March 28, 2015 1:35 PM EDT

Before Ben Stiller was a comedic juggernaut, he was just another an angsty teenager doing what angsty teenagers do—trying to make it as a punk rocker. Stiller was the drummer in a band called Capital Punishment; in 1982, the group self-released its only album, Roadkill.(Do you feel the angst?) Unfortunately, the trio disbanded shortly thereafter, ne’er to be heard of again—until their tracks appeared on YouTube last year.

But when the actor stopped by SiriusXM this week to promote his latest movie, While We’re Young, on Howard Stern, it came out that Captured Tracks, the independent Brooklyn label, is officially reissuing the album on vinyl. Hear Stiller discuss the band in the clip below—and get ready to order it (maybe).

This article originally appeared on EW.com.

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