Feelin' Kinda Patton

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Feelin' Kinda Patton
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Live album by Patton Oswalt
Released June 29, 2004
Recorded 40 Watt Club
Genre Comedy
Length 72:03
Label United Musicians
Producer Ron Baldwin
Henry H. Owings
Patton Oswalt chronology
222 (Live & Uncut)
(2003)222 (Live & Uncut)2003
Feelin' Kinda Patton
(2004)
Patton vs. Alcohol vs. Zach vs. Patton
(2005)Patton vs. Alcohol vs. Zach vs. Patton2005
Alternative cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Stylus Magazine (B)[1]
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

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 abridged version of the previously released 222 (Live & Uncut). 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.[3][4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The Sadness Begins" 0:50
2. "A Man Shaves His Balls" 1:17
3. "Facts About Midgets" 1:07
4. "How We Won the War" 1:00
5. "When You Buy a Humvee" 0:39
6. "America, the Retarded Trust Fund Kid" 0:54
7. "A Blowjob Behind the Tilt-A-Whirl" 1:01
8. "Come On Apocalypse" 1:57
9. "Your Moment of Irony" 1:30
10. ""We're Here, We're Queer...!"" 0:52
11. "The Gay Pride Parade" 1:14
12. "The Winning Team" 2:08
13. ""Two More Sips"" 0:55
14. "Liquor Everywhere" 3:50
15. "The World's Most Amazing Father" 2:42
16. "I Hate Hippies" 2:19
17. "80's Metal" 3:36
18. "The Poetry of Pornography" 5:54
19. "Steak" 3:02
20. "A Brief History of Shitty Comedy" 2:02
21. "Toronto Open Mic" 5:15
22. "TIVO!" 2:19
23. "My Christmas Memory" 2:01
24. "Stella D'Oro" 2:54
25. "Robert Evans/The Sadness Ends" 6:13
26. "Piss Drinkers" 4:21
27. "Tom Carvel!" 3:35
28. "The Magic of Oil Painting/Easter Eggs" 6:17

Personnel[edit]

  • Patton Oswalt - Performer
  • Ron Baldwin - Producer
  • Henry H. Owings - Producer
  • Chris Bilheimer - Design
  • Fred Maher - Mixing
  • Brian McCall - Photography
  • Curt Wells - Live Recording Engineer

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