Star Trek Logo William Shatner Sings! Transformed Man

Here you'll find some of William Shatner's 'greatest hits', as heard on his 1968 album 'The Transformed Man'. But brace yourself, as they really are awful. Really, really awful. In fact, they are so awful that they're great!

Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds.mpga

Mr. Tambourine Man

The Transformed Man

Hamlet, It Was a Very Good Year


Here's Shatner's 1978 rendition of Elton John's 'Rocketman', which just has to be heard to be believed!

Rocketman


All-new! As a taster to Bill's new album, 'Has Been', due for release October 2004, here is his version of Pulp's 'Common People', sung with Joe Jackson! Su-perb!!



If that isn't enough for you, here is Leonard Nimoy's 'The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins', which, compared to Shatner's songs, isn't all that bad... it's even quite catchy... Erm, I think I need a lie down...

Leonard Nimoy - The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins


While we're on the subject of stars-that-really-shouldn't-be-allowed-to-sing, here's Nichelle Nichols singing the theme from 'Star Trek':

Nichelle Nichols - Star Trek


Finally, here's the classic how-the-heck-did-it-get-to-Number-One?! novelty record 'Star Trekkin' ' by The Firm. Enjoy!

The Firm - Star Trekkin'


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