Monday, July 25, 2005


Strange: Since 2001, Razor and Tie Records have been releasing a series of albums called "Kidz Bop," featuring children singing contemporary pop hits. The "adult" lyrical content of some of the rap and rock tunes they sing has generated plenty of one-star reviews on Amazon from upset parents, but the fact that they're up to Volume 8 means that someone's buying these enjoyable slices of pop perversions.

Stranger: They cover indie-rockers Franz Ferdinand's "Take Me Out."

Strangest: An adult male is singing along with the kids. Kinda creepy, like a grown-up playing with children in a sandbox.

Kidz Bop "Take Me Out"

(Thanks to Madena, and Stereogum.)


Anonymous said...

Here's the music video for Kidz Bop version of Since U Been Gone.

You might also want to check out the most awesomeness Kidz Bop versons of Modest Mouse's "Float On" and of course, Outkast's "Hey Ya" ... just disturbing.


Anonymous said...

Is it just me, or does trhe link not work?

Mr Fab said...

Took down the link after 5 days? DAMN, sorry peeps.