Compare Offers on Amazon
+ CDN$ 3.49 shipping
Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection Import, Soundtrack
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
|1. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (Main Title, 1969) - David Mook|
|2. Recipe For My Love - Danny Janssen|
|3. Seven Days A Week - Danny Janssen/Austin Roberts|
|4. Daydreamin' - Danny Janssen/Sue Steward|
|5. Love The World - Danny Janssen|
|6. Tell Me, Tell Me - Danny Janssen/Sue Steward|
|7. The New Scooby-Doo Movies (Main Title, 1972) - Joseph Babera/Hoyt Curtin/William Hanna|
|8. Pretty Mary Sunlite - Dany Janssen/Austin Roberts/Jerry reed|
|9. I Can Make You Happy - Danny JanssenDavy Jones|
|10. The Scooby-Doo Show (Main Title, 1976) - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|11. Move Over - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|12. Ruby Cool Guy - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|13. Gotta Have Time - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|14. The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries (Main Title, 1984) - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|15. I Could Be A Star - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|16. Dooby Doo - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|17. The 13 Ghosts Of Scooby-Doo (Main Title, 1985) - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|18. Me And My Shadow - Joseph Barbera/Hoyt Curtain/William Hanna|
|19. Scooby's Mystery Mix - Craig DeGraff/E.J. Dick|
There have been at least two generations who were first introduced to ghosts, haunted houses, and mysteries from Scooby-Doo and his pals--Shaggy (the goofy stoner), Freddy (the responsible one), Daphne (the looker), and Velma (the brains, and a sentimental favorite). But did you know that Scooby is only a nickname? (For that matter, so is Shaggy.) Or that there have been four separate theme songs, for the series' different incarnations? (That's including the lean Scrappy-Doo years.) Filling out this collection are the oh-so-groovy tunes that served as background and chase-scene music in some of the best episodes of the series, like "Seven Days a Week," from Scooby's Night with a Frozen Fright. Other highlights here are the Monkees' Davy Jones with "I Can Make You Happy" and the closing track, a dance-oriented remix of the theme song. Neither of the songs are particularly good, but they're plenty of fun just the same. --Randy Silver
Top Customer Reviews
It's an out-of-print CD so it's hard to find and it's ridiculously expensive. I found a used copy and it was not in the best of shape.
There are songs missing from the series and the CD is not full (a CD can hold 80 minutes) so there's room for more. Elsewhere I read that the song by Jerry Reed (another celebrity guest) is not the actual one used in the cartoon, it's a re-recording... I don't know either way to comment on this.
The reason for deducting stars is that I don't think it's a good enough value for the price. My friend is enjoying it all the same.
The tracks include five themes from the various incarnations of the Scooby show, from the great (the original Scooby Doo, Where Are You?), to the not so great (the awfully dated disco-style theme) to the interesting (The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo featuring the voice of Vincent Price). The pop songs - all of which appeared in the shows, usually accompanied by Scooby and Shaggy running from a ghost or ghoul - are of varying quality but never below good. Seven Days a Week is a definate highlight in this batch. Also featured are the character-sang songs from the shows, most from the special Scooby Goes Hollywood. These are also of varying quality but don't hit the heights of the pop songs. The Name To Remember is great but I Could Be a Star just grates. Still, if you've always wanted a CD that features Scooby Doo dueting with the Shadow Demon in their rendition of Me and My Shadow this is a must buy! Rounding off the CD is an up-tempo 'Mega Mix' of the original show's theme and features the character's voices throughout - it's fun, funny and the perfect finale - I would be very interested to see what would happen if this was played at a night-club - a full dance floor, I expect!Read more ›
This album brings back memories of the '60s and 70's for me (and of the late '90s for Katie, who's been watching the show on Cartoon Network). My own faves are the earliest tunes--Recipe for My Love, Tell Me Tell Me, I Can Make You Happy. I can even tolerate Gotta Have Time, a throwback to the days of that failed experiment we call "disco." Katie likes everything except Pretty Mary Sunlite (five-year-olds haven't lived enough to appreciate Jerry Reed).
The vocal interludes that transition you from song to song are entertaining--just long enough to refresh the listener's ear between ditties.
This CD has bought us many hours of peace (albeit a few minutes at a time) as it has entertained Katie. We have even had a few free dance lessons, watching Katie do her go-go thing accompanied by the music (how could kids possibly know all those 1960's dances, anyway?). Thank you, Rhino Records!
Most recent customer reviews
Another reviewer wrote that this CD was only for nerds or hippies. I beg to differ... My five-year-old loves Scooby-Doo and now he's learning to love pop music partly through the... Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by North Idaho Dad
Hey, I love the Scooby Doo title songs. I'm always whistling them. This fun 19-track CD gathers 5 titles songs and a 'Scooby Doo Club Mix' (!) among 13 lame '60s folk songs. Read morePublished on March 7 2004 by Inspector Gadget
I bought this Cd for My son's Scooby Doo Party. It's very enjoyable. You can Connect the songs to the memories of the Cartoon episodes. We really enjoyed hearing this Cd. Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2004
Scooby doo is awesome! Go back in time, and prepare to have a great time with Scooby and his pals!Published on June 10 2003 by PRAF
This is a super CD. It is worth buying and worth listening to over and over again. Davy Jones' song I Can Make You Happy is wonderful and my favorite song on the album. Read morePublished on April 16 2003
I let my kids listen to thier music in the car sometimes, but I can only take the ABC song or Ol'McDonald so many times before I have to change it, this CD was pretty good though! Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2003
When I walked into HMV music store I had no idea I was going to find this soundtrack!
I think that this soundtrack is great-it has dialog from the show and great songs! Read more
If you enjoyed the ORIGINAL Scooby series that had a song playing in the background during a chase scene, then this cd is for you! Read morePublished on June 26 2002
Yes, I bought it. I was partially pleased.
It delivers what one might expect, but not necessarily what many of us hoped: a soundtrack. Read more