Lonely Island, the comedy music crew led by Saturday Night Live star Andy Samberg, recently sat down with Rolling Stone's Patrick Doyle to discuss their brand new album Turtleneck & Chain. The band reveal what inspired the album's title; explain how they got Akon, Beck and Michael Bolton on the record; and clear up a common misconception about their hit song "Jizz In My Pants." "I think 'Jizz In My Pants' is popular because everyone has experienced that," Jorma Taccone says. "It's not based on a real life experience any of us have had. We absolutely don't do that! Ever!"
Lonely Island 'SNL' comedy crew talk new album
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