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Merry Newtonmas LW. Have some rationalist music.

24 Post author: Spurlock 25 December 2011 03:41PM

Related to: So You've Changed Your Mind

Basically my band did an album whose theme was "change your mind", largely inspired by the LW sequence. It's not Bayes Theorem in rhyming form, but the subject matter and spirit of it should (hopefully) resonate with LW readers.

Anyway, for obvious reasons I'm curious what you'll think of it, and so in the spirit of giving here's a direct link to download the album for free. If you don't want to download the whole thing immediately, you can also stream each song via Bandcamp.

Sound-wise, you'll probably like it if you like 90s rock/pop/alternative. 

Comments (7)

Comment author: atucker 25 December 2011 11:38:18PM 2 points [-]

Awesome, thanks, I really like it!

Also, here are lyrics if anyone wants them: http://www.squidrock.com/lyrics.php

Comment author: Armok_GoB 25 December 2011 07:44:49PM 2 points [-]

Not my genre, but I'm sure it's great to those who like that kind of thing! Upvoted for making rationality art!

Comment author: Sush 27 December 2011 05:21:38PM 1 point [-]

Hey thanks this is really great! I wish there were bands like this around where I live, it be so much more awesome (awesome^10000).

Best band name/logo ever btw. Gonna be sharing your youtube videos all over social networkland now!!

Comment author: Spurlock 28 December 2011 05:41:24PM 1 point [-]

Thanks!

The band name is a result of imagining Doctor Phil turning into a Squid, but deciding to keep his show.

Comment author: michaelcurzi 25 December 2011 11:21:51PM 1 point [-]

Lmao, I am so glad this happened. 50 seconds through the first song, I'm enjoying this enough to download the full album. Thanks for sharing!

Comment author: Solvent 30 December 2011 10:56:02AM 0 points [-]

I enjoyed that a lot.

Comment author: Raemon 25 December 2011 08:57:43PM *  0 points [-]

Thanks!