Various Artists: Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked [Music from the Motion Picture]

Audio Samples

>Party Rock Anthem - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Bad Romance - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Trouble - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Whip My Hair - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Vacation - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks - (featuring Basko)
>We Have Arrived - Rae/The Chipmunks
>Say Hey - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Real Wild Child - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks - (featuring Nomadik)
>S.O.S. - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>We No Speak Americano/Conga - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks - (featuring Barnetta DaFonseca)
>Survivor - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Born This Way/Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now/Firework - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Club Can't Handle Me - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks

Track List

>Party Rock Anthem - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Bad Romance - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Trouble - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Whip My Hair - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Vacation - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks - (featuring Basko)
>We Have Arrived - Rae/The Chipmunks
>Say Hey - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Real Wild Child - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks - (featuring Nomadik)
>S.O.S. - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>We No Speak Americano/Conga - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks - (featuring Barnetta DaFonseca)
>Survivor - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Born This Way/Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now/Firework - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks
>Club Can't Handle Me - The Chipettes/The Chipmunks

Album Notes

Personnel: Dee Town (vocals).

Audio Mixer: Tovi Rodriguez.

Recording information: DeeTown, New York, NY.

The soundtrack for 2011's Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, which is the sequel to 2009's Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (seriously), includes the usual array of recognizable pop hits and offbeat originals, all of which are rendered through the tiny nasal passages of the Chipmunks and the Chipettes. As the godfathers of helium-core (formed in 1958), these mammals are pretty much bulletproof when it comes to a critique of their signature vocal sound, but song choice is another matter entirely. Silly pop songs have always been the fictional group's forte, and takes on the Go-Go's' "Vacation," Johnny O'Keefe's "Real Wild Child" (the Iggy Pop rendition), and Michael Franti & Spearhead's "Say Hey" are reliably fun and dumb, but the 'Munks spend a bit too much time "in da club" with LMFAO ("Party Rock Anthem") and Beyoncé ("Survivor") for omnivorous, 53-year-old varmints that are supposed to sleep for an average of 15 hours a day. ~ James Christopher Monger



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