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Scooby-Doo Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 4, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: June 14, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Warner Bros Mod Afw
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000667RM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,578 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Shaggy, Where Are You? - Shaggy
2. Land Of A Million Drums - Outkast
3. Lil' Romeo's B House - Lil' Romeo
4. Thinking About You - Solange
5. Words To Me - Sugar Ray
6. Freaks Come Out At Night - Uncle Kracker
7. Bump In The Night - Allstars
8. Whenever You Feel Like It - Kylie Minogue
9. It's A Mystery - Little T and One Track Mike
10. Scooby D - Baha Men
11. Man With The Hex - The Atomic Fireballs
12. Grow Up - Simple Plan
13. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? - MxPx
14. Mystery Inc. - David Newman

Editorial Reviews

Album Description

Soundtrack to 2002 film adaptation of the classic cartoon. 14 tracks, 'Shaggy, Where Are You?' Shaggy, 'Land Of A Million Drums' Outkast, 'Lil' Romeo's B House' Lil' Romeo, 'Thinking About You' Solange, 'Words To Me' Sugar Ray, 'Freaks Come Out At Night' Uncle Kracker, 'Bump In The Night' Allstars, 'Whenever You Feel Like It' Kylie Minogue, 'It's A Mystery' Little T and One Track Mike, 'Scooby D' Baha Men, 'Man With The Hex' The Atomic Fireballs, 'Grow Up' Simple Plan, 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?' MxPx & 'Mystery Inc.' David Newman.

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While the Scooby-Doo cartoons of the early 1970s were often campy and implausible, they were always jokingly scary--and tons of fun. Likewise, the soundtrack to the live-action Scooby-Doo continues this spirit of lightweight fright. Outkast furiously rhyme atop eerie sound effects and thumping breakneck beats, and Busta Rhymes and Uncle Kracker rap about creepy creatures above a herky-jerky bass line. Elsewhere, Allstars contribute a pulsating dance-floor homage to night noises, and the Atomic Fireballs growl a swing-dance about voodoo, replete with pounding drums and peppery horns. The album does have truly scary patches of mediocrity--an anemic Destiny's Child imitation by Beyonce's younger sis Solange, Little T and One Track Mike's lame-lyrical ode to love, and Shaggy's laid-back but boring remix of the cartoon's theme (upstaged mightily by MxPx's livelier punk version). Yet, like the antics of the irresistible animated canine and his mystery-solving posse, Scooby-Doo's unabashed silliness and cheeky merriment is colorful and highly enjoyable escapism. Kick back with a box of Scooby Snacks and enjoy the similarly sugary fluffiness of this soundtrack--you won't be disappointed. Zoinks! --Annie Zaleski

Customer Reviews

They are soooooo cool!
Michelle M. Ficke
Man With The Hex - The Atomic Fireballs: I love, love, love this song which is insanity at it's best!
"c_e_l_e_b_r_i_t_y"
I bought this CD the day I went to the theatre to see the movie.
"jem-aja"

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By "c_e_l_e_b_r_i_t_y" on July 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack has many different styles of music and is the rare breed of cd that you can put into your player and listen to and enjoy the whole thing. I LOVE this cd which features alot of really good music from a film that is just as great. Here's a breakdown of the cd:
1. Shaggy, Where Are You? - Shaggy: Exactly what you've come to expect from Shaggy, this song has a great regge vibe with a little Scooby Doo theme music mixed in. Great song! - 4 stars
2. Land Of A Million Drums - Outkast: This is my favorite song on the cd and when it plays in the movie, it makes you wanna dance and gets you in the mood for action. - 5 stars
3. Lil' Romeo's B House - Lil' Romeo: Sampling the song Brick House, this song is fun, but it's one that I could take or leave. Most likely would appeal more to kids. - 3 stars
4. Thinking About You - Solange: Solange is an up and comer who's big sister is Beyonce Knowles from superstar group Destiny's Child and you can tell. Sounding just like a clone of her big sis, this song can be nice or annoying depending on your mood. All in all, it's rather tasteless. - 3 stars
5. Words To Me - Sugar Ray: I LOVE this song. It's one of those songs that's perfect for summer that makes you wanna get up and go do something in the sun and the water. It's one of those songs when in the winter you hear it, it reminds you of how much fun you had on those summer days. Also available on Sugar Ray's latest cd, I recommend buying it and this soundtrack. - 5 stars
6. Freaks Come Out At Night - Uncle Kracker feat. Busta Rhymes: This is the kind of song you'd expect on the soundtrack to a Scooby Doo movie. Hip Hop driven with a spooky theme, it'll get you up and dancing. Fun song! -4 stars
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By EJ Sentman on June 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
There are two types of movie sountracks. There's some that are excellent that have a great compilation of good songs. Then there's ones with music that is just terrible. Luckily, the Scooby Doo soundtrack is in the first category. And it's better than the movie, A LOT better. Of course, this soundtrack isn't all good. But it's outweighed by the good stuff. OutKast's song is definently a good one. I'm not a big fan of rap, I like rock mostly, but I like OutKast and this is a really cool song. The MxPx version of the Scooby Doo theme is awesome. I never realized how well that song could be made into a punk song. Another punk band on this CD is Simple Plan. If you like punk at all, you'll like Simple Plan's song. "Grow Up" is a cool song. You might have heard it before in a Six Flags advertisement. This is definently a cool song and if you like "Grow Up" then I reccomend you pick up Simple Plan's CD "No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls". MxPx and OutKast CDs are also very good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget on July 1, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I'm not usually one for 'soundtracks' as I usually opt for the 'score album' if there is a choice. Unfortunately, David Newman's pleasant score for either of his Scooby-Doo movies is not available. There is only one brief suite of his themes on this 14-track CD, tagged on right at the end, but the fun, positive-vibed songs do actually make up for it.

Most of them have a Scooby-Doo slant, working the loveable Great Dane into the lyrics, especially 'Thinking About You' by Solange (Beyonce's Sister, who was 15 when she recorded this). My favorite tune has to be 'Bump in the Night' by allSTARS*, an awful UK pop group. Who knew they could actually make something as good as this? But don't they remind you of the Hex Girls a little bit?

No matter how high-brow your tastes might be, there is sure to be something fun for you on this album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tyson Shawn Love on February 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Seems like 1st album is always the best than the 2nd album dont you guys think?? :-\
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Hey, i think everyone should check out the Scooby Doo sountrack, it has great
bands on it like mxpx, and sugar ray, and especially Simple Plan, you've heard their
song "im just a kid" they are ready to release their second single, and have
contributed yet another song to a soundtrack, this one called "grow up" this is the
song of the summer, go check out the film and the band, ...and
get the soundtrack
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Kylie Minogue's "Whenever You Feel Like It", is a great dance tune! This song was supposed to be included on her album "Fever" but was taken off after she received "Come Into My World" from Kathy Dennis (writer/producer of "Can't Get You Out Of My Head") to record. If you want yet another song that didn't make it on the "Fever" CD but this disc.
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Format: Audio CD
This album contains a lot of wonderfully dancy songs such as "Land of a million drums" and "Words to me"! Everything about this soundtrack is awesome! All I can say is Scooby Doo really is 'keepin' it real!' SCOOBY DOOBY DOOO!
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By Ray H on June 9, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I loved the movie and music ever since it hot theatres and on DVD and CD. 5 stars all the way.
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