'Lullaby Versions' Of Iron Maiden Songs Available

Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star has just released "Lullaby Versions Of Iron Maiden".

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According to Blabbermouth.net, Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star, the company which creates "beautiful lullaby versions of your favorite artists", has just released "Lullaby Versions Of Iron Maiden" via iTunes. The 12-track set features reworkings of metal classics such as "Run To The Hills", "The Trooper" and "Fear Of The Dark".

In its mission statement, Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star says, "We feel our lullaby line fills a vacant musical niche. There are other lines of pop music lullabies but we decided to take the approach of being high end musically rather than simply doing these as a novelty. After all, just because the music is for a baby it doesn't have to sound unsophisticated. We feel we owe it to the artists that we are covering to do their music justice and our standard of quality transcends the lullaby genre. In fact, in addition to soothing babies our fans use our music for yoga, massage and sleep therapy or just general relaxation. We like to call them 'lullabies for all ages' and the diversity of use is testament to that."

"Lullaby Versions Of Iron Maiden" track listing:

01. Run To The Hills 02. The Number Of The Beast 03. The Trooper 04. Hallowed Be Thy Name 05. Aces High 06. Fear Of The Dark 07. Wasted Years 08. Can I Play With Madness 09. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son 10. Flight Of Icarus 11. 2 Minutes To Midnight 12. Where Eagles Dare

For more information, visit www.ttlrs.com.

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    Superperfex
    "Daddy sing me a bed time story!" "I'm waiting in my cold cell, when the bell begins to chime. Reflecting on my pa..." o.O
    schirripar
    My children, will have the best music ever. I'm sorry, little Johnny won't go to sleep unless he hears BRUUUUUCE
    Randomrings
    If I ever have kids, I'm getting this... because it's tempting for me to even buy it for myself
    Wiggimus
    My fiancee got the Metallica, AC/DC and Tool versions of this for our daughter. As soon as she's aware this exists, we'll have Iron Maiden there, as well. But our daughter hears the source materials, as well.
    ptr362
    listening to the samples on iTunes and girlfriend just turns to me and say "If you're children are truly metal, they'd prefer the original" Personally I think it sounds kind of cool to be honest