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* [[Hide and Seek]] (Originally recorded by Imogen Heap)
 
* [[Hide and Seek]] (Originally recorded by Imogen Heap)
  
===Miscellanea===
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You're quite right.  The plugin is still under quite acivte development, so I haven't had much time for the documentation, unfortunately. It should be pretty self-explanatory once you get it up. In the mean time, you can see the front end at my . Sorry if I break that while you're looking at it.Right now, I'm working on getting a plugin to manage a calendar of shows, so I should be back to the next bunch of features for this some time after the new year.
*[[Battle of Galactica]]
 
*[[Big Rock Candy Mountain]]
 
*[[Cobras]]
 
*[[The Geek Jock Convergence Is The End Of The World]]
 
*[[I Say Arrr, You Say Woo...]] [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJZsiBHsflw]
 
*[[Not This One]] (played at PAX 2008)
 
*[[One More Score]] (with Adam Stein, from Little Gray Book lectures. Available from [[awryone]]'s downloads.)
 
*[[PopSci Podcast From The Moon]]
 
*[[The Princess Who Saved Herself]]
 
*[[Social History Theme]]
 
*[[Sweet Information]]
 
*[[Undone]] (written around a stream of lyrics given by [[awryone]], on awryone's homepage)
 
*[[You Oughta Know]] (Originally recorded by Alanis Morissette)
 

Revision as of 19:15, 5 May 2012

Albums

Artificial Heart

(released September 2, 2011)

  1. Sticking It To Myself
  2. Artificial Heart
  3. Nemeses
  4. The World Belongs to You
  5. Today With Your Wife
  6. Sucker Punch
  7. Glasses
  8. Je Suis Rick Springfield
  9. Alone at Home
  10. Fraud
  11. Good Morning Tucson
  12. Now I Am An Arsonist
  13. Down Today
  14. Dissolve
  15. Nobody Loves You Like Me
  16. Still Alive
  17. Want You Gone
  18. The Stache

Thing a Week series

Thing a Week One

(released August 31, 2006)

  1. See You All in Hell
  2. My Monkey
  3. W's Duty
  4. Shop Vac
  5. Baby Got Back (Sir Mix-a-Lot cover)
  6. Someone Is Crazy
  7. Brand New Sucker
  8. Sibling Rivalry
  9. The Town Crotch
  10. When I'm 25 or 64
  11. Podsafe Christmas Song
  12. Furry Old Lobster
  13. Drive

Thing a Week Two

(released November 2, 2006)

  1. Flickr
  2. Resolutions
  3. You Could Be Her
  4. I Will (Beatles cover)
  5. Dance, Soterios Johnson, Dance
  6. So Far So Good
  7. Curl
  8. Chiron Beta Prime
  9. Take Care of Me
  10. A Talk with George
  11. Don't Talk to Strangers (Rick Springfield cover)
  12. Stroller Town
  13. Re: Your Brains (spelled "Re Your Brains" on album cover)

Thing a Week Three

(released December 15, 2006)

  1. Madelaine
  2. When You Go
  3. Code Monkey
  4. The Presidents
  5. Just as Long as Me
  6. Till the Money Comes
  7. Tom Cruise Crazy
  8. Famous Blue Raincoat (Leonard Cohen cover)
  9. Soft Rocked By Me
  10. Not About You
  11. Rock and Roll Boy
  12. Drinking With You
  13. Pizza Day

Thing a Week Four

(released December 15, 2006)

  1. SkyMall
  2. Seahorse
  3. Creepy Doll
  4. Under the Pines
  5. Big Bad World One
  6. Mr. Fancy Pants
  7. You Ruined Everything
  8. I'm Your Moon
  9. The Big Boom
  10. Make You Cry
  11. Pull the String
  12. Summer's Over
  13. We Will Rock You (Queen cover)
  14. We Are the Champions (Queen cover)

Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms

(released August 2005)

  1. That Spells DNA
  2. I Feel Fantastic
  3. Womb with a View
  4. Todd the T1000
  5. Better

Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow

(released October 1, 2004)

  1. The Future Soon
  2. Skullcrusher Mountain
  3. I Crush Everything
  4. Betty and Me
  5. Mandelbrot Set

Smoking Monkey

(released November 5, 2003)

  1. I'm Having a Party
  2. Bozo's Lament
  3. Kenesaw Mountain Landis
  4. Ikea
  5. I Hate California
  6. Christmas Is Interesting
  7. Over There
  8. Millionaire Girlfriend
  9. First of May
  10. De-Evolving
  11. I'm a Mason Now
  12. Overhead

Compilations

Best. Concert. Ever.

(released May 2009)

  1. The Future Soon
  2. Ikea
  3. Shop Vac
  4. I'm Your Moon
  5. Baby Got Back
  6. Kenesaw Mountain Landis
  7. Chiron Beta Prime
  8. Tom Cruise Crazy
  9. Code Monkey
  10. Creepy Doll
  11. Still Alive
  12. Mr. Fancy Pants
  13. I Crush Everything
  14. Skullcrusher Mountain
  15. Mandelbrot Set
  16. You Ruined Everything
  17. Re: Your Brains
  18. A Talk with George
  19. I Feel Fantastic
  20. First of May

JoCo Looks Back

(released October 22, 2008)

  1. Code Monkey
  2. Ikea
  3. I Feel Fantastic
  4. Mandelbrot Set
  5. Tom Cruise Crazy
  6. Shop Vac
  7. Chiron Beta Prime
  8. I'm Your Moon
  9. My Monkey
  10. Skullcrusher Mountain
  11. I Crush Everything
  12. When You Go
  13. A Talk With George
  14. You Ruined Everything
  15. Creepy Doll
  16. Mr. Fancy Pants
  17. Baby Got Back
  18. First of May
  19. Re: Your Brains
  20. The Future Soon

Unreleased

The Aftermath

  1. Octopus
  2. Re Vos Cerveaux
  3. My Beige Bear
  4. Lady Aberlin's Muumuu
  5. Washy Ad Jeffy
  6. Monkey Shines *
  7. Big Dick Farts a Polka *
  8. Space Doggity *
  9. Always the Moon *
  10. Blue Sunny Day

(* Indicates these tracks were originally from the Masters of Song Fu collection, but are also added to The Aftermath.)

Songs from Ze Frank's "The Show"

(all songs are Ze Frank covers)

  1. Fun Winter
  2. Giant Baby
  3. Hindsight
  4. Sandwich
  5. Stay the Same
  6. Ugly
  7. Walnuts
  8. Work this Thing

Other Experiments

  1. Screwed (demo)
  2. Bills, Bills, Bills (Destiny's Child cover)
  3. A Laptop Like You (demo)
  4. Bacteria
  5. Brookline (demo)
  6. Dance, Soterios Johnson, Dance (demo)
  7. Beds Hurt My Booty
  8. I Crush Everything (demo)
  9. Skullcrusher Mountain (demo)
  10. The Future Soon (demo)
  11. Gambler's Prayer (demo)
  12. Mandelbrot Set (demo)
  13. Camp Bachelor Alma Mater

Live Cover Versions

You're quite right. The plugin is still under quite acivte development, so I haven't had much time for the documentation, unfortunately. It should be pretty self-explanatory once you get it up. In the mean time, you can see the front end at my . Sorry if I break that while you're looking at it.Right now, I'm working on getting a plugin to manage a calendar of shows, so I should be back to the next bunch of features for this some time after the new year.