DON JAMIESON Reveals New Comedy Album Communication Breakdown Details
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 @ 2:22 PM
Launches New Track, "Kiefer", Online
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On April 21st, former That Metal Show host and comedian Don Jamieson will release his new comedy album, Communication Breakdown, via Metal Blade Records. Recorded at The Funny Stop in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Communication Breakdown's title and cover come from Don's Rutgers University senior yearbook photo. Don explains: "My young nieces and nephews found the photo at my mom's house and starting texting me how funny it was, and when I saw it again after so many years, I agreed! I majored in communication, so it was just a matter of adding the 'Breakdown' to it, which is obviously something you never want to happen in comedy." For a preview of Communication Breakdown, the track "Kiefer" can be heard below. To pre-order Communication Breakdown, go tometalblade.com/donjamieson.
Communication Breakdown tracklisting:
"Dave Mustaine Riffs, Intervention, Baby in t..."
"Sober, Finger-Banging, Drunk Logic"
"Weed, Cigs, Election 2016"
"Free Clinic, Raccoons"
"Rockers Aren't P.C."
"Where Have All the Rock Stars Gone?"
"Rocking Women, Viking Metal, Big Four"
"Vagina No-No's, Van Fucker, Doggie Style"
"Dating at 50, Threesome (Almost)"
"Brad & Angelina, Great Head, Mr. Brownstone"
Named one of the top 10 metalhead comedians by Revolver Magazine, Don has captured some of his most irreverent work to-date on his third album, Communication Breakdown. Don explains: "This album has tons of jokes but really revolves around 4 or 5 longer stories, which is something I've never really done before. I usually just like shot gunning jokes like beers at a frat party, but this time around I tried something a little different. It took a while to develop them for the stage but am really happy with the way they turned out, particularly the track "Kiefer", which is a true story about a crazy night with the 24 actor. Other than that, there's a little bit of something for everyone on this disc, and I hope people who buy or steal it enjoy it as much as I do."