Buy them at CD Now or Amazon
(I'm not being paid to give you these web locations. I'm just telling you
where you can order these online if you choose to.)
is only one CD out as of now that deals with Digimon. See below for
- The Movie 'Soundtrack'"
[Peak Billboard Top 200 Albums position: No chart]
the only soundtrack out related to Digimon, it's not bad for being the
only one. However, it seemed to fail commercially because half of
the tracks here have been released already by their respective
artists/bands on previous albums. The other half (which makes the
disc worth buying) consists of 1 new song, a rewrite/remix of the Digimon
theme, and various other songs used in the Digimon TV series.
don't do MP3 files, so don't ask.
track listing is below, with track times to the right.
Hidden Tracks (There is a minute long break between tracks 12 and 13....DO
NOT SHUT THE CD PLAYER OFF!!)
Pea Pod / Paul Gordon)
Impression That I Get
(The Mighty Mighty
My Friends Are Metalheads
(Less Than Jake)
NOT TURN YOUR CD PLAYER OFF!!
Kick It Up
things to note. "Hey Digimon" is an extended version that
includes a new set of lyrics to go with existing ones from the TV
series. "Kids In America", which precedes "Hey
Digimon" was originally a 1981 New-Wave hit by Kim Wilde, and was
re-done by Canadian pop-rock band, LEN, exclusively for this
soundtrack. "Rockafeller Skank" is an edited down version
of the Fatboy Slim hit, the original being (probably) 8-10 min
long......too long for this soundtrack and for most listeners.
"Impression That I Get" is the censored version, as the album it
came from in its original form has some cussing not needed on a soundtrack
aimed at the 9-13 age group. "Digimon Theme", one of the
hidden tracks is also an extended version not heard on the TV
series. The final 3 hidden tracks, 'Run-Around', and 'Here We
Go" are all from Digimon 02 (Season 2).
on the album:
picked up this album mainly for the Digimon TV series music and "One
Week", which was a song I liked when it first came out a few years
back. If you're a fan of alternative rock and ska, with a bit of
dance hall/rave style music thrown in, this CD is for you. "Hey
Digimon" is better with the extra lyrics, and the reggae undertones
make it listenable. On TV it wasn't liked by most fans because it
was played during battles...not the most appropriate song for a fast paced
battle segment, as it is upbeat. "Change Into Power" has
only been played twice on the TV series, so it's included here as a hidden
favorite track here though, is "Run-Around". It's fast
paced, short, and full of that heavy guitar sound that many popular bands
like Limp Bizket uses in their music. "I'm Going Digital"
is another I like, as it's got the same speed as "Run Around",
and it just plain out rocks.
Basically all the Digimon 02 music relies on fast vocals and heavy guitar
work....making them perfect for the battles they're played on in the TV