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British comedian/actor/seasoned TV presenter Russell Brand first introduced audiences
to waifish, blown-out retro-rocker Aldous Snow in the 2008 comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

Brand’s heroin-chic, hedonistic yet good-natured Lothario felt like an amalgamation of Mick
Jagger, Johnny Rotten, David Bowie, Robert Plant, and Axl Rose, and the character proved
popular enough with moviegoers to spawn a sequel of sorts, only this time around, it’s Snow’s
turn in the spotlight. 2010’s Get Him to the Greek reunited Brand with Marshall director Nicholas
Stoller and producer Judd Apatow, and Snow’s band, Infant Sorrow (named after a poem by William
Blake), provided the film’s soundtrack. Part Spinal Tap, part Tenacious D and a whole lot of B
uckcherry and the Darkness, Infant Sorrow’s 15-track “debut” sounds like something fellow fictional
rock star Billy Mack (played by Bill Nighy in the 2003 film Love Actually) would have put out in
his Dionysian heydays. With track titles like “The Clap,” “African Child (Trapped in Me),” “Bangers,
Beans & Mash,” “Riding Daphne,” and “Furry Walls,” it’s easy to write the whole affair off as pure
novelty. While that’s a fairly apt summation of the final product, the songs, which were penned by
Brand, Jarvis Cocker (Pulp), Carl Barat (Libertines), singer/songwriter Dan Bern, and actor/musician
Jason Segal, the latter of whom provided Sarah Marshall with the brilliant Dracula puppet rock opera,
A Taste of Love, are immaculately stupid/clever, paying homage to the hard rock greats (and their
myriad sexual deviances) while providing enough hooks to land Moby Dick, as well as his less
famous father, Papa Boner. ~ James Christopher Monger


1. Just Say Yes

2. Gang of Lust

3. Furry Walls

4. Going Up

5. Bangers, Beans and Mash

6. The Clap

7. I Am Jesus

8. Riding Daphne

9. F.O.H.

10. Yeah Yeah Oi Oi

11. African Child (Trapped In Me)

12. Little Bird

13. Searching For A Father

14. “Supertight” Jackie Q featuring Aldous Snow

15. “Ring Round” Jackie Q

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