On NBC's The Office, actor Creed Bratton plays the creatively named Creed, the older gentleman with a tendency to steal any scene he speaks in. The character Creed is a former '60s rocker, so today's news that the actor is releasing a concept album called Tell Me About It does not seem shocking.
What is a bit different, however, is the fact that the CD will tell Bratton's life story, through songs and in three acts.
"After The Rubbermen and I started the album, Dave Way, my producer said, 'This is the story of your career. He said you should make this a concept album,'" Bratton said. "The three acts are like a play. It's a story that takes you along in a psychedelic way."
Actor Creed was a '60s rocker as well, as he was a member of the band The Grass Roots.
His audio biographical album is scheduled for release in three EPs, with the first act coming this Tuesday. The other two acts come May 7 and 21, respectfully, with the vinyl version dropping the 21st as well.
Act I - Let's Start Dancing
1. "One Guitar"
2. "Faded Spats"
3. "Chemical Wings"
4. "Yeah, Hi"
Act II - The Orange Juice Tastes Like Water
2. "PF Sloan"
3. "Unemployment Lines"
4. "My Name Is Leon"
5. "Heart Of Darkness"
Act III - Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Obscurity
1. "Old Ruminations"
2. "Move To Win"
3. "Better On Top"
4. "Emmy Awards" (Featuring Rainn Wilson)
5. "When I Settle Down"