'0 Bisodol (Crimond)' is the twelfth album by UK rock band Half Man Half Biscuit, released in September 2011.
The "Bisodol" in the title is a type of indigestion medication, while the reference to 90 Bisodol relates to a line in the track "Tommy Walsh's Eco House". Crimond is a village in northeast Scotland, after which a hymn tune is named, generally attributed to Jessie Seymour Irvine, and often paired (in parenthesis, as here) with Psalm 23.
"Something's Rotten In The Back Of Iceland"
"Tommy Walsh's Eco House"
"Joy In Leeuwarden (We Are Ready)"
"Fun Day In The Park"
"Descent Of The Stiperstones"
"Left Lyrics In The Practice Room"
"L'Enfer C'est Les Autres"
"Fix It So She Dreams Of Me"
"The Coroner's Footnote"
"Rock And Roll Is Full Of Bad Wools"
Hear tracks from the album below...