Showing posts from March, 2011

A Star Beyond Time (Ilia's Theme)

Even though I'd been on a bit of a Star Trek kick lately, I happened across this by chance -- a friend shared it with another friend on Facebook, and it showed up in the "Most Recent" section of the main page. When I first saw the post I thought it was a video with the theatrical track, which is a nice instrumental, but that's not what this is. I guess this was the single version (yes, they released a single version). Oh dear. I'm glad I decided to click "Play" before assuming it was the theatrical version and commenting with "I love this track". Oh, the humanity.

And did they really need to include the phrase "Star Trek" in the lyrics? Oh, it hurts, it hurts...

Enjoy the pain! Even though I'm posting this here, I have yet to sit through the whole thing (though YouTube resumed where I'd paused the track when I clicked on the link to view it directly on YouTube to get the embed code -- how nice of them. :/)

Happy 80th Birthday William Shatner

I've been on a bit of a Star Trek kick lately, and on my drive in this morning I was considering writing a bit about it here on my blog. And then I learned that today is William Shatner's 80th birthday, so that pretty much convinced me that it had to be done.

I'll be writing in more depth a bit later, but for now, here is a video by Maurice LeMarche, a voiceover actor (along with one of his Futurama cast mates), instructing us all on the intricacies of sounding like William Shatner. Enjoy!

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