Greasy Kid Stuff: Songs From Inside the Radio
Hi-Fi for small fry! The best of 'Greasy Kid Stuff', the WFMU hit Saturday morning radio show. Broadcast weekly throughout the New York City area, this playfully ironic take on kids' music is now available for the first time ever on CD. Many of its songs.confidental.2004.
,,, An alternative to...mind-numbing Disney pop...genuinely safe, sweet, and fun collection...could not be recommended any higher for parents. -- All Music Guide, June 2002
...spunky...sure to please most tweenage fans of alternative music. -- Parenting Magazine, November 2002
This collection is like Frosted Flakes--targeted to the young uns, but still delicious for grown-ups. -- Fufkin.com, June 2002
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 5.75 x 0.45 inches; 3.07 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Confidential (Bur400
- Original Release Date : 2002
- Date First Available : February 9, 2007
- Label : Confidential (Bur400
- ASIN : B000066BTM
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #501,008 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Tony Burillo's "There's A New Sound(The Sound of Worms") is a strange, catchy and slightly haunting tune. The Happiest Guys in the World's, "You Can Make a Difference If You Try, Try Try" is an upbeat anthem, and a pretty good blueprint for life. James Kochalka's "Monkey vs. Robot" is hilarious and Michael Shelly's ode to toothbrushing,"Thats Where the Plaque Is" will make every kid want to brush and floss each day. And to top it all off, Barbara Manning and the SF Seals "Kids Pirate Ship" is just plain fun.
My only quarrel with this is CD that it isn't twice as long. I can think of another 50 songs that deserve to be included. I hope there is a "Songs From Inside the Radio II" in the future.