The song that gave the "Kill Uncle" album its name must have been written shortly before or during the recording session for said album, at Hook End Manor in the autumn of 1990, with producers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley. At least one incomplete vocal version of the track has been recorded, featuring two verses and a chorus (and Morrissey coughing). Musicians on this recording are expected to have been Mark E Nevin (guitars), Mark 'Bedders' Bedford (basses), Andrew Paresi (drums and percussion), and perhaps Nawazish Ali Khan (violin) and Steve Heart and/or Seamus Beaghen (harmonium).
This song was never released in a studio form.
This song has never been performed specifically for radio or television.
This song has never been done live in concert.
No recording of this song has made it on bootlegs at this point in time.