Beatle Barkers

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Beatle Barkers is a 1983 album released by the "Woofers & Tweeters Ensemble". The album consists of dogs barking in a parody of popular Beatles songs. In a review in The Boston Phoenix, the album was praised as a "real howler."

Back on the leash

The runaway 1980s novelty hit album Beatle Barkers is back on the leash and in the hands of its Australian creators after an independent Los Angeles record company opened the pound gates allowing pirated versions of the parody of popular Beatles songs to be sold round the world.

The album comprising computer simulations of dogs and other animals ‘singing’ a selection of Beatle hits sold close to a million copies in Australia in the early 80s. However the creative minds behind the project discovered in 2010 that it had slipped the leash and illegal copying had made it a runaway success again.

Record producer, label owner and one-time Australian pop star Gene Pierson (aka Giancarlo Salvestrin) and musician Roy Nicolson who created Beatle Barkers bared their teeth when they discovered their pet project had been stolen.

Legal bite worse than bark

In 2010 the legal hounds were sent in to discover who was responsible for pirating the material and to shut down access to illegal versions which had gone viral like a plague of fleas.

Hundreds of thousands of illegal copies had been sold from sites in the US, Russia and other parts of the world.Attempts to create a story...
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