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May 05 2009

Joss singing on This American Life available for download. Joss performed "Heart, Broken" for "This American Life - Live!", and the radio episode is now available in podcast form.

Ira Glass's introduction of Joss and "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" begins at 28:50, and Joss sings at 34:20. For those of us who like singing along, please note the second half of the song is different, seeing as it needed to not include Zack, Maurissa, and Jed. Take a listen and see... er, hear.

From the looks of it, this will only be available through Sunday the 10th, so get it while you can.

Generally TAL shows are downloadable for a week, then you can stream them (for free) after that.

Everyone should listen to This American Life. I've never even been to the USA, but it's still consistently one of the best podcasts going around. Dan Savage's story about his mother after Joss is an example of why.
I'm seeing it again Thursday night. So excited. The new verses of Heart, Broken are wonderful.
Yay! Been waiting to hear this for a while, really enjoyed it! Poor Joss sounded quite nervous at the start.
This song has been stuck in my head all morning, which would be fine if it didn't keep trying to escape out my mouth.
He did a great job.
Hey, does anyone know of a way to download mp3s of the commentary songs? Much appreciated!
As far as I'm aware, drnotsobad, there's no legal way to download the Commentary! songs. To be able to listen to them on your own, you'd have to rip the DVD yourself. Or find some fan who's already done it and convince them to share.
Interesting changes in the lyrics to adapt it for the show.

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