The Extra Lens

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Only Existing Footage 00:00 Tools
Adultery 00:00 Tools
How I Left the Ministry 00:00 Tools
Cruiserweights 00:00 Tools
Communicating Doors 00:00 Tools
Some Other Way 00:00 Tools
Programmed Cell Death 00:00 Tools
Ambivalent Landscape Z 00:00 Tools
In Germany Before the War 00:00 Tools
Tug on the Line 00:00 Tools
Dogs of Clinic 17 00:00 Tools
Rockin' Rockin' Twilight of the Gods 00:00 Tools
Going To Marrakesh 00:00 Tools
Baltimore 00:00 Tools
The River Song 00:00 Tools
Going to Michigan 00:00 Tools
Memories 00:00 Tools
Going To Morocco 00:00 Tools
All Rooms Cable A/C Free Coffee 00:00 Tools
Ultra Violet 00:00 Tools
Twelve Hands High 00:00 Tools
Terminal Grain 00:00 Tools
Somebody Else's Parking Lot In Sebastopol 00:00 Tools
Malevolent Seascape Y 00:00 Tools
Houseguest 00:00 Tools
Infidelity 00:00 Tools
Rockin Rockin Twilight of the Gods 00:00 Tools
Rockin’ Rockin’ Twilight of the Gods 00:00 Tools
Carmen Cicero 00:00 Tools
I Hear The Planets 00:00 Tools
[Banter] 00:00 Tools
09 In Germany Before the War 00:00 Tools
[Tuning/banter] 00:00 Tools
[Encore break] 00:00 Tools
Adultery (Live) 00:00 Tools
Adultery (Live on KEXP) 00:00 Tools
Memories (Leonard Cohen) 00:00 Tools
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The Extra Glenns are a band made up of Franklin Bruno of Nothing Painted Blue and John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats. They were something of an underground legend in the 90s, recording tracks for singles and some compilations. However, Both artists later began concentrating on their own solo work, though as their popularity grew they continued to work together when possible. A show at the 2000 San Francisco Noise Pop Festival found an unexpected crowd in attendance with exceeding interest with fans coming from as far away as New York just for the band. They decided then that it was a good idea to keep it going and in 2002 Absolutely Kosher Records released Martial Arts Weekend, the group's first full length album. In August 2010, it was announced that The Extra Glenns had signed to Merge Records and changed their name to The Extra Lens. Their latest album, Undercard, was released on October 19, 2010. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.