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(No) Hurt Feelings: A Look Inside the Recording Studio with "Flight of the Conchords"

If you're at all like me, you've been singing "Sugalumps" since Jemaine first uttered those immortal lyrics this season on HBO's comedy Flight of the Conchords.

Thanks to the magic of the internets, you can go behind the scenes on Flight of the Conchords to see everyone's favorite Kiwis, Bret and Jemaine, lay down some tracks for their new album, due out April 14th.

One bit of difference between Season One and Season Two of Flight of the Conchords: the guys had previously written the songs used in the first season and created storylines around the songs; this year, they wrote the stories first and then wrote the music for such songs as "Hurt Feelings," "Sugalumps," "Angels," and others.

Oh, and you can now download the songs via iTunes the morning after they're featured on that Sunday's episode of Flight of the Conchords, so you'll never be without their latest hysterical hit. Find out more via HBO's The Buzz video below.



This Sunday on Flight of the Conchords ("Murray Takes it to the Next Level"), Murray tries to elevate Bret and Jemaine on his friendship graph, bringing his mate Jim in on the plan; Mel demands an apology from Bret for inappropriate dream behavior.

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Anonymous said…
Fun! Thanks for the link to this, Jace. I appreciate any chance to see my two favorite Kiwis in action!

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