Free Download: They Might Be Giants Play Their Entire First Album Live


They Might Be Giants released their epony­mous debut album in Novem­ber, 1986 and it imme­di­ate­ly attract­ed the atten­tion of Vil­lage Voice music crit­ic, Robert Christ­gau, who, in giv­ing the album an “A,” said “the hits just keep on com­ing in an exu­ber­ant­ly annoy­ing show of cre­ative super­abun­dance”. Almost thir­ty years lat­er, the band per­formed the sem­i­nal first album live in its entire­ty dur­ing its 2013 world tour. And now, as a spe­cial gift to fans old and new, they’re mak­ing avail­able a record­ing of those per­for­mances for free. It runs 47 min­utes. To get the record­ing, click the “Free Album Down­load” but­ton below, and fol­low the instruc­tions. Or click here.

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