|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Get Wet||12||Audio||2001||Island Records|
|3||Tear It Up||6||Audio||2003-07-15||Island Records|
|4||I Get Wet||12||Audio||2002-03-26||Island Records|
|5||The Wolf||12||Audio||2003-09-09||Island Records|
|6||Close Calls With Brick Walls||23||Audio||2006-09-18||Dope Entertainment|
|7||She Is Beautiful||3||Audio||2002||Island Def Jam Music Group|
|8||Andrew W.K.||6||Audio||2001||Island Def Jam Music Group|
|9||She Is Beautiful||4||Audio||2002||Mercury|
|11||I Get Wet||12||Audio||2001||Island Records|
|12||We Want Fun||3||Audio||2002|
|13||Close Calls With Brick Walls||27||Audio||2007-08-28||Load Records|
|14||I Get Wet||12||Audio||2002-03-26||Island Records|
|15||Universal Music Publishing Group Presents Andrew W.K.||5||Audio||2006||Universal Music Publishing Group|
|16||A Wild Pear||7||Audio||2009|
|17||Gundam Rock||16||Audio||2009-09-09||Universal Strategic Marketing Japan|
|18||We Got A Groove / Prophetic Visions Of The Coming End Times||2||Audio||2009||Volcom Ent. Vinyl Club|
|19||Party Til You Puke||6||Audio||2000||Bulb Records|
|20||She Is Beautiful / We Want Fun||2||Audio||2002|
|21||55 Cadillac||8||Audio||2009-09-08||Ecstatic Peace!|
|22||I'm A Vagabond||3||Audio||2010-02-15|
|23||Damn! The Mixtape Vol. 1||24||Audio||2009-05-25||Skyscraper Music Maker|
|24||Close Calls With Brick Walls / Mother Of Mankind||41||Audio||2010-03-22||STEEV MIKE|
|25||We Want Fun||4||Audio||2002||Island Records|
|26||Close Calls With Brick Walls||21||Audio||2006-07-05||Universal International|
|27||She Is Beautiful||3||Audio||2002||Island Records|
|28||The Wolf||14||Audio||2003-08-27||Island Records|
|30||We Want Fun||3||Audio||2002||American Recordings|
|31||55 Cadillac||8||Audio||2009-09-07||Skyscraper Music Maker|
|32||Ultra X-treme||25||Audio||Invisible Halahup|
|34||The "Party All Goddamn Night" EP||7||Audio||2011|
|35||Never Let Down||3||Audio||2003-09-09||Island Def Jam Music Group|
|36||The Zen Of Positive Partying||18||Audio||2002||Wonder Boy Records|
|37||Party Til You Puke||6||Audio||2000||Academy Records (8)|
|38||I Get Wet||26||Audio||2012-09-25|
|39||I Get Wet||30||Audio||2012-08-28|
|40||Premium Collection - The Very Best So Far||19||Audio||2008||Universal International|
|41||Premium Collection - The Japan Covers||14||Audio||2008||Universal International|
|42||The Journal Of Popular Noise Vol. 1 Issues 13 - 15 Spring/Summer 2009||9||Audio||2009||Journal Of Popular Noise|
|43||I Get Wet||12||Audio||2001||Island Records|
|44||Party Hard||2||Audio||2001||Island Def Jam Music Group|
|45||The Wolf||20||Audio||2003-08-27||Island Records|
|46||Premium Collection||35||Audio||2008-11-26||Universal International|
|47||Kiseki||2||Audio||2008-08-20||Universal Music K.K.|
|48||I Was Born To Love You||4||Audio||2011-01-19||Universal Music LLC|
|49||Party All Goddamn Night||3||Audio||2011-03-16||Steev Mike|
|50||Party Hard||3||Audio||2001||Island Def Jam Music Group|
Andrew W.K. was born May 9, 1979 in Stanford, California, and grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
At age 4, he began learning classical piano at The University of Michigan School of Music. He attended the private college preparatory Greenhills School for middle school before attending the alternative Community High School from 1993–1997, where he studied jazz keyboard.
In 1993, when he was 14, Andrew joined the band Slam, later to be called Reverse Polarity. His first public recording, "Mr. Surprise", came out on the [r=2408092] compilation released by the [l66706] label (now known as [l42560]) out of Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Over the next 5 years he was in many different bands in Michigan such as [a2792682], [a818345], [a966073], [a407960], [a1238424], The Portly Boys, [a1957355], [a220702], Stormy Rodent, a later iteration of Scheme, the Malt Lickers, [a655024], and [a1892424]. In 1994 he also started a group called [a852668], later making it a solo project titled AAB, which ended in 1998, when Andrew moved from Ypsilanti to New York City. Later in 1998, his first official solo release as Andrew Wilkes-Krier, titled [r=1715858], was released on the Brighton (later Ann Arbor) noise/experimental label [l21058].
In 2005, Andrew announced that he would begin performing as a self-help, new age motivational speaker. He accepted invitations to speak at Yale University, New York University, The University of Wisconsin, Carnegie Mellon University, The Cooper Union, Missouri Western State University, and Northeastern University.
At the end of 2007 Andrew accepted an invitation to produce a new album, [m=159423], for veteran reggae artist [a41272]. The two had met when Andrew interviewed Perry for DirecTV.
In April 2008 Andrew performed live at Roadburn with [a95998]'s [a33801], playing bass. This show was documented on the [m=119198] release. He also contributed vocals to the 2009 album [m=146705].
In Spring of 2008, Andrew and three partners opened a multi-level nightclub and live concert hall in downtown Manhattan, New York City. The venue is named Santos Party House, and features 8,000 square feet of dance floor and concert facilities, and over 150 loud-speakers.
In February 2009, Andrew found a loophole in his contractual constraints and formed the record label [l176159], based in London, England and Manhattan, New York City. The second release on the label was Andrew's album of "spontaneous solo piano improvisations", entitled [m=375111].
In the Summer of 2009, the Cartoon Network announced that Andrew would be hosting and creating music for a new live-action TV program called [i]Destroy Build Destroy[/i]. The show features Andrew working with two teams of teenagers, competing to "blow stuff up and use the wreckage to build amazing machines". The show premiered on June 20, 2009.