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Tracklist:
1. Zoom a Little Zoom (Rocket Ship)
2. What Is the Milky Way?
3. Constellation Jig
4. Beep, Beep! (Here Comes the Satellite)
5. Why Does the Sun Shine?
6. What Is a Shooting Star?
7. Longitude and Latitude
8. It's a Scientific Fact
9. Ballad of Sir Isaac Newton
10. Friction
11. Why Are Stars of Different Colors?
12. Why Do the Stars Twinkle?
13. What Is Gravity?
14. Planet Minuet
15. Why Go up There?
16. It's a Magnet
17. Vibration
18. We Know the Air is There (Hi, Ho, Fiddle Dee Dee)
19. We're Making Heat
20. Ice is a Solid
21. Why do I Have a Shadow?
22. Rocks and Gems and Minerals
23. The Earth Goes Around the Sun
24. Why is it Raining Raindrops?
25. Where Does the Sun Go at Night?
26. What's Inside Our Earth?
27. Where Does the Sun Rise?
28. How Many Colors Are in the Rainbow?
29. Who's Afraid of Thunder?
30. It's a Magnet (Reprise)
31. Introduction to Nature Study
32. Why Do Leaves Change Their Color?
33. What Are the Parts of a Tree?
34. What Is an Insect? (Cricket in a Thicket)
35. What Is a Mammal?
36. How Do the Fish Swim?
37. Song of the Rocks
38. The Birds Have a Language
39. How Does a Bird Sing?
40. What Does a Bird Have that I Have Not?
41. How Silk Is Made
42. What's in the Ocean?
43. How Do the Seeds of Plants Travel?
44. The Balance of Nature
45. Metamorphosis
46. How Does a Frog Become a Frog?
47. What is an Animal? (What is a Plant?)
48. Bobo the Bear (The Hibernation Song)
49. Song of the Fossils
50. How Does a Cow Make Milk?
51. Eohippus (The Evolution of the Horse)
52. The Conservation Song
53. Why Is the Sky Blue?
54. What Makes a Rainbow?
55. Let's Wander Through the Seasons
56. Why Does a Bee Bzzz?
57. What are the Parts of a Flower?
58. The Face of the Earth is Changing
59. What Is Energy? (Part I)
60. Grand Coulee Dam (How Energy Changes Its Form)
61. E-Lec-Tri-City
62. Engines (Mechanical Energy)
63. Solar Energy
64. Energy in Roundabout Ways
65. What Is Energy? (Part II)
66. Kinetic and Potential Energy
67. Energy and Motion Songs, Jets (Action and Reaction)
68. Ultra Violet and Infra Red
69. What Is Chemical Energy?
70. How Do We Measure Energy?
71. Motion, Motion, Everywhere
72. Thumbnail Introduction to Atomic Energy
73. What Makes the Weather? - What Is the Atmosphere?
74. Where Is the Stratosphere?
75. The Water Cycle Song
76. Why Does the Wind Blow?
77. How Clouds Are Formed
78. Warm Fronts, Cold Fronts
79. What Is Humidity?
80. The Hurricane Song
81. Why Is It Hot in the Summer?
82. Highs and Lows
83. What Makes the Lightning?
84. Stratus and Cumulus
85. Snowflake, Snowflake
86. What Does the Glass of a Greenhouse Do?
87. What Is Climate?
88. What Makes the Weather? (Reprise)

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After around five record of listening to a song, your reins rouse to match the beat of the music, or is at least heavily influenced by that beat. This is appeal to “entrainment”, and explicate why Weightless (YouTube, Spotify) originate at 60 beats per minute, later sluggish to 50 beats per minute. This lowered heart charge naturally entice to a fall in blood pressure and mitigated anxiety.


After around five record of listening to a song, your reins rouse to match the beat of the music, or is at least heavily influenced by that beat. This is appeal to “entrainment”, and explicate why Weightless (YouTube, Spotify) originate at 60 beats per minute, later sluggish to 50 beats per minute. This lowered heart charge naturally entice to a fall in blood pressure and mitigated anxiety.

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we got a nap Among other things, Karl contributes with a whole genre, "Singing Science", as you know listen to here ("Engines" is a favorite). The songs, also called "Ballads for the Age of


When I was inception to imprint going “Golden Age,” I was obtainable to become the annotation that TV On The Radio never otherwise sounded that fickle, that contagious — and then I remembered “Second Song.” I’d still controvert that “Golden Age” is as likely as not the stripe’s purest soda pop song, but the refrain of “Second Song” is a force to be settle with. Three years on from the release of Nine Types Of Light, this thing still gets thrust in my promontory all the repetition, unbidden and randomly. But while it’s perhaps the stripe’s separate catchiest canzonet, there’s still some counterintuitive qualities to it, starting but not terminative with the reality that it’s an opener cheekily titled “Second Song.” When “Second Song” set about, it evince no token that it’s construction up to its slinky chorus. Rather, it’s all organ and meditative complain-speak. When it peals uncovered into that chorus, it’s relate to retrieve a sense, of being jog: oh, uh-huh, there’s this way to perceive the the. The composite ability should observe furrow together, but there’s an adroitly designed slow-construct from each verse to that chorus — a unimportant uptick in the drum part, carefully placed pianoforte chords, and of road, Adebimpe’s rising “Ooh-oohs,” the sign that the whole luggage’s about to flower outwards and upwards. At this point, TV On The Radio was making this seem facile. “Second Song” is, after all, constructed on wander elements they’d already perfected elsewhere — the synth, the synth-y end right, the flinch rhythms. But there’s no problem to ennoble rather than indefinitely overhauling your sound if it results in songs this indelible.

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It was a little of a toss up for this hold between a few of the volition cuts from Nine Types Of Light. For a while there, it was almost “You” or the proggy-folk of “Killer Crane,” but I went with my favorite from the protuberate of songs that all told a uniform story: Nine Types Of Light is the mellowest TV On The Radio let go yet, and the first where the ballads are the comfortable highlights. It seems like this is part of what turned some older fanner off of the album, but whatever — TV On The Radio deed these exotic, synth-y ballads is a commendable look as they close in on 40. “Will Do,” like “You,” comes off as a love verse on the surface, another modern-ish anticipate for the band. It’s rich in a gentler street than the street they used to stack frenetic samisen over frenetic guitar. They’ve hit a point where they’re OK being straight-up beautiful without having to handle good-lookingness into whatever unforeseen direct. And that’s indifferent, forwhy “Will Do” still whole like the future anyway.


After around five record of listening to a song, your reins rouse to match the beat of the music, or is at least heavily influenced by that beat. This is appeal to “entrainment”, and explicate why Weightless (YouTube, Spotify) originate at 60 beats per minute, later sluggish to 50 beats per minute. This lowered heart charge naturally entice to a fall in blood pressure and mitigated anxiety.


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After around five record of listening to a song, your reins rouse to match the beat of the music, or is at least heavily influenced by that beat. This is appeal to “entrainment”, and explicate why Weightless (YouTube, Spotify) originate at 60 beats per minute, later sluggish to 50 beats per minute. This lowered heart charge naturally entice to a fall in blood pressure and mitigated anxiety.


After around five record of listening to a song, your reins rouse to match the beat of the music, or is at least heavily influenced by that beat. This is appeal to “entrainment”, and explicate why Weightless (YouTube, Spotify) originate at 60 beats per minute, later sluggish to 50 beats per minute. This lowered heart charge naturally entice to a fall in blood pressure and mitigated anxiety.


When I was inception to imprint going “Golden Age,” I was obtainable to become the annotation that TV On The Radio never otherwise sounded that fickle, that contagious — and then I remembered “Second Song.” I’d still controvert that “Golden Age” is as likely as not the stripe’s purest soda pop song, but the refrain of “Second Song” is a force to be settle with. Three years on from the release of Nine Types Of Light, this thing still gets thrust in my promontory all the repetition, unbidden and randomly. But while it’s perhaps the stripe’s separate catchiest canzonet, there’s still some counterintuitive qualities to it, starting but not terminative with the reality that it’s an opener cheekily titled “Second Song.” When “Second Song” set about, it evince no token that it’s construction up to its slinky chorus. Rather, it’s all organ and meditative complain-speak. When it peals uncovered into that chorus, it’s relate to retrieve a sense, of being jog: oh, uh-huh, there’s this way to perceive the the. The composite ability should observe furrow together, but there’s an adroitly designed slow-construct from each verse to that chorus — a unimportant uptick in the drum part, carefully placed pianoforte chords, and of road, Adebimpe’s rising “Ooh-oohs,” the sign that the whole luggage’s about to flower outwards and upwards. At this point, TV On The Radio was making this seem facile. “Second Song” is, after all, constructed on wander elements they’d already perfected elsewhere — the synth, the synth-y end right, the flinch rhythms. But there’s no problem to ennoble rather than indefinitely overhauling your sound if it results in songs this indelible.

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