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They Might Be Giants

Combining a knack for infectious melodies with a quirky sense of humor and a vaguely avant-garde aesthetic borrowed from the New York post-punk underground, They Might Be Giants became an unlikely alternative rock success story as they reinvented themselves throughout their career. Musically, John Flansburgh and John Linnell borrowed from everywhere, but this eclecticism was enhanced by their arcane sensibilities. The duo referenced everything from British Invasion to Tin Pan Alley, while making allusions to pulp fiction and President Polk. Through their string of indie releases and constant touring, They Might Be Giants built up a huge following on college campuses during the late '80s, switching to a major label in the early '90s. With support from MTV, 1990's Flood became a gold album, and with it, the duo began to reap commercial rewards, moving into the status of one of the most popular alternative bands before grunge. Though the group retreated to its cult following in the mid-'90s, when an avalanche of post-grunge groups dominated MTV and modern rock radio, the 2000s and 2010s found them thriving, with well-received forays into children's music and soundtracks, as well as acclaimed albums for their adult fans.

Flansburgh and Linnell met when they were children in Lincoln, Massachusetts. During high school, they began writing songs together, yet they never officially formed a band. Both Johns went to college after high school, with Linnell playing in the Mundanes, a new wave group from Rhode Island. By 1981, the pair had reunited, deciding to move to Brooklyn to pursue a musical career. Taking their name from a George C. Scott film and performing their original material with a drum machine, They Might Be Giants soon became fixtures on the Manhattan underground. Although Flansburgh and Linnell were building a cult following, they had a hard time getting a record deal, so they set up Dial-A-Song -- a phone line that played songs on an answering machine -- as a way to get their songs heard. The gimmick worked. Not only did it lead to a deal with the indie label Bar/None, but over the years it was a successful venture; at one point, the service was receiving hundreds of calls a day.

They Might Be Giants released their eponymous debut in 1986, and the album became a college radio hit; it also made waves on MTV due to the inventive video for "Don't Let's Start." Two years later, they released Lincoln, which expanded their following considerably. Featuring the college hit "Ana Ng," Lincoln climbed to number 89 on the charts, earning the attention of major labels. They Might Be Giants signed with Elektra Records in 1990, releasing Flood later that year. Flood worked its way to gold status, thanks to the singles "Birdhouse in Your Soul" and "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)," which both had popular videos. In the wake of the group's success, Restless/Bar/None released the B-sides and rarities compilation Miscellaneous T in 1991.

Apollo 18, released in 1992, wasn't quite as successful as Flood, yet it consolidated the group's cult following. For the album's supporting tour, They Might Be Giants performed with a full backing band for the first time, hiring former Pere Ubu bassist Tony Maimone and drummer Brian Doherty. The shift toward a full band coincided with the dominance of grunge in alternative rock. Though they were strengthened by the powerful sound of a full band, They Might Be Giants failed to receive much attention from MTV, mainstream modern rock radio, or college radio when they released John Henry in the fall of 1994. Recorded with the full band, John Henry lost the group a number of fans, yet their concerts remained popular attractions, especially on American college campuses. Still, the band's next album, 1996's Factory Showroom, was virtually ignored by the press, MTV, and radio. The live Severe Tire Damage followed two years later.

They Might Be Giants maintained their "hardest working men in show business" status in 2001 when they issued Mink Car, a stunning follow-up to Factory Showroom that boasted collaborations with M. Doughty, Adam Schlesinger, and the Elegant Too. They celebrated their 20th anniversary in summer 2002 with the release of their first children's album, No! Rhino also celebrated the band's tenure with the first-ever They Might Be Giants retrospective, Dial-A-Song: 20 Years of They Might Be Giants. A year later, Flansburgh and Linnell joined Canadian artist Marcel Dzama for the children's book and CD set Bed, Bed, Bed. The Indestructible Object EP arrived in spring 2004, just a few months before the band's eighth full-length album, The Spine. Early in 2005, Here Come the ABCs and its accompanying DVD were the band's first releases for Disney Sound. Later that year, They Got Lost arrived.

Over the course of the next two years, TMBG released a series of monthly and bimonthly podcasts. They also contributed to various film soundtracks, including Disney's Meet the Robinsons and the film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Coraline. The band's 14th studio release, The Else, hit stores in the summer of 2007. Here Come the 123's, the sequel to Here Come the ABC's, appeared in early 2008. Later that year, the CD/DVD set Venue Songs, which featured appearances by actor/comedian John Hodgman, was released. Here Comes Science, which featured songs about paleontology, astronomy, and chemistry, and included a DVD with animated versions of "the Johns" and videos by Divya Srinivasan, Tiny Inventions, David Cowles, Hine Mizushima, and Feel Good Anyway, was released in fall 2009. Two years later, They Might Be Giants put the children's music on hold and released Join Us, the band's first "adult" album in four years. Soon after the band finished the Join Us tour, they began work on their 16th album, Nanobots, a song cycle that featured several small songs akin to the "Fingertips" tracks on Apollo 18, which hit the shelves in 2013. In 2014, they took a look back at their independent years with Idlewild, a compilation named for their own label that collected some of their favorite songs from that era. The band also took a break from its formidable touring schedule to work on three new albums. In December 2014, They Might Be Giants relaunched Dial-A-Song -- which had ceased its original run in 2006 -- with the goal of releasing one new song a week through the end of 2015. Several of these songs appeared on Glean, which arrived in April 2015. The children's album Why? was released that November. In March 2016, the band issued Phone Power, the third album of songs compiled from Dial-A-Song, as a pay-what-you-want download among its different releases. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Glean

1. Erase

2. Good To Be Alive

3. Underwater Woman

4. Music Jail, Pts. 1 & 2

5. Answer

6. I Can Help The Next In Line

7. Madam, I Challenge You To A Duel

8. End Of The Rope

9. All The Lazy Boyfriends

10. Unpronounceable

11. Hate The Villanelle

12. I'm A Coward

13. Aaa

14. Let Me Tell You About My Operation

15. Glean

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Track List: Idlewild: A Compilation

1. Am I Awake?

2. The Mesopotamians

3. We Live In A Dump

4. Experimental Film

5. Cloissonne

6. The Lady And The Tiger

7. Brain Problem Situation

8. Tesla

9. Certain People I Could Name

10. You're On Fire

11. Damn Good Times

12. Words Are Like (Demo)

13. Can't Keep Johnny Down

14. I'm Impressed

15. Careful What You Pack

16. Clap Your Hands

17. Electronic Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

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Track List: Nanobots

1. You're On Fire

2. Nanobots

3. Black Ops

4. Lost My Mind

5. Circular Karate Chop

6. Call You Mom

7. Tesla

8. Sleep

9. Stone Cold Coup D'etat

10. Sometimes A Lonely Way

11. Destroy The Past

14. Decision Makers

15. Nouns

17. Insect Hospital

18. Tick

20. The Darlings Of Lumberland

21. Great

22. Stuff Is Way

23. Icky

24. Too Tall Girl

25. Didn't Kill Me

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Track List: Join Us

1. Can't Keep Johnny Down

2. You Probably Get That A Lot

3. Old Pine Box

4. Canajoharie

5. Cloisonne

6. Let Your Hair Hang Down

7. Celebration

8. In Fact

9. When Will You Die

10. Protagonist

11. Judy Is Your Viet Nam

12. Never Knew Love

13. The Lady And The Tiger

14. Spoiler Alert

15. Dog Walker

16. 2082

17. Three Might Be Duende

18. You Don't Like Me

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Track List: Venue Songs

Disc 1

1. Dallas

2. Albany

3. Los Angeles

4. Anaheim

5. Vancouver

6. Pittsburgh

7. Asheville

8. Glasgow

9. Charlottesville

10. Asbury Park

11. Brooklyn

12. Love Is Eternity

13. Renew My Subscription

14. Taste The Fame

15. Tippecanoe And Tyler Too

16. Bloodmobile

17. Omaha (In Situ)

18. Houston (In Situ)

19. Leeds (In Situ)

20. New Orleans (In Situ)

21. Colombia (In Situ)

22. Santa Cruz (In Situ)

23. Minneapolis (In Situ)

24. Tucson (In Situ)

25. San Francisco (In Situ)

26. Memphis (In Situ)

27. Charleston (In Situ)

28. Atlanta (In Situ)

29. Farmingdale (In Situ)

30. New Haven (In Situ)

31. London (In Situ)

32. Raleigh (In Situ)

33. Towson (In Situ)

34. St. Louis (In Situ)

35. Philadelphia (In Situ)

36. Austin (In Situ)

37. Dallas (In Situ)

38. Albany (In Situ)

39. Los Angeles (In Situ)

40. Anaheim (In Situ)

41. Vancouver (In Situ)

42. Pittsburgh (In Situ)

43. Glasgow (In Situ)

44. Charlottesville (In Situ)

45. Asbury Park (In Situ)

46. Brooklyn (In Situ)

Disc 2
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Track List: A User's Guide To They Might Be Giants

1. Minimum Wage

2. Meet James Ensor

3. Particle Man

4. Don't Let's Start

5. She's An Angel

6. Cyclops Rock

7. Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

8. Purple Toupee

9. James K. Polk

10. Birdhouse In Your Soul

11. Ana Ng

12. The Guitar

13. Bangs

14. The Statue Got Me High

15. New York City

16. Doctor Worm

18. Your Racist Friend

19. Why Does The Sun Shine? (The Sun Is A Mass Of Incandescent Gas)

20. They'll Need A Crane

21. I Palindrome I

22. Put Your Hand Inside The Puppet Head

23. John Lee Supertaster

24. Older

25. We're The Replacements

26. Dr. Evil

27. No!

28. Clap Your Hands

29. Spider

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Track List: The Spine

1. Experimental film

2. Spine

3. Memo To Human Resources

4. Wearing A Raincoat

5. Prevenge

6. Thunderbird

7. B**tard Wants To Hit Me

8. The World Before Later On

9. Museum Of Idiots

10. It's Kickin In

11. Spines

12. Au Contraire

13. Damm Good Times

14. Broke In Two

15. Stalk Of Wheat

16. I Can't Hide From My Mind

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Track List: Indestructible Object

1. Am I Awake?

2. Memo To Human Resources

3. Au Contraire

4. Ant

5. Caroline, No

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Track List: Mink Car

1. Bangs

2. Cyclops Rock

3. Man It's So Loud In Here

4. Mr Xcitement With Doughty

5. Another First Kiss

6. I've Got A Fang

7. Hovering Sombrero

8. Yeh Yeh

9. Hopeless Bleak Dispair

10. Drink!

11. My Man

12. Older

13. Mink Car

14. Wicked Little Critta

15. Finished With Lies

16. She Thinks She's Edith Head

17. Working Undercover For The Man

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Track List: Severe Tire Damage

1. Doctor Worm

2. Severe Tire Damage Theme

3. They Got Lost

4. Why Does The Sun Shine? (The Sun Is A Mass Of Incandescent Gas) (Live)

5. Birdhouse In Your Soul

7. XTC Vs. Adam Ant

9. Ana Ng

11. Spider

12. Particle Man

13. She's Actual Size

14. S-E-X-X-Y

15. Meet James Ensor

16. Till My Head Falls Off

17. About Me

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Track List: Factory Showroom

1. S-E-X-X-Y

2. Till My Head Falls Off

3. How Can I Sing Like A Girl?

4. Exquisite Dead Guy

5. Metal Detector

6. New York City

7. Your Own Worst Enemy

8. XTC Vs. Adam Ant

9. Spiraling Shape

10. James K. Polk

11. Pet Name

12. I Can Hear You

13. The Bells Are Ringing

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Track List: John Henry

1. Subliminal

2. Snail Shell

3. Sleeping In The Flowers

4. Unrelated Thing

5. AKA Driver

6. I Should Be Allowed To Think

7. Extra Savoir-Faire

8. Why Must I Be Sad?

9. Spy

10. O, Do Not Forsake Me

11. No One Knows My Plan

12. Dirt Bike

13. Destination Moon

14. A Self Called Nowhere

15. Meet James Ensor

16. Thermostat

17. Window

18. Out Of Jail

19. Stomp Box

20. The End Of The Tour

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Track List: Why Does The Sun Shine?

1. Why Does The Sun Shine? (The Sun Is A Mass Of Incandescent Gas)

2. Jessica

3. Whirlpool

4. Spy

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Track List: Flood

1. Theme From Flood

2. Birdhouse In Your Soul

3. Lucky Ball & Chain

4. Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

5. Dead

6. Your Racist Friend

7. Particle Man

8. Twisting

9. We Want A Rock

10. Someone Keeps Moving My Chair

11. Hearing Aid

12. Minimum Wage

13. Letterbox

14. Whistling In The Dark

15. Hot Cha

16. Women & Men

17. Sapphire Bullets Of Pure Love

18. They Might Be Giants

19. Road Movie To Berlin

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Track List: Lincoln

1. Ana Ng

2. Cowtown

3. Lie Still, Little Bottle

4. Purple Toupee

5. Cage And Aquarium

6. Where Your Eyes Don't Go

7. Piece Of Dirt

8. Mr. Me

9. Pencil Rain

10. The World's Address

11. I've Got A Match

12. Santa's Beard

13. You'll Miss Me

14. They'll Need A Crane

15. Shoehorn With Teeth

16. Stand On Your Own Head

17. Snowball In Hell

18. Kiss Me, Sun Of God

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Track List: The Might Be Giants

1. Everything Right Is Wrong Again

2. Put Your Hand Inside The Puppet Head

3. Number Three

4. Don't Let's Start

5. Hide Away Folk Family

6. 32 Footsteps

7. Toddler Hiway

8. Rabid Child

9. Nothing's Gonna Change My Clothes

10. (She Was A) Hotel Detective

11. She's An Angel

12. Youth Culture Killed My Dog

13. Boat Of Car

14. Absolutely Bill's Mood

15. Chess Piece Face

16. I Hope That I Get Old Before I Die

17. Alienation's For The Rich

18. The Day

19. Rhythm Section Want Ad

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Track List: Album Raises New And Troubling Questions

1. O We

2. Authenticity Trip

3. You Probably Get That A Lot (Elegant Too Remix)

4. Marty Beller Mask

5. Now I Know

6. How Now Dark Cloud?

7. The Fellowship Of Hell

8. Mountain Flowers

9. Doom Doom

10. Money For Dope

11. Read A Book

12. Havalina

13. Tubthumping

14. Electronic Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

15. Cloissonne (Live Studio Version)

16. 200 Sbemails (For Homestar Runner)

17. Boat Of Car

18. Mr. Me

19. Dirt Bike

20. Particle Man

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Track List: Answer (Single)

1. Answer

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Track List: Apollo 18

1. Dig My Grave

2. I Palindrome I

3. She's Actual Size

4. My Evil Twin

5. Mammal

6. Statue Got Me High

7. Spider

8. The Guitar

9. Dinner Bell

10. Narrow Your Eyes

11. Hall Of Heads

12. Which Describes How You're Feeling

13. See The Constellation

14. If I Wasn't Shy

15. Turn Around

16. Hypnotist Of Ladies

17. Fingertips 1 - Everything Is Catching On Fire

18. Fingertips 2 - Fingertips

19. Fingertips 3 - I Hear The Wind

20. Fingertips 4 - Hey Now Everybody

21. Fingertips 5 - Who's That Standing

22. Fingertips 6 - I Found A New Friend

23. Fingertips 7 - Come On Wreck The Car

24. Fingertips 8 - Aren't You The Guy

25. Fingertips 9 - Please Pass The Milk

26. Fingertips 10 - Leave Me Alone

27. Fingertips 11 - Who's Knocking

28. Fingertips 12 - All Alone

29. Fingertips 13 - What's That Blue

30. Fingertips 14 - Somethin' Grabbed

31. Fingertips 15 - I Cannot Understand U

32. Fingertips 16 - I Heard A Sound

33. Fingertips 17 - Mysterious

34. Fingertips 18 - The Day

35. Fingertips 19 - Heart Attack

36. Fingertips 20 - Fingertips II

37. Fingertips 21 - I Walk Alone

38. Space Suit

x

Track List: Long Tall Weekend

1. Drinkin'

2. (She Thinks She's) Edith Head

3. Maybe I Know

4. Rat Patrol

5. Token Back To Brooklyn

6. Older

7. Operators Are Standing By

8. Dark And Metric

9. Reprehensible

10. Certain People I Could Name

11. Counterfeit Faker

12. They Got Lost

13. Lullaby To Nightmares

14. On Earth My Nina

15. The Edison Museum

x

Track List: The Spine Surfs Alone

1. The Spine Surfs Alone

2. Now Is Strange

3. I'm All That You Can Think Of

4. Fun Assassin

5. Skullivan

6. The Other Side Of The World

7. Canada Haunts Me

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Track List: Working Undercover For The Man

1. Rest Awhile

2. Working Undercover For The Man

3. I Am A Human Head

4. Empty Bottle Collector

5. On The Drag

6. Radio They Might Be Giants #1

7. Radio They Might Be Giants #2

8. Radio They Might Be Giants #3

9. Robot Parade (Adult Version)

Comments

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Great band! Have always liked them & now my 3 yr old is obsessed with E Eats Everything, and my 5 yr old loves Mesopotamian s , they obviously have awesome taste!
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"Everyone is crying at the dread hypnotic flying of the bee of the bird of the moth" SO DAMN GOOD
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O S**t CockMan This Song Sucks C**k Man
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Go Oakland A's yo
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Perfect! is that a trumpet!???
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Never knew you were just two people impressive
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What kind name is that
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clintshea
Theres only one thing i like and that is whistling in the dark. Love these guys and now with a toddler i was watching Mikey mouse clubhouse and they do all the songs on there. Full Circle enjoyment of a great band.
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*salutes the person who salutes person man*
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These guys are epic!
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gracekruse2
Similar Artists? Good luck with that.
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Great group!!!! Great concept!!!!
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bpacheco860
I fell in love with John Henry the first time I heard it, which then led me to the rest of their music. The only thing better than listening to TMBG is seeing them live... the People vs. Apes chants are always fun, as are the more recent Avatars of They tangents! (YouTube that awesomeness! )
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Great parody idea, "there is nick cage! *whip crack* "
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I definitely fly my freak flag.......
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barb.kohlman
The people dressed in the owl heads their creeps
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Love this
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These cats ROCK........ . .
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Awesome Band
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gracekruse2
Cult following?.. . . Seems about right
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gracekruse2
Best band ever!
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Go giants
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scotoe4
Minimum Wage!!!! Heeeeeyaw! *cracks whip*
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we do the doo doo doo
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I love the beat!!
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waynesnider1
History lessons and music...wher e s my college credit?
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awesome band
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I am also following an angel
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What ever happened to chess piece face?
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Idk why this song makes me happy... But it does.
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My only fav song from this band is instanbul
Lol
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I freaking love this band
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Soundtrack of my childhood. I love all their songs (especially the kids ones)
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zblurt I did not work I did it explane if you see
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love him and doctor worm
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*salutes person man*
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taevinscatli f f e
It was awesome that I first heard this song the day we learned about the Ottoman Turks sacking Constantinop l e in history that day.
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I like all the songs but this one I worry about.
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Not to mention Malcolm in the middle
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@0 Thanks, that makes a little more sense than the actual song :3
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I was first introduced to this band when I was 7 and I heard "the blood mobile" I fell in love with their music and discovered a lot more! Last year I actually saw them in concert! TMBG you will always be my favorite band!
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We want a rock is obviously about wanting both childhood and adulthood.
A rock to wind a string around is a yoyo: childhood innocence.
Prosthetic foreheads means knowledge: adulthood.
People want to burn the playhouse down: stop childhood innocence. But deep down everybody wants to be a child again but everybody wants to grow up too
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everybody wants prosthetic foreheads on their real heads... What is there to be confused about?
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"We Want A Rock" always confuses me with the lyrics...
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sagon hamurabi ashabanapal and gilgamesh
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About they might be giants

Combining a knack for infectious melodies with a quirky, bizarre sense of humor and a vaguely avant-garde aesthetic borrowed from the New York post-punk underground, They Might Be Giants became one of the most unlikely alternative success stories of the late '80s and early '90s. Musically, John Flansburgh and John Linnell borrowed from everywhere, but their freewheeling eclecticism was enhanced by their arcane, geeky sense of humor.
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Follow me? I follow back
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John Henry
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Yep... I'm hooked.. I love this..
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Istanbul was Constantinop l e now it's Istanbul not Constantinop l e
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