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Friday, December 6, 2013

Hair Metal Goes Lullaby Review

Sometimes putting the kids to sleep seems to make me more tired then them.  I need something to help my brain stay awake while soothing them and creating a calm environment.  

Mommy Moments  with Abby's Review of Hair Metal Goes Lullaby by Jammy Jams:  I grew up in the 80's so for me there is no avoiding the Hair Metal memories.  So, a CD of 80s songs that I grew up with is right up my alley.  Now, they have switched out the heavier sounds for a more soothing sound, but the same rhythm and beats that you are used to can be found.  This leaves you singing softly songs you remember to your little one, helping your brain to work.  I mean work, because if you are like me you will find yourself singing the main lyrics over and over trying to strain to remember what in the world the rest of the songs lyrics.  It is probably my only complaint about this compilation, that it doesn't include the lyrics.  Trying to remember them did keep me awake while soothing my little ones.  It has become sort of a personal challenge to come up with the rest of the lyrics besides the chorus to more than a few of these songs.  Check them out and challenge yourself, how well do you know your Hair Metal Bands?

Product Description
With their fourth release, “Hair Metal Goes Lullaby”, Jammy Jams elevates lullaby music to a whole new level of awesomeness. Whether you are a child of the 80s or are shopping for a little one born yesterday, these gentle lullabies will captivate and delight. You have to listen to believe that songs originally performed by heavy hitters like Mötley Crüe or Bon Jovi could be transformed into these incredibly peaceful and comforting arrangements. Like a hug from your best pair of spandex pants, Jammy Jams’ soothing sounds embrace, providing the reassurance needed for you or your little dream warrior to slip into a cozy slumber.

Track Listing:

1. Every Rose Has Its Thorn (originally by Poison)

2. Gypsy Road (originally by Cinderella)

3. Home Sweet Home (originally by Mötley Crüe)

4. I Remember You (originally by Skid Row)

5. Lay It Down (originally by Ratt)

6. Honestly (originally by Stryper)

7. Livin’ On A Prayer (originally by Bon Jovi)

8. Dream Warriors (originally by Dokken)

9. Jet City Women (originally by Queensrÿche)

10. Here I Go Again (originally by Whitesnake)

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