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Scooby-Doo (soundtrack) – Wikipedia
|Scooby-Doo: Music from the Motion Picture|
|Soundtrack albumbyVarious artists|
|Released||June 4, 2002 (Audio CDandCompact Cassette)|
|Genre||Hip hop,pop punk|
|Scooby Doosoundtracks chronology|
|Scooby-Doo: Music from the Motion Picture(2002)||Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed(2004)|
|SinglesfromScooby-Doo: Music from the Motion Picture|
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Its name, “Darkopolypse,” is a play on the terms “dark” and “Apocalypse,” respectively.
|1.||“Shaggy, Where Are You?”||Shaggy||3:35|
|2.||” Land of a Million Drums “||Outkast,Killer MikeandSleepy Brown||4:05|
|3.||“Lil’ Romeo’s B House (samples ” Brick House ” byThe Commodores)”||Lil’ RomeoandMaster P||4:07|
|4.||“Thinking About You”||Solange KnowlesandMurphy Lee||4:02|
|5.||“Words to Me”||Sugar Ray||4:02|
|6.||“Freaks Come Out at Night”||Uncle KrackerandBusta Rhymes||4:03|
|7.||” Things That Go Bump in the Night “||allSTARS*||3:02|
|8.||“Whenever You Feel Like It”||Kylie Minogue||4:06|
|9.||“It’s a Mystery”||Little-T and One Track Mike||3:21|
|10.||“Scooby D”||Baha Men||2:53|
|11.||“Man with the Hex”||The Atomic Fireballs||3:01|
|12.||“Grow Up”||Simple Plan||2:33|
|13.||“Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?”||MxPx||1:29|
|14.||“Mystery Inc.”||David Newman||3:26|
Following a tense breakup, the members of Mystery Inc. are each assigned to a different island resort in order to investigate mysterious occurrences. Purchase the film: Purchase the film:
Words to Me
|The Beach Boys: performerBrian Wilson: writerTony Asher: writer|
Pass the Dutchie
|Mark McGrath: writerRodney Sheppard: performerMatthew Murphy Karges: performerCharles Stan Frazier: writerCraig Bullock: performerSugar Ray: performer|
Man with the Hex
|Outkast: performerAndré Benjamin: writerBig Boi: writer|
|Pierre Bouvier: writerChuck Comeau: writerJeff Stinco: writer|
Land of a Million Drums
|Ronald LePread: writerWalter Orange: performerMilan Williams: performerThomas McClary: writerWilliam King: writerRonald La Pread: writer|
|Little T: performer,writerOne Track Mike: performer,writer,producer|
- Where Have You Gone, Shaggy? David Mookand wrote the article. Ben Raleigh is an American actor and director who is most known for his role in the film The Great Gatsby. Shaggy contributed additional lyrics, which were produced by Dave Kelly. Thanks to Big Yard Music/MCA Records for the performance by Shaggy. Rock da Juice is a slang term for “drink a lot of juice.” Regis Ducafillon and Ian Burrell collaborated on this piece. The Dude is responsible for the performance. ULM-Universal Licensing Music, a Universal Music Company operating under license from Universal Music Enterprises, provided the music. Please pass the Dutchie. Lloyd Ferguson, Jackie Mittoo, and Fitzroy Simpson collaborated on this piece. Musical Youth provided the performance, which was made possible by MCA Records. In accordance with an agreement with Universal Music Enterprises
- The Story Has a Happy Ending Anti-Matter Music composed and produced the song, with vocals provided by Fiona Horne. Grow-Up Pierre Bouvier, Chuck Comeau (as Charles-Andre Comeau), and Jeff Stinco collaborated on the script (as Jean-Francois Stinco) Simple Plan was in charge of the work. By arrangement with Warner Special Products, Lava Records/Atlantic Recording Corp. has provided the music for this video. Lil’ Romeo’s B House is a bed and breakfast establishment. Writing credits include: William King, Ronald La Pread (as Ronald Lapread), Thomas McClary, Walter Orange, Milan Williams, Lionel Richie, Romeo Miller (as Lil’ Romeo), and Master P. Michael Robinson and Master P collaborated on the production. The song was performed by Romeo Miller (as Lil’ Romeo) and featured Master P, and it was released by The New No Limit Records. A sample of “Brick House,” performed by The Commodores, courtesy of Motown Records, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
- Land of a Million Drums
- And The Commodores. André 3000, Big Boi (as Antwan Patton), David Sheats, Killer Mike (as Michael Render), and Sleepy Brown collaborated on the script (as Patrick Brown) ET3 Productions was in charge of the production. Outkast (as OutKast) performs the song, which also features Killer Mike and Sleepy Brown. Arista Records, Inc. is responsible for OutKast’s appearance. It is because to Aquemini Records/Columbia Records that Killer Mike makes an appearance. At night, the freaks come out to play. Jail Hutchins and Lawrence Smith collaborated on this piece. Scott Storch was in charge of the production. Uncle Kracker and Busta Rhymes perform together in this song. Featured artist Uncle Kracker is brought to you by Lava Records / Atlantic Recording Corp. Busta Rhymes makes an appearance courtesy of J Records, and Creatures Chant contributes. James Gunn is the author of this piece. Danny Saber performs, with Stacie Plunk and Bernard Fowler joining him on stage. It’s a Mysterious Situation Little T and One Track Mike collaborated on this piece. One Track Mike was in charge of the production. Little T and One Track Mike provide the musical accompaniment. Words to Me is courtesy of Lava Records/Atlantic Recording Corporation. Scripted by Charles Stan Frazier (as S. Frazier), Mark McGrath (as M. McGrath), Rodney Sheppard (as R. Sheppard), Craig Bullock (as C. Bullock), McG (as J. Nichol), Matthew Murphy Karges (as M. Karges), and Ralph Sall (as R. Sall) Ralph Sall was in charge of the production. Sugar Ray is the performer. Bump in the Night is courtesy of Lava Records/Atlantic Recording Corporation
- It was written by Peter Cunnahand recorded by Atlantic Recording Corporation. Jamie Petrie is a British actor who has appeared in a number of films and television shows. Thanks to Universal-Island Records Ltd. for allowing the Allstars to perform. In accordance with a license from Universal Music Entities
- David Mookand has written a piece titled “Thinking About You.” Ben Raleigh is an American actor and director who is most known for his role in the film The Great Gatsby. Beyoncé and Murphy Lee contributed additional lyrics. Beyoncé and Damon Elliott collaborated on the production. Solange (as Solange) performs alongside Murphy Lee, who appears courtesy of Music World Music/Columbia Records. Solange appears courtesy of Columbia Records. Murphy God Only Knows how many times Lee appears courtesy of Fo’ Reel Entertainment / Universal Records. Brian Wilson and Tony Asher collaborated on this piece. The Beach Boys perform this song. Thanks to Capitol Records for the use of their images. In accordance with an agreement with EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
- Man in Possession of a Hex John K. Bunkley is the author of this piece. The Atomic Fireballs perform this song courtesy of Lava Records/Atlantic Recording Corp. and Warner Special Products, with permission of the label. The song Take the World was written by Evan Olson, who also produced and performed it. The Name Game was written by Lincoln Chase and Shirley Ellis, and it is set in the United States. Where Have You Gone, Scooby-Doo? David Mookand wrote the article. Ben Raleigh is an American actor and director who is most known for his role in the film The Great Gatsby. MXPX produced and performed the song, which was released through A M Records. Scooby D was written by Chris Wagner, David King, Rick Markman, Dan Pinella, and Debbie Mack. Scooby D was directed by Chris Wagner. Matter Music and The Triangle collaborated on the production. Baha Men are the performers. S-Curve Records provided the music for this piece.
Scooby-Doo Where Are You?
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Scooby-Doo A1 – Shaggy, What Have You Done? Shaggy is a slang term for a person who is a jerk (3:35) Ghost of Luna B1 – Luna Ghost (2:47) The Dude – K12 – Rock da Juice – K12 (3:31) @B2 – Vehicle Crash (:34) Fiona Horne sings the song U – Happy Ending. B3 – Fred and Velma / The End of an Era (3:11) D7 – Pass the Dutchie – Musical Youth D7 – Pass the Dutchie (3:25) B4 – Please do not knock on my door (:57) B5 – Eat as Much As You Want (1:12) A3 – Lil’ Romeo’s B House – Lil’ Romeo and Master P live at A3 Lil’ Romeo’s B House (4:07) B6 – Scooby gives Fred a kiss (1:04) A12 – Grow Up – A Straightforward Strategy (2:33) Mary Jane is the seventh member of the B7 group (1:22) B8 – The Cat and the Dog (:45) Outkast, Killer Mike, and Sleepy Brown perform on A2 – Land of a Million Drums.
(3:05) B10 – Mondavarious is not dressed appropriately (:17) B9 – Emile explains everything (1:37) B11 – The Powerful One (1:31) Danny Saber, Stacie Plunk, and Bernard Fowler perform the song U – Creatures Chant.
B31 – Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are pursued by Fred (2:07) Mary Jane’s True Colors is track number 32 on the album B32 (:44) Possession and repossession are covered under B33 (7:06) On the Beach (B34): Voodoo on the Beach (2:50) Item B35: Shaggy’s Motivational Speech (1:09) Take the World – Evan Olson (E2 – Take the World) (3:01) B36 – Pre-Ritual Disaster is a category of disaster (1:30) B37 – The Beginning of the Ritual (:57) B38 – Scooby-Soul Doo’s is taken away (4:57) A13 – Scooby-Doo, What Have You Done for Us?
– MxPx is an abbreviation for MxPx (1:29) Scooby’s soul is saved in episode B39 (2:22) B41 – The last movement (4:00) The A10 – Scooby-Doo and the Baha Men (2:53) Bonus Tracks (included in the purchase price): Overlay of a song by B40 (:17) In the eighth position, Kylie Minogue sings “Whenever You Feel Like It” (4:06) Mysteries, Inc.
@ and percent are also heard after B19.
SoundtrackU is an abbreviation for “unknown/unreleased.” Dennis contributed the most of the information.
Scooby-Doo / Nightmare Fuel
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- Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
- Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
- Scooby-Doo! and the Witch’s Ghost
- Scooby-Doo in the Big Top
- Scooby-Doo in the Big Top! Frankencreepy
The 2002 Film
- “Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
- Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island,” says the gang. the Witch’s Ghost, Scooby-Doo in the Big Top, and of course, Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy
- Talking about demonic conduct as humans, when it’s not being played for laughs, their behavior as humans is riddled with the Uncanny Valley effect. Not only is their conduct an imitation of human behavior, but they are also entertaining. Their ownership is prone to revealing itself to others despite their questionable accuracy
When it comes to demons, their conduct as humans is riddled with Uncanny Valley, even when they aren’t being played for a laugh. But it’s not only that they’re making an educated guess about human behavior. Their ownership is prone to revealing itself to others while being questionably accurate;
- One iconic advertisement on Cartoon Network included characters from the television series Scooby-Doo: Shaggy appeared in a creepy castle, yelling, “I’m here!” “Scooby-Doo, here I come! What are your whereabouts?” This transitioned to Scooby on a tropical beach, where he is quoted as stating, “Raggy, you’re in the right place! On the Rartoon Network, of course!” What was frightening about it was not only the possibility that Scooby would abandon his friends in the middle of a case, but also the fact that Shaggy was barely animated at all, paralyzed and semi-slouched in apparent defeat as he called for help. Scooby and his friends were in the middle of a case when this happened. Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School, notably their facial expressions, are particularly scary. In this scene, Sibella’s eyes shrink as if she were becoming wild, Elsa appears to have had her mind fried, Phantasm rapidly loses herGenki Girl poise and scowls for the first time in the entire movie, and Winnie howls for no apparent reason. Elsa, Winnie, and Tanis were able to break free rather quickly, while Sibella and Phanty stayed under the spell for a lengthier period of time. Tanis was able to liberate the former, who just required a few seconds to recover from the effects of the ordeal. Phanty, having been under the influence for the longest period of time, would most likely have suffered more long-term consequences if Scooby hadn’t knocked over random substances in the potion. Tanis:Gee. You’d been sitting under the hairdryer for so long that you were starting to grow irritable.
- When Shaggy gets stuck in the mirror, the Mirror Monster appears to be a frightening evil version of himself
- For some, Shaggy being trapped in the mirror might be scary since there is no named way out of it. The fact that they carried Matches with them to terrify the Mirror Monster Shaggy is fortunate, since else Shaggy would have been locked in that mirror for all time. However, the girls’ fathers are, for the most part, very friendly monsters who don’t appear to be the types who would easily hurt anyone. However, don’t get them angry because they warn Shaggy and Scooby that if they fail to take care of the girls when they return, they will become very angry and may harm Shaggy and Scooby. Probably the most terrifying scene is when Tanis’ father holds Shaggy and Scooby by their necks and reminds them that they’ll be seeing their very furious mommy as his eyes shine brilliant red, making it obvious to them that they must do their absolute best or it’ll be curtains for them
When the gang helpedDick Van Dykeddiscover that his circus was being harassed by the strongman in one ofThe New Scooby-Doo Moviesepisodes, they did it by sneaking up on him while he was working out. The strongman, on the other hand, indicates that he not only heard them, but also illustrates what he intends to do to them by effortlessly twisting his barbel into a pretzel. This is not your typical greedy Scooby-Doo villain; this one aims to murder the entire group in cold blood. For the first time watchers, the escaped Circus Ape’s entrance inScooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers consists of him appearing out of nowhere shouting in aJump Scare, which can be shocking.