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Customer Reviews

Not Just for Kids

If you listen to the songs on this album and imagine that you can't understand English, you simply hear exceptional rock & roll. The coolest people will love this music, you think. Then you realize that they're singing "I am a paleontologist". But this album is NOT JUST FOR NERDS! This album is fun, cool, thoughtful, and intellectual at the same time. Why not rock & roll about science? Hurray for They Might Be Giants!

Another triumph!

TMBG have continued their streak of awesome kids albums with Here Comes Science. If you like what they've done thus far in their "Here Come..." series, you're going to love this.

BEST MUSIC FOR KIDS

Finally, an educational and fun set of music for kids! There are so many things out there for kids that are just terrible. They Might Be Giants has done a GREAT job with this offering of their typically wonderful music. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. Think you could write a song to help my kids memorize their math addition, subtraction and multiplication tables? If I have to keep listening to the high pitched, poorly arranged, badly recorded versions we have now I may hang myslef from my apron strings.

Biography

Formed: 1983 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Combining a knack for infectious melodies with a quirky sense of humor and a vaguely avant-garde aesthetic borrowed from the New York post-punk underground, They Might Be Giants became an unlikely alternative rock success story as they reinvented themselves throughout their career. Musically, John Flansburgh and John Linnell borrowed from everywhere, but this eclecticism was enhanced by their arcane sensibilities. The duo referenced everything from British Invasion to Tin Pan Alley, while making...
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