Tuesday, March 31, 2009

What the hell is it with Bob Ezrin and children?

I have several albums that were produced by Bob Ezrin in my library, and it seems like every one of them has a track with either babies or kids on it. For example, Pink Floyd's The Wall has a baby crying on an early track and the kids singing backing vocals on "Another Brick in the Wall." Kiss' Destroyer has some kids on "God of Thunder" which nearly ruin the song and a children's choir on "Great Expectations" (which may be the sleaziest song ever written). Alice Cooper's "Department of Youth" also has children doing backing vocals, and even one of the tracks on Lou Reed's Berlin has a crying baby on it. It's kind of creepy.

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