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High School Musical 2
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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: VARIOUS
EAN: 0050087107529
Format: Soundtrack
Item Dimensions: 5050021575
Label: Disney
Languages: EnglishUnknownStereo
Manufacturer: Disney
MPN: 050087107529
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Disney
Release Date: August 14, 2007
Studio: Disney




Disc 1:
  1. What Time Is It
  2. Fabulous
  3. Work This Out
  4. You Are the Music in Me
  5. I Don't Dance
  6. You Are the Music in Me (Sharpay Version)
  7. Gotta Go My Own Way
  8. Bet On It
  9. Everyday
  10. All For One
  11. BONUS TRACK: HUMUHUMUNUKUNUKUAPUA'A
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
High School Musical 2 is the highly anticipated follow up soundtrack to the MUSIC PHENOMENON of 2006, High School Musical which is Quadruple Platinum and has broken multiple singles records! High School Musical 2 will be the TV movie and soundtrack event of the year. Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical 2 Premiere is 8/17/07

Amazon.com:
Fans of High School Musical can breathe easy: Based on this soundtrack, the sequel is just as good, and perhaps even better. Though its trailer asked "Are you ready for the start of something new?" HSM2 isn't turning the franchise into The Wire, and really is more of the same--which is, of course, totally fine by us. One of the most energetic tracks is Chad and Ryan's musical/baseball number "I Don't Dance," propelled by a cool big-band swing motif (fans of director Kenny Ortega's choreographic work for Xanadu will be reminded of that movie's mash-up of disco and swing in the "Dancin'" number). Once again Troy and Gabriella get the ballads, but "You Are the Music in Me" is a fine one and doesn't get bogged down in syrup. It also gets reprised by Troy and Sharpay in a rockier and arguably better version. This is typical of the fact that, overall, the bouncier tracks fare best: "All for One" (with its handclaps and surfy guitar licks), the single "What Time Is It" (the time of our lives, of course!), "Work This Out" (complete with percussive, well, workout). Of course everybody's favorite brother-sister team, Ryan and Sharpay, gets a couple of great vehicles: "Fabulous" and the zany, Hawaiian-flavored "Humuhumunukunukuapua'a," which more than anything else sounds like a tribute to the Disney princess of the 1960s: Annette Funicello. --Elisabeth Vincentelli



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