Here Come the ABC's [CD/DVD] [CD]

  • Artist: They Might Be Giants
  • SKU: 7484386
  • Release Date: 10/25/2005
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100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2 out of 2)

Songs


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  • Here Come the Abcs
  • Alphabet of Nations
  • E Eats Everything
  • Flying V
  • I Am a Robot
  • Q U
  • Go for G!
  • Pictures of Pandas Painting
  • D & W
  • Fake-Believe
  • Can You Find It?
  • Introducing the Vowel Family
  • The Vowel Family
  • A to Z
  • Letter/Not a Letter
  • Latter Shapes
  • Alphabet Lost and Found
  • I C U
  • I Am a Robot (Type B)
  • John and John Introduce...
  • Who Put the Alphabet in Alphabetical Order?
  • Rolling O
  • L M N O
  • Introducing C Is for Conifers
  • Fake-Believe (Type B)
  • A to Z (Type B)
  • D Is for Drums
  • Introducing Z y X
  • Z y X
  • Goodnight My Friends
  • Here Come the Abcs!
  • Introducing the Bonus Tracks
  • Clap Your Hands
  • Violin
  • Stalk of Wheat
  • Robot Parade
  • Sleepwalker
  • Here in Higglytown (Theme to Playhouse Disney's Higglytown Heroes) ...


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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    ABCs for everyone, not just kids.

    Posted
    BlueCanary

    They Might Be Giants' prequel to Here Come the 123s is outstanding. John and John (Linnell and Flansburgh) deliver another unique musical experience with all the great melody, harmony and fidelity that you could ever ask for, especially in a "children's album." Here Come the ABCs will delight fans of any age. This really isn't kid stuff, but an insightful look into the world of numbers. The way Disney movies can appeal to both children and adults is how this album communicates. Among my favorites are "Alphabet of Nations" (if you can find their live version, it is extended with more nations!), "Q U," "Can You Find It?" and (drummer) Marty Beller's "Alphabet Lost and Found." Oh, and really "D&W" is great too. Several other good songs, and a couple that are, well, interesting. Definitely worth purchasing, along with TMBG's other children's releases, "Here Come the 123s," "No!," and "Bed, Bed, Bed."

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Get this if you have a kid

    Posted
    Yojo

    Get this if you have a kid, or even if you don't have a kid. You won't be disappointed. Our daughter (2) rocks out to "Clap your Hands." This music will bust any assumptions you have about "Children's Music." The Wiggles need to stay Down Under.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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