COMEDY CENTRAL Records® Releases T.J. Miller's "Mash Up AudioFile" Digital Album On November 13

Nov 07, 2012, 13:59 ET from COMEDY CENTRAL Corporate Communications

NEW YORK, Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- COMEDY CENTRAL Records releases T.J. Miller's "Mash Up AudioFile" digital album on Tuesday, November 13.

The companion piece to his hit COMEDY CENTRAL show of the same name, "Mash Up AudioFile" delivers a 45 minute set of hilarious stand-up comedy plus bonus music/comedy mashups.  The digital album features comedian T.J. Miller talking about various types of laughs, bad travel etiquette, and myths about nitrous oxide.  He's also not afraid to get a little weird, comparing his genitals to a souffle or exploring what it's like to be so drunk that you'd pretend to be a pigeon to get bread.  Miller also introduces characters such as "a demon defending his Netflix queue," among others.  Bonus tracks are from hip hop luminary Steinski, as well as Second City's Jesse Case, who did all the music for Miller's debut comedy music album, "The Extended Play EP," making this album truly a mashup of comedy, television, and music.

Previously released recordings by COMEDY CENTRAL Records include: Jim Gaffigan's "Mr. Universe," George Lopez' "It's Not Me, It's You," Reggie Watts' "A Live At Central Park," Hannibal Buress' "Animal Furnace," John Mulaney's "New in Town," Patton Oswalt's "Finest Hour," Lewis Black's "The Prophet," Louis C.K.'s "Hilarious," Bo Burnham's "WORDS, WORDS, WORDS," Mitch Hedberg's "Do You Believe in Gosh?," Dane Cook's platinum-selling "Harmful If Swallowed" and double-platinum "Retaliation," and the Grammy® Award-winning "Lewis Black: The Carnegie Hall Performance," among others.

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