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Drop it like it's hog! Peppa's about to release her first album

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If you've got little Peppa Pig fanatics at home, this news is going to have them jumping (in muddy puddles) with glee.

Exciting news for Peppa Pig fans … We’re just a couple of weeks away from the very first Peppa Pig album.

Muddy puddles for everyone!

Mark 19 July in your diary mums and dads because that’s when Peppa Pig: My First Album is going to drop. From all accounts it might just be the hottest release of the year!

The album will reportedly feature 16 exciting tracks, some taken from hit animated series while others are brand new and have been rustled up especially for this Peppa project.

Songs include favourites Bing Bong ZooRainbow Rainbow, and Jumping in Muddy Puddles as well as Peppa Party Time and Peppa’s Lullaby.

If you pre-order the album you can grab an instant download of the track Bing Bong Zoo to tide you over until the full album is available.

By the time the full album drops in two weeks, you’ll be busting to hear the rest of the songs. LOL.

An upset for Baby Shark

And here’s the full track listing, in case you and your wee Peppa fan want to familiarise yourself with what’s to come – or spot some existing faves!

Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, George and Peppa all seem to get a look in, as well as lots of other Peppa friends.

You can grab the album on iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify and Amazon Music.

There’s sure to be a bunch of ear worms among these tracks, and perhaps you might even get some respite from every preschooler’s other favourite dance anthem – Baby Shark.

  1. It’s Peppa Pig
  2. Bing Bong Zoo
  3. Let’s Get Ready!
  4. Expert Daddy Pig
  5. Rainbow, Rainbow
  6. Super Potato’s Theme
  7. Peppa and Friends
  8. The Class of Madame Gazelle
  9. Festival Fun!
  10. Jumping in Muddy Puddles
  11. Holidays!
  12. Traffic
  13. Balloon Ride
  14. Busy Miss Rabbit
  15. Peppa Party Time
  16. Peppa’s Lullaby

Get amongst it Peppa fans, and get ready to never hear anything else on your car stereo until your child has entered adulthood!

This article originally appeared on Babyology.