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Chocolate Milk

by ScribbleMonster & His Pals

Scandalous! A drinking song for children!? ScribbleMonster & His Pals provide all kinds of alternative musical fun for the whole family.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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1. Chocolate Milk
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2. Beautiful Day
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3. My Imaginary Friend
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4. The World's Greatest
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5. Oh Well
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6. Candy For Breakfast
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7. Superhealthy
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8. Play With Your Food
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9. Don't Cry, Dance!
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10. I'm A... (Anything I Like)
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11. Chocolate Milk (with ScribbleJim)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"There is definitely a void of festive, drinking songs for kids," says James Dague. Dague should know; he performs for kids throughout the year as "ScribbleJim" at schools, festivals and other family events. "So I wrote a 'wave your glass in the air, put your arm around your buddy' kind of song with all the fun that comes with a sing-a-long chorus, but without the drunkenness."

Dague and his band, ScribbleMonster & His Pals, unveiled their new song, "Chocolate Milk," at Schubas Tavern, arguably the best place to see live music in Chicago. "A tavern seemed like the most logical place to debut the song," Dague explained. "This way kids could tell their friends and neighbors, 'My parents took me to a bar this weekend and we marched around and sang drinking songs.' As a parent, it's so cool to be able to share the experience of a live concert with your kids at the same venue where you've seen some of your favorite shows."

"Chocolate Milk," like the band's 2002 debut, "Best of Friends," is designed to stimulate creative expression and encourage a child's participation. Kids are encouraged to sing, dance, imagine and play along with ScribbleMonster & His Pals and even help write the lyrics on the songs "The World's Greatest" and "I'm A...(Anything I Like)." Healthy eating is also a popular theme on the album which was produced by The ScribbleBooks Company, publishers of the ScribbleMonster book series.

But the music isn't just for the kids. A bit edgier than most children's offerings that "even a parent can love," the group's unique brand of children's music was once described as "Sesame Street on steroids." Dague describes their live shows as a blending of traditional children's music, improvisational comedy and power-pop. "It's a fun little rock show that the whole family can enjoy."

ScribbleMonster & His Pals is comprised of five veteran Chicago-area performers, clocking in with a total of 15 children of their own, more than 40 combined years of parenting and over 100 years of creating, teaching and performing music, comedy and theater. Dague, who plays guitar and sings, is joined by Brett Goral on drums and Brian Hufnagl on bass guitar with additional tag-team vocals provided by Jayne Saniat and Joyce Stuart.


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Shouting Hippo

Rock on!
My kid loves this CD. *I* love it. The only reason I can't give it 5 stars is because I heard the "Best of Friends" CD first, and I think it's a wee better than this one, overall. But doesn't mean that "Chocolate Milk" isn't awesome -- it is!

Michelle Czarnowski

One of the best childrens CD around!
This is such a great CD, I have a 3 and 4 year old and they love it. It is the only CD requested in the car! I find myself listening and singing it even when I'm in the car by myself. I get through probably half of it before I realize I'm listening to childrens music! (I know all the words too)! Get it! I've shared it with lots of friends!

Emily B.

Awesome!
This CD is totally cool. I even listen to it when my 4-year-old is not in the car with me! She loves making up her own words to I'm A..., and Chocolate Milk rocks!

Tovachanah

I L-O-V-E T-H-I-S C-D
We heard 'chocolate milk' on xm radio. My almost-3 yr old was clapping and singing along w/ it. (ok so was I) so i bought it.

'Chocolate Milk' is a great tune. it's one of those rare children's songs that could stand on its own as a pop tune. in fact, i could see many of the tunes on this cd, especially 'it's going to be a beautiful day' crossing over to the top 40.

other catchy tunes on this cd are 'you're not having candy for breakfast' and 'oh well'.

this is an excellent cd. one that kids from 0-??? will enjoy and relate to (didn't we all try to sneak candy for dinner?)

Parenting Magazine

Parenting Pick!
ScribbleMonster (a.k.a. James Dague) & His Pals plug healthy eating with their unique brand of hard pop.

Lori Fahs

Awesome children's music with healthy message
This is a fabulous kid's CD full of catchy tunes with well written lyrics. It is such a nice change from most of the mind-numbing stuff out there that parents are forced to listen to. The songs are full of lots of good information on nutrition and having a good attitude. My four year old loves it and we both know all the words. My one year old claps along. I sent this to many family members as gifts this year, because this is such a fun CD.