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8 thoughts on “ No One Knows My Plan - They Might Be Giants - John Henry (CD, Album) ”

  1. Samular says:
    "John Henry They Might Be Giants' Fifth Album" Recorded at Bearsville Sound Studios & Skyline Studios NYC Mixed at CanAm Recorders Now it's free to join They Might Be Giants' Information Club. To receive newsletters, tour dates and mail-order catalog, write TMBG Information Club PO Box H, Williamsburgh Station,/5(50).
  2. Zulkirg says:
    Like its NOT the songs but the over polishing of the performances, a TOUCH of sterility has entered the studio. An amazing album though, and IMO, sadly, the end of the "real" they might be giants. I never, and I've tried the very next album several times trying HARD to like it; /5(2).
  3. Zuzil says:
    John Henry TMBG Take On A Full Band! As They Might Be Giants expanded from live performance with a tape recorder to a full backing band, taking their new, fuller sound into the studio was a natural move, and John Henry, their first full length album with live musicians, documents this moment in TMBG’s evolution.
  4. Tumi says:
    May 22,  · – They Might Be Giants: No One Knows My Plan: – They Might Be Giants: Dirt Bike: – They Might Be Giants: Destination Moon: – They Might Be Giants: A Self Called Nowhere: – They Might Be Giants: Meet James Ensor: – They Might Be Giants: Thermostat: – They Might Be Giants: Window: – They Might Be /5().
  5. Taugrel says:
    Just in case you thought that the only thing they were capable of was smart-aleck herky-jerk novelty tunes, on John Henry John Flansburgh and John Linnell put together an honest-to-goodness rock band and show that they know how to use it. And the result is one of the more satisfying They Might Be Giants projects, a crunchy yet sweet assortment of the usual bemusement ("Unrelated Thing 6/
  6. Yonris says:
    Disliking John Henry doesn't mean someone isn't a TMBG supporter; it's the fans who feel that John Linnell and John Flansburgh haven't done anything worthwhile since that I find puzzling. All great artists change and try new things. Heck, it's been a staple of They Might Be Giants since they /5(43).
  7. Fenrizshura says:
    John Henry is the fifth studio album by American alternative rock group They Might Be Giants. It was released in It is the first album by They Might Be Giants to include a full band arrangement, rather than synthesized and programmed backing tracks.
  8. Taubei says:
    No One Knows My Plan Lyrics. Here’s what they said about this album: Flansburgh: John Henry was kind of the beginning of the end for us with Elektra. The thing about those situations is.

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