David Cross will release new CD, DVD on May 25

By | March 25, 2010 at 4:36 pm | 3 comments | News | Tags:

David Cross

Even after the announcement that IFC will be picking up a new TV series from David Cross, the good news just keeps on rolling for the man the man’s fans. Looks like a new CD and DVD from America’s favorite joke-telling turtle is set to drop May 25. (Just kidding about that turtle thing, David. We love you. Cool?) The hilariously titled Bigger And Blackerer is Cross’s third comedy album and second DVD for indie stalwart label Sub Pop, and was recorded during Cross’s performance at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre. We’re looking forward to getting our grubby mitts on both copies, especially since each features material not included on the other.

So get ready for more Cross, kids – 2010 promises to be, in Chinese zodiac terminology, the year of the turtle. (David, allow us to offer you a complimentary fist-bump of apology.)

Pitchfork.com posted the track listing. And if you know anything about Cross’ way of naming his album tracks, is that he’s usually poking fun at what “traditional” comedians joke about or they just make no sense. There’s a little of both happening here. Check it out after the jump.

01 Opening Song (The Sultan’s Revenge)
02 If You Care
03 That One Show About Drugs and Stuff
04 Me and Drugs
05 Black Stuff
06 …Or Worse
07 Where We Are Now Back in Sept. ’09
08 Silly Religious Crazies
09 REALLY Silly Religious Crazies. I Mean, Double, Triple Crazy!!
10 Random Goofabouts
11 I Can’t Get Beer in Me…
12 Lesson Learned

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Emma Kat Richardson

Emma Kat Richardson is a Detroit native who received her BA in professional writing and women and gender studies from Elizabethtown College in 2008. Her journalism and feature writing has been published in Alternative Press, Bitch, Punchline Magazine, Bookslut, and Real Detroit Weekly.

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    legend.

  • mike sanders

    its good to know comments are filtered here

  • Justin Morgan

    The album artwork alone is stellar.