If there's something that feels better than a good night's sleep, we don't know what it is. That's why when we heard there's an album of lullabies, appropriately called Sleep, that promises adults a full eight hours of rest, we were excited. And also dubious.
According to Daily Mail, composer Max Richter created this extremely long record under guidance from a neuroscientist, so it's designed to keep you snoozing throughout its duration. Even though the record costs more than the standard CD's worth of songs, a whopping $35, it's immensely popular.
So is it worth the price? Daily Mail put the music to the test with four sleepless women. The results were mixed, but even the less-glowing reviews admitted that it did seem to help them get shut-eye (except for one woman who was actually jarred awake by the tunes). Check out their feedback here, and if you're still interested in downloading the album, it's available on iTunes here.
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