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Tagsinfant, music, preschooler, toddler
Hello? Q is for Qbert? R is for robotic monkey that’s going to take over the world? This album by Kimya Dawson is a little gross, which helps to make up for the incredible overflow of tweeness that was unleashed upon the world when Dawson’s music was so heavily relied upon in the overhyped Juno. Many of these songs feature farts, turds, and pee. So chances are that your kid will love it. Luckily for you, the folksy sound, along with the obvious sense of irreverence Dawson imparts, will endear you to the quirky little album as well.
The album features 15 tracks, and will surely provide hours of family fun. Songs like “Pee Pee in the Potty,” if played repeatedly, will ensure that your children will rarely ever want to do such a thing. But then again, your child is probably a rebel in hundreds of ways already, so what difference will it make. Play “We’re all Animals,” and talk about how fun it would be have tons of body hair to keep you warm instead of having to wear clothes. Or check out “Seven Hungry Tigers,” which mentions a snaggle-toothed toenail. You can really describe this album in one word: weird. Which is pretty perfect!