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Severe Tire Damage


Download links and information about Severe Tire Damage by They Might Be Giants. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 43:15 minutes.

Artist: They Might Be Giants
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 43:15
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No. Title Length
1. Doctor Worm 3:01
2. Severe Tire Damage Theme 0:39
3. They Got Lost 3:42
4. Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun Is a Mass of Incandescent Gas) 2:16
5. Birdhouse in Your Soul 3:11
6. She's an Angel 3:20
7. XTC vs. Adam Ant 3:39
8. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) 3:07
9. Ana Ng 3:00
10. First Kiss 1:35
11. Spider 0:52
12. Particle Man 2:09
13. She's Actual Size 2:16
14. S-E-X-X-Y 3:06
15. Meet James Ensor 1:30
16. Till My Head Falls Off 2:51
17. About Me 3:01



On their very first live album, Severe Tire Damage, intellectual rockers They Might Be Giants offer a best-of set, which contains mostly radical reworkings of fan favorites. The reason for the emergence of a live album came about when TMBG played a successful radio session for the Spin Radio Network, where the duo was joined by its touring band as well as horn players and a rhythm section. They were so impressed with the results that they almost immediately went back and picked out versions of songs that sounded totally different live when compared to the original studio versions (especially the songs "She's Actual Size" and "Why Does the Sun Shine?"). Included are the "hits" "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" and "Particle Man," as well as the brand new track "Doctor Worm." To prove that they haven't lost their quirky edge, the album ends with seven unlisted tracks that were written on the spot, in front of their audience.