Gigantic (A Tale Of Two Johns)
power, like the producer of the TV show Malcolm In The Middle who approached them to write a theme song for which they eventually won a Grammy. In 1986 their video played alongside Whitney Houston on MTV and in 2002 they won a Grammy going up against Faith Hill. Their story is one of outsider success within the music industry and it is not a story that is likely to be replicated soon. Although this might not be the film that will bring you onside with their legion of followers, this DVD is absolutely essential for any They Might Be Giants fan. In addition to the great film there is over two hours of extras, including some of their best videos, additional concert footage and TV and radio appearances including a performance of "Birdhouse" in 1990 with Doc Severinsen and the NBC Orchestra on The Tonight Show. Plus: extended interviews, deleted scenes, commentary. (Plexifilm/Sonic Unyon)
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