Crazy ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ Musical Mix


This might be the craziest and most wonderful musical ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ creation ever.

This amazing musical mix takes Jean-Luc Picard and Data’s songs and speeches and mashes them together with a catchy beat to create something truly special. There have been a lot of fun musical mixes made with Star Trek clips before, obviously Picard singing “Make It So” to the tune of “Let it Snow” is the greatest, but this may give that great spoof a run for its money.

YouTube page Pogo is an expert in creating fun musical mixes, but they really outdid themselves with this Star Trek: The Next Generation jam. The song contains some great moments from TNG.

Seriously, you have to boldly go on this musical adventure for yourself.

Here’s the description from YouTube:

"Temba, his arms wide! In Tamarian this signifies the giving of a gift, first heard in the excellent episode Darmok. Data & Picard is my tribute to one of the greatest TV series of all time. It is an original track featuring the voices of Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Commander Data (Brent Spiner), accompanied by a music video I shot entirely in my living room with a green screen and lights.The track opens with the Klingon Victory Song, followed by a remix of Data singing Che Gelida Manina in the episode ‘In Theory’. This episode was the first ever to be directed by Patrick Stewart and I didn’t realize this until after the track was finished"

The fact that all this was created in a living room with a green screen and some lights is truly amazing. Well done, well done indeed.

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