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Check out what critics and reviewers are saying about Let’s Boogie!
This debut album from Rock’n’Rainbow consists of catchy, well-crafted songs that run the gamut from hard-driving rock to disco, reggae, and some super-delicious funk. Two things the songs have in common are consistently high energy and lyrics that focus strongly on active living. – 2015 Tillywig Toy & Media Awards
With nods to Queen, Deep Purple and Sly and the Family Stone, songs like “Let’s Boogie” and “Faster Scooter Cat” have great riffs and more reasons to shake it. A crazy-cool spectrum of music with fabulous sonic quality, layers of details and, above all, fun, fun, fun, Let’s Boogie! rocks. – Lee Littlewood, Kids Home Library
With exuberant tunes…, your family is bound to put down their phones and dance together. – Jenny L. Heinbaugh, Washington Parent (link opens a PDF)
Songs such as “I Can’t Fly” (with a reference to the Ramones) rock out like no heck…. Legitimate bands could take some notes from these dudes on how to generate some fun. – Zachary Houle
Channeling Queen, Elton John, and KISS, and with band member names like Purple Stardust, Mellow Yellow and Blue Elvis, these crazy Canucks are all about the funky fun. Come for original rockers, stay for the groovy remakes of the Time Warp (!) and the Hokey Pokey (“Hokey Funky”). – Designer Daddy
Is Glam Kindie the next evolution of the family music movement? Perhaps, as Canada’s Rock‘n’Rainbow prepare to unleash their brand of “extravagant glam rock for families”. Had they been from the 70s, they totally would’ve been on THE GREAT SPACE COASTER. – The Rock Father
Kindie-rock band Rock‘n’Rainbow Let’s Boogie! is the first real standout children’s album of 2015, an easy, early candidate for a spot on any critic’s list of the year’s best new children’s albums – thanks in large part to the band’s display of talent, originality, and creativity. – Philip Sayblack, Phil’s Picks
[Let’s Boogie!] offers up fun in the lyrical that will have kids giggling or daydreaming about getting out into the world and having some fun that’s healthy and character building. Thumbs up on this one. – AJ Garcia, ShakeFire
Some songs … are pure brilliance, like the album opener “I Like To Ride My Bike,” which musically references Queen’s song of nearly the same title and then proceeds to out-Queen Queen in its over-the-top production. –Stefan Shepherd, ZooGlobble
An eclectic mix of musical styles that is sure to please every family member. …. A high-energy CD full of fun songs that will encourage your kiddos to get up, jump, play, and yes, dance! – Celebrity Parent’s Mag