They Might Be Giants - The Cap'm (Live In Studio) album flac
Title: The Cap'm (Live In Studio)
Style: Alternative Rock
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The Else is the twelfth studio album by rock group They Might Be Giants, released by Idlewild Records in 2007. The album was produced in part by The Dust Brothers, along with Pat Dillett and the band. The CD version was released in stores on July 10, 2007, with initial runs accompanied by a full-length bonus disc of rare material, Cast Your Pod To The Wind
For the compilation album, see Dial-A-Song: 20 Years of They Might Be Giants. At one point, Linnell broke his wrist in a biking accident, and Flansburgh's apartment was burgled, stopping them from performing for a time. During this hiatus, they began recording their songs onto an answering machine, and then advertising the phone number in local newspapers such as The Village Voice, using the moniker "Dial-A-Song". In 1998, they released a mostly-live album Severe Tire Damage from which came the single "Doctor Worm", a studio recording. Around this same time period, Danny Weinkauf (bass) and Dan Miller (guitar) were recruited for their recording and touring band. Both had previously been members of the bands Lincoln and Candy Butchers (Previous opening acts for TMBG).
They Might Be Giants. Produced by Dust Brothers. Do you think there's somebody out there Someone else who's better than the one you've got? Well' there's not - there's not When I talk you keep looking away from me Cause you probably think that I'm high on pot But I'm not - I'm not. Look me over, I'm the cap'm You say it's such a joke but I don't see you laughing. Look me over, I'm the cap'm Go ahead and mess with me - you find out what will hap'm. Sit beside me at the helm Yeah, this is what I call the helm And this button here is the fast-forward button Did you say What I think you just said? My hat look good on me? I agree - I agree. Look me over, I'm the cap'm You act like it's a joke but I don't see you laughing. People seem to think you can't be called the cap'm unless you drive a boat Well, I don't - I don't I don't I don't I don't.
album: "They Might Be Giants (The Pink Album)" (1986). live album: "Severe Tire Damage" (1998). A few years back we released a set of pre-production recordings that would become the John Henry album. Created with long time collaborator Patrick Dillett and our evolving live band, many of the tracks have previously been passed around the internet, often in compromised fidelity. Upon giving the material a closer listen, it only seemed fair that this bit of history got a better airing. These tracks in full high-fidelity not only sound remarkably fresh, they provide an interesting look into the process of the album’s creation. Get the instant download here
Apollo 18 is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants. It was released in 1992 through Elektra Records and was named after the cancelled Apollo 18 mission that was scheduled to have followed Apollo 17. The album was also associated with International Space Year, for which They Might Be Giants were declared the official "musical ambassadors" by NASA. The album marked the first conscious effort by John Linnell and John Flansburgh to branch out of their early sound, opting for more traditional rock rhythms and fuller arrangements
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 decided to sign with Elektra Records in 1990, releasing Flood later that year
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