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Jelly Journalist

by The Jellybottys

The Jellybottys were born out of the mists of timelessness back in the year of our lordess Jellobin 199864385. We sought to channel divinely inspired and spontaneous Jelly music through our open, innocent minds and seething inability to play or care about what musical results would manifest.This led to an amazing list of songs and themes covering many emotions, weirdo chords, dances, non styles and generally exsplosive Jellybeats that caught the attention of many an unsuspecting Jellybotty in audiences across the globe. People everywhere are still singing these totally hysterical and infectious songs, hence the need for an Mp3 download site like CD Baby that will satisfy the curious who want to get to know us better. Our inventory of tunes include the almighty classical rock jellybilly anthem"Peter Cushing lives in Whitstable" the trancendental majesty of "Wish I was a Jellyfish" and the downright stompy humouristical swing of "le Brinky Wanky". We hope to get to know many of you and s
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The Jellybottys Jelly Journalist song is an epic and emotional rock anthem on a more sombre note from the bands usual light hearted jelly beat tunes. The song deals with the apparent heartlessness and indifference of the worlds press, media and journalists when reporting wars and atrocities to us, the masses, as if we must have this information!

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