The vinyl edition of the album is a colorful gatefold sleeve. Both CD and vinyl editions include complete lyrics.
Can’t Keep Johnny Down, You Probably Get That A Lot, Old Pine Box, Canajoharie, Cloisonné, Let Your Hair Hang Down, Celebration, In Fact, When Will You Die, Protagonist, Judy Is Your Viet Nam, Never Knew Love, The Lady and the Tiger, Spoiler Alert, Dog Walker, 2082, Three Might Be Duende, You Don’t Like Me
Album Raises New And Troubling Questions New rarities album!
Full Album Contained on this full-length companion album of rarities are many exceptional, previously unheard tracks. In the many months making and then touring behind Join Us, They Might Be Giants created and finished many recordings. Included here is “Tubthumping” from the band’s appearance on The Onion’s AV Club’s Undercover series, the instant classic “Marty Beller Mask,” the live version of “Cloisonné” heard on the official video, a fantastic remix of “You Probably Get That A Lot” from the Elegant Too. Rollicking new music from TMBG’s Other Thing Brass Band sessions fill out the set, making Album Raises New And Troubling Questions a must have for all TMBG music-lovers.
O We, Authenticity Trip, You Probably Get That A Lot (Elegant Too remix), Marty Beller Mask, Now I Know, How Now Dark Cloud?, The Fellowship of Hell, Mountain Flowers, Doom Doom, Money for Dope, Read A Book, Havalina, Tubthumping (feat. the Onion AV Club Choir), Electronic Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Cloisonné (live), 200 Sbemails, and featuring TMBGs Other Thing Brass Band….Boat of Car, Mr. Me, Dirt Bike, Particle Man
The Else TMBG join forces with the Dust Bros.
Full Album Produced with the Dust Bros. (Beastie Boys, Beck), They Might Be Giants and Pat Dillett. Includes “The Mesopotamians,” “Careful What You Pack,” and “Withered Hope.” Cover and album artwork by Marcel Dzama.
I’m Impressed, Take Out The Trash, Upside Down Frown, Climbing The Walls, Careful What You Pack, The Cap’m, With The Dark, The Shadow Government, Bee Of The Bird Of The Moth, Withered Hope, Contrecoup, Feign Amnesia, The Mesopotamians
Cast Your Pod to the Wind The best of the podcasts
Rarities EP Recorded while making The Else and Here Come the 123s, Cast Your Pod to the Wind compiles 23 tracks from TMBG’s celebrated podcast and beyond. Live radio recordings, unique ringtones for Wired magazine (including a cameo appearance by Broadway star Michael Cerveris), and tracks with TMBG’s Other Things Brass Band are all represented here.
Put Your Hand On The Computer, I’m Your Boyfriend Now, Why Did You Grow A Beard?, We Live In A Dump, Brain Problem Situation, Sketchy Galore, Microphone, Vestibule, Greasy Kid Stuff, Metal Detector (Live), Employee Of The Month, Homunculus, No Plan B (Live), Morgan In The Morning, Kendra McCormick, Yeah, The Deranged Millionaire, My Other Phone Is A Boom Car, I Hear A New World, (She Was A) Hotel Detective In The Future, Haunted Floating Eye, Scott Bower, The Mexican Drill, Cast Your Pod To The Wind
Here Comes Science Grammy nominated!
FULL LENGTH ANIMATED SET Here Comes Science is a DVD/CD set of songs about science. The video for “Meet the Elements” was featured on boingboing.net, while the legendary rock version of “Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas)” finally gets a fully realized studio reading, and even it’s own answer song. Danny Weinkauf contributes “I Am A Paleontologist” which would be used in the soundtrack to a national television campaign.
Science Is Real, Meet The Elements, I Am A Paleontologist w/ Danny Weinkauf, The Bloodmobile, Electric Car w/ Robin Goldwasser, My Brother The Ape, What Is A Shooting Star?, How Many Planets?, Why Does The Sun Shine?, Why Does The Sun Really Shine?, Roy G. Biv, Put It To The Test, Photosynthesis, Cells, Speed And Velocity w/ Marty Beller, Computer Assisted Design, Solid Liquid Gas, Here Comes Science, The Ballad Of Davy Crockett (In Outer Space)
Full Album Produced with Pat Dillett and is the first recording to feature Marty Beller on the drums. Lead track “Experimental Film” was made into a video by the Bros. Chaps. of Homestar Runner fame.
Experimental Film, Spine, Memo To Human Resources, Wearing A Raincoat, Prevenge,Thunderbird, Bastard Wants To Hit Me, The World Before Later On, Museum Of Idiots, It’s Kickin’ In, Spines, Au Contraire, Damn Good Times, Broke In Two, Stalk Of Wheat, I Can’t Hide From My Mind, Renew My Subscription
The Spine Surfs Alone
Extended Play This beloved EP of haunted songs deemed too creepy for The Spine will delight all TMBG fans. Includes “Now Is Strange” and “Canada Haunts Me.”
The Spine Surfs Alone, Now Is Strange, I’m All You Can Think About, Fun Assassin, Skullivan, The Other Side of the World, Canada Haunts Me
Extended Play This excellent song-cycle came out as a pre-release of The Spine and includes magnificent recordings of TMBG collaborating with electronica geniuses The Elegant Too (Am I Awake?) and on their Other Thing Brass Band project with Mark “Loveman” Pender from the Conan O’Brien band (Ant, Caroline, No).
Am I Awake?, Memo to Human Resources, Au Contraire, Ant, Caroline, No
They Got Lost Rarities!
Full Album This remarkably strong set of rarities draws from TMBG’s work with McSweeney, ABC’s Nightline, the Chopping Block websites, as well as some never released elsewhere material.
Rest Awhile, Truth In Your Words, On The Drag, All Alone, Down To The Bottom Of The Sea, I’m Sick (Of This American Life), Words Are Like (demo), I Am A Human Head, Oranges, Empty Bottle Collector, They Got Lost, Reprehensible, Rat Patrol, The Army’s Tired Now, Certain People I Could Name, Theme To McSweeney’s, Dollar For Dollar, Mosh Momken Abadon, Token Back To Brooklyn, Disappointing Show, Oranges Testimonial
Unique DVD/CD Set The DVD side includes ten original video clips, as well as colorful narration by former literary agent John Hodgman in the role of The Deranged Millionaire. On the CD side there is over an hour of music, all for the first time on CD. You will receive all the original Venue Songs recordings from the 2004 tour, and a set of live recordings from that tour. The 10 studio recordings of the Venue Songs will also be featured.
Greeting from the Deranged Millionaire, “The Experiment Begins…”, Dallas, “A Concret Shrine…”, Albany, “Paradoxically…”, Los Angeles, “An Oasis of Hooch…”, Anaheim, “The Great Walled City…”, Vancouver, “Mon-on-ga-he-la…”, Pittzburgh, “You Can’t Go Home Again…”, Ashville, “And So…”, Glasgow, “Returning to the US…”, Charlottesville, “Skee-ball and Saltwater Taffy…”, Asbury Park, “The Tour Nearly Over…”, Brooklyn, Goodbye From the Deranged Millionaire
Damn Good Times, Experimental Film, Bastard Wants to Hit Me, I’m All You Can Think About
Dallas, Albany, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Vancouver, Pittzburgh, Ashville, Glasgow, Charlottesville, Aburty Park, Brooklyn, Love Is Eternity, Renew My Subscription, Taste the Fame, Tippecanoe and Tyler Too, Bloodmobile, Omaha, Houston, Leeds, New Orleans, Colombia, Santa Cruz, Minneapolis, Tucson, San Francisco, Memphis, Charlston, Atlanta, Farmingdale, New Haven, London, Raleigh, Towson, St Louis, Philadelphia, Austin, Dallas, Albany, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Vancouver, Pittzburgh, Glasgow, Charlottesville, Asbury Park, Brooklyn
No! The first album for kids
Full Album No! is They Might Be Giants’ first children’s album. Largely written and recorded “in between sessions” for recording incidental music for the television series “Malcolm in the Middle” and Mink Car, No! was a labor of love from the beginning. Immediately an audience and critical favorite, and now a perennial in the world of family-friendly stuff.
Fibber Island, Four Of Two, Robot Parade, No!, Where Do They Make Balloons?, In The Middle, In The Middle, In The Middle, Violin, John Lee Supertaster, The Edison Museum, The House At The Top Of The Tree, Clap Your Hands, I Am Not Your Broom, Wake Up Call, I Am A Grocery Bag, Lazyhead And Sleepybones, Bed Bed Bed, Sleepwalkers
Holidayland Christmas songs!
Extended Play These recordings were made over the years in very different times and places. “Santa’s Beard” originally appeared on TMBG’s Lincoln album. “O Tannenbaum”was a 7″ vinyl single recorded at a soundcheck with the band’s first live line-up at Fairfax High School in Hollywood, CA. “Careless Santa” is taken from the debut album of Mono Puff, a Flansburgh side project. “Feast of Lights” was recorded for a Chanukah compilation called Festival Of Light 2. And “Santa Claus” is a brand new recording of The Sonics’ 60′s garage classic only available here.
Santa Claus, Santa’s Beard, Feast of Lights, Careless Santa, O Tannenbaum
Full Album They Might Be Giants “lost” album, Mink Car was largely overlooked due to the almost instant collapse of Restless Records after the events of 9/11. Recorded in New York City and London this album includes the first collaborations with Langer/Winstanley since the Flood session (Bangs, Cyclops Rock, My Man). The album also includes notable productions with Adam Schlesinger from Fountains of Wayne (Man, It’s So Loud in Here, Yeh Yeh, Another First Kiss).
Bangs, Cyclops Rock, Man, It’s So Loud In Here, Mr. Xcitement, Another First Kiss, I’ve Got A Fang, Hovering Sombrero, Yeh Yeh, Hopeless Bleak Despair, Drink!, My Man, Older, Mink Car, Wicked Little Critta, Finished With Lies, She Thinks She’s Edith Head, Working Undercover For The Man
Working Undercover for the Man
Extended Play Recorded as a promotion device for They Might Be Giants upcoming Mink Car release with eMusic, this rollicking set of tracks captures the reckless spirit of the live band deeply ensconced in their work at Coyote Studios in Brooklyn.
Rest Awhile, Working Undercover For The Man, I Am A Human Head, Empty Bottle Collector, On The Drag
Long Tall Weekend The rarest of the rare
Full Album Long Tall Weekend is They Might Be Giants’ seventh studio album, released by eMusic on July 19, 1999. The album made music history by becoming the first downloadable LP online-only album ever to be released by any major artist. It is a set of some highly unusual recordings even by TMBG standards! Includes the beloved original recording of the song “Older.”
Drinkin’, (She Thinks She’s) Edith Head, Maybe I Know, Rat Patrol, Token Back To Brooklyn, Older, Operators Are Standing By, Dark And Metric, Reprehensible, Certain People I Could Name, Counterfeit Faker, They Got Lost, Lullabye To Nightmares, On Earth My Nina, The Edison Museum
Severe Tire Damage TMBG Live
FULL ALBUM They Might Be Giants’ live album Severe Tire Damage captures the band in performance and in high-fidelity. Recorded on stages both large and small, the spirit of their performance is finally captured in this excellent live set with songs spanning their entire career. The album also includes studio bonus tracks, notably the single “Doctor Worm.”
Doctor Worm, Severe Tire Damage Theme, They Got Lost, Why Does The Sun Shine?, Birdhouse In Your Soul, She’s An Angel, XTC Vs. Adam Ant, Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Ana Ng, First Kiss, Spider, Particle Man, She’s Actual Size, S-E-X-X-Y, Meet James Ensor, Till My Head Falls Off, About Me
Full Album Factory Showroom is the first of many of what would become TMBG’s longterm collaboration with engineer/producer Pat Dillett. Expansive rhythms and kaleidoscopic arrangements actively blend electronic, electric, and acoustic approaches. Lead guitarist Eric Schermerhorn’s lyrical lead guitar work shines on many tracks and the band’s pop craftsmanship reaches new heights on tracks like “How Can I Sing Like A Girl?,” “Metal Detector,” and “Pet Name.” Audience favorite “James K. Polk” finally gets the full band treatment here, and the track “I Can Hear You” holds the singular distinction of being recorded directly to a wax cylinder recorder at the Edison Laboratory.
S-E-X-X-Y, Till My Head Falls Off, How Can I Sing Like A Girl?, Exquisite Dead Guy, Metal Detector, New York City, Your Own Worst Enemy, XTC Vs. Adam Ant, Spiraling Shape, James K. Polk, Pet Name , I Can Hear You, The Bells Are Ringing
(Mono Puff) It’s Fun to Steal John Flansburgh’s side project
Full Album Flansburgh’s Mono Puff gets deeper into the groove on this more electronically-driven song set. Bass virtuoso Hal Cragin shines on the electric bass and Phil Hernandez of the Elegant Too delivers unexpected scratching and brilliant audio manipulations.
Creepy, It’s Fun To Steal, Poison Flowers, Mr. Hughes Says, Imaginary Friend, Taste The Bass, Extra Krispy, Dedicated, Backstabbing Liar, Hillbilly Drummer Girl, Dashiki Lover, Pretty Fly, I Just Found Out What Everybody Knows, Night Security
John Henry TMBG take on a full band!
Full Album As They Might Be Giants expanded from live performance with a tape recorder to a full backing band, taking their new, fuller sound into the studio was a natural move, and John Henry, their first full length album with live musicians, documents this moment in TMBG’s evolution. Working with producer Paul Fox (XTC, 10,000 Maniacs) the band woodsheded in upstate New York at the legendary Bearsville Studios. While John Henry’s organic sound and fuller production initially took many by surprise, show-stopping staples like “Meet James Ensor,” “No One Knows My Plan,” “Spy,” and “The End Of The Tour” have stood the test of time.
Subliminal, Snail Shell, Sleeping In The Flowers, Unrelated Thing, AKA Driver, I Should Be Allowed To Think, Extra Savoir-Faire, Why Must I Be Sad?, Spy, O, Do Not Forsake Me, No One Knows My Plan, Dirt Bike, Destination Moon, A Self Called Nowhere, Meet James Ensor, Thermostat, Window, Out Of Jail, Stomp Box, The End Of The Tour
Full Album The first album created with John F. and John L. at the production helm, it is not surprising that this album is both sonically adventurous and musically surprising. Along side the tight pop songwriting that is the band’s trademark (Narrow Your Eyes, I Palindrome I) the texture of impossibly dense, sample-based concoctions enter the picture (Spider, The Guitar, Hall of Heads). The album reaches a crescendo with the unknowable genre-shifting montage of “Fingertips,”an ever-shifting recording that was initially considered unplayable.
Apollo 18, Dig My Grave, I Palindrome I, She’s Actual Size, My Evil Twin, Mammal, The Statue Got Me High, Spider, The Guitar, Dinner Bell, Narrow Your Eyes, Hall Of Heads, Which Describes How You’re Feeling, See The Constellation, If I Wasn’t Shy, Turn Around, Hypnotist Of Ladies, Fingertips, Space Suit
Miscellaneous T Early years rarities compilation
Full Album Miscellaneous T compiles all the EP tracks from They Might Be Giants’ early years along with notable remixes of singles. Stand out recordings include “Hey Mr. DJ, I Thought You Said We Had A Deal,” “We’re The Replacements,” and the single mix of “Don’t Let’s Start.” The notorious “Gloria” recording from TMBG’s Dial-A-Song is included as an untitled track 13.
Hey, Mr. DJ, I Thought You Said We Had A Deal, Lady Is A Tramp, Birds Fly, The World’s Address (Joshua Fried Remix), Nightgown Of The Sullen Moon, I’ll Sink Manhattan, It’s Not My Birthday, Hello Radio, Mr. Klaw, Kiss Me Son Of God (Alternate Version), The Biggest One, For Science, Untitled, (She Was A) Hotel Detective (Single Mix), The Famous Polka, When It Rains It Snows, We’re The Replacements, Don’t Let’s Start (Single Mix)
Flood Certified platinum!
Full Album Considered by many to be the “calling card” album for entry into They Might Be Giants’ world, Flood was produced by They Might Be Giants, Clive Langer, Alan Winstanley and Roger Moutenot, and features many audience favorites including “Birdhouse in Your Soul,” “Particle Man,” and “Istanbul (Not Constantinople).” And it’s RIAA certified platinum!
Theme From Flood, Birdhouse In Your Soul, Lucky Ball & Chain, Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Dead, Your Racist Friend, Particle Man, Twisting, We Want A Rock, Someone Keeps Moving My Chair, Hearing Aid, Minimum Wage, Letterbox, Whistling In The Dark, Hot Cha, Women & Men, Sapphire Bullets Of Pure Love, They Might Be Giants, Road Movie To Berlin
Full Length As the band toured relentlessly in support of their breakthrough first album, they beat the sophomore slump with this inspired set of tracks. Using the brand new Alesis HR16 drum machine along with some primitive sampling devices, the two-man attack of the band flourished. The gated-guitar of “Ana Ng” would become a signature sound for the band, while The Ordinaires make a guest appearance on “Kiss Me, Son of God.”
Ana Ng, Cowtown, Lie Still, Little Bottle, Purple Toupee, Cage & Aquarium, Where Your Eyes Don’t Go, Piece Of Dirt, Mr. Me, Pencil Rain, The World’s Address, I’ve Got A Match, Santa’s Beard, You’ll Miss Me, They’ll Need A Crane, Shoehorn With Teeth, Stand On Your Own Head, Snowball In Hell, Kiss Me, Son Of God
They Might Be Giants TMBG’s first album
Full Album The band’s first album–these are the recordings that started it all for They Might Be Giants. Released on the Hoboken label Bar/None, the album was recorded on 4 and 8-track tape recorders at Studio PASS after hours through the benevolence of engineer Alex Noyes and completed at Al Houghton’s Dubway Studios in the legendary and hellish Music Building off of Times Square. Includes “Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head,” “Don’t Let’s Start,” and “Youth Culture Killed My Dog.”
Everything Right Is Wrong Again, Put Your Hand Inside The Puppet Head, Number Three, Don’t Let’s Start, Hide Away Folk Family, 32 Footsteps, Toddler Hiway, Rabid Child, Nothing’s Gonna Change My Clothes, (She Was A) Hotel Detective, She’s An Angel, Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Boat Of Car, Absolutely Bill’s Mood, Chess Piece Face, I Hope That I Get Old Before I Die, Alienation’s For The Rich, The Day, Rhythm Section Want Ad
Direct From Brooklyn Video compilation
DVD Video Compilation Rock video history was made when They Might Be Giants burst on to MTV with their singular brand of video clip. Often collaborating with Adam Bernstein, and later shot by Flansburgh directly, the band harnessed all their manic energy and poured it into these magnificent performances. This set also includes the beloved Tiny Toons clips for “Particle Man” and “Istanbul (Not Constantinople).” Direct From Brooklyn is a must for any serious TMBG fan.
DVD includes special commentary track from They Might Be Giants
Doctor Worm, Snail Shell, The Guitar, The Statue Got Me High, Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Birdhouse In Your Soul, They’ll Need A Crane, Purple Toupee, Ana Ng, (She Was A) Hotel Detective, Don’t Let’s Start, Put Your Hand Inside The Puppet Head, and from Tiny Toons: Particle Man, Istanbul (Not Constantinople)
Here Come The 123s Grammy winner!
Animated Full Album Here Come The 123s is TMBG’s lucky thirteenth album, their third children’s album, and the first album to win the band a Grammy (for Best Children’s Album 2009). It’s a full length DVD as well. Includes “Seven Days of the Week (I Never Go To Work),” and the Dust Bros. produced “Seven” and “Hot Dog!” (featured on the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse). The album was produced by Pat Dillett and TMBG and includes songs written by longtime sidemen Dan Miller, Marty Beller, and Danny Weinkauf.
Zeroes, One Everything, Number Two, Triops Has Three Eyes, Apartment Four, High Five!, The Secret Life Of Six, Seven, Seven Days of the Week (I Never Go To Work), Figure Eight, Pirate Girls Nine, Nine Bowls Of Soup, Ten Mississippi, One Dozen Monkeys, Eight Hundred And Thirteen Mile Car Trip, Infinity, I Can Add, Nonagon, Even Numbers, Ooh La! Ooh La!, Heart Of The Band, Hot Dog!, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme
Here Come The ABCs
CD/DVD Set This hour-long CD/DVD set is an ultra-vivid and highly entertaining introduction to the alphabet with wonderful puppets, brilliant animations, and live performances by TMBG. 25 songs! Kid-tested, parent-approved.
Here Come The ABCs, Alphabet Of Nations, E Eats Everything, Flying V, Q U, Go For G!, Pictures Of Pandas Painting, D & W, Fake-Believe, Can You Find It?, The Vowel Family, Letter / Not a Letter, Alphabet Lost And Found, I C U, Letter Shapes, Who Put The Alphabet In Alphabetical Order?, Rolling O, L M N O, C Is For Conifers, Fake-Believe (Type B), D Is For Drums, Z Y X, Goodnight My Friends, Clap Your Hands, Here In Higglytown (Theme to Higglytown Heroes), Hovering Sombrero ‘05
Bed Bed Bed Children’s book and CD set
Book/CD Set The book and CD set is the perfect set for bedtime reading and daytime rocking. This full color 48 page book contains 4 bedtime stories illustrated by Marcel Dzama. The short stories were written to the lyrics of the They Might Be Giants songs included on the accompanying 4-song CD.
Published by Simon & Schuester, with illustrations by Marcel Dzama
Impossible, Happy Doesn’t Have to Have an Ending, Idlewild, Bed, Bed, Bed, Bed, Bed w/ Kimya Dawson
Book/DVD Set This colorful and imaginative picture book invites kids to get up off the couch and move it! Illustrated by Pascal Campion and including a special animated DVD of the song, Kids Go! is sure to delight.
Published by Simon and Schuester, with illustrations by Pascal Campion
A User’s Guide To They Might Be Giants Greatest hits
Full Length Compilation Rhino released the single-disc compilation A User’s Guide To They Might Be Giants – kind of a simple reduction of Dial-A-Song. The liner notes contain a listing of every show (as of the album’s release) TMBG played since 1985, compiled by the band. Also included is a timeline of events notable to TMBG fans, such as the election of James K. Polk and when worms evolved. Not only that, but it includes a full list of songs that TMBG has ever recorded as of the compilation’s release, a list of other musicians that have worked with TMBG, and a lot of other meaningless graphs and charts including the frequency of TMBG gigs held in places beginning with “new” and an incorrect list of presidents mentioned in their lyrics.
Minimum Wage, Meet James Ensor, Particle Man, Don’t lets Start, She’s an Angel, Cyclops Rock, Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Purple Toupee, James K Polk, Birdhouse In Your Soul, Ana Ng, The Guitar, Bangs, The Statue Got Me High, New York City, Doctor Worm, Boss Of Me, Your Racist Friend, Why Does the Sun Shine?, They’ll Need a Crane, I Palindrome I, Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head, John Lee Supertaster, Older, We’re The Replacements, Dr Evil, No!, Clap Your Hands, Spider
- CD direct from TMBG
- CD from Amazon
Dial-A-Song Rhino 2 disc box set
Two CD Set Curated by the band, this amazing, deluxe set of 52 songs spans the first 20 years of the band’s career between 1982 and 2002. The box also includes a booklet with essays by This American Life’s Sarah Vowell and John and John.
Birdhouse In Your Soul, Ana Ng, Don’t Let’s Start, Boss Of Me, Older, Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Doctor Worm, The Guitar, Doctor Evil w/ Robin Goldwasser, New York City, Particle Man, Cyclops Rock, Minimum Wage, Man, It’s So Loud In Here, , We’re The Replacements, Why Does The Sun Shine? (Live), Your Racist Friend, Bangs, Snail Shell, Twisting, Another First Kiss, They’ll Need A Crane, The Statue Got Me High, (She Was A) Hotel Detective, Put Your Hand Inside The Puppet Head, I Palindrome I
She’s An Angel, How Can I Sing Like A Girl?, James K. Polk, Meet James Ensor, Mammal, Pet Name, No!, I Can Hear You, Spider, I Should Be Allowed To Think, Fingertips, She’s Actual Size, Spy, Stormy Pinkness (Live In Berlin 1989), Exquisite Dead Guy, Robot, Parade (Adult Version), Boat Of Car, S-E-X-X-Y, Number Three, The End Of The Tour, They Might Be Giants, Hey, Mr. DJ, I Thought, You Said We Had A Deal, Nightgown Of The Sullen Moon, Snowball In Hell, Purple Toupee, Cowtown
- CD direct from TMBG
- CD from Amazon
Then: The Earlier Years
Two CD Set This compilation combines the band’s first two albums (They Might Be Giants and Lincoln) with the EP and remix collection Miscellaneous T, with two tracks omitted overall – “(She Was A) Hotel Detective (Single Mix)” and the original album mix of “Don’t Let’s Start” (other versions of these songs exist on the compilation). Added to this were previously unreleased bonus tracks
Everything Right Is Wrong Again, Put Your Hand Inside The Puppet Head, Number Three, Don’t Let’s Start, Hide Away Folk Family, 32 Footsteps, Toddler Hiway, Rabid Child, Nothing’s Gonna Change My Clothes, (She Was A) Hotel Detective, She’s An Angel, Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Boat Of Car, Absolutely Bill’s Mood, Chess Piece Face, I Hope That I Get Old Before I Die, Alienation’s For The Rich, The Day, Rhythm Section Want Ad, We’re The Replacements, When It Rains It Snows, The Famous Polka, Untitled, For Science, The Biggest One, Kiss Me, Son Of God (Alternate Version), Mr. Klaw, Critic Intro, Now That I Have Everything, Mainstream U.S.A., Fake Out In Buenos Aires, Greek #3, Hope That I Get Old Before I Die (Original Version), I’m Def, Don’t Let’s Start (Demo Version), ‘85 Radio Special Thank You
Ana Ng, Cowtown, Lie Still, Little Bottle, Purple Toupee, Cage & Aquarium, Where Your Eyes Don’t Go, Piece Of Dirt, Mr. Me, Pencil Rain, The World’s Address, I’ve Got A Match, Santa’s Beard, You’ll Miss Me, They’ll Need A Crane, Shoehorn With Teeth, Stand On Your Own Head, Snowball In Hell, Kiss Me, Son Of God, Hello Radio, It’s Not My Birthday, I’ll Sink Manhattan, Nightgown Of The Sullen Moon, The World’s Address (Joshua Fried Remix), Hey, Mr. DJ, I Thought You Said We Had A Deal, Lady Is A Tramp, Birds Fly, Kitten Intro, Weep Day, The Big Big Whoredom, I’m Gettin’ Sentimental Over You (Adaptation), Become A Robot, Which Describes How You’re Feeling, Swing Is A Word, Doris Cunningham, Counterfeit Fake, Schoolchildren Singing Particle Man