Come on, , I see you, pretending you got a sliver. Five stars would have been awarded if some of the familiar and great background music had been included - for fans of the original these are nearly as recognisable and loved as the theme tune. The songs on this discs are family-friendly and child-safe. The reason for deducting stars is that I don't think it's a good enough value for the price. And, Scooby-Doo, if you come through, you're going to have yourself a! I admit that I really like the original theme song and that I prefer the 1960's songs to the 70's or 80's ones.
It was also heard during its run on Cartoon Network, until Turner decided to remaster all the episodes in 1998. I think that this soundtrack is great-it has dialog from the show and great songs! This cd is great for fans of the show and who grew up watching the original Scooby Doo! The closing theme of the first show was the more familiar theme song shown above, written by David Mook and Ben Raleigh and recorded by Mook three days before the show's September 13 broadcast premiere. This soundtrack is a must have for anyone who loves the show and the movie of course! Finally, to prevent overzealous stylus-tapping, food items too will be cleared when touched. My five-year-old loves Scooby-Doo and now he's learning to love pop music partly through the classic bubblegum pop songs featured in the old Scooby-Doo episodes. I found a used copy and it was not in the best of shape.
Elsewhere I read that the song by Jerry Reed another celebrity guest is not the actual one used in the cartoon, it's a re-recording. There is even a Scooby Doo club mix! It's neat to hear all the different themes that Scooby Doo has had. My own faves are the earliest tunes--Recipe for My Love, Tell Me Tell Me, I Can Make You Happy. Lyrics Scooby-Dooby-Doo, where are you? One of my little kids I teach dance too gave me this for Christmas Aww! This also exists on season 1 episodes in Italian and season 2 episodes in Latin Spanish. It was written by and , and originally performed by for the , then by for the. After Nichols's theme was used as both the opening and closing theme of the second broadcast episode, , the show's official theme song became the permanent opening credits theme, and was also heard during the closing credits on all but three episodes: , , and. Rocks can be cleared by touching them twice with the stylus.
I'm sure we're all better off for it. There's lots of sons from the serioes too! The theme was used for the opening credits of and under the title cards for the premiere episode,. They can be moved to another belt by touching them with the stylus. You know we got a mystery to solve, so Scooby-Doo, be ready for your act. I'd actually been looking for a Britney Spears album for my 5-year-old, and ended up with this. These are also of varying quality but don't hit the heights of the pop songs.
If a bomb gets tossed around too much, it will detonate by itself. We have even had a few free dance lessons, watching Katie do her go-go thing accompanied by the music how could kids possibly know all those 1960's dances, anyway? My friend is enjoying it all the same. You should of seen my reaction when I found this soundtrack-I was in heaven! The pop songs - all of which appeared in the shows, usually accompanied by Scooby and Shaggy running from a ghost or ghoul - are of varying quality but never below good. Davy Jones' song I Can Make You Happy is wonderful and my favorite song on the album. The fans will love this cd!.
We need some help from you now. The tracks include five themes from the various incarnations of the Scooby show, from the great the original Scooby Doo, Where Are You? Also featured are the character-sang songs from the shows, most from the special Scooby Goes Hollywood. This article is about the theme song. A real highlight, and one that's not advertised on the cover, is the inclusion of soundbites from the show featuring all of the gang after virtually every track. The worms deduct six points if they are eaten, and they are occasionally found in the tomatoes.
Sound quality is good - as usual for Rhino releases. The vocal interludes that transition you from song to song are entertaining--just long enough to refresh the listener's ear between ditties. It's cute release if you can pick it up cheap. Monkees fans might be interested in the song by Davy Jones. Would you do it for a scooby snack. You're ready and you're willing.
I picked this up for someone who wanted to have songs from the cartoon series. The song was featured on the 1998 soundtrack,. Occasionally, bombs, , and rocks are on the belts. Nichols' original theme is, however, heard under the title card for each episode of both this and the follow-up series, , and is very prominently used as background score for most Scooby-Doo episodes through 1979. I don't know either way to comment on this. The food is worth three points and Maxim Tomatoes are worth six points.
If we can count on you, Scooby-Doo, I know we'll catch that villain. This cd is must for anyone who wants to go back to their childhood! You get all the Scooby Doo themes, plus tons of songs from the shows. The Name To Remember is great but I Could Be a Star just grates. Tap , , and rocks to get them out of the way. Hey, I love the Scooby Doo title songs. Don't want to buy it? This album brings back memories of the '60s and 70's for me and of the late '90s for Katie, who's been watching the show on Cartoon Network. It has been featured in several films since then, being covered by several different genre artists.
Game , , and are lying on four separate conveyor belts. They can be cleared by touching them with the stylus. The game has two tracks, and both of them last 30 seconds each. The bombs clear all the food on the belt and deduct three points. Plus I like the way the cd is set! Granted, it's not the one I grab for when I'm listening to something out of class, but I frequently use it in classes with little kids. The conveyor belts have and on them which the four Kirbys must eat.