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"Good Morning Tucson" is a song on [[Jonathan Coulton]]'s eighth studio album, [[Artificial Heart (album)|Artificial Heart]].
 
"Good Morning Tucson" is a song on [[Jonathan Coulton]]'s eighth studio album, [[Artificial Heart (album)|Artificial Heart]].
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== History ==
 
== History ==
 
"Good Morning Tucson" was debuted as part of Coulton's set at W00tstock 2.7 in New York on 10/29/2010.
 
"Good Morning Tucson" was debuted as part of Coulton's set at W00tstock 2.7 in New York on 10/29/2010.
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The album version was released [http://blurt-online.com/news/view/5375/ online] on 8/25/2011/.
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On [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRH942Lbc8Q JoCo Cruise Crazy Concert 3] Jonathan says this song is, "About a morning show host who has a nervous breakdown."
  
 
== Availability ==
 
== Availability ==
"Good Morning Tucson" is thus far not officially available in any medium.
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"Good Morning Tucson" is available on the album [[Artificial Heart (album)|Artificial Heart]], which can be ordered through [https://secure.jonathancoulton.com/ArtificialHeart/ Coulton's website] or on iTunes.
  
There is, however, a video released by John Flansburgh featuring a vocal clip from the song. [
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There was also a pre-production video released by John Flansburgh featuring a vocal clip from the song. [http://yfrog.com/e6oqpz]
http://yfrog.com/e6oqpz]
 
  
An unofficial recording from W00tstock is available [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1pECCAxJLI on youtube.]
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Jonathan Coulton recorded a [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJ5y1wHpHUM music video] for this song's release while on a family vacation in Cape Cod. The video appeared briefly on his YouTube channel on August 25, 2011 before the official release on August 30.
  
 
== Themes ==
 
== Themes ==
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Primary Theme:
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* [[Chaos]]
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Secondary Themes:
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* [[Captivity]]
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* [[Struggle]]
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* [[Destiny]]
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Other Themes:
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* [[Insanity]]
 
* [[Insanity]]
 
* [[Fame]]
 
* [[Fame]]
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Good Morning Tucson
ReleaseArtificial Heart
Length2:27
Release date10-29-2010
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"Good Morning Tucson" is a song on Jonathan Coulton's eighth studio album, Artificial Heart.

History[edit]

"Good Morning Tucson" was debuted as part of Coulton's set at W00tstock 2.7 in New York on 10/29/2010.

The album version was released online on 8/25/2011/.

On JoCo Cruise Crazy Concert 3 Jonathan says this song is, "About a morning show host who has a nervous breakdown."

Availability[edit]

"Good Morning Tucson" is available on the album Artificial Heart, which can be ordered through Coulton's website or on iTunes.

There was also a pre-production video released by John Flansburgh featuring a vocal clip from the song. [1]

Jonathan Coulton recorded a music video for this song's release while on a family vacation in Cape Cod. The video appeared briefly on his YouTube channel on August 25, 2011 before the official release on August 30.

Themes[edit]

Primary Theme:

Secondary Themes:

Other Themes:


Artificial Heart
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