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I Told You I Was Freaky

Flight of the Conchords

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Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie manage to deliver humorous songs that don’t lose their appeal once the joke has been told. As wondrous stylistic chameleons, they easily jump from one style to the next, mastering the essentials and playing with the clichés. They like funky beats that sound immediately at odds with their own awkward, New Zealander outcast pose. “Hurt Feelings” typifies a new “Low Self Esteem”-styled rap, where the duo’s over-sensitivity proves they’re not suited to a thug’s life. (“The day after my birthday is not my birthday, mum.” Ouch.) The R. Kelly-styled “We’re Both In Love With a Sexy Lady” tries to firmly determine if they are indeed in love with the same woman. (They are). “Sugalumps” and “Too Many Dicks (On the Dancefloor)” jam with a solid groove underneath their silly heart. The David Bowie rip, “Fashion Is Danger,” holds up as a genuine original all its own. “You Don’t Have To Be a Prostitute” updates the Police’s “Roxanne” with great self-awareness. Goofy fun and catchy tunes all around.

Customer Reviews

They Prove Once again that great music can be funny!

There first album was great, but with better, funnier, and more noteworthy music in 1 album it is a bargain, remastered from the series with new remixes and new favourites that delve into Dance, Rap, accapella, and Reggae there's something for everyone in the best album ffrom New-Zealands 4th most popular alternative comedy folk duo!

Good but not as good as series 1

Good but not quite as good as series one. In series one they did the series around the music but series two the music was made around the series. Still the BEST THING EVER though.

Loltastic.!

Words like loltastic really annoy me. I dislike saying them. So it is clear evidence of how funny this album is that i have been forced to use it as it is the only word i feel truly describes it. Charming, intelligent and subtle enough in it's comedy to offend few people the conchords have truly done it again. I would say it's a sign of better things to come but that looks unlikely to happen.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Flight of the Conchords, New Zealand's self-proclaimed "fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo a cappella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo," first took shape in Wellington. Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement (musician/funnyman and funnyman/musician, respectively) started crafting their unique, two-man comedy mélange in 1998, while the two were living together as college roommates. Overcome by a dream in which a V formation of Gibson Flying Vs resembled a gaggle of Concorde airplanes, the two christened...
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