Best children music according to redditors

We found 475 Reddit comments discussing the best children music. We ranked the 221 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Children's Music:

u/musedav · 70 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

I just ordered this for my brother this morning after seeing it on reddit a couple weeks ago. You can get one on amazon [here] (

u/KidnappedByHillFolk · 51 pointsr/indieheads

5 - 10 -15 - 20: The Pitchfork Edition

5 - Kanye West - The Life of a Graduated Heartbreak
We were quite mature at a young age, listening only to this long lost Yeezus album. And by "long lost" we mean "what we formulated in our minds how Kanye should sound." It doesn't exist. Don't try and find it. It was our first BNM label.

10 - Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
Yes, we admit it. We totally listened to this when we were kids. But the magazine only. We didn't listen to any of the actual SONGS. That would be ridiculous. We simply put the magazine on our record player and hit play.

15 - Arcade Fire - Funeral
Because why not?

20 - Taylor Swift - Red
We just wanted to see what all the fuss was about. It was a mistake. Don't stop reading our reviews because of it. Don't worry. We still are the hitmakers of the hipster world. You know you need us. We'll still be here everyday with our sesquipedalian lexicon and metaphors that fall apart if you really think about them. We'll continue to describe sounds with words like "tectonic" and "panoramic" and "wounded" and "dusty." It's just...we need some T-Swizzle every now and then in our lives too.

25 - Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of Radiohead
We only listen to Radiohead in its purest form: unadulterated kids music. What better way to put your baby or you asleep? Besides listening to an actual Radiohead album. But really, Thom Yorke wishes he could be this soothing with his voice.

30 - The Pixies? Or, uh, Nick Cave? Oh wait, Dinosaur Jr. Uh... Animal Collective? Wait they've been around how long now? Since 2003? Really? What artist has only released one single EP? That's who we listen to now
We're still relevant.

u/V_for_Lebowski · 36 pointsr/woahdude

Roughly $5 cheaper on Amazon.
Prime eligible too.

u/StuartHayden · 22 pointsr/TheFence

Gotta start Em off young! Welcome little child of the fence!

As for the parent may I recommend to the Coheed and Cambria lullabies for the little one?

Lullaby Versions of Coheed and Cambria

Congrats on the new addition!

u/MrGritty17 · 22 pointsr/EmpireDidNothingWrong

Star Wars: The Force Awakens [2 LP Hologram Vinyl]

u/MOOVA · 21 pointsr/TheSimpsons

It’s not online but get it before it’s a collectible

u/blackseat · 20 pointsr/Disneyland

It's a pretty spendy set, but A Musical History of Disneyland has a pretty good selection of park ride-through soundtracks including the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, and much more! It came out for the 50th anniversary, and its a very cool set. Just pretty expensive at this point, since its such a great collector piece.

Aside from something like this, there are some good Youtube channels who post ride audio, so you could try searching on there. One good one I know of is Mr.ThemeParksAudio. There is also this one which has some good area music loops. Also, SuperHotLarry posts some great audio as well, if I remember right, he's even a reddit user and has been active on this sub before. If you needed physical copies, you could always try to message the people who run these channel, and perhaps they may be willing to give you a copy, but I'm not 100% sure.

u/stormington · 20 pointsr/funny
u/Arvul · 19 pointsr/INEEEEDIT
u/Th3R00ST3R · 12 pointsr/pics
u/ChrisX26 · 10 pointsr/starwarsspeculation

It is still listed on Amazon but with no track listing as far as I can see.

I really doubt the track listing would be available yet. Considering how well of a job they kept everything under wraps.

u/Jim-Jones · 10 pointsr/atheism

Watch Cosmos or other science video. Do science learning activities - Arduino is a thing now.

Or read a book.

Maybe Yes, Maybe No (LINK)

by Dan Barker

In today's media-flooded world, there is no way to control all of the information, claims, and enticements that reach young people. The best thing to do is arm them with the sword of critical thinking.

Maybe Yes, Maybe No is a charming introduction to self-confidence and self-reliance. The book's ten-year-old heroine, Andrea, is always asking questions because she knows "you should prove the truth of a strange story before you believe it."

"Check it out. Repeat the experiment. Try to prove it wrong. It has to make sense." writes Barker, as he assures young readers that they are fully capable of figuring out what to believe, and of knowing when there just isn't enough information to decide. "You can do it your own way. If you are a good skeptic you will know how to think for yourself."

Another book is "Me & Dog" by Gene Weingarten.

And Born With a Bang: The Universe Tells Our Cosmic Story : Books 1, 2, 3

Here Comes Science CD + DVD

The Magic of Reality by Richard Dawkins

Bang! How We Came to Be by Michael Rubino.

Grandmother Fish: A Child's First Book of Evolution


Greek Myths – by Marcia Williams

Ancient Egypt: Tales of Gods and Pharaohs – by Marcia Williams

God and His Creations – by Marcia Williams

"I Wonder" by Annaka Harris

"From Stardust to You: An Illustrated Guide to The Big Bang" by Luciano Reni

"Meet Bacteria!" by Rebecca Bielawski

See also Highlights for Children - this has materials for younger children.

Atheism books for children by Courtney Lynn

"It Is Ok To Be A Godless Me", "I'm An Atheist and That's Ok", "I'm a Freethinker", "Please Don't Bully Me" and "I'm a Little Thinker" etc.

Courtney Lynn has a couple more for grown ups as well.

Grandmother Fish, free in PDF form online

A child's first book of evolution.

15 Holiday Gift Ideas for Secular Families

Bedtime Bible Stories by Joey Lee Kirkman - for mature teens only

Coming up: TINY THINKERS is a series of books introducing popular scientists to children, by telling their stories as if the scientists themselves were kids!

u/dale_glass · 9 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Huh? There's quite a bit of vinyl being made today. Here's an example

Vinyl is also a very simple technology, in general.

u/SenorSpicyBeans · 9 pointsr/nba


It's.......not good.

u/AskYouEverything · 9 pointsr/Kanye
u/leialeilani · 9 pointsr/StarWars

I got mine from Hot Topic last fall, but it looks like Amazon has it too.

u/drod2015 · 8 pointsr/StarWarsLeaks

From the other thread, supposedly this was up on Amazon for a moment:

1 - Main Theme / The Supreme Leader

2 - The Galaxy Needs You

3 - Attack on D'Qar

4 - Flight of the Resistance

5 - Poe's Fire

6 - Porgs

7 - Order of Secrets

8 - Bombs Away

9 - Retaliation

10 - Crait

11 - Welcome to Canto Bight

12 - Jailbreak / Hope It's Fast

13 - Tragedy

14 - Master of the Knights of Ren

15 - The Supremacy

16 - Heartbreak

17 - Last Stand

18 - Cold Truth

19 - Destiny

20 - The Prince and the Scavenger

21 - Reunion

22 - There's Still Good In Him / End Credits

I dunno, some of these sound predictable based on what we know, but others make a lot of sense. I'm 50/50 as to whether this is legit or not. And the soundtrack does have a page up on Amazon.

u/golf4miami · 8 pointsr/Disneyland

If you like that one, then you'll love this set:

u/Pinyaka · 7 pointsr/RepublicOfAtheism

I am not sure that I entirely agree with this article. While a lot of art has been inspired by religious experience in the past, I would counter that a lot of art in the last century has been inspired by empirical experience. Art itself has become a kind of empirical experiment to find the connection between stimulus and experience. Sometimes god is still the subject of a work of art, but that isn't true anymore for the vast majority of work.

EDIT: Also, this is pretty good.

u/SuddenStorm1234 · 7 pointsr/Disneyland

Here's a dump: has tons of park audio bits. Website is horribly set up, but the music is good (most is at 128 mbps though, so quality is limited). has a lot of good music as well. has lots of good discussion on which tracks are used as background music in the various lands. The folks on here are good at what they do, and it's amazing how many tracks are available for purchase online.

There are a couple "holy grails" for park audio collectors. The first is the 50th anniversary music release:

The other is the "Disneyland Forever" audio collection. In the late 90's, they had kiosks around the park where you could purchase various bits of park audio and make custom CD's. There's a torrent around (won't link here) that has compiled all of the artwork and audio from these kiosks, as most of the tracks aren't available for the public. It has tons of area music, ride throughs for past attractions, etc. is where fans share in park induction recordings, and past audio that Disney doesn't currently sell.

With any given track, there are usually different versions you can get- that vary in length and audio quality.

u/Y_pestis · 6 pointsr/tipofmytongue

They Might Be Giants put out and entire album of kids songs about math/numbers... Here Come the 123s. It was released in 2008- close enough?

This link has song previews... sorry about the initial misfire.

u/integrate-this · 6 pointsr/radiohead

My friend showed me this soon after I got my first Radiohead album. It was my introduction to so many of their songs!

I've always found that covers of Radiohead in different genres are really illuminating. Stripping away all of that Radiohead weirdness, you're always left with a brilliant melody. See also John Mayer's cover of Kid A and OK Computer lullabies.

u/sroomek · 6 pointsr/ProductPorn

I own this. It's just the vinyl release for The Force Awakens soundtrack

You can't see it well from all angles, and you have to shine a light on it to see it, but it looks super cool.

Edit: never mind

u/residentialnemesis · 5 pointsr/radiohead
u/coaMo7TH · 5 pointsr/Music

[They Might be Giants - Here Comes Science] (

u/The-BBP · 3 pointsr/StarWarsLeaks

The listing shows no such track list.

When thinking about posting something like this, think in the most simplest of terms and do a quick investigation. Maybe go to the listing to see for yourself. Question why someone posted a "screenshot" instead of the actual link.

Things like that.

u/OrigamiRock · 3 pointsr/electronicmusic

Pixelatedcow1 mentioned this further below, but you should give the R3C0NF1GUR3D version of the soundtrack a listen. This track is from that.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/atheism

I recommend "They Might Be Giants - Here Comes the Science" it's a great way for little ones to get interested in the realities of the world.

Bonus - the songs won't make you want to blow your own head off

u/kzielinski · 3 pointsr/atheism

> singing religious songs to the kids when she visits

Then fire a return volley

u/acover4422 · 3 pointsr/RedHotChiliPeppers

There's also a Rammstein version, a Pantera version, a Coheed and Cambria version, and a super-creepy-sounding Nirvana version.

Shit, guys, I've failed my hard-rocking child.

u/Cianistarle · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Not For Kids Only is superb!

Also second the TMBG suggestions!

u/sartian · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

Ah, we have Raffi, but we also have stuff like Dog Train and Philadelphia Chickens. Music by Sandra Boyton, often employing celebrity talents for the songs. A few favorites are Snuggle Puppy, Boring Song, I Need A Nap (with Weird All & Kate Winslet), BusyBusyBusy, Dragonfire, Pig Island

You should really check out "They Might Be Giants" as well. :) They've started making children's music a few years ago. It may take a few listens for the songs to grow on you, but they are awesome. :)

The No! album has got some great songs, favs are Fibber Island, Violin, I Am Not Your Broom, The House At The Top Of The Tree

Be sure to peruse the "Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought" section for some good ideas of similar whimsical modern kids music.

We like almost all the songs from Here Come The 123s quite a bit. Funny, whimsical music videos as well. Some of my daughter's long time favorites are One Everything, Triops Has Three Eyes, High Five, Seven, Hotdog. I like "Apartment Four" quite a bit.

All TMBG Childrens Music

Also check out the For The Kids albums. Great stuff. I've Got To Be Clean is a fav as well as La La La Lemon by Bare Naked Ladies.

And finally, Singin' In The Bathtub by John Lithgow. Very funny, silly and cheerful. :)

Hope this helps. :)


u/xanax_anaxa · 3 pointsr/todayilearned

Jerry and David Grisman recorded a great kids CD too:

Not For Kids Only. Was a staple when my son was little.

u/DrDrangleBrungis · 3 pointsr/videos
u/ShakeInBake · 3 pointsr/videos

I actually own this CD. Such good memories.

u/digitalchemistry · 2 pointsr/TheFence
u/PriceKnight · 2 pointsr/VinylDeals

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u/bytesmythe · 2 pointsr/atheism

No one has mentioned Dawkin's The Magic of Reality, yet?

And if you're looking for some music, try They Might Be Giants' album, Science Is Real (edit: Here Comes Science). They also have a kid's book called Bed, Bed, Bed.

u/BradC · 2 pointsr/TheSimpsons

Ones. There are 3 now, and they are all awesome.

Songs in the Key of Springfield

Go Simpsonic with the Simpsons


u/bacondevil · 2 pointsr/IAmA

The Pokemon Movie soundtracks are all on Amazon and itunes, here are a few of the links:

Pokemon: The First Movie:

Pokemon 3 The Ultimate Soundtrack

Pokemon 2.B.A. Master (TV music)

Totally Pokemon (From the TV Series)

Or do a search for them on the iTunes store. They should be on there. Only Poke album we released that will probably be hard to find is the Pokemon Live album.

u/Will000jones · 2 pointsr/oddlysatisfying
u/specialkake · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Get this. Not only is it kid's songs about photosynthesis, Computer Aided Design, evolution, and other stuff, but it's catchy as hell. My kid LOVES their DVDs.

u/mailtruckwhorehouse · 2 pointsr/Kanye

There's a full album. Someone posted a pic of it here, titled,

>"If I ever have a kid he's gonna get a good start"

or something like that.
I cant find the post right now but Here is the Amazon page

u/phnx0221 · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Oh! One more thing.... They Might Be Giants has put out three awesome kids albums! When my daughter was little, we listened to "Here Come the ABC's" so many freaking times, and we never got sick of it! They have super cute DVD's to accompany them too.

Anyway, the reason why I bring this up, is because they have an album for kids and toddlers called "Here Comes The Science!". It's all about elements, planets, experiments, gases, photosynthesis, and more. It's one of my favorite things ever.

Here's a link to it on Amazon, but honestly, you should just look it up on Youtube. Then you can decide if you want to get to the DVD or not, or if you just want to keep listening to it on Youtube. It's SO cool. :)

u/fungoid_sorceror · 2 pointsr/ToolBand

Assuming it's her first kid, there's a very good chance that the actual birth will be 1-2 weeks after the official due date.

Also, congrats!

u/dkmdlb · 2 pointsr/homeschool

Science lover here. It seems to me that teaching the method of science is probably more important than teaching the facts. Understanding the method of science would allow one to rediscover all the facts. To that end, at our house we spend most of our science time focused on the method, and that doesn't require much of a curriculum. We came up with a simple little phrase that defines the method at its simplest and most basic

  • observation

  • hypothesis

  • experiment

  • analysis

    Observation is at the front because you have to notice things before you can figure out why the things are that way. Observation naturally leads to the next step. As an example, the other day I noticed that our faucet didn't seem to deliver water as vigorously as it used to. So we got together, observed the stream, and talked about various hypotheses. We decided to test one - that there was a blockage in the trap at the very tip of the faucet. So we did an experiment on our hypothesis. We took the little plastic filter/trap thingy out and dropped it in vinegar, and let it sit. After several minutes, we replaced it and did our analysis by turning on the water. It turned out our experiment confirmed that our hypothesis was correct and explained our observations. The water ran much better.

    Focusing on the method allows the learners to really come to understand the strengths and limits of science. And once you start making an effort to notice that, you will see that you are doing small science experiments daily just as part of your life.

    As for a scientific curriculum, I can't really help too much, other than to recommend the album Here Comes Science by They Might Be Giants, and Kerbal Space Program for teaching realistic rocket science and orbital mechanics in an unbelievably fun way.
u/ernieball · 2 pointsr/NovemberBumpers2017

Yeah, baby. You've seen this and this, yes? I bought them for my nephew's 1st birthday and already have them in the cart for this kid :D

u/Menace9009 · 2 pointsr/todayilearned
u/sweetbabycarrot · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

God I loved Space Ghost Coast to Coast. I listened to this CD for a long while in the car. I'll have to see if I can find it...

u/daybreaker · 2 pointsr/NewOrleans
u/damonish · 2 pointsr/Physics

I don't have spotify to see what you already have, so I must assume it's filled with They Might Be Giants

u/doctorbasic · 2 pointsr/Music

The Soundtrack is available December 7th. This is will be the first physical CD I buy in almost a decade.

u/Epsilon748 · 2 pointsr/geek

It's on Amazon

u/Bertwellius · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/rationalgia · 2 pointsr/LadiesofScience

I highly recommend Here Comes Science by They Might Be Giants. My kids love it, and my son always says he's going to be a paleontologist, after the song. There are also videos for all of the songs, if you can find them. It's a great album.

u/spacesoulboi · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

scavenger hunts are my favorite I can't wait to start











  11. ( He's willing to make a sacrifice to provide for his family)









u/raddit-bot · 2 pointsr/listentothis

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u/SierraNovemberBravo · 2 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

Someone linked it in a different comment for you:

u/DrunkHouseWife · 2 pointsr/atheism

My kids (4 and 5 yrs old) love these videos! You can watch them on YouTube if you want to check them out before you buy. It's a fun way to help them understand complicated things like how our cardiovascular system works or what elements are. There are fun songs about planets and dinosaurs... We love them all. We have them on our iPod too, for long car rides.

u/HamburglerOnAcid · 1 pointr/InnerJerkmusicians

Have you seen this before? I would have bought it if it had more Saint. Anger but since it didn't I figured the next best thing would be to just make my own that way I can make it less wimpy.

u/arrozconlecheyum · 1 pointr/Disneyland

If you're familiar with torrents this set is floating around the internet.

u/kipod71 · 1 pointr/AudioPost

[similarly informative: the carl stalling project] (

u/wenchers13 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

slapshot this cause its awesome!

Thanks for the contest. Hope your day gets better!

u/warminthestarlight · 1 pointr/radiohead

Check out the Rockabye Baby! album. They did music-boxy arrangements of some of their classics. Love the No Surprises one especially.

u/ElleChupacabra · 1 pointr/WaltDisneyWorld

Just curious do you mean this boxset? I've been thinking about picking it up for awhile now.

u/sparks1988 · 1 pointr/ToolBand

My wife didn't like them at first. I started with the radio songs and they didn't really click with her until I took her to a TOOL show. Now she's been to the last 5 or 6 shows that I've been to. She likes them so much that she plays the rockabye lullabies to her 5th grade class (shes a teacher). My hope is she's secretly getting the next generation of tool fans hooked.

For reference:

u/GSnow · 1 pointr/pics

Mel Blanc once "entertained" at the birthday party of a niece or great-niece of his...this happened at a home near where I lived. The neighborhood kids talked about it for years as the coolest birthday party ever.

And if you like this, you might want to check out "The Carl Stalling Project" available on Amazon:

It's JUST the music from a whole bunch of those WB cartoons, and just hearing the music makes me remember the scenes and smile.

u/gameraboy · 1 pointr/Disneyland

I was lucky enough to pick this up in 2006, I'm sure some searching could find you a download: A Musical History of Disneyland, 50th Anniversary

u/therightclique · 1 pointr/ToolBand

Rockabye Baby did this first.

u/AressVeran · 1 pointr/Disneyland

As many have mentioned, the Tubes of You is a good place. If you need titles to start searching, check out any of these on Amazon (might be a fair bit of redundancy, I just grabbed a handful of URLs): <- Based on the cover, this looks to be the Spotify playlist /u/whitesoxfan5622 mentioned.

If none of those lists contain quite what you're looking for, try contacting City Hall in Disneyland with the specifics and they might be able to help you out/point you in the right direction.

u/waltopian · 1 pointr/disney

There is a Walt Disney and the 1964 World's Fair Box Set on amazon. Not the same one you were looking for?

edit: there are also a couple/few on ebay of the same box set.

u/monsterbucket · 1 pointr/disney
u/franger88 · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/xDaedalusx · 1 pointr/movies

I was at work today and I saw a Tron Legacy remix album. it is.

u/omfglolzords · 1 pointr/funny
u/Chadsymptom · 1 pointr/Music

Buy or download The Carl Stalling Project: Music From Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1936-1958.

He composed and performed other popular tunes that were featured in all your favorite Looney Tunes.

u/adfu · 1 pointr/electronicmusic

I'm going to wrongly assume that you mean "where can I buy the r3conf1gur3d album online?" Well, here's one place

u/CarlyFriez · 1 pointr/vinyl

The Hologram one is still for sale, that one is not limited in number. I doubt it will be around forever though so be sure to jump on and grab one. Here are two options, either officially thru Disney or a tiny bit cheaper and probably faster thru Amazon. I have this vinyl as well and may I say it is indeed pretty damn cool.

u/ponderr · 1 pointr/WaltDisneyWorld

Two thoughts:
You need to listen to one of the disks on Disney's audio from the 1964 World's Fair. It includes drafts of that script as well.

Martins Videos did a good background of it as well with some interesting facts.

u/AndorianWomenRule · 1 pointr/vinyl

It's great on any format. The vinyl cost apparently is due to it's limited 9000 copy pressing, a primarily EU release, and Disney's aversion to rereleasing anything from it's prized vault. If you haven't checked out the remixes on Tron Legacy Reconfigured yet I suggest you do so. It's as good or better then the original.

u/crazyex · 1 pointr/daddit

FYI this song is by They Might Be Giants, who also does the music for Malcolm in the Middle, among other things.

One of their CD's has the Hot Dog song on it, and a lot of their music is quite catchy and kid friendly.

My kids love the group and we listen to them often in the car.

u/KevinMuhlbach · 1 pointr/nba
u/Pocchari_Kevin · 1 pointr/nba
u/craigmodius · 1 pointr/Music
u/Dorian_Ye · 1 pointr/Kanye

Yeah, Stronger can be found here

And you can find the full album of Kanye lullaby covers, including the tracklist, here

u/nicolauz · 1 pointr/gaming

The soundtrack had this track on it. Really awesome 40-song track with various Simpson sketches and songs. This one:

u/liabach · 1 pointr/aww

This makes me want to listen to the Rock-a-bye Baby Lullaby version of Metallica's 'the thing that should not be'. and make cute mobiles out of doll heads. Simply Darling.

u/BeJeezus · 1 pointr/funny

I was thinking more of things like this or this, which still get stuck in the heads of four year olds (and their parents) every day.

u/bornrevolution · 1 pointr/Tribes

which is on the Tron Legacy "Reconfigured" album. (which is what the soundtrack honestly should have been in the first place)


> remixed by glitch mob remix


u/H720 · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

Name: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens [2 LP Hologram Vinyl]"


Amazon Link:

u/ano1batman · 1 pointr/oddlysatisfying
u/SquareMuffin · 1 pointr/funny

I remember listening to the album thinking I was the coolest kid around

u/StringOfLights · 1 pointr/WTF

I had never heard of Dinosaur Train, but it looks adorable. Way to go, PBS!

Does your toddler like Here Comes Science by They Might Be Giants? This is clearly the best song on the album.

u/serpentpower · 1 pointr/ToolBand

>I'd welcome them doing an album of kindergarten songs at this point.

Well, there is this...

u/gonesnake · 1 pointr/todayilearned

Carl Stalling gave me a nice introduction to classical music and film scores.

u/JaneHurtin · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The Walk of Shame

Lila awoke with a snort, suddenly aware of her strange surroundings. The boy on the bed next to her was turned away, his brown tousled hair and the comforter worked in tandem to obscure his face. His breath was deep and even; she knew he wouldn’t be awake anytime soon.

“What did he say his name was? Adam? Alan? Something like that,” Lila wondered. She turned and started to survey the room.

“Boys,” she thought. There was no clock in sight, but the bluish light filtering through the cheap blinds told her it was before six. The room was disorganized, messy even, but not dirty. Random stacks of DVDs lay here and there. A poster of “The Beers of the World” was tacked to the wall.

She spotted her bra amongst the school books and clothes strewn on the floor and worked to silently extricate herself from under the covers. As she moved, the throbbing in her temples was amplified, as if she could actually hear the blood pulsing through her veins.

She tip toed across the floor, gathering her clothes in the crook of her arm. Her shoes were near the desk, next to a small stack of Disney movies. Cars and The Emperor’s New Groove caught her eye. They were two of her little brother’s favorite movies. “Boys,” she thought again, before quietly creeping toward the door.


Lila startled and instinctively drew her foot high. Partially obscured by a rumpled t-shirt, the broken c.d. case lay in the carpet at her feet. She picked it up and turned it over. “They Might Be Giants,” she glanced at the boy, thinking, “What an enigma you are.” As if in response, the boy stirred briefly and Lila froze in her spot, holding her breath before carefully letting it go. When she heard his breathing regulate again, she shoved the c.d. in her purse and slid silently out the door.

Lila quickly dressed in the kitchen, and combed her fingers through her hair, using the microwave door as a mirror. She opened the refrigerator and grabbed a carton of orange juice. She opened it, smelled it, and took several long gulps, before putting it back. Running her hands down her body to smooth her wrinkled clothes, she glanced one more time at her reflection, before stepping outside into the crisp fall morning.

u/DioTheory · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I absolutely love They Might Be Giants. This is actually the only physical album on my lists. Everything else is MP3's but I love this CD too much to not want the physical copy.

It's absolutely perfect. <3 Music is life!

u/Armandeus · 1 pointr/Music

There are at least two CDs available full of Carl Stalling's music for Looney Tunes. I loaned mine to a friend years ago and he still hasn't returned them. :-)

u/sneakpeekbot · 1 pointr/Emo

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#1: Amazon Prime Vinyl Tracking Project
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#3: John Williams - Star Wars: A New Hope [3 LP, 3D Death Star Hologram Box Set] $22.99 | 73 comments

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u/tinyblondehuman · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Pokemon 2.B.A Master! Used is okay! (:

One movie-linked song I can think of is the song I'm Still Here which makes me think of Treasure Planet (great movie, by the way! You should watch it!) I want to go to the cinema. I want to see Divergent!

u/liforrevenge · 0 pointsr/Music

The full version is on the "Pokemon 2BA Master" CD I believe.