The music on Here Comes Science is by and large a little less off-the-wall and casually profound than those on Here Come The 123s, but there’s still something cheering about hearing kid-friendly songs that promote evolution, or one that notes how much of living matter can be reduced to a few common elements.
JoelF.Oct 3, 2009Since I'm a huge TMBG fan, I can enjoy this album and dvd with my 2 - year - old daughter, who learned her ABCs and 123s with the first two in this vein. It's a joy to hear her quote things like "photosynthesis", and "paleontologist.… Expand
BenH.Sep 29, 2009Amazing album as always.
MatthewE.Sep 29, 2009Quite annoying.
|Sound System [Box Set] - The Clash|
|The Warner Bros. Years [Box Set] - Steve Earle|
|American Radical Patriot [Box Set] - Woody Guthrie|
|Live at the Academy of Music 1971 - The Band|
|Sunbather - Deafheaven|
|Higher! [Box Set] - Sly & the Family Stone|
|The Island Years [Box Set] - John Martyn|
|Spaces - Nils Frahm|
|The Finer Things - The State Champs|
|Moondance [Deluxe Edition] - Van Morrison|
|12 Stories - Brandy Clark|
|Loud City Song - Julia Holter|
|Memorial - Russian Circles|
|In Utero [20th Anniversary Edition] - Nirvana|
|The RCA Albums Collection - Harry Nilsson|
|Southeastern - Jason Isbell|
|Virgins - Tim Hecker|
|All Hail West Texas [Reissued] - The Mountain Goats|
|Is Survived By - Touche Amore|
|American Ride - Willie Nile|