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Banzai For Sale! For Christmas! For Cheap!

So, here we are. It’s coming up to Christmas and you’re thinking, ‘I just can’t think of what to get my Mum and Dad/Nephew/Friend/Pet/etc”. Well, fear not, my friends, for I have the answer. Three good, slightly dandruff-ridden, socially afflicted friends of mine have just realeased their debut album. It’s called ‘We Are The Banzai Buddy Band!’. You can listen to it right here, right now. There are 9 tracks, hit the scroll button to hear the other tracks [either side of the play button on the player].

The whole album plus extras is available for immediate download in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire, for as little as 0.1p to as much as you want. Just click on the ‘download’ link on the player. Also included are some pictures of the band and a picture of a wind strategy lecture that followed a portion of a gig that included talks on splitting the atom and birdwatching, as well as live aerobics and molecular pictionary/guess the chemical reaction.

A little note.

This is not the album I’ve been working on proper! This is just a little fun project that may or may not develop into a musical and dominate Broadway for years to come.

Get it now before the downloads run out :)

4 responses to “Banzai For Sale! For Christmas! For Cheap!”

  1. Ben says:

    great solo mike, love it when taste is left well and truly at the door ;-) nice one…

  2. Tony Penultimate says:

    I paid nine guineas – top album btw. I notice from your resume you’re a professor, is that why youre wearing glasses? What about a pipe? Rocking back and forth on your hells and jingling change in your pocket? Dont mean to give you tips but image is everthing in this business!
    Toodle pip

  3. Mike Outram says:

    So cool of you to buy the album, Mr. Penultimate. Thank you!

    Your suggestions are timely as we’re, naturally, considering material for a follow-up album. I feel there are some, as yet, unwritten songs about professors and their lovely habits; so, rest assured that The Banzai Buddy Band will endeavour to set this straight.

    Yours, shredding like a white knuckled Yngwie sandwich


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