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From They Might Be Giants first album, often called "The Pink Album".
Flood is the third studio album by Brooklyn-based alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants, released in January 1990. Flood was the duo's first album on the major label Elektra Records. It generated three singles: "Birdhouse in Your Soul", "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)", and the domestic promotional track "Twisting". The album is generally considered to be the band's definitive release, as it is their best-selling and most recognizable album.
They Might Be Giants, sometimes called The Pink Album, is the debut studio album from Brooklyn-based band They Might Be Giants. It was released by Bar/None in 1986. The album generated two singles, "Don't Let's Start" and "(She Was A) Hotel Detective". It is included on Then: The Earlier Years, a compilation of the band's early material, in its entirety, with the exception of "Don't Let's Start", which is replaced with the single mix for the compilation.
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The reason for the emergence of a live album came about when TMBG played a successful radio session for the Spin Radio Network, where the duo was joined by its touring band as well as horn players and a rhythm section. To prove that they haven't lost their quirky edge, the album ends with seven unlisted tracks that were written on the spot, in front of their audience.
Album Name They Might Be Giants. Data de lançamento 04 Novembro 1986. Labels Rough Trade Records Restless Records Bar-None Records. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum1. 1. Everything Right Is Wrong Again. 2. Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head. 12. Youth Culture Killed My Dog. 02:51. 13. Boat of Car. 01:15. 14. Absolutely Bill's Mood. 15. Chess Piece Face.
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They Might Be Giants had cut their teeth in New York’s early-’80s No Wave scene, playing the overly exuberant kid brother to serious acts like Sonic Youth and Swans. Armed with samplers, puppets, and yardstick-tall hats, they earned a reputation as thrillingly bizarro showmen. But with modern ears, we can hear something in They Might Be Giants’ music more profound and specific than what Roget might call eccentric, madcap, or zany. Instead of the now-familiar drum pattern with the snare on every beat, Linnell switched to a straightforward rock groove with a snare drum on the second and fourth beats of every measure.
They Might Be Giants and Lincoln certainly sounded like nothing else before or since. It was clear that their progenitors were wise-ass geeks- but it was just as clear that they were pop-sensible wise-ass geeks. Hooks were always present, even as the duo of Johns began to ditch the MIDI for the more analog sound of an actual band. The humble geeks, who at the time of their last album enjoyed a substantial cult following of middle-aged computer programmers and younger "Tiny Toon Adventures" fanatics, have started receiving recognition on a scale never before imagined, penning music for "Malcolm in the Middle" and Austin Powers 2. These nerds have gone popular.
|1-2||–Sonic Youth||Tunic (Song For Karen)|
|2-2||–Sonic Youth||Sugar Kane|
|2-3||–Sonic Youth||Bull In The Heather|
|3-1||–They Might Be Giants||Out Of Jail|
|3-2||–They Might Be Giants||Birdhouse In Your Soul|
|3-3||–They Might Be Giants||Don’t Let’s Start|
|4-1||–They Might Be Giants||Snail Shell|
|4-2||–They Might Be Giants||The Guitar|
|4-3||–They Might Be Giants||Istanbul (Not Constantinople)|
|4-4||–They Might Be Giants||Particle Man|
|4-5||–They Might Be Giants||Meet James Ensor|
|4-6||–They Might Be Giants||The End Of The Tour|
|5||–Various||"This Week" Promo||0:30|
|7||–Various||"Later Today" Promo||0:30|
NotesShow #94-40 for broadcast the week of September 26, 1994, comes with a cue sheet
Performer: Sonic Youth
Title: On The Edge
Date of release: 1994
Style: Alternative Rock
Size MP3: 1541 mb
Size FLAC: 1318 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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