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The Broons will help you have a braw party as they aim for Christmas number one

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Scotland’s favourite family could be the country’s Christmas number one with their Big Braw Party Album.

The four-CD set is flying out of Scottish record stores and is competing well with Elvis Orchestral and Adele.

It features 112 classic rock n roll, pop and traditional Scottish tunes, from All Shook Up by Elvis Presley to Come On In (It’s Nice To See You) by Andy Stewart.

There’s even a “Wacky Ceilidh Mix” of the Rolling Stones’ Satisfaction!

Speaking exclusively to The Sunday Post, head of the Broons clan, Granpaw Broon, said: “We’re all fair pleased tae be rocketin’ up the charts with oor new gramophone record . . . I mean CD.

“Joe already reckons he’s a better at beltin’ oot the tunes than Elvis. An’ Adele might be a big lassie, but she’s nae match for Oor Daphne. That girl’s got a bigger set o’ pipes than the Wurlitzer organ at the old Auchentogle Palais.

“You’re sure tae think the album’s a wee gem – you can hear aw the words and there’s nane o’ that techno hippety-hoppety haverin’ goin’ on.”

The Broons Big Braw Party Album is available online and in record shops.