The band They Might Be Giants have just released a fantastic and fun album called Here Comes Science that praises all things science, skeptic, and anti-woo. You’re going to looove the tunes, and the CD comes with bonus videos for every song. Check out their live tour (many locations have family-friendly shows!).

Track List:

  1. Science Is Real
  2. Meet the Elements
  3. I Am a Paleontologist w/Danny Weinkauf
  4. The Bloodmobile
  5. Electric Car w/Robin Goldwasser
  6. My Brother the Ape
  7. What Is a Shooting Star?
  8. How Many Planets?
  9. Why Does the Sun Shine?
  10. Why Does the Sun Really Shine?
  11. Roy G. Biv
  12. Put It to the Test
  13. Photosynthesis
  14. Cells
  15. Speed and Velocity w/Marty Beller
  16. Computer Assisted Design
  17. Solid Liquid Gas
  18. Here Comes Science Bonus Track
  19. The Ballad of Davy Crockett (in Outer Space)

“Put It to the Test”

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3 thoughts on “Here Comes Science!”

stuffed · September 28, 2009 at 2:37 am

This is pretty cute and sweet I am gunna have to buy the cd if not for the music itself then for the awesome vids, lyrics and the novelty. Good pick up Godlessgirl. Im sold. Haha.

    godlessgirl · September 28, 2009 at 4:46 pm

    I love the melodic, light-hearted tone. It is youthful, but not in a way that turns me off as an adult. I'm glad you dig it!

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