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Indestructible Object [EP]
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Album: Indestructible Object [EP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Am I Awake?
2)    Memo to Human Resources
3)    Au Contraire
4)    Ant
5)    Caroline, No
 
Album: Indestructible Object [EP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Am I Awake?
2)    Memo to Human Resources
3)    Au Contraire
4)    Ant
5)    Caroline, No
 
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  • They Might Be Giants: John Linnell, John Flansburgh.
  • Additional personnel: Dan Miller (guitar); Doug Wieselman (flute); Mark "Loveman" Pender (trumpet); Dan "The Machine" Levine (trombone); Marty Beller (drums, loops); Dan Hickey (drums).
  • Recorded at Skyline Studios and Kampo Studios, New York, New York; Collyer Bros., Hello Studio and at the Coney Island Museum, Brooklyn, New York.
  • Personnel: Dan Miller (guitar); Doug Wieselman (flute); Marcus Rojas (tuba); Marty Beller, Dan Hickey (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Patrick Dillett.
  • Recording information: Collyer Bros; Coney Island Museum, Brooklyn, NY; Hello Studio, Brooklyn, NY; Kampo Studios, Manhattan; Skyline Studios.
  • Those acquainted with They Might Be Giants' witty brand of quirky pop are already familiar with the band's penchant for literate, surreal wordplay and irresistible melodic hooks. For these fans, INDESTRUCTIBLE OBJECT (named after a Man Ray sculpture) reconfirms high opinions, and, for the uninitiated, this five-song EP offers a winnowed-down sampler of the duo's charms (though the full-length FLOOD and the DIAL-A-SONG anthology are excellent places to start).
  • The opener, "Am I Awake?," is the strongest track--a lyrically subtle tune that paints a picture of existential disorientation over a Pet Shop Boys-esque electro-pulse. In addition to a spare cover of the Beach Boys' "Caroline, No," "Ant" is a fun allegory about deferred dreams that builds to a raucous conclusion, and "Memo to Human Resources," a tale about a potential suicide, demonstrates John Flansburgh and John Linnell's facility with point-of-view song narratives. As a concise between-album offering, INDESTRUCTIBLE OBJECT finds the Johns staying true to their legacy of making smart, sing-along music.
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