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Radio Disney Jams Vol. 6

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Songs on Radio Disney or in Disney movies.

What parents need to know

Positive messages

No objectionable social behavior is depicted, other than in "Dig It," where the D Tent Boys explain they don't shower or brush their teeth; they just dig holes!

Violence & scariness

There are no violent images.

Sexy stuff

Several songs explore romantic relationships with surprising emotional depth ("Every day in my life without you is like a hundred years," sings Stevie Brock in "All For Love"), but with mild physical expressions (holding hands). One exception is Li'l Romeo in "My Baby," where he boasts, "I'm a little boy, but live a big man's life/ I got girls passin' up wanna be my wife/ I got grown women wanna be in my life."

Language

For the most part, there is no objectionable language, although "My Baby" and "Last One Standing" include double-entendres.

Consumerism

There are no obvious product tie-ins, although a number of the songs have a Disney connection.

Drinking, drugs, & smoking

There are no references to drugs or alcohol

Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that they don't have to worry about the content on this CD -- it's safe listening for preteens, although the inclusion of Li'l Romeo's swaggering "My Baby" is a curious addition to this otherwise mild collection.

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What's the story?

Disney may call these albums \"Jams,\" but don't expect free-flowing improvisations, or an unrehearsed potpourri from distinct artists. Instead, like its predecessors, RADIO DISNEY JAMS VOL. 6 compiles songs featured on Radio Disney or in Disney movies, often performed by Disney artists. So it's no surprise that this volume includes tunes from Disney's Holes and Inspector Gadget 2 movies, as well as from Hilary Duff of Lizzie McGuire fame.

Is it any good?

QUALITY

The album has a beat that's hard to deny, with crowd pleasers like Duff's "I Can't Wait" and Rose Falcon's energetic "Up, Up, Up." And not to be missed: the cool thing the D Tent Boys make of the sore-muscle business of digging holes in "Dig It."

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about whether they've heard some of the songs before. They can also sing and dance along with these kid-friendly tunes.

Music details

Artist:Various Artists
Release date:September 9, 2003
Label:Walt Disney Records
Genre:Compilation
Parental advisory:No
Edited version available:No

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