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Here Come The 123s

Here Come The 123sArtist: They Might Be Giants
Label: Disney Sound
Category: Music

List Price: $18.98
Buy New: $8.96
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You Save: $10.02 (53%)

New (37) Used (23) from $4.98

Seller: jbff international inc
Sales Rank: 1,195

Format: CD+DVD
Language: English (Unknown)
Media: Audio CD
Discs: 2
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.3
Dimensions (in): 5 x 5.8 x 0.5

MPN: TAF10241
UPC: 050087111274
EAN: 0050087107840
ASIN: B000VDDCLK

Publication Date: February 12, 2008
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days

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Tracks:

  Disc 1
  • Here Come the 123s
  • Zeroes
  • One Everything
  • Number Two
  • Triops Has Three Eyes
  • Apartment Four
  • High Five!
  • The Secret Life of Six
  • Seven
  • Seven Days of the Week (I Never Go To Work)
  • Figure Eight
  • Pirate Girls Nine
  • Nine Bowls of Soup
  • Ten Mississippi
  • One Dozen Monkeys
  • Eight Hundred and Thirteen Mile Car Trip
  • I Can Add
  • Nonagon
  • Even Numbers
  • Ooh La! Ooh La!
  • Heart of the Band
  • Hot Dog!
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme
  • Outro/Here Come the 123s

  Disc 2
  • Here Come the 123s [video content]
  • Zeroes [video content]
  • One Everything [video content]
  • Number Two [video content]
  • Triops Has Three Eyes [video content]
  • Apartment Four [video content]
  • High Five! [video content]
  • The Secret Life of Six [video content]
  • Seven [video content]
  • Seven Days of the Week (I Never Go To Work) [video content]
  • Figure Eight [video content]
  • Pirate Girls Nine [video content]
  • Nine Bowls of Soup [video content]
  • Ten Mississippi [video content]
  • One Dozen Monkeys [video content]
  • Eight Hundred and Thirteen Mile Car Trip [video content]
  • I Can Add [video content]
  • Nonagon [video content]
  • Even Numbers [video content]
  • Ooh La! Ooh La! [video content]
  • Heart of the Band [video content]
  • Hot Dog! [video content]
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme [video content]
  • Outro/Here Come the 123s [video content]

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Product Description
Limited two disc (CD/DVD) edition of the duo's 2008 children's album, the follow-up to their Here Come The ABCs kids release from 2005. Combining a knack for infectious melodies with a quirky, bizarre sense of humor and a vaguely avant-garde aesthetic borrowed from the New York post-punk underground, They Might Be Giants became one of the most unlikely alternative success stories of the late '80s and early '90s. Musically, the duo of John Flansburgh and John Linnell borrowed from everywhere, but their freewheeling eclecticism was enhanced by their arcane, geeky sense of humor. UMGD/Disney. 2008.

Amazon.com
They Might Be Giants are like the handful of best-selling authors who also happen to be doctors or astrophysicists: They do two things so well--in their case kids' music and grown-up music--that it seems a little unfair, like the talent scale has been tipped too hard in their favor. Like Here Come the 123s, the follow-up to 2005's Here Come the ABCs, and TMBG's third kids' record. Here the Johns--Linnell and Flansburgh--are up to their usual smart shenanigans: In "Seven," a bunch of skinny numerals crash a stranger’s living room before settling in for some cake, and in "Nine Bowls of Soup" an ichthyosaur is so enamored of soup he works out a way to balance a multitude of bowls on his scaly body. The brilliance isn’t limited to the lyrics. The Johns know a thing or 1-2-3 about crafting seriously jammable music. Highights include “High Five,” a flippy, freewheeling dab of disco, and “One Everything,” a juiced-up, jangly rocker with a message for listeners ages 3 to 93: an untidy room actually is an insult to the omniverse. --Tammy La Gorce


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