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Make your life a little bleaker with the all-new Kidz Thrash II
Reviewer: Stevie from Moms computer.
i luv kidz bop it rulez and the other cds that my sister has SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!
1/2 Reviewer: Lord Zargath from Hell's Circle #7.
Brothers of Steel you got to sensitize and evolutionize the correctification of sanctuation. If you just try to peptobizmilize the governmentizalation of the situation per say...only then are we truly free. Kidz Thrash don't condone that type of behavior or slanderization duplication sophistication. It immoralizes the postiveitization of the conflictilizing revelation.
Reviewer: G Money Koolaid from Da LBC.
Chiggety Check it yo. It's O G Money time yaaaaalllllll. What's up all my peeps? I'z back aguen an' I noed you couldn't hol' up until my next review. Dis CD has shown many different personalities... from de hardco ho we likes to see... to some uptight no skin showin biatch. 'doe I gotta say, de uptight no skin showin biatch wuz pretty sexy too! You want my python in you ho? huh? huh? Sometimes I think dis might be one uh those ho's dat jus be too dam loud. All yellin an' sheeit. You just wanna be like shut up, foo! Sheeit! But overall I think dis be de dominant, hardco stit some uh us be lookin fuh in our evrayday gangsta lives. It be havin supasized large coconuts.
Dats my mothuh fukin OG Judgement an' if you ain't likes it... TOO DIZM BAD SUCKAAAS!!! Sheeit don't make me pull mah gat!
Reviewer: Donna Jean Monroe from Pussyhump, WV.
God, this music has an instantly hypnotic impact on any child in earshot. The opening strains of any Kidz tune immediately quiets the most restless members of the twins' playgroup, as if a subsonic chord added in the studio has activated a reptilian part of the brain that atrophies away before adolescence. Queue up "Cemetary Gates" and watch the most rambunctious pack of budding anarchists cohere into a docile, glassy-eyed choir, singing tunelessly along with the chorus. We now have three copies of this remarkable sonic sedative - one for the home, one for the car, and one tucked away with a portable CD player in Mrs. Russell's purse. Some prefer the original CD version of Kidz Bop, still available in some places, which I believe that songs were purged due largely to the optimistic nature of their subject matter (e.g. "I Love It Loud" and "Peace Sells"). All told the single-CD version is a better choice for parents on a budget, or for those merely wishing to forestall the inevitable day when their children start singing odes to controlled substances and the like.
Audio CD (July 1, 2003)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Squeeze My Lemon Records
Average Customer Review: *** 1/2 Based on 63 reviews.
Popular in: Sweden/Norway/Canada
Rated: I for Immature like the creators of this parody.
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