Rock fans, specifically those of the glam-metal era, can start cultivating their offspring's musical taste as early as infancy, thanks to 'Hair Goes Lullaby,' the latest disc of rock songs turned into soothing ones by Jammy Jams.

Songs that may remind children of the '80s of their hell-raising, rabble-rousing, hellion days are transformed here, with softer, more comforting arrangements, so that the little ones can be soothed by 'em. The decade of excess, glam, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll has been effectively re-imagined for a new generation.

Hair band ballads and anthems are collected here from the days when Aqua Net hair spray, acid wash jeans and high-top sneakers ruled the world. Obviously, it's easier to turn Motley Crue's 'Home Sweet Home' into a baby-appropriate song then, say, 'Girls, Girls, Girls,' but on the whole, this concept works.

'Hair Goes Lullaby' Track Listing:

'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' (Poison)
'Gypsy Road' (Cinderella)
'Home Sweet Home' (Motley Crue)
'I Remember You' (Skid Row)
'Lay It Down' (Ratt
'Honestly' (Stryper)
'Livin' on a Prayer' (Bon Jovi)
'Dream Warriors' (Dokken)
'Jet City Woman' (Queensryche)
'Here I Go Again' (Whitesnake)