MONTY PYTHON AUDIO RECORDINGS

Monty Python's Flying Circus (1970)

(the first album, featuring some of the best sketches from the Pythons' first season. The sketches were re-recorded for the LP)

SIDE ONE: Flying Sheep; Television Interviews/Arthur Frampton; Trade Description Act/Whizzo Chocolates; Nudge, Nudge; The Mouse Problem; Buying A Bed; Interesting People; The Barber/Lumberjack Song; Interviews/Sir Edward Ross

SIDE TWO: More Television Interviews/Arthur "Two Sheds" Jackson; Children's Stories; The Visitors; The Cinema/Albatross; The North Minehead By-Election; Me Doctor; Pet Shop (Dead Parrot); Self-Defense

  • LP: (1970) BBC Records REB 73M (U.K.)
  • LP: (1970) Pye Records 12116 (U.S.) (features a slightly different back-cover than the original BBC version)
  • LP: (1970) BBC Records BBC-22073 (U.K.)
  • CS: (1970) BBC Records REMC 73 (U.K.)
  • CD: (1985) BBC/Audio Visual International BBC CD 73 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1986) Warner Brothers Records 88375 (ISBN 0-871-88375-9) (U.S.)
  • CS: (1994) BBC Enterprises, Ltd. ZBBC 1508 ISBN 0-563-39481-1 (U.K.) (Canned Laughter series)
  • CD: (1997) DerHörVerlag/Originalton CD 1 ISBN 3-89584-509-4 (Germany) (German reissue, with introduction in German)

Another Monty Python Record (1971)

(packaged as "Beethoven Symphony No. 2 In D Major" and defaced by the Pythons to serve as their own record jacket. Most of the material is re-recorded versions of TV sketches, although some have been altered slightly; there are also a few new sketches and new linking material)

SIDE ONE: Apologies; Spanish Inquisition; World Forum; Gumby Theatre, Etc.; The Architect; The Piranha Brothers

SIDE TWO: Death Of Mary, Queen Of Scots; Penguin On The TV; Comfy Chair/Sound Quiz; Be A Great Actor/Theatre Quiz; Royal Festival Hall Concert; Spam; The Judges/Stake Your Claim; Still No Sign Of Land/Undertaker

  • LP: (1970) Charisma Records Ltd., CAS 1049 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1972) Charisma CAS 1049 (U.S.) (with different running-order and material)
  • LP: (1972) Buddah, **** (U.S.)
  • LP: (1988) Virgin Records Ltd., CHC 79 (U.K.) (budget price)
  • LP: (19***) Virgin MP501 (U.K.)
  • CD: (1989) Virgin Records Ltd. CASCD 1049 ("Another Monty Python CD") (U.S.)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records, Ltd., VCCD 001 (U.K.) ("Another Monty Python CD" version 2, re-issue)

Monty Python's Previous Record (1972)

(contains a mixture of material from the TV shows, largely the third series, as well as new material. "A Fairy Tale" is a shortened version of a sketch done by John Cleese and Connie Booth for one of the German Python shows; some versions of this record came with the "Teach Yourself Heath" flexidisc)

SIDE ONE: Embarrassment/A Bed-Time Book; England 1747--Dennis Moore; Money Programme; Dennis Moore Continues; Australian Table Wines; Argument Clinic; Putting Budgies Down; Eric The Half A Bee; Travel Agency

SIDE TWO: Radio Quiz Game; A Massage/City Noises Quiz; Miss Anne Elk; We Love The Yangtse; How-To-Do-It Lessons; A Minute Passed; Eclipse Of The Sun; Alistair Cooke; Wonderful World Of Sounds; A Fairy Tale

  • LP: (1972) Charisma, CAS 1063 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1972) Charisma (has also been cited as Arista), 0598 (U.S.)
  • LP: (1973) Buddah, **** (U.S.)
  • LP: (19***) Virgin MP506 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1988) Virgin Records Ltd., CHC 80 (U.K.) (budget price)
  • CD: (1989) Virgin Records Ltd., CASCD 1063 (U.K.) (budget CD)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records Ltd., VCCD 002 (U.K.) (reissue)

 

The Monty Python Matching Tie and Handkerchief (1973)

   
   

(some LP versions of this recording include the infamous third side; the second side of the album actually has two separate grooves with entirely different material recorded on them; listeners will hear either track depending on where the record needle is placed; subsequent pressings did not include the third side)

SIDE ONE: Dead Bishop on the Landing/The Church Police; Who Cares/The Surgeon and the Elephant Mr. Humphries; Thomas Hardy/Novel Writing; Word Association; Bruces/Philosophers' Song; Nothing Happened/Eating Dog; Cheese Shop; Thomas Hardy; Tiger Club; Great Actors

SIDE TWO: Infant Minister for Overseas Development; Oscar Wilde's Party; Pet Shop Conversions; Mr. Phone-in

SIDE THREE: Background To History/Medieval; Open Field Farming Songs; World War I Soldier/Stuck Record; Boxing Tonight With Kenneth Clarkz

  • LP: (1973) Charisma CAS 1080 (U.K.) (sleeve is drawn and shaped like a box with a square cut-out window; a matching tie and handkerchief is visible through the window. The tie and handkerchief are actually attached to a gruesome character hanging from a gallows and is depicted on a separate sheet which one can pull out; there is also a separate green colored insert with silly information about the record and "The Background to History")
  • LP: (1985) Charisma CAS 1080 (U.K.) (this reprint of the original album has a perfectly square sleeve with basically the same design except that there is no window, the tie and handkerchief are part of the cover art; there are no inserts)
  • LP: (1975) Arista AL 4039 (U.S.) (single groove censored banded promo; features a different design on the cover than the U.K. Charisma LP; the window is oval rather than square and the gruesome character and "The Background to History" inserts actually make up the inner sleeve)
  • LP: (19***) Virgin MP505 (U.K.)
  • LP: (19***) Arista ALB 68357 (U.S.)
  • LP: (1988) Virgin Records Ltd., CHC 81 (U.K.) (budget price; single groove on side B)
  • CS: (19***) Arista ACB6-8357 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1985, 1989) Virgin Records Ltd. CASCD 1080 (U.K.) (budget CD)
  • CD: (19N/A) Arista/BMG 07822-18357-2 (Canada) (features same cover as U.S. Arista LP)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records Ltd., VCCD 003 (U.K.) (reissue)
  • CD: (1997) Arista/Arista Masters 07822-18956-2 (U.S.) (part of The Monty Python Masters re-release series by Arista)

Monty Python Live at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (1974)

(recorded during the Python's live stage performances at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane; the Pythons performed at Drury Lane from February through March 1974)

SIDE ONE: Introduction/Llamas; Gumby Flower Arranging; Secret Service; Wrestling; Communist Quiz; Idiot Song (Neil Innes); Albatross/The Colonel; Nudge, Nudge/ Cocktail Bar; Travel Agent

SIDE TWO: Spot The Brain Cell; Bruces; Argument; Four Yorkshiremen; Election Special; Lumberjack Song; Parrot

  • LP: (1974, 1983) Charisma Records, Ltd./Charisma, Class 4 (U.K.)
  • LP: (19***) Charisma Records, CAS 1141 (U.S.)
  • LP: (19***) Virgin MP504 (U.K.) (catalog number is questionable)
  • LP: (1989) VIP Records, VVIP 104 (U.K.) (budget price)
  • CS: (19N/A) Virgin Records Ltd. CA4-1-1502 (Canada) ("Monty Python Live at Drury Lane")
  • CD: (1989) VIP Records, VVIPD 104 (U.K.) (budget CD)
  • CD: (19N/A) Virgin / EMI / Axis CDVAX 701612 (Australia) ("Monty Python Live at Drury Lane")
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records Ltd., VCCD 007 (U.K.) ("Monty Python Live at Drury Lane;" reissue)


The Album of the Soundtrack of the Trailer of the Album of the Film of Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

(contains excerpts from the film soundtrack, plus other film related linking material)

SIDE ONE: Congratulations/Welcome To The Cinema; Opening/Coconuts; Bring Out Your Dead; King Arthur Meets Dennis/Class Struggle; Witch Test; Professional Logician; Camelot/The Quest; The Silbury Hill Car Park; Frenchmen Of The Castle; Bomb Threat/Executive Announcement

SIDE TWO: Story Of The Film So Far; The Tale Of Sir Robin; The Knights Of Ni; Interview/Director Carl French; Swamp Castle/The Guards/Tim; The Enchanter; Great Performances/Angry Crowd; Holy Hand Grenade; Announcement--Sir Kenneth Clark; French Castle Again; Close

  • LP: (1975) Charisma CAS 1103 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1983) Charisma CHC 17 (U.K.) (special reissue at budget price)
  • LP: (19***) Arista AL 4050 (U.S.)
  • LP: (19***) Virgin MP503 (U.K.)
  • LP: (19***) Arista Al 5-8157 (U.S.)
  • LP: (19***) Arista ALB 68355 (U.S.)
  • CS: (1975) Arista Records Inc. ACB6-8355 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1989) Virgin CASCD1103 (U.K.) (budget CD)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records Ltd., VCCD 004 (U.K.) (reissue)

The Worst Best... Monty Python
has also been cited as The Worst of Monty Python and The Worst / Best of Monty Python (1976)

(title actually reads "The Worst Best... Monty Python" with the word "Worst" crossed out; this is actually a repackaging of "Another Monty Python Record" (CAS 1049) and "Monty Python's Previous Record" (CAS 1063) with a gatefold sleeve and a new album jacket that features Gilliamesque artwork by another artist (Jim O'Connell); features a transposed running-order on disc one)

SIDE ONE: Apologies; Spanish Inquisition; World Forum; Gumby Theatre; The Architect; The Piranha Brothers

SIDE TWO: Death of Mary Queen of Scots; Penguin on the T.V.; Comfy Chair/Sound Quiz; Be a Great Actor/Theatre Critic; Royal Festival Hall Concert; SPAM; The Judges/Stake Your Claim; Still No Sign of Land/The Undertaker

SIDE THREE: Embarrassment/A Bed Time Book; England 1747 - Dennis Moore; Money Programme; Dennis Moore Continues; Australian Table Wines; Argument Clinic; Putting Down Budgies and So Forth; Eric the Half a Bee; Travel Agency

SIDE FOUR: Radio Quiz Game; A Massage/City Noises Quiz; Miss Anne Elk; We Love the Yangtse; How-to-Do-It Lessons; A Minute Passed; Eclipse of the Sun/ Alastaire Cooke; Wonderful World of Sounds; A Fairy Tale

  • LP: (1974) Buddah Records, BDS 5656-2 (U.S.) (some copies of the album were incorrectly labeled as 5626-2 and had sides A and B incorrectly labeled)

Monty Python's Previous Record/Another Monty Python Record (1976)

(same as "The Worst of Monty Python," which is a repackaging of "Another Monty Python Record" and "Monty Python's Previous Record;" it comes as a double-album set with their original covers)

  • LP: (1976) Kama Sutra KSBS2611-2 (U.S.)


Monty Python Live at City Center (1976)

(recorded live at New York's City Center, where the Pythons peformed their live show for three weeks (April 14-May 2, 1976); this album is based on the first few performances so that Arista could release the album in stores before the show closed; this album was not released on compact disc until 1997)

SIDE ONE: Introduction/Llama; Gumby Flower Arranging; Short Blues (Neil Innes); Wrestling; World Forum; Albatross/Colonel Stopping It; Nudge, Nudge/Crunchy Frog; Bruces Song; Travel Agent

SIDE TWO: Camp Judges/Blackmail; Protest Song (Neil Innes); Pet Shop; Four Yorkshiremen; Argument Clinic; Death Of Mary, Queen Of Scots; Salvation Fuzz/Church Police; Lumberjack Song

  • LP: (1976) Arista AL 4073 (U.S.) ("Monty Python Live! At City Center")
  • LP: (1976) Arista ALB 4073 (U.S.) ("Monty Python Live! At City Center;" censored banded promo)
  • LP: (1976) Kay Gee Bee Songs, Inc., AB 4073 (***)
  • LP: (1976) Arista ALB6-8353 (U.S.)
  • CS: (1976) Arista Records Inc., ACB6-8353 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1997) Arista/Arista Masters 07822-18957-2 (U.S.) (part of The Monty Python Masters re-release series by Arista)

The Monty Python Instant Record Collection, The Pick of the Best of Some Recently Repeated Python Hits Again, Vol. II (1977)

(originally designed by Terry Gilliam and packaged to fold out into a cardboard box resembling a large stack of record albums, and now released in a normal record sleeve because the package kept breaking open in stores, this is essentially a "greatest hits" album, or, as it is billed, "The pick of the best of some recently repeated Python hits again, Vol. II." Most of the material here has been on previous albums)

SIDE ONE: Introductions; Alistair Cooke; Nudge, Nudge; Mrs. Nigger-Baiter; Constitutional Peasants; Fish License; Eric The Half A Bee; Australian Table Wines; Silly Noises; Novel Writing; Elephantoplasty; How To Do It; Gumby Cherry Orchard; Oscar Wilde

SIDE TWO: Introduction; Argument; French Taunter; Summarize Proust Competition; Cheese Emporium; Funerals At Prestatyn; Camelot; Word Association; Bruces; Parrot; Monty Python Theme

  • LP: (1977, 1983) Charisma CAS 1134 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1977) Charisma/GRT CAS 1134 (9211-1134) (Canada)
  • LP: (1981) Arista Records ALB6-8296 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1989) Virgin Records, Ltd., CASCD 1134 (U.K.) (budget CD)


The Monty Python Instant Record Collection, The Pick of the Best of Some Recently Repeated Python Hits Again, Vol. II (1977)

(different collection of best hits than the original U.K. version, features tracks from "Matching Tie and Handkerchief," "The Album . . . Holy Grail," "Live at City Center," and "Contractual Obligation Album")

SIDE ONE: The Executive Intro; Pet Shop; Nudge, Nudge; Live Broadcast from London; Premiere of Film; Bring Out Your Dead; How Do You Tell A Witch; Camelot; Argument Clinic; Crunchy Frog; The Cheese Shop; The Phone-In; Sit On My Face

SIDE TWO: Another Executive Announcement; Bishop On The Landing; Elephantoplasty; The Lumberjack Song; Bookshop; Blackmail; Farewell to John Denver; World Forum; String; Wide World of Novel Writing; Death of Mary, Queen of Scots; Never Be Rude to an Arab

  • LP: (1981) Arista Records AL 9580 (U.S.)
  • CS: (1982) Arista Records Inc. ACB6-8296 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1990) Arista ARCD-8296 (U.S.) (features different cover from Arista cassette)


Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)

(contains excerpts from the film, with brief linking material by Eric idle and Graham Chapman)

SIDE ONE: Introduction; Three Wise Men; Brian Song; Big Nose; The Stoning; Ex-Leper; Bloody Romans; Link; People's Front Of Judea; Short Link; Latin Lesson; Missing Link; Revolutionary Meeting; Very Good Link; Ben; Audience With Pilate; Meanwhile

SIDE TWO: The Prophets; Haggling; Lobster; Sermon On The Wall; Lobster Link; Simon The Holy Man; Sex Link; The Morning After; Lighter Link; Pilate And Biggus/ Welease Bwian/Nisus Wettus; Crucifixion; Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life; Close

  • LP: (1979) Warner Brothers K 56751 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1979) Warner Brothers BSK 3396 (U.S.)
  • CS: (1979) Warner Bros. K 456751 (U.K.)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Chattering Classics VCCD 009 (U.K.)


The Warner Brothers Music Show: Monty Python Examines "The Life of Brian" (1979)

(a promotional album released to radio stations as part of the Warners series and never sold. It consists of an hour-long interview with the Pythons conducted by Dave Herman, along with excerpts from the soundtrack, a Monumental Blunders Production)

  • LP: (1979) WBMS 110 (U.S.)

Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album (1980)

(this record contains all-new material, except for "String" and "Bookshop," both of which predate Python. "Farewell to John Denver" was deleted from later pressings for legal reasons, while "Sit on My Face,' reportedly faced legal threats, as it is sung to the tune of "Sing As We Go," an old Gracie Fields tune. This is easily the most musical of any Python album, with over half of the twenty-four tracks consisting of songs)

SIDE ONE: Sit On My Face; Announcement; Henry Kissinger; String; Never Be Rude To An Arab; L Like Chinese; Bishop; Medical Love Song; Farewell To John Denver; Finland; I'm So Worried

SIDE TWO: I Bet You They Won't Play This Song On The Radio; Martyrdom Of St. Victor; Here Comes Another One; Bookshop; Do What John; Rock Notes; Muddy Knees; Crocodile; Decomposing Composers; Bells; Traffic Lights; All Things Dull And Ugly; A Scottish Farewell

  • LP: (1980) Charisma CAS 1152 (U.K.) (features sleeve jacket with handwritten notes by the Pythons and makes reference to the John Denver song; released October 1980)
  • LP: (1980) Charisma CAS 1152 (U.K.) (does not linclude the "Farewell to John Denver" song; released November 1980)
  • LP: (1980) Charisma CHC 34 (U.K.) (censored, budget price)
  • LP: (1980) Arista ALB6-8343 (also cited as Arista 8343) (U.S.)
  • LP: (1980) Arista AL 9536 (U.S.) (features sleeve jacket with handwritten notes by the Pythons; record itself features labels which appear scratched up with handwritten "Side One" and "The Other Side" on them)
  • LP: (1980) Arista ALDJ 9536 (U.S.) (promotional copy of the U.S. release of the album; features plain white cover with track listing on the back; record itself is just labeled "Monty Python" with track listings on them)
  • LP: (19***) Virgin MP502 (U.K.)
  • LP: (1980) Arista ALB6-8343 (U.S.)
  • CS: (1980) Arista ACB6-8343 (U.S.) (cover features image of old cassette tape with the title covered with white liquid paper and "Monty Python's Contractual O..." written across it in the same fashion of the original LP cover)
  • CD: (1989) Virgin Records Ltd. / Kay Gee Be Music Ltd. CASCD 1152 (U.K.) (budget CD)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records Ltd., VCCD 008 (U.K.) (censored version; reissue)
  • CD: (1994) Arista Records/BMG, 0-7822-18343-2 (Canada) (includes some additional written text on the cover)
  • CD: (1997) Arista/Arista Masters 07822-18955-2 (U.S.) (part of The Monty Python Masters re-release series by Arista)


Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Sampler (1980)

(white cover with center hole; album sticker says "Side One: all-purpose, okey-dokey, non-offensive side for radio, stores, parties and christenings. Side Two: hilariously funny yet NASTY side on which Pythons sling racial invective and name bodily parts. NOT FOR AIRPLAY")

SIDE ONE: I Bet You They Won't Play This Song on the Radio; I like Chinese; Farewell to John Denver; Rock Notes; Decomposing Composers; Sit on my Face

SIDE TWO: Henry Kissinger; Never Be Rude to an Arab; Medical Love Song; All Things Dull and Ugly; Crocodile

  • LP: (1980) Arista SP 101 (U.S.)


All the Worst of Monty Python (1981)

(six LP set of "Another Monty Python Record" (CAS 1049), "Monty Python's Previous Record" (CAS 1063), "The Monty Python Matching Tie and Handkerchief" (CAS 1080), "Monty Python Live at Drury Lane" (CLASS 4), "The Album of the Soundtrack of the Trailer of the Film of Monty Python and the Holy Grail" (CAS 1103), and "Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album" (CAS 1152))

  • LP: (1981) Charisma 6685 081 (Australia)

Monty Python's The Meaning of Life (1983)

(contains excerpts from the film, with new linking material)

SIDE ONE: Introduction; Fish Introduction; The Meaning Of Life; Birth; Birth Link/Frying Eggs; Every Sperm Is Sacred; Protestant Couple; Adventures Of Martin Luther; Sex Education; Trench Warfare; The Great Tea Of 1914-18; Fish Link

SIDE TWO: Terry Gilliam's Intro; Accountancy Shanty; Theme Zulu Wars; Link; The Dungeon Restaurant; Link/Live Organ Transplants; The Galaxy Song; The Not Noel Coward (Penis) Song; Mr. Creosote; The Grim Reaper; Christmas In Heaven; Dedication (To Fish)

  • LP: (1983) MCA Records MCA 6121 (***)
  • LP: (1983) CBS Inc. CBS 70239 (U.K.)
  • CS: (1983) MCA Records MCAC-6121 (***)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Chattering Classics VCCD 010 (U.K.)


Monty Python's The Final Rip Off (1988)

(another "greatest hits" compilation. released when Virgin took over the Monty Python catalogue. This represents their first double-record set. All material here has been performed on previous records, except for some brief links by Michael Palin)

SIDE ONE: Introduction; Constitutional Peasants; Fish License; Eric The Half A Bee; Finland Song; Travel Agent; Are You Embarrassed Easily?; Australian Table Wines; Argument; Henry Kissinger Song; Parrot (Oh, Not Again !)

SIDE TWO: Sit On My Face; Undertaker; Novel Writing (Live From Wessex); String; Bells; Traffic Lights; Cocktail Bar; Four Yorkshiremen; Election Special; Lumberjack Song

SIDE THREE: I Like Chinese; Spanish Inquisition Part 1; Cheese Shop; Cherry Orchard; Architects' Sketch; Spanish Inquisition Part 2; Spam; Spanish Inquisition Part 3; Comfy Chair; Famous Person Quiz; You Be The Actor; Nudge, Nudge; Cannibalism; Spanish Inquisition Revisited

SIDE FOUR: I Bet You They Won't Play This Song On The Radio; Bruces; Bookshop; Do Wot John; Rock Notes; I'm So Worried; Crocodile; French Taunter Part 1; Marilyn Monroe; Swamp Castle; French Taunter Part 2; Last Word

  • LP: (1988) Virgin Records Virgin 7 90865-1 (U.S.)
  • LP: (1987) Virgin Reocrds Ltd., MPD 1 (U.K.) (gatefold sleeve)
  • CS: (1988) Virgin Records Ltd., 7 90865-4 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1987) Virgin Records CDMP 1 (U.K.) (many of these were mistakenly packaged with two copies of the same disc, rather than containing a disc 1 and a disc 2)
  • CD: (1987) Virgin Records 7 86033 2 0 (U.S.)
  • CD: (19**) Virgin Records 7 90865 2 (***)


Monty Python Sings (1989)

(a collection of almost all of the Monty Python songs; includes a previously unreleased track, "Oliver Cromwell;" released with libretto 1989; repromoted in 1991)

TRACK LISTING: Always Look on the Bright Side of Life; Sit on My Face; Lumberjack Song; Penis Song (Not the Noel Coward Song); Oliver Cromwell; Money Song; Accountancy Shanty; Finland; Medical Love Song; I'm So Worried; Every Sperm is Sacred; Never Be Rude to an Arab; I Like Chinese; Eric the Half a Bee; Brian Song; Bruces' Philosophers Song (Bruces' Song); Meaning of Life; Knights of the Round Table; All Things Dull and Ugly; Decomposing Composers; Henry Kissinger; I've Got Two Legs; Christmas in Heaven; Galaxy Song; Spam Song

  • CS: (1989, 1991) Virgin Records Ltd., MONT 1 (U.K.)
  • CS: (1989) Virgin Records Ltd., MONTC 1 Virgin 25 (U.K)
  • CS: (19***) Virgin Records 91781-4 (***)
  • CD: (19***) Virgin Records 91781-2 (***)
  • CD: (1989) Virgin Records / Kay Gee Bee Music Ltd. CDV 3133 (U.S.)
  • CD: (1989, 1991) Virgin Records, Ltd., MONTD 1 (U.K.) (with libretto; repromoted in 1991)


The Ultimate Monty Python Rip Off (1994)

(another collection of previously recorded skits, released in U.K.; more of a promotional album for "The Instant Monty Python CD Collection")

TRACK LISTING: Introduction; Finland; Travel Agent; I Like Chinese; French Taunter; Australian Table Wines; Spanish Inquisition; The Galaxy Song; Every Sperm is Sacred; Grim Reaper; Sit on My Face; Argument; Mary Queen of Scots; Four Yorkshiremen; Lumberjack Song; Albatross; Nudge, Nudge; Parrot; Bruces/Philosophers' Song; Fish Licence; Eric the Half-a-Bee; The Spam Song; Big Nose; Stoning; Link I; Welease Wodger; Link 2; Always Look on the Bright Side of Life; Spanish Inquisition (Ending)

  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records, Ltd./Kay Gee Bee Music Ltd. CDV 2748 (U.K.)


The Instant Monty Python CD Collection (1994)

(six CD volume set; includes "Another Monty Python Record," "Monty Python's Previous Record," "Matching Tie and Handkerchief," "Live at Drury Lane," "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," "Contractual Obligation Album," "Life of Brian," and "Meaning of Life;" also includes 40 page booklet)

  • CS: (1994) Virgin Records, Ltd., ***, ISBN ********** (***)
  • CD: (1994) Virgin Records, Ltd., CDBOX 3, ISBN 1-885381-04-2 (U.S.)


Lust For Glory (1995)

(U.S. promotional CD for "The Instant Monty Python CD Collection;" cover art is an original Terry Gilliam piece designed for the 25th anniversary Monty Python Lust for Glory! Festival; tracks are taken from the "Another Monty Python Record," "Monty Python's Previous Record," "Live at Drury Lane," and "Life of Brian;" some of the tracks have been edited for length and content; obscenities were removed)

TRACK LISTING: Liberty Bell; Spanish Inquisition Part 1; Spanish Inquisition Part 2; Spanish Inquisition/The Comfy Chair; Theatre Critic; Royal Festival Hall Concert; Spam; Spam Song; The Judges; Embarrassment; A Bed Time Book; England 1747 - Dennis Moore; Money Programme; The Money Song; Australian Wines; How To Do It; Fish License; Eric The Half A Bee; Radio Quiz Game; City [sic] Noises Quiz; Communist Quiz; Nudge, Nudge; Four Yorkshiremen; Lumberjack Song; Parrot Sketch; Introduction; Three Wise Men; Brian Song; Peoples Front of Judea; Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

  • CD: (1995) Virgin Records, DPRO-14236 (U.S.)

The Pythons: Autobiography by The Pythons - The Interviews That Made the Book (2003)

(a two-disc compilation of interviews with each of the members of Monty Python; the interviews were used to write the book The Pythons: Autobiography by The Pythons; interviews were conducted by Bob McCabe)

  • CD: (2003) Orion Audio Books, ISBN 0-75286-065-8 (U.K.)