Have you ever thought Nickelback's rock tracks could be made into lullabies for crying babies? We didn't either, until Rockabye Baby went and did just that.
But we're not sure whether it really is a soothing compilation of their hit tracks, or more likely something that prevent you from sleeping at night.
The album is 12 tracks long featuring some of Nickelbacks best loved hits including 'How You Remind Me', 'Photograph', 'Hero' and quite obviously 'Lullaby'.
The songs have been transformed from their alt-rock origins into lullabies by swapping their guitars and drums for xylophones and bells and turning the volume down a notch or two in the hope it will send many a baby fast asleep.
To be honest, it was sending some of us to sleep! But the creepy undertone may give us nightmares.
The Rockabye Baby! series has released over fifty of these instrumental novelty compilations, translating music from an astoundingly diverse roster of popular artists including Metallica, Kanye West, The Pixies, Bjork, Queens of The Stone Age, and Nirvana. Songs are recreated mostly with marimba and glockenspiel, and are generally unlikely to provide any sort of pacification/ are kind of nightmarish actually.
The album is available to buy now or you can stream a short preview for yourself over on the Rockabye Baby! website and at the source. But we recommend not wasting your time unless you want nightmares about possessed children.
So, how many copies will you be buying, ontd?