Patton Oswalt / Feelin' Kinda Patton - 4073796
This album has its own Wikipedia page! Because of the nature of Wikipedia, this description could be wrong, but here’s what it says:
Feelin’ Kinda Patton is stand-up comedian Patton Oswalt’s first comedy album. It is a recording of a performance at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia. Feelin’ Kinda Patton is an edited version of the later released, 222. A limited vinyl edition of this album was issued in May 2008 by Stand Up! Records and features a cover with cut out playset and characters from the album by Mike 2600.
Released: March 17, 2010
Patton Oswalt / Patton VS. Alcohol VS. Zach VS. Patton - RS-CHKCD002
A night of drunken comedy and personal bone-cutting personal insults with Patton Oswalt.
Released: May 21, 2007
Patton Oswalt / 222 - RS-CHKCD001
What Live At Buddokan is to Cheap Trick, Feelin’ Kinda Patton is to Patton Oswalt. And 222 is the complete, unedited 2 hours and 22 minute performance that was whittled down to Patton’s masterpiece debut. This is a two-disc set!
Released: May 21, 2007
Patton Oswalt / Werewolves and Lollipops - SP737
Patton Oswalt has been a stand-up comedian for almost twenty years. And this is his second CD. Lazy…or maybe busy. He’s appeared in over twenty movies, including Magnolia, Reno 911!: Miami and the documentary The Comedians of Comedy, which he also created and produced. This spring, the Comedians of Comedy were the first ever comedians to ever perform at the Coachella Music Festival. Patton’s also a regular at Bumbershoot, SXSW and Bonnaroo.
Most of his film work came during hiatus from CBS’s The King of Queens, where he played the character “Spence” for nine seasons. He’s also a regular on shows like Reno 911!, a frequent guest on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel Live, and a recurring voice actor on Kim Possible, SpongeBob SquarePants, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Crank Yankers.
He’s a regular columnist in The New York Times Magazine, and was an un-credited writer on the Borat movie. This summer, he’s the lead voice in Pixar’s Ratatouille, playing a rat named Remy, who dreams of being a chef in Paris. Werewolves and Lollipops is his first record on Sub Pop, and was recorded in the Cap City Comedy Club in Austin, Texas in December of 2006.
Released: July 10, 2007