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Comedy albums on Spotify (pt 2)

by linus on July 21st, 2010

Part 2 of an ongoing list of Spotify comedy albums, in no particular order:

  1. Todd Barry – From Heaven
    The sarcastic, deadpan comedy stylings of Todd Barry.
  2. Doug Benson – Unbalanced Load
    Likeable stoner comedian. Doug also host the podcast: Doug Loves Movies.
  3. Demetri Martin – These Are Jokes
    The former indie-darling of one-liners.
  4. Mike Birbiglia – My Secret Public Journal Live
    This album began to see Birbiglia go toward a more story-teller style. He has since gone on to take his monologues to an off-broadway show.
  5. Mitch Hedberg – Strategic Grill Locations
    Hedberg has 3 albums on spotify, including the posthumously released Do You Believe In Gosh?
  6. Todd Glass – Thin Pig
    Todd Glass is manic and opinionated, yet strangely endearing. As anyone who listens to the old episodes of Comedy and Everything Else will know.
  7. Matt Braunger – Soak Up The Night
    Up and coming NYC standup, well worth a listen.
  8. Brian Regan – Brian Regan Live
    A true comedian’s comedian. Regan is well known for being clean (no swearing), but his act is hardly the kind of bland faff that phrase might bring to mind.
  9. Sean Cullen – I Am A Human Man
    Canadian musical comic and gifted improviser. This album is mostly studio-recorded songs with narrative links, but his other album, Live! is just that, with lots of audience interaction.
  10. Marc Maron – Tickets Still Available
    Marc Maron’s brutal honesty and confessional style is strangely endearing. Highly recommended if you are a fan of the WTF podcast. All 3 of Marc’s albums are on Spotify, so listen to them in order of release, to hear the effect of his messy divorce on his comedy.

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