2776

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2776
2776 (album).jpg
Studio album by
Various Artists
ReleasedJuly 4, 2014 (2014-07-04)
GenreComedy
ProducerRob Kutner, Joel Moss Levinson, Stephen Levinson

2776 is the second musical comedy album created and produced by Los Angeles based comedians Rob Kutner, Joel Moss Levinson, and Stephen Levinson. Released on July 4, 2014, 2776 features 28 tracks and over 80 celebrity performers.[1] It's the story of the President in the year 2776 journeying through time to save America. The album also includes music videos for three songs: “Toymageddon,” “I’m Cured,” and “These Aren’t the Droids.” The album is a benefit for OneKid OneWorld.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Time
1 America, We're Good Will Forte 2:34
2 Plot Song 1 Will Forte, Aubrey Plaza, Martha Plimpton 1:28
3 Escape From New York Ashanti, Baron Vaughn, Andy Richter, Alonzo Bodden 2:40
4 Farewell California Paul Myers 2:55
5 God Blessed America Patton Oswalt, Bob Margolin 2:22
6 I'm Cured Aimee Mann 2:52
7 Live It Now Sklar Brothers 1:47
8 Mt. Rushmore Al Jaffee, Dick Gregory, Dick Cavett, Joe Franklin, Margaret Cho, Marc Yaffee 4:02
9 Journey to Anywhen Reggie Watts, Right Said Fred, Mayim Bialik 2:23
10 Welcome to America Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog, Rebirth Brass Band 2:59
11 Therapy Secession Maria Bamford, Jonathan Katz 2:53
12 Forget the Alamo Horatio Sanz, Brian Stack, Dave Hill 2:27
13 Plot Song 2 Will Forte, Aubrey Plaza, Martha Plimpton, Paul F. Tompkins 1:40
14 Party on Your Grave Andrew W.K. 2:02
15 These Aren't the Droids Neko Case, Kelly Hogan 3:33
16 Stop the Presses Colton Dunn, Brandon Johnson, Zach Sherwin, Mike Mills 2:57
17 Battle of the Centuries Will Forte, Paul F. Tompkins, Martha Plimpton, Basic Cable Band 2:56
18 (I Wanna) Take a Nap Joel Moss Levinson 1:13
19 US v Rock n' Roll Nina Totenberg, Dahlia Lithwick 3:37
20 Mole Lotta Love Bobcat Goldthwait, Sally Timms 1:23
21 I Can Do It Martha Plimpton 3:06
22 Toymageddon Yo La Tengo, Ira Glass, Eugene Mirman 3:51
23 Ooh I Love That Girl (PS I'm a Zombie) Miguelito 1:35
24 Bunker Bunker, Burning Love Ed Helms 2:49
25 Aliens, Robts & Viruses Apple Sisters 0:44
26 Not What the Founders Intended Paul F. Tompkins, Eric Johnson 3:34
27 Canada—Up On Top Again Mark McKinney, Scott Thompson, Bruce McCulloch, Will Arnett, Samantha Bee, Cobie Smulders, Alex Trebek, Steven Page, Craig Northey 3:26
28 Finale Will Forte, Paul F. Tompkins, Martha Plimpton 3:23

Videos[edit]

  • “Toymageddon” (2013)
  • “I’m Cured” (2014)
  • “These Aren’t the Droids” (2014)

Reception[edit]

2776 has been written about in USA Today,[1] GQ,[2] The A.V. Club,[3] and other publications. Its liner notes, written by George Saunders, were featured in The New Yorker.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Matheson, Whitney (12 June 2014). "Listen: Mayim Bialik raps (?!) on new charity single". USA Today. Retrieved 14 July 2014.
  2. ^ a b Ortiz, Jen (30 June 2014). "The GQ Punch List: Snowpiercer is Bonkers, Plus Five Other Things to Catch This Week". Retrieved 14 July 2014.
  3. ^ McFarland, Kevin (3 December 2013). "Ira Glass, Eugene Mirman, and Yo La Tengo ring in Christmas with "Toymageddon"". Retrieved 14 July 2014.
  4. ^ Saunders, George (23 June 2014). "Liner Notes". Retrieved 14 July 2014.

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