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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen [Original Soundtrack]
     

Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen [Original Soundtrack]

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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen is a star vehicle for Lindsay Lohan in every sense: it's not only Lohan's first movie after her success in Freaky Friday, its soundtrack also features several songs by her as well. Songs like "What Are You Waiting For" and "Drama Queen (That Girl)" build on the musical persona Lohan began on Freaky Friday's

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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen is a star vehicle for Lindsay Lohan in every sense: it's not only Lohan's first movie after her success in Freaky Friday, its soundtrack also features several songs by her as well. Songs like "What Are You Waiting For" and "Drama Queen (That Girl)" build on the musical persona Lohan began on Freaky Friday's "Ultimate," offering some of the sassy empowerment of Avril Lavigne with a lot less sullenness. While she may not have the pipes to completely carry off the medley of "Don't Move On/Living for the City/Changes" (yes, the David Bowie song), on tracks such as "A Day in the Life" (thankfully not the Beatles classic) Lohan does have enough presence to work as Disney's answer to Avril, just as Hilary Duff is their response to Britney. Overall, the sound of the album is so sweet that it might as well be called Confections of a Teenage Drama Queen, although there are some attempts at originality within its teen pop sound. Atomic Kitten and Kool & the Gang turn in a not half-bad version of "Ladies' Night"; Superchic(k)'s "Na Na" sounds like a Sugar Ray song covered by teenage girls; and fan_3's "Boom," a slice of girl-driven hip-hop, might not be as brilliant as anything by Fannypack, but it's still pretty fun anyway. However, the soundtrack's required dashes of testosterone sound lost in the sea of pink that makes up the rest of the album: the acoustic version of Simple Plan's "Perfect" borders on sappiness, while Wakefield's "Un-Sweet Sixteen" and Diffuser's "Only in the Movies" are both pleasant-enough but slightly bland punk-pop singles. But, of course, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen is really all about the girls, and it revels in its celebration of all things fierce and frilly.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/17/2004
Label:
Hollywood Records
UPC:
0720616244222
catalogNumber:
162442
Rank:
167596

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Technical Credits

David Bowie   Composer
Kool & the Gang   Composer
Ronald Bell   Composer
Bridget Benenate   Composer
Steve Booker   Composer
Matthew Gerrard   Composer,Producer
Max Hsu   Composer
Kirk Miller   Composer
Linda Perry   Composer
Stevie Wonder   Composer
Kara DioGuardi   Composer
Dawn Solér   Producer
Mitchell Leib   Producer,Music Executive
Pamela Sheyne   Composer
David Snow   Art Direction
Marty Blasick   Composer
Jamie Houston   Composer
Bill Wolfe   Composer
Kaylin Frank   Creative Assistance
Desirée Craig-Ramos   Soundtrack Manager
Glen Lajeski   Composer,Marketing
Sacha Skarbek   Composer
Tammy Hyler   Composer
Simple Plan   Composer
Lukas Burton   Composer
Tomas Costanza   Composer
Jamie Hartman   Composer
Melissa Brock   Composer
Tricia Brock   Composer
Louise Burns   Composer
Samantha Moore   Composer

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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the songs from the movie, but the actual movie itself was TERRIBLE! I'm sorry, but those dream sequences totally lost me. The soundtrack's awesome, though. I would definatly recomend it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This cd has some very great songs! I saw the movie because i read the book and loved it to death! The movie is awesome and the soundtrack is just as good. I recommend the movie as well as the book. The music is awesome, Lindsey Lohan can really sing!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved This CD. I bought it because it was the only way to get "The Real Me" by Alexis. The Real Me is a fab. song about finding out who you are and likeing who that person is. It has a great beat that makes you want to dance and you can't help but sing along. By far the best song but I loved the rest of the CD as well. A great holiday gift or something for you to just have. Master_edd04
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the songs,but they didn't include the song Uh Oh. That was my faorite song to, but I guess that's o.k.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lindsay Loahn is a ausome singer. She realy has acomplished something. She Rocks!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The CD I thought was pretty lame in the beggining. But as soon as I got to the track by Alexis I was wowed. This girl can sing. If you dont buy this album because of the other songs do it just for this one this girl can really sing! Apparently she writes her own music too. Because of this CD I have found my new favorite artist and so I think you should check it out because its great! The rest ok the CD is good to (although I hated Lindsys voice)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVE LINDSAY LOHAN BUT I HATED THIS MOVIE IT WAS ALITTLE BABISH FOR MY AGE BUT I LOVE LINDSAY!!! AHHHH!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is the best cd ever i love the song drama queen ans the play medly thing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best CD ever!!!!!!!!!! I even used Track# 1 in the talent show at school! I LOVED Track# 1,9,6,11,and 2!!!!!!!! Buy it or else!!!! Just Kidding!!!!!!!!!!! But you should buy it!!!!!!! Also u should get the book Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen!!!! Go LINDSEY!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been watching and listening to Lindsey Lohan since her performance in the "Parent Trap". Since than I have watched all of her movies and listened to all of her music.