14 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It must be a badge of honor to have one of your songs poked fun at by Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie. The second Flight of the Conchords album features scalpel-sharp parodies of The Black Eyed Peas (“Sugalumps”), R. Kelly (“We’re Both In Love With a Sexy Lady”), and The Police (“You Don’t Have to Be a Prostitute”) that still work without any reference to the source material. And it’s all done with love: Their enduring affection for posturing rappers is clear on "Too Many Dicks (On the Dance Floor)," the sad tale of a club populated entirely by frustrated men.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It must be a badge of honor to have one of your songs poked fun at by Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie. The second Flight of the Conchords album features scalpel-sharp parodies of The Black Eyed Peas (“Sugalumps”), R. Kelly (“We’re Both In Love With a Sexy Lady”), and The Police (“You Don’t Have to Be a Prostitute”) that still work without any reference to the source material. And it’s all done with love: Their enduring affection for posturing rappers is clear on "Too Many Dicks (On the Dance Floor)," the sad tale of a club populated entirely by frustrated men.

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