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The latest batch of Daffod'i'll albums has brought the total up to 71 (the seventy-first is called ‘IP' and contains the songs "Want To Be", "Win & Bin It", "Wondering How", "Tight Fit", "Te Deum" and "Thunder Asunder").

The other albums released since I reported on the total to number 62 only a month ago are: number 63 (‘OR': "Couch Potatoe" (sic), "Dumb Dumb", "Time Matters", "To Try", "Triumph", "Turning Good", "Whatever" and "Who Is You"), 64 was  called ‘OM' ("Hurry Up", "It Matters", "Make It Up", "My Home", "Rumble Up", "Sea Shells", "Starman" and "Yes Today"), number 65 (‘ID': "Bath Night", "Can't He Na", "Cosmic Overload", "Day Away", "Depression", "Digital", "Horsey" and "Our Father"), 66 was ‘IF' with "Progrock", "Ring", "Shalom", "Shouldn't Of", "The Harvest", "Tight" and "Wizzy". Album 67 was entitled ‘IN' and had the following tracks: "Ah Ha Ah", "Almighty Lord", "Brain Drain", "Can You See", "Christ", "Chutzpah", "Cranky" and "Deliverance" while 68 was ‘IS' with "Do It Right", "Easy Peasy", "Ecce Homo", "Find Me", "Happy Times", "Honeysuckle", "Laughter" and "Matter Be", album 69 was called ‘IT' and has songs called "My Suit", "Oh OK", "Overstanding", "Plough Shears", "Push It", "Really You", "Relax" and "Revelation" and number 70 was ‘IQ' with a tracklisting of "Righty", "Say What", "So Far So Lo", "The Crowd", "The Music", "The Sun", "To Fly" and "Too Mean". He has also managed time to compile a ‘Best Of Albums 57 to 64'.

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