She Blinded Me with Science" is a song by the English musician Thomas Dolby, released in 1982.
Blinded by Science was a successful 1982 EP by new wave/synthpop artist Thomas Dolby, made up of extended 12" single versions of songs from the 1982 album The Golden Age of Wireless. Four of the recordings had previously been released as two separate 12" remix discs in the UK - "She Blinded Me With Science" with "One of Our Submarines," and "Windpower" with "Flying North" (these two discs were also released as 7" singles containing their shorter versions).
Tracklist: 1. She Blinded Me With Science, 2. One Of Our Submarines, 3. Windpower, 4. Airwaves, 5. Flying North. 1. She Blinded Me With Science. 2. One Of Our Submarines.
Blinded By Science, 1987. The Flat Earth, 06:38. Mulu the Rain Forest, 05:04.
Photography By – Andrew Douglas. Producer – Thomas Morgan Dolby Robertson, Tim Friese-Greene (tracks: A1, A2, B3). Written-By – Thomas Dolby (tracks: A2 to B2). Other Versions (5 of 10) View All. Cat. Blinded By Science (12"). Harvest, Venice In Peril Records.
Thomas Morgan Robertson (born 14 October 1958), known by the stage name Thomas Dolby, is an English musician, producer, entrepreneur and teacher. He came to prominence in the 1980s, releasing hit singles including "She Blinded Me with Science" (1982) and "Hyperactive!" (1984). He has also worked in production and as a session musician. In the 1990s he founded a Silicon Valley sound technology company, Beatnik, whose technology was used to create the Nokia tune
She Blinded Me With Science.