Jim's Big Ego
Among the band's songs are "The Ballad of Barry Allen," about the DC superhero Barry Allen/The Flash, a character co-created by Infantino's uncle Carmine Infantino; “Asshole”, a song about the George W. Bush administration that went viral, and "New Lang Syne" (sometimes also called "Thank God It's Over"), a new New Year's Eve song featured on National Public Radio's All Things Considered in 2001.
In May 2017 their song "Stress" became the intro theme for The Jimquisition, hosted by Jim Sterling.
- Jim Infantino - guitar, lead vocals
- Jesse Flack - double bass, vocals
- Dan Cantor - drums, vocals
- Josh Kantor - Keyboards, vocals
- 1996 - Titanic
- 1996 - More Songs About Me
- 1998 - Don't Get Smart
- 1999 - Y2K - Hooray! (EP)
- 2000 - Noplace Like Nowhere
- 2003 - They're Everywhere
- 2005 - Support the Truth (EP E-Album)
- 2008 - free*
- 2012 - Stay
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- Official website
- "New New Year Song" from NPR's All Things Considered December 31, 2001
- Jim's Big Ego at AllMusic
- Jim's Big Ego collection at the Internet Archive's live music archive
- The Ego & The Oracle: Stage show featuring Jim's Big Ego in an experiment of "musical fortune-telling."
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