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Title - Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star Lullaby Versions
Artist - Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock

Finally, the chance to bring the metal head in your child ou whilst they are still in the crib!

Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star, the company which creates beautiful lullaby versions of your favorite rock artists has just-released this incredible 'Lullaby Versions Of Slayer' via Roma Music Group.

Having done it for Nirvana, Sublime, Led Zeppelin, Nickelback, and even Metallica in the past, Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star simply take their songs and rerecord them into lullabies!

Complete with all those gently soothing sounds to make a baby go to sleep, this wonderful, highly inventive album starts with 'South Of Heaven,' before sliding into both 'Seasons In The Abyss' and then 'Spill The Blood.' And as much as these "titles" are not baby-minded, you can't help to think that - upon hearing these tracks - that any baby in the world would fall fast asleep to such beautiful, twinkling melodies.

As far removed from their original masters, every track on 'Lullaby Versions Of Slayer' may still come across to you as a musical muchness of a muchness; which is fair enough. I mean, all the same instruments are used on each track. The same baby-orientated listening vibe is their main thread. But what elevates it all is it genuinely sounds like some unknown Danish indie orchestra had come together to create these sounds for some unknown Danish indie film!

A film whose soundtrack would win accolades around the world!

The album, minus screaming Tom Araya vocals or Kerry King guitar solos, continues with 'World Painted Red,' 'Raining Blood,' 'Disciple,' 'Skeletons Of Society,' 'War Ensemble,' and then 'Dead Skin Mask.' Come the last three songs, 'Angel Of Death,' 'Hell Awaits' and finally 'Black Magic,' and it will take all your self-control not to hit play all over again!

OK, that's enough for now. Sleep tight everyone and don't let the bed bu..... zzzzzzz!