Listen as LCD Soundsystem, David Bowie and Daft Punk are turned into lullabies

Compilation celebrates ten years of getting them while they’re young

LCD Soundsystem, David Bowie and Daft Punk are among the musicians who have had their songs turned into lullabies for a new compilation.

Out on October 14, ‘Birthday Party’ celebrates the 10th anniversary of Los Angeles record label Rockabye Baby, which has been releasing similar baby-themed renditions of hip artists since 2006.

In the past decade, Rockabye Baby have released 72 albums of lullabies. Mainly devoted to lullabies of individual artists, these have included Queens Of The Stone Age, Kanye West, Blur, Pixies, Tool, Madonna and The Cure.

Some artists have released their own albums of children’s music. Saint Etienne released ‘Up The Wooden Hills’ in 2005, while They Might Be Giants released educational albums ‘Here Come The ABCs’, ‘Here Come The 123s’ and ‘Here Comes Science’ between 2005-09.

The tracklist for ‘Happy Birthday’ is:
The Beatles – ‘Birthday’
Kool And The Gang – ‘Celebration’
Black Eyed Peas – ‘Let’s Get It Started’
Pitbull – ‘Don’t Stop The Party’
Miley Cyrus – ‘Party In The USA’
Cyndi Lauper – ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’
David Bowie – ‘Let’s Dance’
Daft Punk – ‘Get Lucky’
Pink – ‘Get The Party Started’
Deee-Lite – ‘Groove Is In The Heart’
Chic – ‘Good Times’
Marvin Gaye – ‘Got To Give It Up’
Michael Jackson – ‘Rock With You’
Outkast – ‘Hey Ya!’
LCD Soundsystem – ‘All My Friends’