Cherlene, a country music album from linked to FX's animated spy show Archer , is now for sale, and fans have been pleasantly surprised at the solid musicality of the songs.
Archer — now under the name Archer Vice — has taken a wacky plot turn this fifth season largely because creator Adam Reed grew "bored" with the same old spying storylines.
The gang now works as failing cocaine dealers rather than spies, but the characters and their interactions largely remain the same.
That is, except for Cheryl, who for underdeveloped-but-who-really-cares reasoning has decided to become a country music star and change her name to Cherlene.
Cheryl is voiced by Judy Greer, but her singing voice belongs to Jessy Lynn Martens, a relatively unknown country singer.
Toward the end, he and Cherlene performed a rousing country duet of "Danger Zone," the song that highlights the album.
It's real country music, and early fans have been pleasantly surprised that it's, well, actually musical. »