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But by the end of the '90s, the group -- made up of John Linnell and John Flansburgh -- had fallen into a rut.
To jumpstart their creative juices, the duo turned to kids music.
In 2002, They Might Be Giants put out its first kids album, No! , which sold well. Follow-up albums included: Here come the ABCs in 2005, Here Come the 123s in 2008 and Here Comes Science in 2009.
"The success of it completely overwhelmed us," said Flansburgh.
The group has sold more than one million kids records.
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