Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Earplugs Not Required

Okay, maybe I have been out of the Mommy track for too long, but this recent find made me feel...well, really old.

After a few listens, I think I might just buy it for myself. It's rather cool!

What's next?

Body art for Bambinos?

Hair mousse for duck fuzz?


Anonymous said...

Ha! I don't think I would ever have imagined the word "timeless" describing a Metallica song.

Going in the totally opposite direction, I suppose everyone has seen the Zimmers video by now. If not:


SpookyRach said...

oh, my. I find that just a wee bit DISTURBING. Woah.

Mommies sometimes scare me really badly.

(Just got your email. Haven't seen the commercials yet, but I will this evening.)

Trace said...

Well, I kinda' like Metallica. Some of their stuff is really great. BUT, I never imagined sharing them with baby as a lullaby.

I wouldn't mind having the lullaby album for me though.

Whisky Prajer said...

What a weird little novelty item. Kinda reminds me of planetarium music.

Janie said...

That's wild. I'll have to buy that for some of "new mommy" friends.

Loved the commmercials e-mail!

DarkoV said...

Love it!
printed out the picture of the cd and gave it to a fellow who just traded in his Harley for.....YIPES, a brand spanking new Toyota minivan. He's not taking the age transfer well...

Anonymous said...

I remember in middle school taking a first listen to Metallica's "Master of Puppets" album and finding it utterly hilarious. Not for babies or elevators, though, no matter how it's altered.

I'm not one for the trend of putting babies in little outfits that say things like, "Someday I'll get trashed at the prom." I mean, humans have a limited time to be able to wear outfits with cute bunnies and teddy bears on them ... why fritter that away.

- Texas T-bone

Kay Dennison said...

Heck! I'm not & never have been a Metal head and somehow I don't see myself getting this for a grandbaby. I think the world has gone nuts. I'm waiting for pictures of baby's first tattoo. Argh!

Call me an old broad -- and I am --but I think the bunnies and bears are just fine & that Brahms still can't be beat for a lullaby.