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''No!'' is the ninth studio album by the alternative rock band They Might Be Giants, released in 2002 on Rounder Records. It is their first album of children's music.

Retaining the eclecticism, humor and psychedelic sensibilities of their adult work, the lyrical stylings are decidedly different: the darker themes of death and depression have been replaced with songs extolling the virtues of imagination, taste buds and sleep. However, it is described on the back of the CD as TMBG's first album "for the entire family," and many songs appeal to older audiences unlike those by most mainstream children's music artists such as Raffi. The album contains a cover of Vic Mizzy's safety song "In the Middle, In the Middle, In the Middle" sung by Robin Goldwasser.

''No!'' was released as an enhanced CD; while it plays normally in any CD audio player, it features a CD-ROM portion as well, providing the listener with flash animations and interactive games. - Wikipedia