"There's A Ghost" b/w "Alice"
Clambakes Vol. 10: Only in My Dreams - Live in Tokyo 2009
"Our Work Is Done" b/w "Total Eclipse"
Break the Glass (Acoustic)
"What a Time to Be Alive (Acoustic)" b/w "Erasure (Acoustic)"
What a Time to Be Alive
Child's Christmas in Wales
"Break the Glass" b/w "Mad World"
Clambakes Vol. 9: Other Music From Unshowered Grumblers – Live in NYC 1990
"I Got Cut" b/w "Up Against the Wall"
Come Pick Me Up (Remastered)
Clambakes Vol. 8: We'd Like to Thank the Homecoming Committee - Live at Duke 1997
I Hate Music
"This Summer" b/w "Cruel Summer"
Clambakes Vol. 6: One in a Row - Live in Minneapolis 1994
Clambakes Vol. 5: Cup of Clams - Live at Cat's Cradle 2003
Leaves in the Gutter
Clambakes Vol. 4: Sur La Bouche - Live in Montreal 1993
Clambakes Vol. 3: When We Were 10 - Live at Cat's Cradle 1999
Cup of Sand
Cup of Sand (2017 Reissue)
Clambakes Vol. 2: Music for Kinugasa's A Page of Madness
Art Class (Song for Yayoi Kusama)
Clambakes Vol. 1: Acoustic In-Stores East & West
Here's to Shutting Up
Indoor Living (Remastered)
The Laughter Guns
Here's Where the Strings Come In (Remastered)
Incidental Music: 1991 - 1995
Driveway to Driveway
The First Part
On the Mouth (Remastered)
The Question Is How Fast
Tossing Seeds (Singles 89-91)
No Pocky for Kitty (Remastered)
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