Patton Oswalt
Born January 27th, 1969 in Sterling, Virginia, Patton Oswalt started headlining comedy clubs in 1996. A noted comedian, actor, and writer (Patton has written for MadTV), he has had roles both in film and on the small screen, such as Magnolia and the sitcom King of Queens. Oswalt's style of stand-up comedy is often described as acerbic and sarcastic, and it covers a great deal of subject matter. Topics range from pop culture frivolity such as comic book supervillains and 1980s hair metal to deeper societal issues like American excess
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Patton Oswalt
Born January 27th, 1969 in Sterling, Virginia, Patton Oswalt started headlining comedy clubs in 1996. A noted comedian, actor, and writer (Patton has written for MadTV), he has had roles both in film and on the small screen, such as Magnolia and the sitcom King of Queens. Oswalt's style of stand-up comedy is often described as acerbic and sarcastic, and it covers a great deal of subject matter. Topics range from pop culture frivolity such as comic book supervillains and 1980s hair metal to deeper societal issues like American excess
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Only So Many Bombs Before Breakfast
Another track I am working on for my upcoming album American Ragnarok. I should be debuting a quickie music video for this in the next week or two as well. I am still tinkering with this, so let me know what you think. I am hoping to have the album itself out this summer, and I think it will be a stomper. I find it interesting (to myself) that as the times change my music has become less ambient and more bombastic and percussive. Environment affecting art. Considering some vocals, but not sure yet...needs some more listens. This song started its life as a soundtrack to a clip from WestWorld. My fiancee had sent me a link to a scoring contest they were doing...unfortunately the deadline was the same day, so I whizzed around on my keyboard for about 4 hours and came up with something...but when I went to submit it, I discovered that the deadline had been BST and not EST, so I was too late! I thought it had the bones of something else to it, so I have been working on it off and on for a few months. Th emore I played with it, the more I thought it would make a good track on the concept album I am producing. More to come! This song will be released as a stand-alone single in the next few weeks to coincide with the video on YouTube. Stay tuned, my friends...and, as always, thank you for taking the time to listen.more
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The Shunning of Clay with Violent Blows
this track is a remake/remix of the song The Flying Away of Silent Crows from my Ex Post Facto album from 2019. It showed up as a bonus track on the Spirits Of the Dead Soundtrack EP, also released in 2019. I recently added it to the 2020 Orange Album compilation. I'm going to post The Flying Away of Silent Crows separately so you can compare them. I like both for different reasons. Let me know what you think!more
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The Flying Away of Silent Crows
Final track from my 2019 Ex Post Facto album, meant in part, to be a tribute to my father who passed away that year. Compare and contrast to the track I posted previously, The Shunning of Clay With Violent Blows, which is a bit of a remake/remix. Very different feels, but I like them both. Let me know what you think.more
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