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Sunday, October 28, 2007


As we get closer to Halloween the time just felt right for more monsters. But who wants to spend quality time with monsters who crush, kill and destroy? Instead let’s pay a visit to Sesame Street where you can always find furry, fuzzy and friendly monsters, as seen on this delightful cover for the Monsters LP. This 1975 album features the weirdly loveable Sesame Street creatures singing some of their monster hits, such as “Five Monsters in My Family,” “Games Monsters Play,” “Monsters Lullaby” and “I Want a Monster to Be My Friend.” While we’re on the subject of monsters, be sure and check out this blog in December when I’ll write about a monstrously merry holiday treat: the Sesame Street monsters present 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. (Not even October 31st and I’m already thinking about Christmas? Now that’s monstrous!)

1 comment:

ChadRusso said...

It's interesting to see which characters are considered to be monsters. I don't consider Grover to be a monster, although I don't know what kind of animal he is. So, is that it, if they aren't an animal, they're a monster? Are all monsters, animals? All animals are certainly not monsters. :-)