Best miscellaneous audio recordings according to redditors

We found 603 Reddit comments discussing the best miscellaneous audio recordings. We ranked the 464 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Miscellaneous Audio Recordings:

u/marmz111 · 82 pointsr/WTF

I'll just leave this here for the next repost

u/thelionnl · 66 pointsr/gamegrumps

Holy shit, You can Pre-order already!!!

Edit: You can actually hear 30 second previews of all songs already if you're interested, personally i'll just wait till the album actually comes out!

u/Stregano · 38 pointsr/IAmA

Do not forget that they really, truly wanted the show to be about The Wizards instead of Workaholics but were told to not try and get that show made (I forgot who told them to not even mention it. Maybe an agent or something). The Wizards are featured on an episode (the episode where Adam goes into the bodybuilding competition). They still tried to present it as a show and basically given an "absolutely not!". So they snuck them into an episode of Workaholics. They also have a Wizards album that came out in 2009 called Purple Magic (last I checked it was on Amazon mp3 for $7.99). The Wizards rap group also has Kyle (Karl in the show) as the 4th member of the group (Blazer, Ders, Kyle rap and Adam is the "hype man"/guy who sings the hooks).

EDIT: It looks like I bought it during a sale or something since it is up to 7.99 now. link for the lazy

EDIT 2: I am not associated with them (I wish I was), but please buy their album. If they get enough sales, maybe they will make another album. The rap they did at, I think it was Comic-con, was one of the songs from the album. Also, best line in the album, which Ders says, "And those that know me know I'm dealin the realness and they can feel this like a dope set of real tits". Yep, that line was also later put on Workaholics once again when Ders had his rap battle at the gathering of the juggalos. I watch that show way too much when I know these intricate details (like I said, I am pretty sure I need to be best friends with those 4.)

u/1337Lulz · 20 pointsr/WTF
u/heyitsbobby · 15 pointsr/opieandanthony

If you forgot about his comedy album reviews
"I work in a funeral home where customers often ask for audio to be played during the wake. So we play this album in the background because it does not contain any jokes. There were few instances where Joe DeRosa's "comedy" reanimated the corpses and made them cover their ears inside the caskets, but now we just tie their hands to prevent it."

u/hereforthemoney · 15 pointsr/WTF

What about $0.89 for a man's final words?

u/_CW · 11 pointsr/Standup

Hey Op,

The album is "Live" and it's available in most major outlets.

iTunes Store link:

Amazon Link:

Also free if you have Amazon Prime as part of their streaming service.

Hope that helps! It's an incredible set--very funny and touching at the same time.

u/gtg409y · 10 pointsr/IAmA

sounds like you should pick up their album and get caught up on the pod.

u/BufoSylvester · 8 pointsr/latin

Orberg himself reading with a classical accent. His v's are a little more v- than W-sounding and it sounds like he just used a tape recorder in his house but I own it and it gets the job done.

u/ShadUpJoe · 7 pointsr/rupaulsdragrace

Tig Notaro- no question. Comedian who delivered maybe the most heart crushingly tragic and funny stand up performance I've ever heard? Available on Amazon (included with Prime) and Spotify, but it's totally worth the money.

u/Djs3634 · 6 pointsr/opieandanthony

Hands down the greatest comedy special off all time.

Mistakes Were Made: The B Sides [Explicit] Joe DeRosa | Format: MP3 Music

u/SephirothSoul · 5 pointsr/The_Donald

Bought, edit your post or upvote me for visibility:

u/pahool · 4 pointsr/Buddhism

The Science of Enlightenment by Shinzen Young is a good modern outlook on enlightenment, from a Buddhist perspective, with special attention given to compatibility with science.

u/coc · 3 pointsr/Catholicism

>Lingua Latina per se Illustrata

Since you mentioned you'd like something to listen to on your commute, this book has an audio version: Basically the chapters start rather simple and build up greater complexity as they go one, and the simplicity at the beginning is enough to convey the meaning ... i.e "Roma in Italia est. Italia in Europa est" (Rome is in Italy / Italy is in Europe).

There are also versions of it on YouTube (the audio here is not from the audio book linked above):

u/Cr8z13 · 3 pointsr/Meditation

Cheaper MP3 Edition

u/shmleddit · 3 pointsr/hiphopheads
u/rcpublicemail · 3 pointsr/Buddhism

Rinzai is known for it's rigor and discipline. Rinzai and Seon Buddhism have reputations for being the hard-asses of Buddhism. That being said, Ven. Eshu comes off as really nice. I'd really like to make a pilgrimage out to BC someday and do a retreat with them.

As a beginner, on your own, with limited experience I wouldn't really recommend these series of talks. What I would recommend is that you look into the Western Vipassana tradition. Zen schools and their practices aren't systematized like the Theravada tradition (Western Vipassana is an emerging tradition in the west that falls under the Theravadan tradition). If you were learning a language the Theravada tradition would be like Rosetta stone, slowly building up your knowledge of basic vocabulary and syntax, with some meta-analysis thrown in as to why things are being presented this way. Zen would be like learning a language via total immersion. It's effective, but it's hard, you need a real commitment and a community to support you in your progress.

One resource I always recommend to beginners is The Science of Enlightenment by Shinzen Young. It's probably one of my favorite Buddhist related works.

For more entry level dharma talks I hope you take a look at the following links:

Audio Dharma - Recommended Talks

Dharma Seed (Great for searching through to find a talk on a particular subject.)

Dharma Talks given by the San Francisco Zen Center

The Buddhist Geeks Podcast

The Buddhist Geeks Podcasts are really interesting discussions about all aspects of Buddhism. It's not about teaching Buddhism. They're normally discussions with senior practitioners from all different sects about Buddhism. Talks cover topics such as rarified mental states (i.e. jhanas), adapting Buddhism to the west and the 21st century, meditation and the brain... really interesting stuff. If you have any real interest in Buddhism and how deep the rabbit hole goes, their best talks will really spark the fire of intrigue and get you serious about practice.

u/verisimilarity · 3 pointsr/WTF

Why couldn't they both back out and send some other poor bastard?

Also: you can buy his last words for 89 cents? What is wrong with us?

u/chamomiles · 3 pointsr/workaholics

You've heard the album, right?

u/FORTY8pak · 3 pointsr/The_Donald

For all those interested:

iTunes link

Amazon link

Google Play link

u/christianspicer · 3 pointsr/5by5DLC

For those that have asked, my album is now on Google Play (LINK: and Amazon MP3 (LINK: in addition to iTunes.

u/3BallJosh · 2 pointsr/weirdal

I'm home now here is a direct link if you haven't found it yet.

u/CaitlinSarah87 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

bout to get straight up medieval on yo ass! :D

thanks for the contest! even though i'm a few hours late!

u/GeminiVI · 2 pointsr/Buddhism

Check out The Science of Enlightenment. Try to start a meditation practice. If that takes root, come back here and ask questions.

To immediately seed your interest, listen to this podcast by Jack Kornfield

u/blackbird415 · 2 pointsr/trees

you get their album? If you like some of the music in the show you'll enjoy their album . purple magic

u/neelu91 · 2 pointsr/DestinyTheGame

Soundtrack is not out yet but you can listen to previews on that link. Track 11 sounds like an intrumental version of that track. Loved it myself.

u/Velocitea · 2 pointsr/nsfw_videos
u/betterhavesomebeans · 2 pointsr/NameThatSong

Seems to be "Deep" by Terique Greenfield.

u/chalantless · 2 pointsr/TZM

You can listen to them on Spotify with a free account. Last time I checked Spotify should work on Linux in the web browser and an official desktop client.

It's also for sale on Amazon.

P.S. iTunes music no longer has DRM.

u/RunBoston · 2 pointsr/DestinyTheGame

I posted this a few days ago but it didn't get much visibility- I found this Amazon link with the D2 soundtrack, and samples for every track:

u/syntacticsplenda · 1 pointr/Anxiety

Roberta Shapiro's Goodbye Anxiety
This isn't music exactly, but it's guided meditation specifically for anxiety. I've been using it at least once daily for the last month+ and it really helps to relax me. It's free to stream if you have Amazon Prime. She also has another "album" devoted to specific anxiety issues like driving and flying.

u/barrrt · 1 pointr/elderscrollsonline

It's also available as mp3s on Amazon (for $8.99 in the US, vs 15.99 on iTunes):

u/honesttom · 1 pointr/pics
u/4quartets · 1 pointr/latin

Here are audio files for the first 31 chapters of Familia Romana. Read by Orberg himself in restored pronunciation.

u/JerkyChew · 1 pointr/Music

The MP3 album is six bucks on Amazon right now - Go buy it and help him have his first-ever number 1 album!

u/Shotty772 · 1 pointr/WTF
u/Johannesdesilentio · 1 pointr/TrueReddit

Could there be a more ironic way to disseminate the audio recording of the last moments of Vladimir Kamarov's life than this?

u/chrismith85 · 1 pointr/gamegrumps

The amazon page says December 16th, so that's probably the release date give or take a day or two. Do iTunes and Amazon usually have different release dates?

EDIT: Release date confirmed Dec 16th on twitter!

u/sighperish · 1 pointr/VentGrumps

Oh my, didn't realize this was available for listening already! Here's a quick link for anyone who can't be arsed to search it.

To be honest, I thought a lot of it actually sounded pretty decent. I agree that the songs could be longer, but then given their time constraints, I'm thankful to see a new album this soon. Plus there's really not much competition in this particular area of music.

u/qqpugla · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That would be AWESOME =-D . . .Check out this cd I found when looking on amazon the other day. It looks/sounds like it would be awesome! This one by the same girl also looks good!

u/xooxanthellae · 1 pointr/Jazz

[The Workout] ( by Stic of Dead Prez. "Runner's High", "Blood Pumpin'", and "Champion" are all good songs for running. The intro and outro songs are like little motivational speeches so those are cool too.

Then he's got a single about running called ["We Run these Streets"] (

Here are some good videos:

u/ithinkway2much · 1 pointr/AskMen

If we had to vote on an anthem for joggers I would nominate Runner's High by rapper Stic Man.

If you like the song then you might also enjoy his whole Workout mixtape. It serves as my motivation to give it my all on those days I want to take it easy.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/5by5DLC


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u/ViolaFun · 1 pointr/thanksgiving

Some other places for listening to this Thanksgiving music:

We Gather Together - Thanksgiving Music - Amazon Music Unlimited link

[We Gather Together - Thanksgiving Music - Google play link]

There is also the Happy Thanksgiving - Turkey in the Straw - thanksgiving music album

Have a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving!!

u/nadapotata · 1 pointr/Anxiety

So you mentioned that you are going to see a doctor, but are you seeing a therapist? I really think it would help with your anxiety. If you have any questions about seeing a therapist, I'd be glad to talk to you about it (I'm not a therapist myself, but I've been in therapy, and can tell you about my experiences).

In the meantime, something really helpful for relaxing in order to sleep is listening to a guided meditation. I like Roberta Shapiro's "Goodbye Worries" and Belleruth Naparstek's "Meditations to Relieve Stress." It may seem a little hocus-pocus, but at least try it if you haven't before. At first, I was so anxious that I couldn't sit and meditate on my own, my mind was flying around all over the place. So I listened to these guided meditations, and they would calm me down enough that I could sleep OK. It also teaches you how to calm your mind on your own, and that's a great skill for someone with anxiety. I have them downloaded on my phone, and I carry earbuds with me, so I can always just take a little break during the day and listen for a few minutes if I need to.