With a pre-release marketing scheme that rivals that of Snakes On A Plane in terms of market saturation, it seems that Borat is EVERYWHERE. I see his yellow banana hammock staring at me on billboards. I see him asking me to read his new blog on MySpace. I see extended versions of his film trailers on YouTube. The only difference between Borat and Snakes is that no matter how many times I see or hear Borat, I just can't seem to get enough. Hopefully this movie will live up to the hype, because I'm full on expecting it to be the funniest shit I've seen all year.
Anyway... not to go overboard on the Borat shit here, but if you're like me, you'll be interested to know that AOL is offering a full album stream of Borat's soundtrack album, Borat: Stereophonic Musical Listenings That Have Been Origin In Moving Film Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan, which is out today.
Click here to start streaming the album. HOWEVER, you may have to scroll across the top a bit until you see Borat's album cover, because I just went to that link above and accidentally listened to the first 30 or so seconds of Kevin Federline's album. Luckily, I was able to turn down the sound before I threw up.