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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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The album version was released [http://blurt-online.com/news/view/5375/ online] on 8/25/2011/.
 
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.
  
A video of (according to the title card) what Jonathan Coulton did on holiday set to what appears to be the album version of the song was available on the 25th August 2011 for a short while on Jonathan's youtube channel, before being made private.
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== 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:
  
== Themes ==
 
 
* [[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