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Digimon [Warner Bros.]
     

Digimon [Warner Bros.]

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From the opening electronic beats of "Digi Rap" -- with lyrics such as, "The Digi-volution will not be stopped/Digimon roll/Digimon rock/Remember the Digi things I say/And Digi save the day" -- it's abundantly clear that this album is going to hold more appeal to the younger set than to their parents. Nevertheless, this collection of infectious pop songs holds strong

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From the opening electronic beats of "Digi Rap" -- with lyrics such as, "The Digi-volution will not be stopped/Digimon roll/Digimon rock/Remember the Digi things I say/And Digi save the day" -- it's abundantly clear that this album is going to hold more appeal to the younger set than to their parents. Nevertheless, this collection of infectious pop songs holds strong appeal. Some of them -- including Smash Mouth's peppy teen anthem "All Star," Fatboy Slim's funky "Rockafeller Skank," and "One Week," the contagiously catchy Barenaked Ladies single -- have been blaring from the stereos of school kids for the better part of a year. The fun continues with Paul Gordon's kid-friendly "Hey Digimon," an unassuming rap set in a buoyant melody that will likely have kids bopping all over the house, and "The Impression That I Get," the Mighty Mighty Bosstones' ska-pop toe-tapper. Digimon is an upbeat, catchy pop set sure to make points with Pokemon fans and non-fans alike.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Heather Phares
The original soundtrack to Digimon: The Movie collects original songs about the pretenders to the Pokemon throne -- such as "Digirap" and "Hey Digimon" -- as well as a surprisingly hip mix of modern rock songs, including the Mighty Mighty Bosstones' "The Impression That I Get," Fatboy Slim's ever-present "The Rockafeller Skank," and Smashmouth's equally ubiquitous "Allstar." Len's version of "Kids in America," the Barenaked Ladies' "One Week," and Less Than Jake's "All My Best Friends Are Metalheads" are some of the other highlights from this collection of sugar-buzzed ska-punk-pop. Though the Pokemon may be cuter, it seems that Digimon have better taste in music.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/19/2000
Label:
Maverick
UPC:
0093624785521
catalogNumber:
47855

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mighty Mighty Bosstones   Track Performer
Barenaked Ladies   Track Performer
Paul Gordon   Track Performer
Paul "PG Dreddy" Gordon   Track Performer
Len   Track Performer
Less Than Jake   Track Performer
Fatboy Slim   Track Performer
Summercamp   Track Performer
Smash Mouth   Track Performer
Showoff   Track Performer
Jason Gochin   Track Performer
Jason Radford   Track Performer
MC Pea Pod   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Marty Wilde   Composer
Guy Oseary   Executive Producer
Greg Camp   Composer

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Digimon [Warner Bros.] 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Did you know that one of Willis's Terriermons on the cover is Really soppost to be Brown and pink and it's name is really Lopmon???????????
Guest More than 1 year ago
This soundtrack is like the best in the world. It has all the greatest digimon background music that was on the TV show and movie.I recomend this track to all you digimon lovers. Not you boring people that don't like anything Pokemon or something like that. Digimon is totally different and way better so get this track!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is a collection of the music to the movie, and if u r a fan of digimon, or anything anime, u'll luv this!!! I did. Even if u dont really like the series, this has tracks of top chart songs, so theres something 4 even u boring people... as I said before, BUY IT NOW! or I will poke u repeatedly with a mop.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Digimon: The Movie soundtrack is a good CD. The only weird thing is the makers of the soundtrack (Maverick Records) put songs from other CD albums on to the soundtrack. For example, the song ''All My Best Friends Are Metalheads'' by Less Than Jake was previously on their album ''Hello Rockview''. But then Maverick Records comes along and takes that song and puts it on Digimon. It's really weird. But other than that, it's a cool rockin' soundtrack.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago