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Yummy Yummy

A fun album the whole family can get into.

What parents need to know

Positive messages

The Wiggles advocate a joyous, honey cake-eating existence.

Violence & scariness

The album is free of violent images.

Sexy stuff

There are no sexual references on the album.


The Wiggles use no objectionable language. Kids may enjoy their Aussie accents on words like "ba-nah-nah."


Other than urging the buying of food, there are no "consumer" references.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking

Alcohol and drugs are not mentioned.

Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that as far as kiddie music goes, it's not too bad -- it's amusing at times, and seeing your little ones so happy makes it bearable.

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What's the story?

Self-conscious about walking into the record store to ask for an album titled YUMMY YUMMY by a group called the Wiggles? No need: you've got company numbering in the millions, as the records of this Australian foursome have gone gold and platinum Down Under and around the world. On the album, the Wiggles sing about food, animals, numbers, and dancing with catchy rhythms and a smile. \"Hot Potato\" and \"Shaky Shaky\" encourage kids to get up and dance, and \"Fruit Salad\" inspires them to help make a fruit salad – and to eat it.

Is it any good?


Their approach is not novel: the all-male quartet sings familiar tunes with easy harmonies and upbeat guitar accompaniment. But what sets the Wiggles apart is their engaging personalities and their sense of fun. They love what they're doing, and they communicate that, whether on their music videos or their CDs.

Yummy Yummy is no exception. Parents will find these tunes amusing despite repeated playings, and boys like them as much as girls, so it's an ideal album for the family.

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about their favorite Wiggles tunes and what makes them so fun.

Music details

Artist:The Wiggles
Release date:August 1, 2000
Labels:Lyons Group, Lyrick
Genre:Children's Music
Parental advisory:No
Edited version available:No

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Kid, 8 years old June 19, 2011


It has the best songs! But 10% sexual behavior.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Parent Written bySeattle Mom April 9, 2008

My son's favorite video from age 1-3

Completely wholesome, goofy, fun kids love. Completely tollerable for adults to listen to over and over. Provides positive social messages, though not as educational as Sesame Street.