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An album by They Might Be Giants

TMBG has always been a great reason for math and computer science majors to add a real rock album to their collection of John Williams and Weird Al records--andFloodis a bacchanalian celebration of dorkiness. Lifting off from their previous album,Lincoln, … see full wiki

2 reviews about Flood
review by . November 19, 2003
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They Might Be Giants are one of the most unappreciated and bizarre bands around. Their music doesn't fit into any genre. They have a dementia flavor, mixed in with a little bit of comedy, and a pinch of rock 'n roll and pop. I was first introduced to the band several years ago working on a children's radio show. One of their songs on this album "Particle Man" was on the WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO? cd and received many requests and a lot of airplay. Since then, I've grown more fond of …
review by . September 16, 2000
Pros: Humorous, upbeat music      Cons: Not recommended for those looking just for MUSICAL excellence.      Well, this one was a gift, literally and figuratively! Filled with humor, (some of it rather twisted humor!) this album still managed to make interesting points. One song is devoted entirely to why he "feels like a hypocrite talking to you, and your racist friend!" Another tells how a the girl left, "She's set your goldfish free, and …
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Label: Elektra, Wea
Release Date: January 5, 1990

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