Clare and The Reasons “Pluto” Video

By April 14, 2010Misc, Music, RIK.TV

Muhsinah put me onto Clare and The Reasons (Oliver!) the other night by sending me this video. Now I’m hooked. The sliding! This song is about Pluto! I say hunt down their albums Arrow and The Movie if you like this.

There’s a version of this song in French on the album The Movie as well. You can see them perform this live after the jump.

I miss when white people used to sing like this haha. All downhill when they started trying to sing like “us”.


That was a joke. Calm down.

FWMJ

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  • Charles Darwin says:

    Meh, this is pretty good, not usually into this kind of stuff but it completely sets a mood.

  • Charles Darwin says:

    Meh, not really into it but this song I provided the link for is pretty damn good, not usually into this kind of stuff but it completely sets a mood.

  • FWMJ says:

    man, eff yall. this is dope!

  • lisa says:

    I’m diggin’ this song and clare and the reasons, it’s such a dope groove…

  • This is a beautiful song, and it is appropriate to note that Pluto IS still a planet. Only four percent of the IAU voted on the controversial demotion, and most are not planetary scientists. Their decision was immediately opposed in a formal petition by hundreds of professional astronomers led by Dr. Alan Stern, Principal Investigator of NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto. Stern and like-minded scientists favor a broader planet definition that includes any non-self-luminous spheroidal body in orbit around a star. The spherical part is important because objects become spherical when they attain a state known as hydrostatic equilibrium, meaning they are large enough for their own gravity to pull them into a round shape. This is a characteristic of planets and not of shapeless asteroids and Kuiper Belt Objects. Pluto meets this criterion and is therefore a planet. Under this definition, our solar system has 13 planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris.

  • FWMJ says:

    Laurel: you are awesome! thanks for your post/comment/planetary schooling session!

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