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Bob the Builder: The Album

Bob the Builder: The Album
Bob the Builder
Released October 3rd, 2001 (Enhanced CD - Deluxe Edition)
September 2nd, 2003 (Original)
Genre Disco, Funk, R&B, Country, Latin pop, Soul
Label BBC
KOCH Reords (2001)
Bob the Builder chronology

- Bob the Builder: The Album
(2001)
Never Mind the Breeze Blocks
(2008)
Singles from Bob the Builder: The Album
  1. "Can We Fix It?"
    Released: 2000
  2. "Mambo No. 5"
    Released: 2001

Bob the Builder: The Album is the debut album of Bob the Builder, the fictional character from the BBC children's television series of the same name. Bob is voiced by actor Neil Morrissey.

It features the two UK number one singles "Can We Fix It?" and "Mambo No. 5".

Track listing

  1. "Can We Fix It?"
  2. "Mambo No. 5"
  3. "Bob's Line Dance"
  4. "Right Tool For The Job"
  5. "Let's Get Busy"
  6. "What Can I Be (Spud's Song)"
  7. "Blonde Haired Gal In A Hard Hat (Wendy's Song)"
  8. "Dizzy"
  9. "Super Spud"
  10. "No One Can Dig It Like We Do"
  11. "No Prob Bob"
  12. "Crocodile Rock" - Bob the Builder & Elton John

Personnel

External links

  • Amazon.co.uk
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