20 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dylan. Springsteen. Cobain. Brent. Finally—somehow—Ricky Gervais’ most iconic character is handed his lifelong dream: an album of soft rock anthems swerving violently between hysterically earnest and hysterically offensive. Gervais absolutely knows his way around an irresistible melody—“Slough,” “Thank F*** It’s Friday," and “Electricity” (featuring a certain Coldplay frontman) have serious earworm potential. And "The Office" fans will be thrilled to discover a souped-up “Freelove Freeway” makes the cut.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dylan. Springsteen. Cobain. Brent. Finally—somehow—Ricky Gervais’ most iconic character is handed his lifelong dream: an album of soft rock anthems swerving violently between hysterically earnest and hysterically offensive. Gervais absolutely knows his way around an irresistible melody—“Slough,” “Thank F*** It’s Friday," and “Electricity” (featuring a certain Coldplay frontman) have serious earworm potential. And "The Office" fans will be thrilled to discover a souped-up “Freelove Freeway” makes the cut.

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