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Mitch Hedberg’s albums are coming to vinyl

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We here at The A.V. Club used to be big fans of Mitch Hedberg’s comedy. We still are, but we also were when he first released Strategic Grill Locations and Mitch All Together in 1993 and 2003, respectively. The late comedian’s one-liners and non sequiturs could both brighten your day and make you choke on your drink, meandering into astute observations as they did. Hedberg’s discography also includes the posthumously-released Do You Believe In Gosh?, his third live album that was recorded just months before his death in 2005.

Fans now have a chance to own all of Hedberg’s comedy albums on vinyl, the way they were meant to be enjoyed by anyone with a turntable. On November 4, Comedy Central is releasing Mitch Hedberg: The Complete Vinyl Collection, which is already available for preorder on Amazon.

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The set includes Hedberg’s complete discography on three 12-inch vinyl records, as well as a book of rare photos and essays. If you’re not partial to acetate, though, the albums are available in digital format on a custom USB drive, as well as previously-unreleased recordings and an uncut presentation of Hedberg’s 1999 Comedy Central Presents show. The set retails for about $100; if you have happen to have any problems with the merchandise, let Hedberg tell you what to do with your complaints.

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