Kim Possible Soundtrack

 
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A good alternative to Britney Spears.

What parents need to know

Positive messages

What could be better than a teenage superheroine?

Violence & scariness

Kim manages to save the world without bloodshed, and this album steers clear of it, too.

Sexy stuff

Sex is pretty much out of the picture.

Language

There is no objectionable language.

Consumerism

The songs don't mention brand names, except for tracks that feature Kim Possible and her sidekicks.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking

There are no references to drugs or alcohol.

Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that they may tire of the album long before their tweens do, but can take comfort in the fact that, in addition to a good beat, the CD is squeaky clean.

What's the story?

In between completing her homework and cheerleading practice, Kim Possible manages to save the world, and these uptempo tracks show how, with their tireless energy and optimism.

Is it any good?

QUALITY
 

Christina Miliari sets the tone in the first track with her powerful voice in the show's theme song, "Call Me, Beep Me!" Other standouts include "Celebration," Jump5's peppy remake of this popular dance track, and "Naked Mole Rap," sidekick Ron Stoppable's squeaky clean rap tribute to pet mole rat Rufus. Wrapping up the fun is Smash Mouth's "Come On Come On," Aaron Carter's "Get Up On Ya Feet," and Tony Phillip's remix of the theme song, complete with sound bites from the show and Miliari's rapid-fire delivery.

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about energetic music. Does this music make you feel like getting on your feet and dancing?

Music details

Artist:Various Artists
Release date:July 22, 2003
Label:Walt Disney Records
Genre:Soundtrack
Parental advisory:No
Edited version available:No

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Parent of a 6 year old Written bymadsmooney1214 July 19, 2012
 

kim possible soundtrack

"Get Up On Ya Feet," and Tony Phillip's remix of the theme song, complete with sound bites from the show and Miliari's rapid-fire delivery. Families can talk about energetic music. Does this music make you feel like getting on your feet and dancing?
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Kid, 11 years old January 12, 2012
 
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