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From They Might Be Giants' new album Album Raises New and Troubling Questions. Get it at iTunes (http://bit.ly/album-raises-itunes) or Amazon (http://amzn.to/album-raises-amazon). Also available as FLAC, CD by special order and a special mp3 edition (same price as iTunes download but with five bonus videos and a bonus PDF) at http://merchdirect.com/theymightbegiants
Idlewild Recordings next release arrives Nov. 1! They Might Be Giants' Album Raises New and Troubling Questions. A brand new rarities, remix and video compilation includes 20 brand new songs! Digital release is direct from www.tmbg.com, iTunes & Amazon. Special limited run of vinyl and CDs for orders by Nov. 15.
In the many months making and then promoting Join Us They Might Be Giants created many recordings. Contained on this brand new full length album of rarities are many previously unheard tracks along with the live version of Cloisonné heard on the official video of the song, a fantastic remix of You Probably Get That A Lot from the Elegant Too, plus the band's now legendary appearance on The Onion AV Club's Undercover series performing Tubthumping with the AV Club Choir. Rollicking new music from TMBGs Other Thing Brass Band sessions fill out the set, making ALBUM RAISES NEW AND TROUBLING QUESTIONS a must have for all TMBG music-lovers.
Complete track listing: O We, Authenticity Trip, You Probably Get That A Lot (Elegant Too remix), Now I Know, Doom Doom, Tubthumping (feat. the Onion AV Club Choir), Electronic Istanbul (Not Constantinople), Cloisonné (live), Marty Beller Mask, How Now Dark Cloud?, Money for Dope,The Fellowship of Hell, Read A Book, Mountain Flowers, Havalina, 200 Sbemails, and featuring TMBGs Other Thing Brass Band: Boat of Car, Mr. Me, Dirt Bike, Particle Man
VIDEO BONUS! You Probably Get That A Lot, two versions of Can't Keep Johnny Down, Spoiler Alert, Cloisonné
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