Phineas and Ferb: Songs from the Hit Disney Series

Phineas and Ferb: Songs from the Hit Disney Series

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Phineas and Ferb: Songs from the Hit Disney Series

For anyone who hasn't watched episodes of the Disney animated series Phineas and Ferb, it's highly recommended. It is a Saturday morning cartoon comedy that stars two irrepressibly inventive, multi-talented, mischievous, nerd geniuses (who happen to be stepbrothers), their vain, hyperactive, scheming sister Candace, and their pet platypus (who happens to be a secret agent fighting an evil scientist, among others). The plots are standard, and sometimes so are the jokes, but the characters aren't. One of the show's high points is the music, from Bowling for Soup's theme song "Today Is Gonna Be a Great Day" (who can argue with a power pop-punk song with a killer hook that states: "This could possibly be the best day ever and tomorrow could be a million and six times better..." immediately after talking about locating Frankenstein's grave and "driving my sister insane"?) But it's not just the theme from the show, there's also the dubby dancehall of "Backyard Beach," by Ferb, the electro "S.I.M.P." ("Squirrels in My Pants"), the fingerpopping faux doo wop, hip-hop of "I Love You Mom," by Candace (who also gets all convincingly dancey on the sunshine pop "Queen of Mars"), and "You Snuck Your Way Right into My Heart," by '80s hard rockers Love Händel (no, we're not kidding) who are a dead cross between Journey and Spinal Tap. While it's true that all of this music, save for the theme, is done by Disney's stable of teen and young adult singers and session vocalists (Mitchel Musso is in the mix), there's something far more enjoyable about this stuff than standard kids' music fare -- like the shudderingly awful yet voluminous Kidz Bop series, ugh. You might even find yourself laughing and singing along with this set. Don't worry, we won't tell anyone.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/22/2009
Label: Walt Disney Records
UPC: 0050087132781
catalogNumber: 000300702
Rank: 12591

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Randy Crenshaw   Vocals
Danny Jacob   Vocals
Jaret Reddick   Vocals
Olivia Olson   Vocals
Ashley Tisdale   Vocals
Vincent Martella   Vocals
Mitchel Musso   Vocals
Laura Dickinson   Vocals
Dan Povenmire   Vocals
Robbie Wyckoff   Vocals

Technical Credits

Danny Jacob   Composer,Producer
Steve Gerdes   Art Direction
Bobby Gaylor   Composer
Bowling for Soup   Producer
Jaret Reddick   Composer
Michael Walker   Composer
Jeff "Swampy" Marsh   Composer,Creation
Kent Osborne   Composer
Dan Povenmire   Composer,Creation
Martin Olson   Composer
Robert F. Hughes   Composer

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Phineas and Ferb: Songs from the Hit Disney Series 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My 6-year-old can't get enough of this CD, and his 2-year-old sister dances along. Fun, creative music that even my husband likes. Even when our son plays it over and over and over again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Me and my kids listen to the Phineas and Ferb CD. We love the songs from the Disney TV show series. I wish they had the short version of the theme song on the CD, otherwise I really like it. You can sing along with It's a 101 days of Summer Vacation, the theme song. Who doesn't love, SIMP Squirrels in my pants. The songs reuniting the group Love Handle. If you have missed out on these songs, you'll have to watch the tv series on the Disney channel. Whoever writes the music for the tv series does a good job. The soundtrack includes Busted, My Nemesis, Gitchee Gitchee Goo, and Ain't Got Rhythm.
Wickedly_Goodkind More than 1 year ago
OMG, it's about time Disney realized the goldmine they had in their hands and release this awesome music. A television soundtrack hasn't been this good since Jem & the Holograms or Josie & the Pussycats. Long Live Phineas and Ferb Show. Rock on!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
my kids love the music. the music is very clear and it is a good qualety.
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