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Swedish rocker SULO (Diamond Dogs, The Crunch) to release his new album ‘Sulo’s Full English‘ on October 27th, via Livewire/Cargo Records UK. The album contains 12 brand new tracks plus 7 bonus tracks. The extra tracks comes from the soundtrack that followed with the book ‘Keep Yourself Alive‘, and it’s the first time they’ll be released outside of Scandinavia.
‘Sorry For The Young‘ is the first single, with special guest appearance from ex Quireboy ‘Guy Bailey‘ and produced by Kevin Porée. The video was made by The Duke of Honk Henrik Widen.
- Lady Jane
- Something About That Girl
- Sorry For The Young
- Among The Angels
- Run For Your Life
- Hit Me With Your Rock n’ Roll
- Lightning Strikes Twice
- Stand On The Rocks
- Is It Love On Your Mind
- Finest Words
- Life’s Work
- My Bounty From Above
- Hot Swagger In The Big Smoke (with Billy Bremner)
- Roxette (with Wilko Johnson)
- Enjoy The Risk (with Robert Wyatt)
- Poor, Poor Heart (with Billy Bremner)
- Borstal Breakout (with Dave Tregunna)
- Roses & Rings (with Spike Gray)
- Teenage Depression (with Dave Higgs)
SULO (Diamond Dogs) cooks up a traditional British dish and invites along some of finest chefs for a greasy spoon of rock n’ roll”. Since Diamond Dogs called it a day after releasing their final effort ‘Quitters and Complainers‘ frontman Sulo Karlsson been a very busy man. Sulo has seen active duty touring and recording with his UK supergroup The Crunch (Terry Chimes (Clash), Dave Tregunna (Sham 69), Mick Geggus (Cockney Rejects), releasing a country duet album ‘Sulo’s Brilliant Outsiders‘ that saw him share the microphone with artists such a as Maria Mckee, Bellamy Brothers, Paul Young, Janis Ian and more as well as releasing an Americana masterpiece with The Piggyback Riders featuring legendary U.K. guitarist Chris Spedding. But even if Diamond Dogs is now history, his deep love for British 70′s rock by the likes of Rod Stewart, Frankie Miller and Mott the Hoople has not cooled ‘Sulo’s Full English‘ and kicks off in classic Diamond Dogs fashion.