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  • poohliveslarge

    yeah, featuring Stephen Hawking on vocals

    last month
  • Xykoko

    woo

    February 2015
  • sentinel213

    Science Damn you, Time Child!

    December 2013
  • teguhprayoga

    fitter happier [3]

    November 2013
  • milfredcubiclex

    cringe-worthy

    October 2013
  • Sanity_Theorist

    HAIL MICROSOFT SAM [2]

    July 2013
  • sunjay140

    This is so awkward :S

    June 2013
  • fernbeard

    shit sux

    January 2013
  • Mizuhara

    Fitter happierish...

    January 2013
  • Gallifrey337

    The message of this song (and whole album) is so fucking true. People need to get out of the bronze age.

    October 2012
  • leighdobson

    Stephen Hawking metal.

    October 2012
  • andnino

    The statement of this track is a very rash one, one that doesn't seem to perceive that anti-rationalising movements are on the rise worldwide, that science does not have all the answers, and that preaching to science like to a god is equally silly as religious practices are.

    October 2012
  • logan_mac

    HAIL MICROSOFT SAM

    September 2012
  • G-Whore

    not debating the fact that it isn't stephen hawking, but i'm fairly sure that if they had asked him to do a short speach for a track he probably wouldn't be opposed to the idea, personally i think that would've been better, that or if they used to same voice they had on parts of planitary duality or the beginning of the instrumental on akeldama

    August 2012
  • STR002

    @SleepTerror_: Thanks

    August 2012
  • SleepTerror_

    The day is drawing near when all of mankind will bow to a new God, a God known as Knowledge, that will abolish the archaic belief systems designed for those who fear their own mortality. Science is on the verge of debunking the preposterous concepts of mythological superstitions and driving the world to a new age of self-empowerment. An age of unfathomable possibility, an age of prosperity, an age of universal advancement and understanding. An age in which the Faceless will have to say "We told you so"

    August 2012
  • Jekku666

    I have no idea what is the point of this track. Seems like they could've given it's spot for something better instead. I guess the meaning could be deciphered if you'd actually hear what MS Sam is saying

    August 2012
  • STR002

    Did anyone understand the whole text, MS Sam is saying? Please post it!

    August 2012
  • thehatchet777

    I agree, the microsoft sam voice sounds fucking dumb as shit. should have done something else

    August 2012
  • SleepTerror_

    I know who stephen hawking is, why would that make me mad? It's not the actual Stephen hawking, it's just a replica of sound. Highly doubt the faceless would get in contact with Stephen Hawking to do vocals for a tech metal band. lol. Googled and nothing that he did, so I learned something. It's a replica, and it still sounds like microsoft sam. I can't seem to grasp what your point is.

    August 2012
  • BTBAMowns111

    yeah this is basically a classical Fitter Happier with an extremely subjective and somewhat egotistical message. It sounds cool before Hymn Of Sanity but it isn't a huge joy to listen to. &why would Hawking do guest vox on a tech metal bands song, more importantly how would the faceless get him to do them? Thinking is good for you

    August 2012
  • danielskuk

    i believe that is stephen hawking talking through his computer. umad sleeperror? try googling "stephen hawking", you might even learn something

    August 2012
  • SleepTerror_

    umad Jonte? Congrats for enjoying random microsoft sam robotic voice over a nice orchestral sounding interlude. I'll stay quiet so you can enjoy that noise over music. Carry on.

    August 2012
  • JonteJH

    SleepTerror_ is dumb

    August 2012
  • postmortemdecay

    Stephen Hawking ftw.

    August 2012
  • SleepTerror_

    Dumb. Waste of space on the album, maybe at least remove the stupid microsoft sam voice.

    August 2012
  • silentbodom91

    we OK Computer now

    August 2012