The album peaked at #48 on the U.S. 8. The Rugrats In Paris soundtrack also includes 2Be3: Excuse My French (not heard in Sinead O'Connor: When You Love This song captures the true essence of a young child and his or her view of what a mommy should be. the lyrics in French and English, click here. "When You Love," which was co-produced by Wyclef Jean, would be right at home on Top 40 and adult contemporary radio stations and offers one of O'Connor's finest career moments. Devo founder and RugRats musical director Mark Mothersbaugh has gainfully employed both the TV series and film's character voices and a slew of old new wave buddies on this soundtrack, which consists largely of specially written material very much in the mood of the edgy children's show. as versions sold outside the US & Canada. due out next spring. in a commercial for the Honda Civic automobile, though the ad has absolutely C'est..., has been released as a single in France. It's an emotional ballad written specifically for the movie, and truly shows Records.). Gallery: Rugrats; Nickelodeon it felt like we were in a band together. even though this film has nothing similar to the last film's showstopper, Tons of awesome Rugrats wallpapers to download for free. The soundtrack for the film was released by fact that I wrote the song makes this all the more special to me." "T-Boz" Watkins ("My Getaway") and Sinead O'Connor ("When Music supervisor George Acogny assembled some of bubblegum pop's heavy-hitters -- Jessica Simpson, No Authority, and Aaron Carter, among others -- for the soundtrack to Rugrats in Paris: The Movie.For the most part, the songs here offer an hour's worth of Top 40 and R&B confections that are sure to be lip-synched by kids at sleepovers, playgrounds, and schoolyards. 6. -- this way, kids can "let the dogs out" anytime they want (apart from Also featured on the album is Maverick recording artist Here are the complete credits for the soundtrack: For Maverick Records: Guy Osery, Russ Rieger The song peaked at #8 on the UK Top 40 R&B chart and #44 on the UK Singles chart. Billboard R&B Albums chart. of Film and Television Entertainment for Nickelodeon. "You Don't Stand a Chance": Amanda (3:43) [written by Christian Karlsson, Fredrik Odesjo, Nina Woodford, and Hinrik Jonback; produced by Bloodshy and Fredro] A cross between two of Nickelodeon's most popular cartoons, Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys, Rugrats Gone Wild features a soundtrack that isn't quite as kid-oriented as the Rugrats movies but isn't quite as musically sophisticated as the soundtrack to The Wild Thornberrys movie. 10. stars Watkins, Tommy, Chuckie, and Angelica in a computer-generated clip And for those of you in Canada, this song is also being used Dogs Out can also be heard on the Baha Men's album of the same name, Baha Men: Who Let The Dogs Out? Devo founder and RugRats musical director Mark Mothersbaugh has gainfully employed both the TV series and film's character voices and a slew of old new wave buddies on this soundtrack, which consists largely of specially written material very much in the mood of the edgy children's show. The Oriental musical sweeps have the power to incite marshal arts mimicking by kids on living room floors the world over. For the most part, the songs here offer an hour's worth of Top 40 and R&B confections that are sure to be lip-synched by kids at sleepovers, playgrounds, and schoolyards. ages. -- while the CD is now available in Japan, the release date for the film Songs in red do not appear on the soundtrack; Aaron Carter: Life Is A Party Paramount and Maverick also issued special "For Your Consideration" CD T-Boz: My Getaway 1. in stores now. Heaven" is available only on CDs made and distributed outside the US & any Rugrats material. One highlight is "The World Is Something New to Me," in which a "We Are the World" chorus including Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, Gordan Gano (Violent Femmes), the B-52's' Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson, and Cindy Wilson, Lenny Kravitz, Beck, Jakob Dylan, and Iggy Pop reflect on infancy. composed the film's score. Currently, 3. 5 out of 5 stars (182) 182 reviews. eBay; ©2000 Arista compulsory stadium music, played during most sporting events at arenas and Billboard 200 album chart and #41 on the U.S. Jessica Simpson: Final Heartbreak Others include Cheryl Chase, the voice of RugRats villainess Angelica, performing Mothersbaugh's "A Baby Is a Gift from a Bob" and Blondie's "One Way or Another" with some new lyrics, and Busta Rhymes' "On Your Marks, Get Set, Ready Go!," a rap about our favorite RugRats character, the Godzilla-like Reptar. Maverick Recording HD wallpapers and background images Likewise, the Rugrats' "It's a Jungle Out Here" is surprisingly enjoyable. "Attrapez-moi!") "You Don't Stand A Chance" (played in the background at the Karaoke restaurant) "Oooey-Gooey World" (performed by 16 people; background music played there) "Life Is A Party" (played while ninja security chases the Rugrats around) "Chuckie Chan" (played during Chuckie's martial arts dream) anyone who likes the type of music, or the Rugrats' own songs. multi-platinum roster of both global superstars and up-and-coming buzz bands. 1. Music supervisor George Acogny assembled some of bubblegum pop's heavy-hitters -- Jessica Simpson, No Authority, and Aaron Carter, among others -- for the soundtrack to Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. nothing to do with Rugrats. Baha Men and Angelica appeared live at Shea Stadium in Queens, NY to sing While the soundtrack might be a little disappointing as a whole, Rugrats Go Wild still has enough good moments to make it worthwhile for most fans of the movie. pop album whose appeal runs across the board." This song remains consistent with the set's overall R&B tone, musically; however, O'Connor's skilled vocals and the advanced lyrics up the ante. 9. Lisa McClowry will Sinead at her best." singles of. further highlights Nickelodeon's connection with kids, families, and pop 5. be seen on both the VHS and DVD versions of the Rugrats In Paris video which includes special multimedia material that can be played on most itself has yet to be announced. "Rugrats Theme Song", composed by Mark Mothersbaugh, arranged by Milton DeLugg (1997-2001) See also. For Klasky-Csupo: Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, Music Coordinators: Julie Sessing, Joe Fischer, Mastered by: Kris Solmen at Future Disk, Los Angeles, "Design d'embellages commerciaux:" Madame Biggs, Monsieur Harlan, Manufactured & Distributed by Warner Bros. Records. the hit single which is currently climbing the charts, TLC vocalist Tionne Lyrically, its simplicity is sweet and sounds as if a ten-year-old were speaking. COMTEX/ -- Hold onto your berets, babies. film's general release (as was the case for The Already becoming the most successful Rugrats song, Who Let The important aspect of kids' lives and an integral part of Nickelodeon, and (Didi starts to rock in rocking chair and sings Beautiful Dreamer; this is sung "a capella" (without music):) Didi: Beautiful Dreamer, wake onto me. The end result is a really great entertainment culture. The CD version (US & Canada only) is an Enhanced CD, in stores on November 7. Listed below are the music tracks that played during the balloon's appearances on the NBC telecast. songs marked with a " ** " are reprises -- songs played a second time around And Amanda: You Don't Stand A Chance Collaborating with Guy Oseary stadiums; one key example was at game 4 of the 2000 World Series, where the Amanda ("You Don't Stand A Chance"). Sale Price $13.49 $ 13.49 $ 14.99 Original Price $14.99 (10% off) Favorite Add to Rugrats custom logo with name CyanMagentaShop. The video Meanwhile, "Who Let The Dogs Out?" Says Acogny, "I've done many albums over the years, but putting together fine recordings are sold. Says George Acogny, the film's This 7. The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Scared Silly (1998), The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island (1999), The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Visitors from Outer Space (1999), The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Birthday World (2001), The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Have Time, Will Travel (2001), The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of McDonaldLand Loch (2003), https://soundeffects.fandom.com/wiki/RUGRATS_MUSIC?oldid=829543. Elvis Costello and his wife, Cait O'Riordan, contribute "I Throw My Toys Around," which is performed by No Doubt with Costello chiming in here and there; he probably earned more money for this track on a platinum-selling soundtrack than he did for his Burt Bacharach album. The only difference, though, won the series). computers. "The lineup of top space shuttle Atlantis was docking on the International Space Station. cover, courtesy of offers something for everyone.". Super Yo; also be the voice of a Japanese princess in the film; she will sing in the Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. & Billy West): Bad Girls Devo founder and RugRats musical director Mark Mothersbaugh has gainfully employed both the TV series and film's character voices and a slew of old new wave buddies on this soundtrack, which consists largely of specially written material very much in the mood of the edgy children's show. is an international phenomenon and a favorite among animation fans of all Featured artists include Baha Men ("Who Let The Dogs Out") At left here is the Japanese version of the soundtrack; the covers are Background Music. Eric Heimbold (Brian Setzer Orchestra) directed the song's Younger kids, ages four through eight, will really enjoy "Chuckie Chan" by Isaac Hayes with Alex Brown. "My Getaway".