MC Hawking: Music Video

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Thanks to everyone who reviewed this video. It was a lot of work and it's great to see that so many people appreciate it.

To answer a few questions that seem to come up over and over again in the comments: The CD is really available (you can get it at Amazon by clicking on the audio link on the left), I created the song including the music and lyrics, lastly the video is not meant to be anti-christian specifically, it is anti-fundamentalist-reli
gion, be that christian, muslim, jewish, newage or whatever. When taken to the extreme (as fundamentalists do) all religions are equally foolish and dangerous.

Anyway, tahnks again for all the great reviews and comments.


Chizzy-check it!

This is the first official video of off the Hawkman's new album 'A Brief History of Rhyme: MC Hawking's Greatest Hits'. It's for the song 'What We Need More Of Is Science' and represents a massive amount of my time and the time of several people without which I could not have made this video. Specifically:

Nate Sands - Nate did most of the art for this project and helped with the script.

Tony Moore - Tony did the rest of the art.

Dave Mitchell - Dave did the voice of the Fundamentalist and the narrator.

I would also like to thank Newgrounds, Brash Music and the gravitational pull of the moon.

All right, that's it. Vote early and often!


Awesome Music Video

I totally agree with you regarding fundamentalists. Anything in general taken to the extreme is never good. Be it religion, medication, food, or anything.
The lyrics are awesome, and the beat kicks ass.
Good Job and keep up the good work

That was awesome!

Great job!


I very much enjoyed watching that. Great work!

Excellent Job.

This is one of the best movies I have seen in a long time. You did an excellent job.

man that rocked!! go steven hawking


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4.18 / 5.00

Apr 26, 2005
7:03 AM EDT
Music Video
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