a step up from a masterpiece, musically it is much easier to listen to (sounds like a real band having a good bash at copying the original artists instead of a drunken Mark and Lard thrashing the drums and guitar in the first album)and the songs are longer, so you really get into singing along with them. True, there is less banter on Our Kid Eh, but this is made up with comedy from the top draw - the lyrics are side-splittingly funny. I dare anyone to listen to 'you were always f@cking around' or 'arseholes' and not want to sing the shirehorses lyrics whenever you hear the original songs!! For the price you will not find a better way to put a smile on your face then Our Kid Eh. Buy it you chuffin wizened chimps!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 July 2001
Format: Audio CD
I have been waiting for this album for so long! Following in the "cheap, tacky but humorous" line of their first outing, the mighty 'Horses have provided us with an amazing album. Keeping the spirit of their outlandish live performances, songs like 'Why Is It Always Dairy Lea,' 'Feel Like Shite' and epic Stan spoof 'Tony' keep you laughing for hours at their weird lyrics and spot-on musical pastiching... a sure reflection of Mark and Lard's cheeky sense of humour, not to mention The Dark Prince and Dick 'The Buttocks' Scruttock's genius. If you liked "The Worst Shirehorses Album In The World... Ever!" then you'll love this - witty, cheeky and jam packed with obscene language and even the occasional "I was having a drrrrrink then!" It's well worth it!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 31 July 2001
Format: Audio CD
I purchased the first album a long time ago and I was very...confused by the way two old men could make such amazing songs. But I did laugh and ,in my mind, it was a very good and original album. I thought it was so good that I should may as well buy the second album.
It is good but no way better than the first. My favourite track is (3) 'Arseholes'. That is the funniest one, and it also takes the piss out of Robbie Williams.
I recomend this album to anyone with a sense of humour.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 May 2001
Format: Audio CD
The Shhh-shhh-shirehorses second album sees the lads presenting another collection of tracks once again recently pilfered by a "bunch of robbin' gets" in the popular music scene. Once again, it's absolutely hilarious!
From the woeful ballad, "Why is it always Dairylea?", (which reflects on the difficulty in obtaining quality cheeses), to the rock anthem edge of "A roll with it", (another hit from the Gallagher-Radcliffe-Riley archive) this album is full of comedy takes on recent hits.
My personal favourite is "Pardon?", which sees Mark and Lard poking fun at the Beastie Boys, Shaggy, and other completely indecipherable artists. Take a listen, and see how many nursery rhymes you can pick up on!
My least favourite is probably the Status Quorn medley, which is just a little too much like the orginal (sorry, robbed!) songs.
It's a terrible shame that "kiss me lardy one more time" (performed on the accompanying tour) is missing from the album. No need!!
The CD also has 3 videos on it, taken from the tour, which make good comedy viewing.
In short, if you liked the last album, you'll love this - it's a BIG improvement. If you're unfamilar with the Shirehorses, but like M'n'L, the chances are you'll like this album, too.
That said, it's not for everyone - Mark and Lard are an acquired taste. Don't let your kids near this album; the language is strong all the way through, and just blatantly pornographic in parts.
All this said, it's very, very funny, and I'd recommend it to anyone with a sense of humour. Rock on, our kid!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nick_bramley@talk21.com on 22 May 2001
Format: Audio CD
I spend about half of my working life on the road and always tried to make sure I was in the car sometime during Mark and Lards show in the afternoon. It was becoming increasingly difficult to arrange this so when the new album was released I was straight to the shop to purchase it. Without quite knowing what to expect, I thought it would be fairly mild humour (similar to the shows content). However upon first listen I was quite shocked at how far they go .... I laughed out loud even though I was alone in the car. It must be funny, my wife didn't tell me to turn it off when I picked her up!! Anyway it contains 14 tracks parodying what I would class as some of my favourite bands and I'm getting to the point where I'd rather listen to the (original?) shirehorse version. Can't wait for the next one already ....
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 May 2001
Format: Audio CD
The new album is cool. If you have never heard the Shirehorses, this album is the one you should get. Having both albums, there is no real change from the last album; Mark and Lard are again writing very funny songs, and have a great sense of humor. The songs are great and will keep you laughing for days. If you buy this album, and enjoy it, get the other Shirehorses album, The Worst Album In The World ever ...... EVER!!! If you need to know more, listen to mark and lard on the radio.
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