HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Original Soundtrack (2006) (WALT DISNEY RECORDS) (11 TRACKS + 8 KARAOKE VERSIONS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM | Music | Karaoke

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Original Soundtrack (2006) (WALT DISNEY RECORDS) (11 TRACKS + 8 KARAOKE VERSIONS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Original Soundtrack (2006) (WALT DISNEY RECORDS) (11 TRACKS + 8 KARAOKE VERSIONS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM mp3-album-00623
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In the Disney Channel's original movie High School Musical, the star basketball player and a brainy new arrival discover their love of singing at a karaoke night, then try out for the school musical and challenge the status quo of their cliques in the process. While the movie's soundtrack isn't exactly challenging, it does feature a pretty engaging mix of music and empowering messages, most of which can be found in earnest ballads such as "Start of Something New," "When There Was Me and You," and "Breaking Free." Meanwhile, "We're All in This Together" sets lyrics like "Everyone is special in their own way/We make each other strong" to music inspired by "Hollaback Girl"'s marching-band/cheerleader motif, and "Get'cha Head in the Game" mixes and matches an urban pop melody with sound effects like dribbling basketballs and squeaking sneakers. The soundtrack flirts with satire on "What I've Been Looking For," a number sung by the theater kids who are threatened by these upstarts from other cliques invading their territory: the song's melody is so bright and the vocals so relentlessly cheery, it sounds like a parody of a show tune. Likewise, the big chorus on "Stick to the Status Quo" urges everyone to just "go with the flow." At other times, High School Musical comes closer to sounding like the usual teen pop product issued by Disney, especially on "I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" and the Latin-flavored "Bop to the Top." Still, the album has enough personality to set it apart from the status quo of the studio's other releases, and the karaoke versions of "Get'cha Head in the Game" and "Start of Something New" will appeal to aspiring singers -- whether they're jocks, drama club members, or math whizzes.

Recorded in five days, the soundtrack was released on January 10, 2006 and became the best selling album of that year, having sold more than 3.7 million copies in the US and 7 million copies worldwide. As of January 2016, the album has sold 5,000,000 copies in the U.S., making it the best-selling TV soundtrack since 1991 when Nielsen SoundScan started tracking music sales.

Track Listing:

1. Start Of Something New - 3:17
2. Get'cha Head In The Game - 2:28
3. What I've Been Looking For - 2:04
4. What I've Been Looking For (Reprise) - 1:20
5. Stick To The Status Quo - 4:28
6. When There Was Me And You - 3:00
7. Bop To The Top - 1:48
8. Breaking Free - 3:27
9. We're All In This Together - 3:51
10. I Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You - 2:51
11. Get'cha Head In The Game - 2:46

12. Start Of Something New (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 3:31
13. Get'cha Head In The Game (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 2:37
14. What I've Been Looking For (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 2:13
15. When There Was Me And You (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 3:16
16. Bop To The Top (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 2:09
17. Breaking Free (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 3:42
18. We're All In This Together (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 4:13
19. I Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You (Karaoke Instrumental Version) - 3:08

In the Disney Channel's original movie High School Musical, the star basketball player and a brainy new arrival discover their love of singing at a karaoke night, then try out for the school musical and challenge the status quo of their cliques in th
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