It's past due for the 25th anniversary of Flood, but here's a cover of They Might Be Giant's Your Racist Friend done roughly in the style of Tori Amos. [more inside]
My little old-timey number for the TMBG Flood covers project. [more inside]
I decided I wanted to play too! Please enjoy my ridiculous amateurism. [more inside]
A really spare last-minute acoustic cover of the TMBG song. [more inside]
Here is my take on TMBG for the Metafilter Flood Album! More novelty than novelty, that's my motto (apparently). This is not at all what I had in mind for this somehow. [more inside]
Even -- or especially -- in the darkest hours of the night or the wee hours of the morning, there is still a Birdhouse in Your Soul. For the Flood project, here is a cover by chara and me. [more inside]
Why is the world about to fall in love all over again? Why will we be marching hand in hand? Why are the ocean levels still rising up? It's a brand new record for 2015: MetaFilter's cover of They Might Be Giants' classic album, Flood!
It's They Might Be Giant's Hot Cha for the MetaFilter Flood cover album. And, yes, it goes a bit strange at times.
My cover of this song for the MeFi TMBG Flood Cover Project Thingy. [more inside]
My cover of They Might Be Giants' Hearing Aid for the MetaFilter Flood tribute project. [more inside]
Here is my cover of Whistling in the Dark for the Mefi Music tribute to the They Might Be Giants' album Flood, for the album's 25th anniversary. [more inside]
Cover of Twisting by They Might Be Giants, for the MetaFilter Music Flood 25th anniversary tribute album. [more inside]
A cover of the TMBG song for the upcoming Flood 25-year anniversary tribute.
A stripped-down version (accordion and vocals) of the They Might Be Giants obscurity, for the Flood project. [more inside]
An extremely hasty rough draft of a They Might Be Giants cover.
Spidey sense tingled. Dashed this off.
This is an acoustic cover of the wonderful TMBG song Ana Ng, done on a four track recorder many years ago. Though I did once see "I don't want the world, I just want your half" painted on a bridge (it was really surprising and cool to discover), we substituted "Homies '88" in its place because we had recently seen that on a bridge and thought it a bit absurd that someone took the time and effort to paint such a doofy message.
This is an acoustic cover of the very excellent They Might Be Giants song Welcome to the Jungle. As a gag, the beginning instrumental bit copies the Guns N' Roses song Welcome to the Jungle. Though my old "band" did this, just about every instrument on this track (including the backup vocals) was done by one bandmember.