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Kidz Bop 21


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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful
DEAR MUSIC APPRECIATORS Feb. 1 2012
By Andrew H. Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Dear Music Appreciators,

Much parental fuss has been made over KIDZ BOP. This is a music series by a record label called Razor & Tie that has been around for about ten years. Every year they release a couple of compilation CDs and up to four "special collection" CDs (such as "Kidz Bop Sings The Beatles"). The main concept is kids performing "kid-friendly" versions of Top 40 songs. "Today's Biggest Hits Sung By Kids For Kids" as the album cover proclaims. Some parents think this is great and some parents are horrified, what with all the sex, drugs, and rock and roll (but especially sex) vibes that are woven into many of today's top pop songs (and to have children listening to other children singing this filth...oh, the horror!)

I shall now throw in my two cents for what it's worth:

I am a reasonably religious and relatively respectable father of two. I think this stuff is fine and I can see why kids of a certain age or a certain phase might lap it up. The songs are edited to a degree and the kid performers turn in fairly quality performances.

Although the series is aimed at music fans 5-12, I would think it would hold the greatest appeal for the 5-9 range - a time when many kids will be more interested in the beats and the feel of the music - a time when kids just want something that sounds fun and cool that they can dance to. And "Today's Biggest Hits" certainly have plenty of big danceable beats that will blow the usual kiddie songs out of the water.

Many 10-12 year olds will already have moved on to the genuine article and for those that haven't, more power to them and their parents - they should keep listening to stuff like KIDZ BOP while they still can. And for kids that will be off and running on their own before you know it anyway, I see any kind of last remaining filters between them and the adult world as a good thing and not a bad thing.

Kudos to any parent for being too careful rather than not careful enough, but I say let the kids bop to the KIDZ BOP - the young ones probably just want to dance and the older ones should be commended for wanting to enjoy "kid-friendly" media for as long as possible.

Sincerely,

Constant Listener
16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Perhaps not ideal - but it's good music Feb. 3 2012
By J. Marvel - Published on Amazon.com
I have to admit, in a perfect world, my children would listen to classical music, contemporary Christian, perhaps some instrumental jazz, and so on. However, for the tween in my house, this is a good compromise. She likes the driving beat and the up-to-date song list. I like that it's at least partially cleaned up. Compared to the garbage that comes pouring in from many radio stations, this is not bad.

For those who would complain about little kids hearing or singing along to songs like Edge of Glory... please think back just a bit to your own childhood. Now, I don't know about you, but I grew up singing songs like Puff the Magic Dragon. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. Even a little Def Leppard (Pour Some Sugar on Me - yowza). Never thought a thing of it. Sure didn't grow up to be a pothead because I unknowingly sang about Puff the Marijuana Dragon. Didn't become promiscuous because I sang along with Def Leppard. Never even picked up on the underlying meanings, not until years later.

Bottom line: the kids performing on this album are reasonably talented. The songs are well-chosen to appeal to kids. It's not too painful for an adult to listen to (especially after years of toddler tunes played ad nauseum). So, all in all, this one gets my thumbs-up.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
It's a hit!! April 1 2012
By Nina C Guercio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My daughter is slightly obsessed with this CD. The production is good, they sound similar to the radio versions but like kids. I appreciate that the songs are very current but edited to be more age appropriate.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Perfect for the tween age April 10 2012
By ryan - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased this for my nieces birthday bash this year and it turned out being more than i had asked for the music is very close to the original and in some instances better. Its perfect cause they use kids of the same age and the language is safe for small ears!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great March 18 2012
By HByrd - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
My 6, 7, and 9 year olds love this edition. I like it too. They did a good job making they lyrics kid-friendly.

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