An article of mine has been published on CodeProject - http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/705482/Updating-Assembly-Versions-During-TFS-Builds.
In this article I explain how to modify the AzureContinuousDeployment workflow so that your hosted builds version stamp (i.e. update things like the revision number in the build number to correctly reflect your changeset number); however, this approach can easily be adapted to fit an on-premise TFS installation.
Wanting to deploy to Azure using Continuous Delivery but not use the Visual Studio Hosted Build servers?
No problem; but you need to install the right version of things first!
I then installed a couple of the assemblies from the Azure SDK Lib's into the GAC; these get installed into C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows Azure\.NET SDK\v2.0\ref, and I installed:
If you don't do this, you get an error during the deployment portion of the workflow.
If you try it, let me know how you get on!