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I'm a fairly new TMBG fan, but I love everything about the band. Their songs put a smile on my face, and there's nothing better than that!
Apparently, I bought my first TMBG mp3 on March 15, 2007. I'd read John Linnell's iTunes playlist, and immediately realized I had to get with the program and start listening to this guy's music! (Of course, I love Flansy, too. :-) )
They played at the 9:30 club in DC once, one of the only places they ever come near here... And I thought, 'Well, I'm not that big of a fan,' and forgot all about it.
Then I re-listened to The Else's Bonus CD. Realized I am a big fan. And I nearly died of regret.
Now I've set myself straight, fandom-wise, and have accepted my TMBG obsession. Yay!
I own a ton of EPs, 'Flood,' 'The Else'(with bonus CD), 'Lincoln,' 'Apollo 18,' 'The Spine,' and 'Factory Showroom.'
Favorite things about TMBG
-The name John "Doodles" Linnell
-The (She Was A) Hotel Detective In The Future Commentary ("No, no, I... I am a girl. I'm a girl.")
-John F.'s high pitched, Bowie-esque "Oh! Radio!" on 'Greasy Kid Stuff'
-"Don't Let's Start' music video. Gangly, swoon-worthy, hyper Linny!
-"Doctor Worm" music video. Gangly, swoon-worthy, sad Linny!
-John F.'s story about trying to greet a fan in the inner city.
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