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Download links and information about Lincoln by They Might Be Giants. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 39:32 minutes.

Artist: They Might Be Giants
Release date: 1988
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 39:32
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No. Title Length
1. Ana Ng 3:23
2. Cowtown 2:20
3. Lie Still, Little Bottle 2:06
4. Purple Toupee 2:40
5. Cage and Aquarium 1:10
6. Where Your Eyes Don't Go 3:06
7. Piece of Dirt 2:00
8. Mr. Me 1:52
9. Pencil Rain 2:42
10. The World's Address 2:24
11. I've Got a Match 2:36
12. Santa's Beard 1:55
13. You'll Miss Me 1:53
14. They'll Need a Crane 2:33
15. Shoehorn with Teeth 1:13
16. Stand on Your Own Head 1:16
17. Snowball in Hell 2:31
18. Kiss Me, Sun of God 1:52



Cutting away some of the artier aspects of their debut, They Might Be Giants craft another wildly eclectic and geekily fun collection of alt-pop with Lincoln. In general, the album displays greater musical ambition than its predecessor, especially since the duo have trimmed many of the weirder excesses of the debut. Without such arty trappings, their gift for irresistible pop hooks becomes all the more clear, with "Ana Ng," "Purple Toupee," the Latin shuffle of "The World's Address," "Santa's Beard," the surprisingly affecting "They'll Need a Crane," and the lounge jazz of "Kiss Me, Son of God" standing out among the 18 songs. And when They Might Be Giants don't go for the hooks, as on "Pencil Rain" or "Cage & Aquarium," they prove to be expert musical satirists, which means that Lincoln is every bit as infectious as the debut.