With both a bonafied hit of comedy series on HBO and a golden Grammy in their pocket for The Distant Future EP
, Flight of the Conchords
– “New Zealand’s fourth most popular folk comedy duo” – have hit it rather big. Like, way bigger than the Doggy Bounce ever will (“Doggy dos and doggy don’ts, doggy wills and doggy wont’s). But a little indie cred - a tip of the cap in the name of all that is real – why, that’s really where it seems to be at these days, and on April 22nd Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie will officially get theirs. Releasing an album on Sub Pop
tends to do that kind of thing.
Those keeping up with the Conchords most likely already know the bulk of their self-titled album’s source material. Yet having fifteen fully fleshed out homage’s to the likes of inner city pressures, David Bowie, and making love for two (among plenty of other side splitting topics) serves quite the companion piece to your already worn out copy of Season 1.
Ahead of the album’s release, we too want to do something special for all the ladies - and well everyone else for that matter – of the world. Grab Flight of the Conchords
' first taste, “Ladies of the World”, as well as a full track listing below.
Flight of the Conchords Track List
Foux du Fafa
Inner City Pressure
Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros
Think About It
Ladies of the World
The Prince of Parties
A Kiss Is Not a Contract
The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)
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MP3: Flight of the Conchords: "Ladies of the World" - from Flight of the Conchords