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They Might Be Giants - Gigantic: A Tale Of Two Johns DVD £2.49 delivered @ CDWow
They Might Be Giants - Gigantic: A Tale Of Two Johns DVD £2.49 delivered @ CDWow

They Might Be Giants - Gigantic: A Tale Of Two Johns DVD £2.49 delivered @ CDWow

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Spanning a career of over 20 years, They Might Be Giants are considered pioneers of independent rock music and have a notoriously dedicated fan-base around the world. 'Gigantic' is a comprehensive chronicle of the band's history, told through performance, animation, videos and hilarious commentaries from friends and fans.

Featuring the following live performances: 'Birdhouse In Your Soul' From the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson; 'Boat Of Car' and 'Meet James Ensor' In-store performance at Tower Records, New York; 'Fingertips', 'Number three' and 'They Might Be Giants' Live at the Polish National Home; 'Cowtown' performance on WLIR radio.

Featuring the following music videos : Five original videos with introductions from John Linnell, John Flasburgh and director Adam Bernstein: including 'Put You Hand Inside The Puppet Head', 'Don't Let's Start', '(She Was A) Hotel Detective', 'Ana Ng' and 'Birdhouse In Your Soul'. Also features four videos created for the ABC News prime-time series, 'Brave New World'.

Special Features : -
* Flood promo video
* 'Nick Rocks' - Nickelodeon TV appearance
* This American Life with Sarah Vowell (audio only)
* Early performance footage of 'Hide Away' and 'Mr. Me'
* Deleted scenes
* Raw footage
* Interviews with David Eggers, Sarah Vowell, Syd Straw, Ira Glass, The Crying Girl and more...

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Fantastic documentary! Seeing them live in London in June!

Comes up at £3.49 for me..even after following the voucher link :?

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Comes up at £3.49 for me..even after following the voucher link :?



Still £2.49 here using "£1 off Game's/DVD's & 50p off CD's" voucher

Hmm..I'm obviously doing something wrong. Tried again in work just now (using the same link you mentioned) and it still shows as £3.49 :?

I'm a big fan so I'm going to have to order at £3.49 anyway ;-)
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