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Severe Tire Damage [They Might Be Giants]
They Might Be Giants
1. Doctor Worm
2. Severe Tire Damage - (TRUE instrumental)
3. They Got Lost - (previously unreleased)
4. Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun Is a Mass of Incandescent Gas)
5. Birdhouse in Your Soul
6. She's an Angel
7. XTC Vs. Adam Ant
8. Istanbul (Not Constantinople)
9. Ana Ng
10. First Kiss - (previously unreleased)
12. Particle Man
13. She's Actual Size
15. Meet James Ensor
16. Till My Head Falls Off
17. About Me
18. Planet of the Apes - (hidden track)
19. Return to the Planet of the Apes - (hidden track)
20. Conquest of the Planet of the Apes - (hidden track)
21. Escape from the Planet of the Apes - (hidden track)
22. Battle for the Planet of the Apes - (hidden track)
23. Beneath the Planet of the Apes - (hidden track)
24. This Ape's for You - (hidden track)
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 431096
They Might Be Giants: John Flansburg (guitar, vocals); John Linnell (keyboards, accordion, baritone saxophone, vocals).
Additional personnel: Eric Schermerhorn (guitar); Kurt Hoffman (tenor saxophone); Jim O'Connor, Frank London, Mark Pender (trumpet); Dan Levine, Randy Andos (trombone); Diana Harold (vibraphone); Hal Cragin, Graham Maby, Tony Maimone, Erik Sanko (bass); Dan Hickey, Brian Doherty, Zak Alford (drums); Mauro Refosco (percussion).
Producers include: Pat Dillett, Tom Durack, They Might Be Giants.
Engineers: Kevin Cole, Brent Sigmeth, Matt Gold, David Robbins.
They Might Be Giants: John Flansburgh (vocals, guitar); John Linnell (vocals, accordion, baritone saxophone).
Additional personnel: Eric Schermerhorn (guitar); Kurt Hoffman (tenor saxophone); Frank London, Mark Pender, Jim O'Connor (trumpet); Randy Andos (trombone, tuba); Dan Levine (trombone); Diana Harold (vibraphone); Erik Sanko, Graham Maby, Hal Cragin, Tony Maimone (bass guitar); Zak Alford, Dan Hickey, Brian Doherty (drums).
Since their inception in 1986, They Might Be Giants have been on a mission: to eradicate the self-important, angst-filled, navel-gazing aspects of rock music, and to remind us not to take things quite so seriously. The band pioneered a particular brand of nutty humor fleshed out with quirky, catchy pop-rock that has inspired a whole generation of musicians to write songs that don't necessarily mean anything, and to perform them with a breezy, it's-just-music attitude. Who can resist a song called "Doctor Worm," (one of the few new studio recordings on this mostly live album of mostly old favorites), which asserts "I'm interested in things/I'm not a real doctor, but I am a real worm/I am an actual worm/I live like a worm/I like to play the drums."
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