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They Might Be Giants "Venue Songs" Double Disc Set DVD
They Might Be Giants Venue Songs Double Disc Set DVD
DVD includes eleven original video clips along with an original narration by former literary agent John Hodgman in the role of the Deranged Millionaire. Bonus video material includes "Damn Good Times," "Bastard Wants to Hi...  more »

     
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Creators: They Might Be Giants, John Hodgman
Studio: Idlewild Recordings
Format: DVD
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2006
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1

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Movie Reviews

Home Run!
Patricia Ferrell | Harlem | 04/06/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Venue Songs is an amazing collection of videos, and nothing short of what every TMBG fan should come to expect from the group.

The entire collection is binded together like a Twlight Zone episode with a guy who sort of me reminded me of Rod Serlingh. Videos like "garage" (which I think is for their trip to Glasgowe) and the Homestar Runner one are hilarious. Other good videos are the ones they did for the House of Blues, which are really sarcastic (I guess they don't like playing there?), and the Charlottesville video that has a ridiculous hitch-hikin cowboy that has super powers.

I not only recommend this DVD to hardcore fans, but also to people who appreciat music video as an artform."