I loved the Hot Fudge show when I was a child, which was a major selling point of the music. However, even if you've never seen the show (which I imagine most kids today haven't) the music still has appeal. It's catchy, upbeat and encourages positive traits without talking down to the audience or hitting them over the head with the message (with the exception of "It's not My Fault" is a musical send-off of excuses that was designed to be over the top). The innocence of the album can be heard in the song "I think You're Beautiful" in which a grown man is singing a duet with a little girl to bolster her appreciation for her appearance. try getting something like that filmed today in the hyper-paranoid new millenium! Overall, a good album that old fans of the show and young kids alike will appreciate. I only hope someday they will release an album with the ultra-groovey theme song someday.
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