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See the Return of David Brent, and His Video for 'Equality Street'


As promised, David Brent has been denied the happy ending of The Office Christmas Special to give us some more songs, laughs, and deep underlying pathos in a new Comic Relief special. Catching up with him a decade later, you get to see parts of Brent's Foregone Conclusion back-catalog only teased in the original series, with the manager-turned-cleaning-supplies-salesman giving full performances of "The Serpent Who Guards the Gates of Hell" and the reggae-inspired "Equality Street"--the latter of which gets a full black-and-white video to match its equally-blunt message of racial harmony. It's not clear how many more years must pass before we get a full-length cut of "Spaceman," but you can hear the rest below:

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