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Daffod'i'll has today announced the release of his forty-ninth solo abum ‘Dilluvian' which includes the nine songs "A Hand", "Follow", "ii", "Sacred Heart", "Son", "Up-Down", "Womancipation", "Woof Woof!" and "Christ Mass": an unusual departure from his characteristic release of ten tracks at a time.

Since I last was aware of albums forty one to forty three, my apologies for not letting you know about the intervening ones whose releases I failed to spot: number forty four was called ‘Dillican', forty-five ‘Cadillac', forty-six ‘Quasidillas', forty-seven ‘Dyllin' and forty-eight was named ‘Madillion'. He also has compiled a ‘Best of Albums 41-48' and a series of stylistically themed ones called ‘Rave', ‘Reggae', ‘Rock', ‘Tongues',Ballads', ‘Christian', ‘Hippy' and ‘Rap', all of which can be found on his Bandcamp page

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