The Brian Waite Band | 20,000 Volts Under The Sea

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20,000 Volts Under The Sea

by The Brian Waite Band

Imaginative and rockin' children's music about Brian, Todd and Clif's adventure to Atlantis City, that both parents and kids will love. VOTED 1 OF TOP 5 KIDS ALBUMS OF 2009 by
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Off to Atlantis City
5:31 $0.99
2. Something Fishy
3:26 $0.99
3. Scuba Jammin'
3:36 $0.99
4. Hungry Fish
4:44 $0.99
5. Disco Don
3:55 $0.99
6. Blues Whale Blues
3:49 $0.99
7. Get Down
2:52 $0.99
8. Prove You Can Groove
3:38 $0.99
9. Go With the Flow
3:03 $0.99
10. The Chase Is On
2:46 $0.99
11. The Electric Eel Guitar
2:43 $0.99
12. Tidal Pool Party
3:49 $0.99
13. The Audiobook
19:32 $0.99
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"This whole album may be a deep-sea rock opera, but each track from the cornucopia of funky guitars and island-style beats easily stands on its own, too. And when these guys crank it up to 11, as in the anthemic 'Tidal Pool Party', we defy you to sit still." - Cookie Magazine

"This is a lighthearted concept album for the young 'uns, complete with loads of silly aquatic humor and songs ranging from slippery-when-wet disco ('Disco Don') to the electrified 'Blue Whale Blues'. This is a band that can really mix it up." - The New York Post

"Kids' music as imaginative as kids. Parents of young children everywhere, rejoice! You no longer have to listen to insipid 'children's music' that makes you want to cover your ears and run screaming from the room. Ten seconds into the first song on its new CD, I was hooked even more than my 3-year-old son was." - Doree Armstrong, Seattle PI

"Complaining about kiddie music is a parental rite of passage. If you don’t bash The Wiggles and Raffi, you can forget about sharing tracks with the cool kids. Impress the stroller-pushing set with the inside scoop on the latest release from The Brian Waite Band. The all-dad group has just unwrapped its fish-centric fourth album, 20,000 Volts Under the Sea — and we think it’s the most rocking yet." - Daily Candy Kids

"The Brian Waite Band continues to entertain the whole family with songs that children and parents alike will enjoy. The 12 original songs in this collection cover a variety of genres from the reggae beat of "Go with the Flow" to the blues groove of "Blues Whale Blues" and the rock anthem "Tidal Pool Party." Great energy filled songs to get children up and moving. Several pieces have a relaxed island groove that will appeal to parents who are fans of Jimmy Buffet. A full-cast audiobook story of the band's adventures on their way to their gig concludes this delightful musical adventure. A must have for every collection." - School Library Journal

"Ivan loves to rock! But most kids' bands just don't get that same rock feel-at least that's what I thought until I listened to The Brian Waite Band. From the first song on 20,000 Volts Under the Sea, Off to Atlantis City, which starts with some great electric guitar, Ivan was hooked..."
- Boston Children's Music

by The Brian Waite Band

Meet Brian, Clif and Todd, a band of rock ‘n roll adventurers! Our heroes have just booked an undersea gig at The Neptune Theater in Atlantis City. One problem - they don’t know where it is…oh, and they need to find an electric eel guitar (okay, two problems). After heading off in their submarine, they meet (and play) many musical sea creatures.

During the quest, they find themselves pitted against a hungry fish and their jealous, ex-bandmate, Disco Don. They also meet a friendly Blues Whale, named BB, who leads them deep down into The Mariana Groove in search of the eel guitar. Here the legendary Rocktopus lays down a funky challenge before sending them into the ACDC (Atlantis City Drift Current).

Who’d have guessed that here the band would bump into their old friend, Skankin’ Ja? Will his wise words help them navigate the turbulent currents and find their way to Atlantis City? Will the band catch the elusive electric eel guitar and party it up at The Neptune, or will Disco Don sabotage their show? Listen in and hear how the adventure plays out...



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Sidney Stephens

Bugs For Dinner-Kids Music
I Like it! At first I thought , nah, but then I was like, yeah. It was a bit like the Wiggles, but as I listened on, I discovered they took it a bit further. Kind of a Sponge Bob theme but still pretty cool. A touch of a muppet on the final track-funny. I like the hints of greatness (Zepplin, Metallica, and Robert Earl Keen) even if it was not intended. 4 Stars from me!
P.S. Hey! Try out this CD if you like goofy theme based kids music. it's about Bugs!