By Benjamin Wood
Updated December 02, 2011 at 10:11 PM EST
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Somewhere, Al Yankovic is sweating.

Talk show host and parody extraordinaire Jimmy Fallon has reportedly signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records to release a comedy album in 2012. The album will include music and parodies featured on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

You probably don’t need reminding, but the former SNL skit-ster has consistently shown the world — via his Late Night stage how to put a good spoof together. Recently, he wasted no time re-interpreting Justin Bieber’s “Baby” and looking back we have Fallon to thank for the Neil Young-inspired “Pants on the Ground” and the greatest rendition of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” the world has ever known. Not to mention this his pitch-perfect opening number as host of the 2010 Emmy Awards.

Fallon’s first comedy album, 2002’s “The Bathroom Wall,” went on to receive a Grammy nomination. Since then, he’s had 9 years and his own show to hone his craft.

What do you think PopWatchers? Will a Fallon album be on your summer 2012 Must List or would you rather lick it for ten? Tell us in the comments what your favorite Fallon parody is and check out the videos below for a refresher course.

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