A Thousand Songs

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A Thousand Songs
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Studio album by Jim Guthrie
Released 2000
Label Three Gut
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A Thousand Songs is the debut solo album by Jim Guthrie, released in 2000 on Three Gut Records. It was also the first album ever released by that label. The song “Who Needs What” was covered by the indiepop band Tullycraft on their 2002 album Beat Surf Fun.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Introduction
  2. Santana's Theme
  3. Jigsaw Puzzle
  4. Not Yalk's Requiem
  5. Mr. Work's Stubborn
  6. I Love Broken Shoes
  7. The Fantabulous World of Jimmy 3-Guts
  8. Who Needs What
  9. I Don't Wanna Be a Rockstar
  10. Dirty Fingernail Dreams
  11. Thousand Songs
  12. Audio Pepsi
  13. Trust
  14. Sexy Drummer
  15. Not a Word
  16. Invisible Gem
  17. Wear in the World
  18. Shape of Things
  19. Let's Get in a Fight
  20. Focus on Floor Care
  21. Gamera
  22. Repression's Waltz
  23. Roads and Paper Routes
  24. And We Got Older