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They Might Be Giants comp in the works

Posted April 9, 2014, 5:19 p.m. in Records by Loren
They Might Be Giants comp in the works

They Might Be Giants - Idlewild

On May 27, They Might Be Giants will release a 10-year compilation of their material titled Idlewild. The record will contain 17 songs and be neither a "best of" nor rarities, rather a compilation that best captures their work from the past ten years.


The band has released 16 studio albums in thirty years, including last year's Nanobots.

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