ZOOMSTARZ - a new pop album featuring child-friendly versions of chart-toppers - has hit the nation's stores.
Tracks by well-known artists such as Lily Allen and Girls Aloud have been given a makeover into sing-a-long songs that will satisfy any X-Factor wannabe under the age of 10. Zoomstarz gives parents the option for the first time of allowing their children to listen to age-appropriate renditions of their favourite catchy tracks, jam-packed on to a single album.
Three copies of Zoomstarz, launched by Polydor on July 14, can be won in this week's Guide competition.
Brought to us by the same people who released the Pop Party albums, the idea is that the catchy re-recorded tunes - sung by sweet-voiced boys and girls - are easier on children's ears while the lyrics have been re-written to be more suitable to a family setting.
And if the disc is popped into a computer, children can enjoy a karaoke game with five of the hits featured on the album, allowing them to sing along with some of the world's most successful artists.
Zoomstarz is developing into a brand, so not only is there an album but a website, a comic, a radio show and a children's club.
* To be in with a chance of winning a free copy of ZoomStarz, just answer the following question correctly:
Q: Which song by Girls Aloud features on the Zoomstars album?
Send your answer, with your name, address and daytime contact number, to: Zoomstars Competition, Harrow Observer, 5th Floor, Congress House, Lyon Road, Harrow, HA1 2EN, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries must be received by 5pm on July 30. Usual TMS rules apply.