4.Treat Her Like a Lady - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
5.Groovy Situation - Gene Chandler
6.Carry on Wayward Son - Kansas
7.Grazing in the Grass - The Friends Of Distinction
8.Cherry, Cherry - Neil Diamond
9.That Lady - The Isley Brothers
10.Shannon - Henry Gross
11.Use Me - Bill Withers
12.Help Yourself - Tom Jones
13.She's Gone - Hall & Oates
14.Afternoon Delight - Will Ferrell
15.Ron Burgundy's Sign Off
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Each track includes a spoken introduction by Will Ferrell.
The story of a 1970s San Diego TV anchorman who feels threatened by a strong-willed female co-worker, the film ANCHORMAN is simultaneously a comic tour-de-force for leading man Will Ferrell and a gloriously farcical celebration of all the greatest excesses of the "Me Generation." The soundtrack appropriately collects period radio hits, including choice cuts from famous ladies men Tom Jones and Neil Diamond, together with Ferrell character Ron Burgundy's hilarious track-by-track introductions. Between nostalgic Top 40 shots of pop, R&B, and funk, the mustachioed newscaster details everything from altruistic love ("?if there was a way I could make love to the whole city, my drawers would be off and in a bunch on the floor in two winks of a coal miner's eye") to his love for the band Survivor ("Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bach, Beethoven...that's right, you guys suck"). A great '70s compilation even without the comedy, ANCHORMAN will undoubtedly put listeners in the mood for a little afternoon delight of their own.