Comedian and actor Erik Griffin's debut stand-up album, Technical Foul: Volume One, is now available via SideOneDummy Records. Recorded at The Comedy Store in La Jolla, CA on October 27 of last year, the album features 22 tracks that showcase Griffin's hilarious observations about life, love and self-evaluation. As an added bonus, Technical Foul: Volume One also features "My Queen," the love/sex ballad originally crooned by Griffin's character, Montez Walker, on Comedy Central's Workaholics.

VIDEO: "My Queen"

Technical Foul: Volume One marks the first comedy release from the renowned indie/punk rock label. "I'm excited to be the official dummy on the label. Indie rock and comedy are definitely second cousins," says Griffin about forging the comedy path on SideOneDummy. Label co-founder Joe Sib shares Griffin's excitement, saying, "With Erik's material and delivery, I have found myself gasping for air while trying to see through a sea of tears from laughing so hard."

Griffin's recurring role on Workaholics has made him a mainstay on television. His stand-up comedy has appeared in specials like The Payaso Comedy Slam, Comedy Central's Live At Gotham, Showtime's Comics Without Borders, and the nationally syndicated Comics Unleashed. He has also appeared in the History Channel's Surviving the Holidays with Lewis Black and the Tribeca Film Festival Documentary Just Like Us. Griffin has been performing across America and Canada since the beginning of the year, with dates for upcoming shows viewable at

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