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|-1||Token Back To Brooklyn
Drums [Uncredited] – Yuval Gabay
Arranged By [String And Horn] – Kurt HoffmanBass – Hal CraginCello – Garo YellinCongas, Percussion – Sue HadjopoulosDrums [Break Sample] – Mo' Funky Element*Trombone – Tim NewmanTrumpet – Jim O'Connor*Viola – Ron LawrenceViolin – Gregor Kitzis, Krystof WitekWritten-By – Hal Cragin, They Might Be Giants
|2||Till My Head Falls Off||2:53|
|3||How Can I Sing Like A Girl?
Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar [Electric] – Jay Sherman-Godfrey
|4||Exquisite Dead Guy
Cello – Garo Yellin
|6||New York City
Bass – Hal CraginDrums – Steve CalhoonLead Guitar – Lyle WorkmanWritten-By – Lisa Marr, Lisa Nielsen, Robynn Iwata
|7||Your Own Worst Enemy
Cello – Garo Yellin
|8||XTC Vs. Adam Ant
Bass [Ending] – Hal CraginCello – Garo YellinViola – Ralph FarrisViolin – Krystof WitekVocals [Sample] – Amy Allison
Vibraphone – Steve Light
|10||James K. Polk
Saw [Singing] – Julian KosterWritten-By – Matthew Hill, They Might Be Giants
Congas, Percussion – Sue Hadjopoulos
|12||I Can Hear You
Producer – Peter DilgTuba – Ron Caswell
|13||The Bells Are Ringing
Vocals – Amanda Homi
- Bass – Graham Maby
- Design – Barbara Glauber, Heavy Meta
- Design [Assistance] – Beverly Joel
- Drums – Brian Doherty (4)
- Engineer – Albert Caiati, David Goodermuth, Greg Thompson, Tony Gillis
- Lead Guitar – Eric Schermerhorn
- Management – Jamie L. Kitman*
- Mastered By – UE Nastasi
- Mixed By – Tom Durack (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6)
- Photography By – James Wojcik
- Producer – Pat Dillett*, They Might Be Giants
- Producer [Drums] – Artie Smith
- Typography [They Might Be Gothic Typeface] – Jonathan Hoefler
- Vocals, Guitar – John Flansburgh
- Vocals, Keyboards, Horns – John Linnell
- Written-By – They Might Be Giants (tracks: 2 to 5, 7 to 9, 11 to 13)
Before the first track on the CD, there is an uncredited, unreleased minute long song that is called "Token Back To Brooklyn" which has appeared on their Dial-a-song answering machine, and also on the "They Got Lost" compilation. This track is not playable on some CD players.
Recorded at River Sound, Hit Factory, Sound on Sound, Clinton Studios, Coyote Studio & The Edison Laboratory.
Track 12 "recorded without electricity on a 1898 Edison wax cylinder recording studio phonograph", "produced at the Edison National Historical Site, National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior in West Orange, NJ"
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC
Amy Allison appears courtesy of Discovery Records.
All songs published by TMBG Music (BMI) except "New York City" published by Paw-Paw Publishing (ASCAP).
℗© 1996 Elektra Entertainment Group, A Division of Warner Communications Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
Printed in U.S.A.
Made in U.S.A. by WEA Manufacturing Inc.
Hub codes: "2 61862-2 OLY##01", "M1S7"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7559-61862-2 3
- ASIN: B000002HKS
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
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|CD 61862||They Might Be Giants||Factory Showroom (CD, Album)||Elektra||CD 61862||Canada||1996||Sell This Version|
|61862-4||They Might Be Giants||Factory Showroom (Cass, Album)||Elektra||61862-4||US||1996||Sell This Version|
|2-61862-P||They Might Be Giants||Factory Showroom (CD, Album, Ltd, Promo)||Elektra||2-61862-P||US||1996||Sell This Version|
|61862-2||They Might Be Giants||Factory Showroom (CD, Album, Club)||Elektra||61862-2||US||1996||Sell This Version|
|WPCR-857||They Might Be Giants||Factory Showroom (CD, Album, Promo)||Elektra||WPCR-857||Japan||1996||Sell This Version|