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  • Vokinos says:
    They Might Be Giants (sometimes abbreviated as TMBG) is an American alternative band formed in by John Flansburgh and John Linnell. During TMBG's early years Flansburgh and Linnell were frequently accompanied by a drum machine. In the early s, TMBG expanded to .
  • Tagar says:
    Recording. They Might Be Giants was the second album to be released on the fledgling Bar/None label, with They Might Be Giants as the second group signed to the independent label. Many of the songs on the album existed in a demo form on the band's demo tape, which was also technically self-titled, though many were re-recorded or given new mixes for the commercial album.
  • Daizil says:
    Brooklyn's original indie rock act, They Might Be Giants, with their classic John Henry available on vinyl for the first time ever! The 5th studio album from TMBG that documented the quirky rock kings transition from a duo to a full blown band/5(42).
  • Majind says:
    Hide away folk family Or else someone's gonna get ya (Someone's gonna get ya) Someone's gonna get ya Hide away folk family Better hide away Better hide away Tippy-toe to the front door, Mother, 'Cause there's a guy with a long, long fuse And the one thing you can't hide is all the fear you feel inside As the fuse is spelling out these words Hide away folk family Or else someone's gonna get ya.
  • Mazunris says:
    TMBG are pretty close, but, being American, they don't have the peculiarly English sense of humor that the Kinks had. Still, not many bands can sing a straightforward song about James K. Polk and make it both entirely sensible and laugh out loud funny. They Might Be Giants can, though/5(51).
  • Kalkis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of They Might Be Giants on Discogs. Label: Bar/None Records - A-HAON • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock/5(7).
  • Kagajind says:
    So, one of the Johns noticed that the name of the toy, Hideaway Folk Family, sounds like an ominous admonition, "hide away, folk family!" and they parleyed that idea into a song. Any young adult of the s would know the Hideaway Folk Family toy and would get the joke. The rest of the lyrics are just complimentary to the central turn of the.
  • Dout says:
    Nov 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pink, Opaque Vinyl release of They Might Be Giants on Discogs/5(14).
  • Gamuro says:
    They Might Be Giants, an Album by They Might Be Giants. Released 4 November on Bar/None (catalog no. A-HAON ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Indie Pop, Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: They Might Be Giants (performer, programming), Bill Krauss (producer, engineer), Alex Noyes (engineer), Al Houghton (engineer), Rodney Alan Greenblat (cover art).

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