The Lancashire Hotpots have stuck to the same formula that made Never Mind The Hotpots so unique and a mini-hit.
Topic of song writing include Ikea, Youtube, global warming, computer shortcuts for getting rid of "European videos", Chavs, beer in the Olympics and adultary in Bargain Booze. Not quite sure where the inspiration for the last one comes from, but either way it rounds off the album quite nicely.
Again, the Hotpots have taken old classical song music but twisted the lyrics so the songs become relative about topics and situations that relate to the average person. At least in Lancashire anyway. Imagine them as the musical version of Peter Kay. They can take a ordinary routine scenario in a working class lifestyle and make it funny, only they don't repeat their jokes until they become tired.
Comical and updated for a 2008 audience, this is another cracking CD for anyone who likes to listen to unique, local music.