Still Got Legs is the second studio album by British rock band Chameleon Circuit, who play songs about hit British science fiction TV series Doctor Who, a genre called 'Trock' (standing for 'Time Lord Rock', named after the species of the main character of the show). The album was released through DFTBA Records on 12 July 2011.
In late 2010, the band announced that work had begun on their second album, with American YouTuberMichael Aranda working as producer. In January 2011, they officially announced the departure of Chris Beattie and the addition of Ed Blann to the band, as well as the album title; so named for the Eleventh Doctor's exclamation upon his regeneration.
In April 2011, Chameleon Circuit found themselves struggling with producer trouble when Aranda was refused entry back into the UK after a trip to France, by border officials. The band set up an online petition to help him re-enter England, and were successful. Aranda was granted a week's re-entry to the UK. Meanwhile, drink company Red Bull were made aware of Chameleon Circuit's predicament, and offered to send the band to Paris to complete recording there. Following this incident, Aranda was announced an official member of the band.
Following completion of the album, the band hosted a listening party for a small number of fans at Red Bull's London studio in June 2011. The album was made available for pre-order the same weekend, and was released via DFTBA on 12 July 2011. The album charted on the Billboard Heatseekers chart at no.23, the first of two DFTBA Records releases to ever do so.
On 31 July, Chameleon Circuit performed songs from Still Got Legs as well as a few from their first album, in a live show at VidCon 2011.