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Albums / Songs[edit | edit source]
- See Albums Available For Download On iTunes for a list of all albums featuring TMBG, that you can download via iTunes.
- See Songs On iTunes for a list of all TMBG songs that you can download via iTunes.
Apps[edit | edit source]
Playlists[edit | edit source]
TMBG Playlists[edit | edit source]
- They Might Be Giants iTunes Essentials
- Songs I Tried To Resist - John Linnell's personal playlist, which is available from iTunes.
- They Might Be Giants (For Kids)
Misc. Playlists[edit | edit source]
- '80s College Rock - Ana Ng
- '80s Video Hits 2 - Birdhouse In Your Soul
- Bon Voyage - Istanbul (Not Constantinople) (Under "Next Steps" section).
- Boston - Au Contraire
- Children's Christmas - Santa's Beard
- Children's Lullabies - Lazyhead And Sleepybones
- Children's Music - Doctor Worm, Seven Days Of The Week (I Never Go To Work)
- Hanukkah - Feast Of Lights
- Happy Songs - Experimental Film
- Kids Dance Party - Clap Your Hands
- Learn A Song - Where Do They Make Balloons?
- Kids Let's Learn - Alphabet Lost And Found, The Vowel Family, Alphabet Of Nations, Letter Shapes, Who Put The Alphabet In Alphabetical Order?, LMNO, and Why Does The Sun Shine? (The Sun Is A Gas Of Incandescent Gas)
- Kids Zoo Songs - Pictures Of Pandas Painting
- Kids Summer - Why Does The Sun Shine?
- Rupert Grint's playlist - I Am Not Your Broom, which the Harry Potter actor describes as a "cool track".
- Spy Songs - Spy
Audiobooks[edit | edit source]
Radio Appearances[edit | edit source]
- They Might Be Giants band member John Linnell and John Flansburgh on this edition of Fresh Air. The wacky musical duo has just published a children's book (with companion CD) entitled Bed, Bed, Bed. Linnell and Flansburgh have known each other since childhood, and they started They Might Be Giants in Brooklyn, New York, where they still have a phone machine called Dial-A-Song. You can call up every day and hear a new original tune. TMBG has released numerous albums, including Bar None, Factory Showroom,, and a children's record entitled No! Their best-of CD is entitled Dial-a-Song: 20 Years of They Might Be Giants. The band is currently on tour. (Broadcast Date: November 26, 2003)