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  • I Hope You're Sitting Down / Jack's Tulips (1994)
    1. Begin
    2. Betweemus
    3. Soaky In The Pooper
    4. Because You Are The Very Air He Breathes
    5. Under The Same Moon
    6. I Will Drive Slowly
    7. Oh, What a Disappointment
    8. Hellmouth
    9. Bon Soir, Bon Soir
    10. Hickey
    11. Breathe Deep
    12. So I Hear You're Moving
    13. Let's Go Bowling
    14. What Was He Wearing?
    15. Cowboy On The Moon
    16. The Pack-Up Song

  • How I Quit Smoking (1996)
    1. For Which We Are Truly Thankful
    2. The Man Who Loved Beer
    3. The Militant
    4. We Never Argue
    5. Life's Little Tragedy
    6. Suzieju
    7. All Smiles And Mariachi
    8. The Scary Caroler
    9. Smuckers
    10. The Militant
    11. Garf
    12. Your Life As A Sequel
    13. The├Âne
    14. Again

    How I Quit Smoking is the second album by Lambchop, released in 1996. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Your Sucking Funny Day (1998)
    1. Your Sucking Funny Day
    2. The Petrified Florist
    3. The Theme from the Neal Miller Show
    4. Your Fucking Sunny Day

  • Nixon (2000)
    1. The Old Gold Shoe
    2. Grumpus
    3. You Masculine You
    4. Up With People
    5. Nashville Parent
    6. What Else Could It Be?
    7. The Distance from Her to There
    8. The Book I Haven't Read
    9. The Petrified Florist
    10. The Butcher Boy

    Nixon is a 2000 album by Lambchop. The album was a critical and commercial breakthrough for the band, especially in the United Kingdom where it polled highly in several year end polls in music magazines, among them Uncut magazine. The song Up with People was subsequently remixed by Zero 7. The sleeve is a painting by Wayne White, a childhood friend of Kurt Wagner who also provided cover art for Thriller, Aw Cmon and No You Cmon by the band. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Tools in the Dryer (2001)
    1. Nine
    2. Whitey
    3. Cigaretiquette
    4. Miss Prissy
    5. The Petrified Florist (alternate version)
    6. Each With a Bag of Fries
    7. All Over the World
    8. Flowers of Memory
    9. Scared Out Of My Shoes
    10. Style Monkeys
    11. The Militant (Mark Robinson Remix)
    12. Up With People (Zero 7 Reprise Remix)
    13. Give Me Your Love (Doppelganger Remix)
    14. Love TKO
    15. Or Thousands of Prizes
    16. Moody Fucker
    17. A Moist Towelette
    18. An Open Fresca
    19. Masters of None
    20. Little Servant (Chill Pill)
    21. A Moist Towelette (acoustic version)
    22. Alumni Lawn

  • Is a Woman (2002)
    1. The Daily Growl
    2. The New Cobweb Summer
    3. My Blue Wave
    4. I Can Hardly Spell My Name
    5. The Gusher
    6. Autumn's Vicar
    7. Flick
    8. Caterpillar
    9. D. Scott Parsley
    10. Bugs
    11. The Old Matchbook Trick
    12. Is A Woman

    Is a Woman is a 2002 album by Lambchop. Its combination of austere arrangements and minimalist instrumentation marks a change from former albums' elaborate and lavish sound. Read more on Last.fm.

  • Is a Woman (bonus disc: Is a Bonus) (2002)
  • Aw C'mon (2004)
    1. Being Tyler
    2. Four Pounds In Two Days
    3. Steve McQueen
    4. The Lone Official
    5. Something's Going On
    6. Nothing But A Blur From A Bullet Train
    7. Each Time I Bring It Up It Seems To Bring You Down
    8. Timothy B. Schmidt
    9. Women Help To Create The Kind Of Men They Despise
    10. I Hate Candy
    11. I Haven'T Heard A Word I'Ve Said
    12. Action Figure

    In 2002 Lambchop's erstwhile leader Kurt Wagner decided he wanted to hone what he saw as his somewhat rusty songwriting skills. Thus he set out to write a song a day, and in Lambchop's case, a tune a day has resulted in this ''butt load of material''. It's a sprawling double package; touted as two separate albums with distinct identities (and perhaps the best titles of the decade so far). Aw...is a coherent mood piece, better experienced as a whole while No...is a more jarring, disparate set of songs that jostle for your attention. Either way, it's a big chunk of Lambchop to take in one sitting. The band, again, seem to have shifted laterally. New guitarist William Tyler is promoted to a more prominent role (even getting a namecheck on the opening instrumental ''Being Tyler''), especially on the second disc/album. In fact, while the first disc - composed as a whole score for Murnau's 1927 silent movie, Sunrise - returns to the lusher stringscapes (courtesy of Lloyd Barry) that marked Nixon, the second tends to be stripped back to an almost punky ethic (''Nothing Adventurous Please''). The metaphor of music as a tapestry woven of numerous thematic and aural threads is an old and hackneyed one, but that doesn't stop it being a particularly succinct way of describing these albums. Listening to Aw...is not dissimilar to standing in front of an enormous tapestry - so close in fact that you can only see the various elements that make it up and never really understand the bigger picture. But underneath all the colours and textures of country, Philly soul and new wave attitude is the rough material of Kurt Wagner's voice, muttering darkly about his life's minutiae. Its a grainy, gruff, staccato constant that, after a few tracks, begins to remind one of Vic Reeves' club singer; it's so clipped, mannered and shorn of musicality. The Curtis Mayfield falsetto of old has gone and we're left to concentrate on what it is exactly that he's trying to tell us. Acertain lack of distinction between songs tends to make such prolonged exposure difficult at first, but Wagner's particular genius is to appear off-hand and somehow still achieve a weird kind of profundity. Whether everyone will commit to such a large slice of low-key Nashville life is another matter... Read more on Last.fm.

  • No You C'mon (2004)
    1. Sunrise
    2. Low Ambition
    3. There's Still Time
    4. Nothing Adventurous Please
    5. The Problem
    6. Shang A Dang Dang
    7. About My Lighter
    8. Under A Dream Of A Lie
    9. Jan. 24
    10. The Gusher
    11. Listen
    12. The Producer

  • Damaged (2006)
    1. Paperback Bible
    2. Prepared [2]
    3. The Rise And Fall Of The Letter P
    4. A Day Without Glasses
    5. Beers Before The Barbican
    6. I Would Have Waited Here All Day
    7. Crackers
    8. Fear
    9. Short
    10. The Decline Of Country And Western Civilization

  • OH (Ohio) (2008)
    1. Ohio
    2. Slipped Dissolved And Loosed
    3. I'm Thinking Of A Number
    4. National Talk Like A Pirate Day
    5. A Hold Of You
    6. Sharing a Gibson with Martin Luther King Jr.
    7. Of Raymond
    8. Please Rise
    9. Popeye
    10. Close Up And Personal
    11. I Believe In You

  • Mr. M (2012)
    1. If Not I'll Just Die
    2. 2B2
    3. Gone Tomorrow
    4. Mr. Met
    5. Gar
    6. Nice Without Mercy
    7. Buttons
    8. The Good Life (is wasted)
    9. Kind Of
    10. Betty's Overture
    11. Never My Love