The Fun Sessions is the 8th studio album by Dread Zeppelin, and the first made with Imago Records. It is described as “Tortelvis sings the classics”, where “classics” are songs from the late 60's and early 70's particularly loved by the band. The album title is a wordplay on Elvis's The Sun Sessions.
This album brings the band away from Led Zeppelin covers, like they did with It's Not Unusual, which was criticized by many fans because of its disco style and because Tortelvis was not singing on it. At the time of release, Dread Zeppelin had covered most of Led Zeppelin's successful songs; they have now produced more albums than the band they mostly cover.
Only two of the original band members, Tortelvis and Butt Boy, are still in the band for this album. Unlike all previous albums, this album was not produced by Jah Paul Jo. Most of the original band members do make "special guest appearance" (Carl Jah on guitar, Rasta-mon and Ed Zeppelin on vocal).