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Flight Of The Conchords

I Told You I Was Freaky

Sub Pop 800

Released on October 20, 2009


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While Flight of the Conchords first hammered out their reputation from behind the relative safety of acoustic guitars, blithely billed as a “folk comedy” act, nowadays their musical style runs rampant, unchecked. Judging from the range displayed on their sophomore album I Told You I Was Freaky, Flight of the Conchords have yet to unearth a genre which can withstand their artistry. Unflinching in their lyrical stance, sophisticated with their arrangements, crafting melodies which always lodge firmly in the frontal lobe: Flight of the Conchords have here created 13 best-selling ringtones, humbly masquerading as songs. Their rhymes are fearless, their thesauruses dog-eared. Only cool, confident specimens of manhood such as these could drop three-dollar vocabulary busters like “dungarees” and “pantaloons” while still mesmerizing the ladies with their undulating “Sugalumps.” Vivid imagery? Check: The ardent “Angels” should spur listeners to think twice the next time they consider catching a snowflake on their tongues. Better still, the amorous odyssey of the album’s zenith, “We’re Both in Love with a Sexy Lady,” unfolds before the listener’s very ears in real time; Flight of the Conchords are making history, and You! Are! There!

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Hurt Feelings  0%
2 Sugalumps  0%
3 We're Both In Love With A Sexy Lady  0%
4 I Told You I Was Freaky  0%
5 Demon Woman  0%
6 Rambling Through The Avenues Of Time  0%
7 Fashion Is Danger  0%
8 Petrov, Yelyen And Me  0%
9 Too Many Dicks (On The Dance Floor)  0%
10 You Don't Have To Be A Prostitute  0%
11 Friends  0%
12 Carol Brown  0%
13 Angels  0%
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