Jonathan Coulton discography

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Jonathan Coulton discography
Jonathan Coulton in March 2012.jpg
Studio albums 8
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 1
Singles 3

This is the discography of singer/songwriter Jonathan Coulton.

Studio Albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
2003 Smoking Monkey
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on November 5, 2003
  • Debut album
  • Recorded in Pro Tools and SAW Pro
2004 Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on October 1, 2004
  • Five song EP
  • Contains a large number of Coulton's biggest hits
2005 Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on September 1, 2005
  • Five song EP
  • Written and recorded based on articles in Popular Science Magazine
2006 Thing a Week One
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on August 1, 2006
  • First season of Thing a Week
  • Contains "Baby Got Back" and "Shop Vac"
2006 Thing a Week Two
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on September 1, 2006
  • Second season of Thing a Week
  • Contains "Re: Your Brains" and "A Talk with George"
2006 Thing a Week Three
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on December 12, 2006
  • Third season of Thing a Week
  • Contains "Code Monkey" and "Tom Cruise Crazy"
2006 Thing a Week Four
  • Produced by Jonathan Coulton
  • Released on December 12, 2006
  • Fourth season of Thing a Week
  • Contains "Creepy Doll" and "Mr. Fancy Pants"
2011 Artificial Heart
  • First professional studio album
  • Performed by full band
2017 Solid State
  • Label: Super Ego Records
  • Released on April 28, 2017
  • A self-professed concept album

Live Albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
2009 Best. Concert. Ever.
  • Live in San Francisco, California
  • Released in May 2009
2014 JoCo Live
  • Recorded in December 2012 at various venues in the United States, including Dallas, TX.

Compilations[edit]

Year Title Notes
2008 JoCo Looks Back
  • First "Best Of" album
  • Released on October 22, 2008
  • Compiled from first 7 studio albums
  • First stereo release of "Code Monkey"

Singles[edit]

Year Title Notes
2011 Nemeses
  • Produced by John Flansburgh
  • Released on July 28, 2011
  • First single from Artificial Heart
  • Lead vocals performed by John Roderick
2011 Good Morning Tucson
  • Produced by John Flansburgh
  • Released on August 25, 2011
  • Second single from Artificial Heart
  • Released by Blurt
2013 Baby Got Back (In the Style of Glee)
  • Released on January 26, 2013
  • Identical to version on Thing a Week One
  • Released as a response to the TV show Glee copying his song without permission
2017 All This Time
  • Released on February 28, 2017

Other Releases[edit]

  • The Aftermath - Unreleased studio recordings, produced between Thing a Week and Artificial Heart.
  • Unplugged - Live on Second Life, bootleg of online concert.
  • Other Experiments - Rarities collection, contains unreleased songs and demos.
  • "Still Alive" written for the video game, Portal. Vocals by Ellen McLain. Later re-recorded for Artificial Heart.
  • "Want You Gone" written for the video game, Portal 2. Vocals by Ellen McLain.
  • "You wouldn't know" written for the video game, Lego Dimensions. Vocals by Ellen McLain.
  • "GlaDOS Song" written originally for the video game, Portal 2 as an Easter Egg but was cut during production. It was later released on his Soundcloud Account. Vocals by Ellen McLain.
  • "The Princess Who Saved Herself" included on Many Hands for Haiti benefit compilation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Thalandor46 (2016-03-04), All This Time - Jonathan Coulton - JoCo Cruise 2016, retrieved 2017-04-23