You've never heard Primary songs like this! In this sing-along,
dance-along collection, your children's favorite songs have
been rearranged in a way the whole family can enjoy. Perfectfor road trips, family time, or any time!
My kids love church songs and we listen to MOTAB often but my kids also love to dance and get crazy! This is the perfect CD for us! We can rock out in the car and I don't have to worry about explicit/inappropriate words or context! We also have scripture power which is good but this one is by far the best that I have found!!!
There were a few songs on here that I thought went a little *too* far into the hip hop/dance club arena (given the message of the song), but most of the songs are just really fun and upbeat to move and groove to. I purchased this as an MP3 download, so I just selected which ones I wanted to burn to a disc, and the ones that kinda bothered me I just left off the CD. Nice and simple. (If anyone is interested in my personal opinion... which that's exactly what it is... the ones I preferred not to keep on disc are Follow The Prophet, Book of Mormon Stories, and I Hope They Call Me On A Mission. Popcorn Popping was also a tad on the edgy side for me, but since it's just a song about popcorn it didn't bother me much.)
Anyway, these really are fun songs to just get dancing around to. I bought these to use in the car for a road trip we're taking. Fun times in the car with long hours and bee-boppin primary music. :)
Elizabeth - primary music is NOT sacred - and it's extremists like you that drive me crazy. Have you heard the average primary class sings these songs? I can assure you that they do more damage to the "sacredness" of the songs than this remix ever could. Clearly you haven't walked around Deseret Book lately. They sell books on Spiritual Sex, dragons and witches, and Mormon stand-up comedy which makes light of and pokes fun of our culture and people like you; just to name a few...get over yourself. We can't stomach listening to the singing on the originally released primary cd's from the 80's and are happy that they are getting a face lift. Club-style may not be our thing - but we hope to see more, vocally-talented, modernized remakes of these songs for our kids to listen to.