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Mitch Hedberg, Mitch All Together (Full Album HD)

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Published on Sep 14, 2013

1 "This CD Is In Stores" -- 0:00
2 "Sandwiches" -- 3:40
3 "Not Track Five, Not Chainsaw Juggler" -- 5:58
4 "Teeth" -- 7:04
5 "Candy Bars" -- 8:57
6 "Houses" -- 11:01
7 "Pop" -- 13:21
8 "The Pipe" -- 15:56
9 "Business Cards" -- 18:00
10 "Sesame Seeds" -- 20:23
11 "Three Easy Payments" -- 21:57
12 "Arrows" -- 24:02
13 "Saved by the Buoyancy of Citrus" -- 26:27
14 "Mitch in the S'th" -- 28:43
15 "Bed and Breakfast" -- 31:22
16 "X" -- 35:40
17 "Movie Pot" -- 37:17

Mitch All Together is stand-up comedian Mitch Hedberg's second comedy album. It is a recording of a performance at the Acme Comedy Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota from May 2003. The CD was packaged with a DVD of Mitch Hedberg's 1999 Comedy Central special in two versions, the first being the one edited down to a half-hour and shown on Comedy Central, and the second being the raw unedited taping which is about 15 minutes longer. The DVD also features his appearance on a 1998 episode of Comedy Central's Premium Blend. The CD is packaged in a double-fold digipack.

As with his previous album, the title Mitch All Together is a reference to a joke which is not included on the album (the joke is on track seven of the 1999 self-released edition of his previous album Strategic Grill Locations): You know how they call corn on the cob "corn on the cob", right? But that's how it comes out of the ground, man. They should call that "corn". They should call every other version "corn off the cob". It's not like if you cut off my arm, you would call my arm "Mitch"; but then reattach it and call it "Mitch all together".

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