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The Backyardigans

Genre: Children's
Artist/Group Name: The Backyardigans
Release Date: 07/11/2006
Original Release Date: 2006
Length of CD: 32:25
Label: Nick Records

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# of Discs: 1
Total Time: 32:25

Disc 1
1. Hold on Tight
2. Gotta Get the Job Done
3. Shake Your Body
4. Rad Moves
5. We're Going to Mars
6. Drumming Song
7. Eureka!
8. Rules, The
9. Tree to Tree
10. What's So Scary 'Bout That
11. Ballad of the Brave Pink Knight, The
12. I Love Being a Princess
13. Aha!
14. Skate Ahead
15. We'll Get You What You Want
16. Ski Patrol to the Rescue
17. Super Heroes vs. Super Villains
18. Oh, My Sherman
Track Listing
# of Discs: 1
Total Time: 32:25
1. Hold on Tight
2. Gotta Get the Job Done
3. Shake Your Body
4. Rad Moves
5. We're Going to Mars
6. Drumming Song
7. Eureka!
8. Rules, The
9. Tree to Tree
10. What's So Scary 'Bout That
11. Ballad of the Brave Pink Knight, The
12. I Love Being a Princess
13. Aha!
14. Skate Ahead
15. We'll Get You What You Want
16. Ski Patrol to the Rescue
17. Super Heroes vs. Super Villains
18. Oh, My Sherman
Release Notes

Groove to the Music follows The Backyardigans almost an exact year to the date with 18 additional songs pulled directly from episodes of The Backyardigans. Smart, fun, and (perhaps just as important) not nearly as potentially annoying as the average disc of children's music, the songs consistently switch styles through several eras and are engaging (whether you're a child or a parent) without fault. They're all 90 seconds to two minutes in length and never sound formulaic, despite a steady amount of boisterous -- but sugar-powered -- energy. Highlights include "Ski Patrol to the Rescue," "Rad Moves," "Hold on Tight," "Shake Your Body," "The Ballad of the Brave Pink Knight," and "Super Heroes vs. Super Villains," all of which place the listener in a different scene of adventure. Evan Lurie, the show's musical director, is probably the best thing that ever happened to children's music; Oswald: Pop Goes the Octopus also involves his work and is a soothing alternate that involves the use of more woodwinds and light piano play. ~ Andy Kellman

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