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Titus Andronicus

A punk-inflected indie rock group whose bawling, thrashing sound reflected a wide range of influences ranging from the Pixies to Bright Eyes to Bruce Springsteen, Glen Rock, New Jersey's Titus Andronicus formed in 2005 with bandleader and songwriter Patrick Stickles supported by Liam Betson, Ian Graetzer, Eric Harm, and Dan Tews. The band's debut full-length, The Airing of Grievances (which makes reference to a Seinfeld episode), was first released by Troubleman Unlimited in 2008, then picked up for wider distribution by XL Recordings in January 2009. For the band's impressive 2010 follow-up, The Monitor, Titus Andronicus beefed up the production value and enlisted the help of musicians from ten other indie acts, including members of the Hold Steady, Vivian Girls, and Ponytail. Two years later they returned with their third effort, Local Business, a more personal album that found the band looking inward for inspiration. In 2015, after a number of personnel changes (Stickles was joined by the core band of guitarists Adam Reich and Jonah Maurer, bassist Julian Veronesi, and drummer Eric Harm, along with a number of guest vocalists and instrumentalists), Titus Andronicus moved to the noted independent label Merge Records, who released their fourth album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, an ambitious rock opera in five acts inspired by Stickles' own bouts with manic depression. ~ Margaret Reges
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Albums by
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  1.   Song
  2.   More Perfect Union
  3.   Fatal Flaw
  4.   My Time Outside The Womb
  5.   No Future Part Three: Escape from No Future
  6.   No Future, Pt. 1
  7.   I'm Going Insane (Finish Him)
  8.   Food Fight!
  9.   In a Small Body
  10.   Stable Boy
  11.   Titus Andronicus Forever or Theme from "The Monitor"
  12.   Please
  13.   Look Alive
  14.   Ecce Homo
  15.   Fired Up
  16.   Sun Salutation
  17.   Fear and Loathing in Mahwah, NJ
  18.   A Moral
  19.   Come On, Siobhán
  20.   I Lost My Mind
  21.   Titus Andronicus vs. the Absurd Universe (3rd Round KO)
  22.   My Eating Disorder
  23.   To Old Friends and New
  24.   Titus Andronicus
  25.   No Future, Pt. 2: The Day After No Future
  26.   Albert Camus
  27.   Funny Feeling
  28.   Lonely Boy
  29.   Four Score and Seven
  30.   Stranded (On My Own)
  31.   Still Life with Hot Deuce on Silver Platter
  32.   Joset Of Nazareth's Blues
  33.   Seven Seconds
  34.   Dimed Out
  35.   (I Am The) Electric Man
  36.   In a Big City
  37.   A Pot in Which to Piss
  38.   Auld Lang Syne
  39.   Upon Viewing Brueghel's "Landscape with the Fall of Icarus"
  40.   The Magic Morning
  41.   Upon Viewing Orgeon's Landscape with the Flood of Detritus
  42.   Arms Against Atrophy
  43.   ...And Ever or Theme from "The Monitor" (Reprise)
  44.   Tried to Quit Smoking
  45.   Mr. E. Mann
  46.   A Pair of Brown Eyes
  47.   Into the Void (Filler)
  48.   The Fall
  49.   (S)He Said/(S)He Said
  50.   The Battle of Hampton Roads
  51.   Lookalike
  52.   Theme from "Cheers"
  53.   Richard II or Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (Responsible Hate Anthem)
  54.   The Angry Hour
  55.   Everything Burns by Ceremony
  56.   No Future Part One
  57.   No Future Part Two: The Days
  58.   After No Future
  59.   No Future
  60.   No Future (1)
  61.   No Future, Pt. 4: No Future Triumphant
  62.   No Future, Pt. 5: In Endless Dreaming
  63.   Intermission
  64.   No Future Part V : In Endless Dreaming
  65.   69 Stones

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