Summer Belongs to You

Music review by
Jessica Dawson, Common Sense Media
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Parents recommend
Lively, silly summer tunes from Disney Channel brothers.

Parents say

age 6+
Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 4+
Based on 6 reviews

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Positive Messages

Fun, upbeat songs about embracing life, working together, having fun, and enjoying the long days of summer

Positive Role Models & Representations

Phineas and Ferb use amazing creativity and imagination to have fun in the summer, outside, not sitting on the couch. Even Candace learns to enjoy summer fun.

Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff

Promotes Disney Channel TV show, features celebrity guests like Clay Aiken, Chaka Khan.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this album features songs from the special one-hour, 101st episode of the hit animated Disney Channel series. It's a fun trip around the world with all the show's characters, and celebrates the joys of summer with the same humor and wit that makes the show a hit with kids.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of a 8-year-old Written bysolfan68 October 8, 2010
We love Phin and Ferb at our house. And by WE, I mean our eight year old son AND his fortysomething parents. Summer Belongs to You is a great episode of the Di... Continue reading
Parent of a 4 and 6-year-old Written bycoloradokim August 26, 2010
I love this show, funny for both parents and kids. I love that they promote creativity and they are good kids with positive attitudes.
Kid, 10 years old November 15, 2010


I am listening to the soundtrack right now! The music can get stuck in your head though, because Summer Belongs to you has been stuck in my head for 3 months!
Kid, 9 years old November 1, 2010

Summer Belongs To You! Soundtrack

The Music Is Great! I Like The Episode Better Though.But Anyway The Music Rocks.Phineas And Ferb Summer Belongs To You! Soundtrack Is Good For Any Ages 2 And Up...

What's the story?

To celebrate 100 episodes of the Emmy-nominated Disney Channel animated TV series, Phineas & Ferb, everyone's favorite summer-lovin', rocket-building brotherly duo take a trip around the world in a one-hour special episode. The soundtrack features the 8 songs their journey, from Clay Aiken and Chaka Kahn cheering them on in "I Believe We Can" to the well-loved Love Handel singing "The Battle of Klimpaloon."

Is it any good?

It's not just the silly humor, outlandish predicaments, and endless tormenting of Candace that makes Phineas & Ferb so popular; the music from the hit show is pretty fantastic, as well. Now fans have even more P&F music to enjoy with the latest soundtrack from the 101st episode, SUMMER BELONGS TO YOU. Phineas, his brother Ferb, and the rest of the gang enjoy a whirlwind extravaganza from Tokyo to Paris, off a deserted island, and on a paper airplane to enjoy the summer solstice -- the longest day of the summer to get into even more trouble, er, fun. The music features all your kids' favorite characters, a little rock and roll, a little romance, and the same smart, feisty humor that makes the show, and its music, such a hit.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how Phineas and Ferb is a hit with grade-schoolers and parents. Why do you think this show is so successful? Do you like the stories? Are you more inclined to watch the show because there are often celebrity guests featured? What about the fact that celebrities do many of the voices? 

  • Phineas and Ferb use their imaginations to stay entertained throughout the summer. What are some ways that you stay active in the summer? Do you think too many kids stay inactive and indoors during the hot months?

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