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Here Comes Science
They Might Be Giants
Here Comes Science
Genres: Pop, Children's Music
 
  •  Track Listings (19) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (19) - Disc #2

This 2 disc CD+DVD set from GRAMMY® winners, They Might Be Giants creates a new creative way for kids to learn. Here Comes Science, follows up their successful past two children's albums Here Come the ABCs and GRAMMY® winn...  more »

      
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All Artists: They Might Be Giants
Title: Here Comes Science
Members Wishing: 14
Total Copies: 0
Label: Disney Sound
Original Release Date: 1/1/2009
Re-Release Date: 9/8/2009
Album Type: CD+DVD
Genres: Pop, Children's Music
Styles: Disney, Educational
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 050087148997

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This 2 disc CD+DVD set from GRAMMY® winners, They Might Be Giants creates a new creative way for kids to learn. Here Comes Science, follows up their successful past two children's albums Here Come the ABCs and GRAMMY® winner Here Come the 123s. With songs like Electric Car, Photosynthesis and Solid Liquid Gas (among others) kids will learn about science while having fun. The album features 19 songs and 19 entertaining videos.

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CD Reviews

Catchy Science Music
Jason S. Schneiderman | NYC | 09/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"While not a kid, I am a fan of TMBG, a scientist and I love this album. There are too few songs for kids done by good musicians about some of the most wonderful things about the world around us. The videos add a level of detail without weighing down the music or the level of fun. What particularly impressed me about the album is that it is more then just a series of facts set to song. The songs "Why Does the Sun Shine?" and "Why Does the Sun Really Shine?" TMBG captures the self-correcting nature of science, while "Science is Real" and "Put it to the Test" convey that science is an active ongoing process.
I highly recommend this album to parents out there, as well as science fans of all ages."
Catchy, educational, AND cheap??
J. F. Halsey | North Carolina, USA | 09/10/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Just got this album in today and already I'm raving about it. The songs are fun and catchy, but the real deal-closer for me was the DVD. Over 45 minutes long, every single track on the CD has an animated video, each in a different creative style, that really bring the educational part home for the younger viewers. I have a daughter who is 4, and watching her stare with rapt attention as the "bloodmobile" explained how the cardiovascular system carries oxygen, nutrients, white blood cells, hormones, and waste to the different parts of the body--and seeing that she was really getting it--is incredibly rewarding. Or "Meet the Elements"... it's a bit too advanced for a 4 year old, but I can tell that she is at least getting some groundwork laid down in the basic concepts--that everything, and everyone, is made up of the same "stuff".


As a huge "fan" of science (I read science blogs while my coworkers check out ESPN), I can't tell you how fantastic it feels to have an entire album dedicated to, *ahem*, "singing the praises" of everything from anatomy to geology, astrophysics to zoology, the Big Bang to DNA. When I was a little kid, I was a little too late for Sagan's COSMOS, but I would watch hours of this silly little HBO show called ENCYCLOPEDIA, where they did silly sketches and songs about a lot of science facts and history. I know my fascination for learning new things about the How's and Why's of the world were, in part, kindled at that early age by such educational entertainment. I can't tell you how much it thrills me to see my kids starting on the same path of knowledge and discovery.

Thank you, John and John."
Catchy songs with a good message.
Michael Lawson | 09/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"TMBG's biggest strength is their ability to make music that people of all generations can enjoy. It's rare that I find an album of kid's music that is tolerable, let alone something that I'll actually listen to on my own time -- "Here Comes the Science" is definitely the later."