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Istanbul (Not Constantinople) (EP):They Might Be Giants

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Artist: They Might Be Giants

Date Released: 1990

Label: Elektra

Produced By: They Might Be Giants / Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley

Tracklisting:

  1. Istanbul (Not Constantinople)
  2. James K. Polk
  3. Stormy Pinkness
  4. Ant
  5. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) (Brownsville Remix)

ReviewEdit

Their first EP for Elektra, released to promote the Flood album, this is one of the fan-favorite EPs. They Might Be Giants have put different versions of all three non-remix B-sides on different releases. "James K. Polk" was re-recorded for Factory Showroom after fans started shouting for it at concerts, leaving They Might Be Giants to admit they didn't remember how to play that one. A live version of "Stormy Pinkness" showed up on the best-of Dial-A-Song and "Ant" was re-recorded with a horn section for Indestructible Object. It's pretty good, but I'm a much bigger fan of the Apollo 18-era B-sides. - Rev. Syung Myung Me

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