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Scooby-Doo Soundtrack Review

Scooby-Doo Soundtrack Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Do you dig Lil Romeo, Shaggy, Kylie Minogue and Sugar Ray? Did you see the flick? Then youre definitely gonna want to snag a copy of the Scooby-Doo soundtrack for your collection.

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If you found yourself shakin' your popcorn to the music in the Scooby-Doo flick - you're not alone. The hottest mystery flick of the summer has got a pretty hot soundtrack too which includes songs by Shaggy, Lil' Romeo, Sugar Ray, Kylie Minogue and Baha Men.

Shaggy (not Shaggy from the movie - the deep-voiced artist) kicks off the Scooby-Doo soundtrack with a fun track called Shaggy, Where Are You? This tune includes the original verses to the Scooby-Doo theme song. The CD doesn't include the original Scooby-Doo tune but MXPX puts a nice spin on an old favorite with a thrashy version (think Sum 41) of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? OutKast (featuring Killer Mike & Sleepy Brown) sings Land Of A Million Drums, which is a fun tune - heavy on the beats. Lil' Romeo fans are definitely gonna want to get their hands on a copy cuz it includes Lil' Romeo's new track, Lil' Romeo's B House. It's a cool funk track and Romeo gets help from his dad Master P. Last but not least, Simple Plan kicks with a tune called Grow Up.

Sugar Ray adds their cool beach party track, Words to Me and Beyonce Knowles' (Destiny's Child) lil' sis Solange releases her debut track, Thinking About You. Jinkies! Mysteriously... it sounds very much like a Destiny's Child song and definitely gets a Scooby snack. Kylie Minogue kicks it up a notch with Whenever You Feel Like It, the fastest dance track on the CD. If you're looking for a fluffy, fun CD full of party tracks then trade in your Scooby snacks for a copy of the Scooby-Doo soundtrack.

Rating:3

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OutKast

Members: Antawn Andre Patton (aka Big Boi,) birthday 2/1/75, born in Georgia, height 5'8.
Andre Lauren Benjamin (aka Dre,) birthday 5/27/75, sign-gemini, height-5'11.
OutKast's sound is a mix of rap/soul/and funk. Their first song Players Ball hit the number one spot immediately. They also have a song Land of a Million Drums on the Scooby-Doo soundtrack! You may know some of their top singles such as So Fresh, So Clean, The Whole World, Ms. Jackson and there are MANY more! OutKast's 2 members are still working hard ballin' strait and, makin' up those GREAT lyrics that get stuck in our head. What can I say, it's their job! (And may I say they do a WONDERFUL job!!!)

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