Stupidity (Bad Manners album)

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Stupidity
Stupidity.jpg
Studio album by Bad Manners
Released 17 June 2003
Genre Ska
Label Bad Records
Producer Buster Bloodvessel/Pete Carr/Louis Cook/Glover
Bad Manners chronology
Special Brew
(2000)
Stupidity
(2003)
Can Can
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Stupidity is the ninth studio album by Bad Manners, released in 2003 (see 2003 in music).

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs by Bad Manners unless noted.
  1. "Fatman" (Neil Hefti)
  2. "Can't Take My Eyes off You" (Crewe/Gaudio) [not hsm veison]
  3. "Happy"
  4. "What Ya Gonna Do"
  5. "Black Night" (Blackmore)
  6. "I'm a Mummy" (Mark E. Smith)
  7. "Way out Mummy" (Mark E. Smith)
  8. "Teddy Bears Picnic" (J.W. Bratton)
  9. "Cider Drinker" (The Wurzels)
  10. "Tossin"
  11. "Dat Think There" (Pluto Shevrington)
  12. "I Don't Care" (Copyright Control)
  13. "Do Nothing" (Golding)
  14. "Eng-Er-Land" (Copyright Control)
  15. "Hoots Mon" (Copyright Control)
  16. "Manners Knees-Up" (Copyright Control)

Personnel[edit]

  • Buster Bloodvessel - Lead Vocals & Production
  • Louis Alphonso - Guitar, Additional Keyboards & Production
  • Alan Perry - Alto Saxophone & Backing Vocals
  • Lee Thompson - Bass
  • Rickesh Macwana - Keyboards
  • Trevor Irving - Trumpet
  • Warren Middleton - Trombone
  • Matt Godwin - Saxophone
  • Tony 'Treacle' Richardson - Saxophone
  • Tony Ardin - Saxophone
  • Carlton Hunt - Drums
  • Russel Wynn - Percussion
  • Simon Cuell - Guitar, Backing Vocals & Production
  • Chris Bull - Trumpet
  • Trevor Swift - Saxophone
  • John Gale - Saxophone
  • Dave Welton - Bass Trombone
  • Chris Welch - Trumpet
  • Alex Arudel - Trumpet
  • Carlton Hunt - Percussion
  • Mark Harrison - Drums
  • John Thompson - Bass
  • Steve Armstrong - Guitar
  • Phil Baptiste - Drums
  • Dave Turner - Harmonica
  • Anton O'Dochertaigh - Bagpipes
  • Pete Carr - Engineer & Production
  • Glover - Additional Production
  • Engineered by Mikey Miller
  • Recorded at 811 Studios, Cowfold, Sussex

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