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Tagspreschooler, punk, toddler
Like there was any doubt your love for the Ramones was on hiatus. Especially after seeing the 4-armed mohawked robot smashing the drums to the Blitzkrieg Bop. Brought back memories, right? Ah, but you’re a parent now. You’ve grown up. The kids should be listening to sweet lullabies and singing Kumbaya around the campfire. Right?
Wrong! We know parenting can sometimes be a (subterranean) jungle, but we’re here to help you trek through it while keeping your cool, by introducing your kids to one of the greatest groups that ever made music. Seriously, we don’t know how other parents keep their cool by playing those kids’ songs all day long—earplugs anybody?
Rockabye Baby: Lullaby Renditions of The Ramones CD features 12 songs you’ll love because of the sentimentality, and your little ones will love because it’ll put them right to sleep. Oh yes, to sleep—this has been toned waaay down for the littlies (don’t worry, this is just step one of their introduction into the Ramones world) with lullaby tunes the way they should be: originally performed by punk rockers.
Smiling to yourself as you remember your punk rock days (and then your emo days, and now the hipster ones), you’ll get a kick out of hearing your wee one hum along to the soothing tunes of I Wanna Be Sedated, Teenage Lobotomy and Judy Is A Punk (she really is, you know).