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  • Audio CD (August 25, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Warner/Reprise Cntry Adv
  • ASIN: B002GHHJX6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,872 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Text
2. Birth
3. Fat
4. Treadmill
5. Whiskey and Weed and L.S.D.
6. The Sad Boy
7. The Oswalt Family Crest
8. Rats
9. Orgy
10. Lofty Thoughts
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Disc: 2
1. Hello Optimists (DVD)
2. Text (DVD)
3. Birth (DVD)
4. Fat (DVD)
5. Treadmill (DVD)
6. Whiskey And Weed And L.S.D.(DVD)
7. The Sad Boy (DVD)
8. The Oswalt Family Crest (DVD)
9. Rats (DVD)
10. Orgy (DVD)
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As a comedian, Patton has released three TV specials and, as of this writing, two critically acclaimed albums. Currently a series regular on Showtime's United States of Tara, he has also appeared as a guest star on The Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central and on Flight of the Conchords on HBO. He's a regular contributor to Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Real Time with Bill Maher and Lewis Black's Root Of All Evil. Patton will also appear in Steven Soderbergh's feature film The Informant and Observe and Report with Seth Rogen. Patton provided the voice for Remy, the rat, in Pixar's Oscar winning Ratatouille. He's also appeared in more then 20 films, including Magnolia, The Informant, Starsky and Hutch and Reno 911!: Miami. On TV he played Spence on The King of Queens on CBS for nine seasons, as well as appearing on Seinfeld, Reaper, Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Tim and Eric's Awesome Show, Great Job!

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Still fun many times over, though!
A. Wallace
His comedy is great. all his albums are worth purchasing.
Me Notyou
I was extremely disappointed with this effort from him.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ninjasuperstar on October 20, 2009
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Patton Oswalt dreaded morphing into the comic whose material becomes weak and clean after he gets sober, gets married, and has children. If anything, sobriety (or near-sobriety), a wife, and a child have made Oswalt more funny. He openly longs for Scotch and weed. His reflections on the immaturity and perpetual boyhood it requires to choose those things over responsibility brings out more intelligent and poignant comedy than his drunker days. That is, stability has sharpened rather than blunted Oswalt's comedy, and this album is his most refined thus far.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D on August 28, 2009
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This album is no "Werewolves and Lollipops", but that recording is the most insanely hilarious stand-up comedy routine I've ever heard, so I guess I can't quite expect anything else to measure up to that. And some of the moments here ("Treadmill", "Rats", "Orgy") are every bit as funny as the stuff on W&L, so it still ranks as a pretty great routine. Fans of Oswalt's sick, smart humor will likely enjoy it a lot.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Reining on June 3, 2010
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I first listened to Werewolves and Lollipops, and then went back and found Feeling Kinda Patton. I loved the former the first time through, and I still do. The latter took time to grow on me, but I've grown to love that one as well, though not as much as his sophomore effort. So when I heard he had a new comedy album coming out, I got really excited. But the product was a bit of a letdown. Patton Oswalt is a comic genius, and I don't say that lightly. Even jokes that I don't find funny have intelligent thought behind them, and that is, I think, what good comedy does, it draws you in and makes you wonder how a serious subject can be turned on its side and squeezed for it comedy value. A previous reviewer called this album "Incosistent," and I agree. However, as with all forms of entertainment, what is completely the worst and un-funniest thing to me might just as easily get someone else to laugh til it hurts.

It happens to all performers, and especially comedians, as big changes happen in their lives, especially when it comes to marriage and kids (some comedians even get away with talking EXCLUSIVELY about those two things). A lot more of this album is dedicated to talking about married life and not being able to drink scotch or smoke weed, as for me it isn't THAT funny, it's sort of a filler between the funnier bits (Text, Treadmill, and Orgy). Those are high points in album, sprinkled here and there with a funny observation, but overall it's a much weaker album to me than the two previous ones.

I've talked about what doesn't work for me in the album, but I have to tag it with this, and it's something that hasn't happened with Patton yet: He doesn't reuse material to strengthen an album. And for that I applaud him.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By THUNDERBOLT on June 22, 2012
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I'm a Patton Oswalt fan so I feel I have a good foundation of his material and sense of humor. I was extremely disappointed with this effort from him. It wasn't very funny and he's typically very funny. I would buy one of his other offerings instead.
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Funny stuff but not too many Big Ideas here. You get what you expect; the sense of attending a performance of his routine at a certain point in time. Plenty of good stuff, funny, but Patton's grown quite a bit since this came out. Still a good introduction to his style.
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By Me Notyou on November 5, 2013
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His comedy is great. all his albums are worth purchasing. This is a good solid album from start to finish. great stories and bits.
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Patton's by far my favorite comedian and this album doesn't disappoint. I bought it a little late, but it's worth the purchase. I was surprised to find upon opening, it comes packaged with a DVD of the special the recording was taken from which also includes some extras! Fans who haven't already, pick this one up!
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By Hermgirl on May 26, 2013
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is this made me laugh pretty hard!

As a comedy fan, I'm easy to please. I like Marc Maron, Patton Oswalt, and anyone else that doesn't require a mallet and a watermelon.

If you want the kind of comedy that will make coffee come out your nose, it's right here.
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