Leader of the far right political group the British National Party Nick Griffin has today released details of his highly anticipated first album. The album is titled "It Matters If You're Black Not White" and will go on sale in early March. The 13 track album is said to be a compilation of edited covers and aimed towards a mostly racist and unintelligible demographic.
When asked why he had moved from the political area to the music industry, Griffin had this to say via his twitter account: "I realised that when I made speeches on YouTube and at various political events only a very small minority of people took any notice. When thinking of a revolutionary way of making far right politics more accessible to a wider audience, I came up with the novel idea of combining racist slurs with modern day pop music. The results, I'm sure you will agree, are terrific."
Eggward Bront of the UK anti-fascism league has responded by announcing a nationwide protest outside of HMV stores who have agreed to stock Griffin's full-on fanatical fanfare. He told our reporter, "I can't believe in 2013 an album such as this will be hitting the shelves. This is the likes of something you would find in a shady corner of the internet, not a reputable high street store. Have you actually listened to it? It's been recorded at only 128kb, which sounds grainy, and I believe Mr. Griffin played the drum tracks himself. It's nothing but shoddy workmanship."
Frogwart McOstridge, a marketing representative from HMV, provided this statement, "We are pretty much on our arse as it is at the minute, and if you pay attention to the music industry nowadays, it's all pretty much the same beat with the word baby thrown in here and there. Yes, there might be a hint of prejudice in the album, but I've been told that some people like that it's controversial and that sells."
Below is a list of confirmed tracks on the new nationalist record:
1) Anti-Immigration Nation
2) Seven Nations Barmy?
3) Where have you BNPeen?
4) It Matters if You're Black not White
5) Jai-Ho's Got to Go (back home)
6) Hitler Road Jack