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Flight of The Conchords
- A band that makes love to your ears
- Me, Myself, and I
- Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Leonardo DaVinci... Oh and Bret McKenzie and Jermaine Clement.
These guys are geniuses on a whole new level, redefining the digi-bongo-
acapella-rap-inspired-guitar-based-bongo-funk-folk genre, with their world-changing lyrics and ... interesting use of acoustic guitars.
In 2005, BBC Radio 2 broadcast their first radio series. Largely improvised, it features Rob Brydon as their narrator, and Jimmy Carr as a overly-devoted fan called Kipper (one of two fans overall).
Rhys Darby plays a huge part in their radio series, playing the band's manager (Brian Nesbitt) who, to quote Jermaine, manages.
They also had a nearly-successful tour, Folk the World 2002, although their aim to play at the Royal Albert Hall, London, still has not been achieved.
I would like to say that this site is purely a dedication site - myself and the other members are in no way associated with Bret or Jermaine - as much as we want to be
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Bret often worries he is 'a bit thin' and other bands are - well, bigger. Jermaine offers help through compliments, namely "I think you look ... okay".
He finally finds love in the shape of a worker called Tracy at the local branch of Denbys - the pie people. Tracy lures Bret into buying lots of pies (or Pasties in his eyes), but when she threatens to split the band, the love duo break up.
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Jermaine has always shown a healthy interest in the opposite sex, although the use of wigs on tour has always had Bret worried. When Jermaine confesses in the song 'Not in the Gay Way' (see dowloads), their manager Brian contacts the bands personal guru, Crowded house frontman, Neil Finn.
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