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Thomas' Train Yard Tracks by Thomas & Friends

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Thomas' Train Yard Tracks

Thomas & Friends

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Album

Thomas' Train Yard Tracks

Thomas & Friends

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Label: Hit Entertainment
With the first strains of the Thomas theme, any kid with locomotive love in his blood will go a little bonkers. Percy! James! Mavis! Daisy! Edward! Gordon! Steam-powered engines roll down the track, the tenders are piled with coal, and W.V. Awdry's inventions (conceived initially as an allegory for the relationship between a Christian god and his subjects) spring to life. Musically, there's next to nothing redeeming about these songs: children singers, pallid instrumentation and lyrics about how "we all live by rules and regulations" don't exactly inspire. But try telling that to your toddler.

About This Album

With the first strains of the Thomas theme, any kid with locomotive love in his blood will go a little bonkers. Percy! James! Mavis! Daisy! Edward! Gordon! Steam-powered engines roll down the track, the tenders are piled with coal, and W.V. Awdry's inventions (conceived initially as an allegory for the relationship between a Christian god and his subjects) spring to life. Musically, there's next to nothing redeeming about these songs: children singers, pallid instrumentation and lyrics about how "we all live by rules and regulations" don't exactly inspire. But try telling that to your toddler.

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About This Album

With the first strains of the Thomas theme, any kid with locomotive love in his blood will go a little bonkers. Percy! James! Mavis! Daisy! Edward! Gordon! Steam-powered engines roll down the track, the tenders are piled with coal, and W.V. Awdry's inventions (conceived initially as an allegory for the relationship between a Christian god and his subjects) spring to life. Musically, there's next to nothing redeeming about these songs: children singers, pallid instrumentation and lyrics about how "we all live by rules and regulations" don't exactly inspire. But try telling that to your toddler.