Flight of the Conchords come billed as New Zealand’s fourth most popular folk-parody band, ranking just behind Like of the Conchords, a Flight of the Conchords tribute band. (If you didn’t get a chuckle from that, you probably won’t get these guys.) Comprised of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement, the Kiwi duo have found their niche by combining humour that ranges from the subtle (“The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)”) to the outlandish (“Bowie” and “Robots”) with a variety of musical genres. Their self-titled, full-length debut for Sub Pop Records culls fourteen songs from their acclaimed stand-up musical act and hit HBO series. This is a fine debut for McKenzie and Clement, made even more impressive by their ability to make the bulk of their songs work in a medium for which they weren’t originally intended. To gain an even greater appreciation for the musical and comic talent of this pair, be sure to check out their HBO series and their live act.