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They Might Be Giants - "Clap Your Hands" (live version) MP3

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Monday, Jun 11, 2012
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In 2002, Brooklyn-based They Might Be Giants released their first family-friendly album No!. Ten years and many Grammy’s later, the album is getting a deluxe makeover with seven bonus tracks, most of which are live versions of No! songs. This package drops June 26th courtesy of TMBG’s Idlewild Recordings, but you can download the live version of “Clap Your Hands” below.


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