Step Up 2: The Streets Soundtrack
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this soundtrack contains edited versions of the original songs, so there is virtually no vulgar language other than a "damn" here and there. There is, however, several instances of sexual lyrics and talk about the club scene.
What's the story?
Is it any good?
Get ready to "Shake your Pom Pom" when you pop in this CD. Even if you aren't a fan of this type of music, you can't help but get into the groove with the booty-boppin' beats and dance rhythms that make up the soundtrack. Most of the songs are indeed about dancing and gettin' down oh so "low low low low." There's the popular, bumpin' tracks like "Low" and Cupid's "369," as well as the slow, grinding grooves found in heartthrob Enrique Iglesias' "Push" and Cassie's sweet and innocent airy pop in "Is it You."
Families can talk about...
Families can talk about the popularity and success of movie soundtracks. Does a good soundtrack make you want to see the movie, or does it make a movie better? Do you think it is beneficial for movie studios to use big-name artists, or is it more about the music simply fitting the image and story of the movie?