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Wait... Michael Cera Released An Album Last Night?

YEP.

Mr. Manager is making the switch to Mr. Musician.

On Tuesday night, "Arrested Development" and "Juno" actor Michael Cera quietly released the 18-track true that. This isn't his first venture into music -- he played with indie group Mister Heavenly a few years back -- but it marks his first solo effort.

And he released it on his bandcamp in an I'll-just-leave-this-here kind of way, with no promotion of any kind. Very Cera-esque, as is the album itself.

Only two songs on the lo-fi project are longer than three minutes (by a few seconds) with a handful coming in under a minute. It's experimental, playful, lax and fun -- exactly what you would expect a Michael Cera album to sound like. A standout is a beautiful cover of Blaze Foley's "Clay Pigeons."

No matter what the critics have to say, Jonah Hill was quick to show his support for his pal on Twitter: