Review : Flight Of The Conchords - Flight Of The Conchords
PastemagazineThe Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement have already done a comedic radio show for the BBC. They’re working on the second season of a hilarious television series for HBO. And they’ve made the whole world LOL. What’s left but to follow up their EP with a full-length that further immortalizes some of their funniest songs recorded? Part of this collection’s genius is the way the two Kiwis effortlessly weave between musical genres—past and present—while celebrating the catchiest and most instantly recognizable clichés of each....full text
AvclubIt might seem redundant for Flight Of The Conchords to release a debut album consisting only of old songs that fans can already quote in their entirety. But while the new album is disappointing in its lack of new material—all of which has appeared on the New Zealand folk-comedy duo's HBO series or previous EPs—Flight Of The Conchords is such a rock-solid collection of genre parodies that it still merits repeat listens by fans. It could also serve as an excellent initiation for the Conchords' rapidly expanding audience....full text
SputnikmusicIt's not that often when a band’s notoriety comes from their humor more than the music they produce. The last noteworthy band, Tenacious D, was a proven success with their hilarious, yet serious self-titled album. This time, the Flight of the Conchords strive for the same goal. The band consists of two witty New Zealanders, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement, that take comical music to a whole new level. Their self-titled full-length album covers an array of genres among pop, new wave, electronica, hip-hop/rap, and folk. But does it work together?...full text
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