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Ron Burgundy Duets With Robin Thicke In ‘Ride Like The Wind’ Remake [AUDIO]

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Anchorman 2 is set to hit theaters next Wednesday (December 18th) starring Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy. The movies’ soundtrack will be available Tuesday and features a remake of the 1980′s soft rock classic “Ride Like The Wind” by Christopher Cross updated by Robin Thicke. Funny man, news anchor Ron Burgundy adds his special comments to the funky little tune as Robin sings the song.

One of the funny lines from the remake is when Ron says, “Why is he singing lead? I’m much better at it.”

Give it a listen below and look for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues release next week.

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