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Jonathan Coulton is a Genius

Jonathan Coulton's music is something that you can't even begin to describe. This lyrics are hillarious, his melodies are elequant his chord proggresions are empathetic, it's brilliance with a captial b which rhymes with C and stands for Coulton, Jonathan Coulton! If you have even the litelest bit of a nerd in you, this music will make you giggle with glee! Fantastic! 5 Stars!!!!!

The album's great.

I recently came across this artist a short time ago, it's great. Thing is, it think my account was either glitched in some way, or that I was charged forty dollars for it, just a warning.


Born: December 01, 1970 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When They Might Be Giants were first starting out they experimented with an answering machine service named Dial-a-Song, by means of which listeners could call them in Brooklyn and listen to a random taped song. The service was popular enough that it broke down frequently, but not before it helped them get signed to an indie label, Bar/None. Jonathan Coulton, standing on the shoulders of the Giants both musically and spiritually, found fame by the 21st century equivalent of Dial-a-Song through "Thing...
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Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow, Jonathan Coulton
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Oct 29, 2004

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