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Saddam Hussein to Follow Popular Audiotapes with Full Album - September 20th 2003

It has been revealed today that Saddam Hussein intends to follow up his string of Audiotapes he has been releasing since the fall of Baghdad with a full blown, 10-track album. Analysts predict it is likely to be a huge success in both Western and Middle Eastern cultures.

The album kicks off with a track made up of the best elements of his singles, remixed with samples of his warm up artist – the popular Mohammed Saeed al Sahhaf, who performs under the name of ‘The Iraqi Information Minister’

However, after a fairly slow moving second track, Saddam breaks completely away from the style his fans have grown accustomed with, with fuzzy guitars and orgasmic screams piercing through the strong drumbeat that makes up the album’s rhythm.

This has certainly surprised critics:

“For a first time artist, it is unusual to start experimenting with styles you have not been typically associated with. Most artists his age are reaching their end of their careers and have started to settle down. I certainly expected all ten tracks on his album to follow the pattern of a spoken voice deriding the US and British presence against a silent background. The synthesisers and fuzzy guitars certainly proved me wrong.”

There is a lot of scepticism as to whether the guitar playing is actually done by Saddam Hussein or not however the Arabic news channel responsible for first broadcasting the album insists that it must be.

Iraqi Expert Keith Wilson concurs:

“It certainly sounds like Saddam Hussein. I’ve heard a lot of people trying to mimic Saddam Hussein’s style of playing the guitar however if this isn’t him it’s a perfect fraud.”

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