Between bouts of skull-pounding MIDI music, the gentle electronic tweets of "Breezy Singers" have their charm. Based on real-world recordings made by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, their chirpings meld with the plastic clatter of cheap robotics: hardly the emperor's nightingale, encrusted with diamonds, rubies and sapphires, but it'll do.
Don't be tempted to hurl these from cliffs and trees, crying "Fly, Goldfinch, fly!" – the instructions warn that they are for indoor use only.
ELECTRONIC SINGING BIRDS [My Favorite Things]