Disney Phineas and Ferb Rockin' and Rollin'

Disney Phineas and Ferb Rockin’ and Rollin’ album review

Today we’ve been dancing around the Living Room to Disney Phineas and Ferb Rockin’ and Rollin’ album. The soundtrack features songs from the last four series, so there’s a great selection to listen to.

Disney Phineas and Ferb - Rockin and Rollin cover shotIn case you’ve not come across the show on Disney before here’s a little introduction.  For step-brothers Phineas and Ferb, every day is an adventure, whether they’re building a backyard roller coaster, surfing suburban tidal waves or travelling back to Prehistoric times. Their teenage sister Candace always tries – and fails – to catch them in the act and expose their exploits to mum. And unknown to everybody, the family pet – Perry the platypus – is actually a secret ‘Agent P’ working overtime to save the world from evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz.

The Soundtrack album was released earlier this month through Universal.  There are 25 tracks, with a total running time of just over 36 minutes.

1  Platypus Walk – Swampy and the Marsh-mellows
2 Real Boy – Norm the Robot
3 Football X7 – Robbie Wyckoff
4 Big Honkin’ Hole in My Heart – Baljeet and Buford
5 Let’s Spend Half a Day – Kate Pierson
6 The Way of the Platypus – Rick Cowling
7 Isabella’s Birthday Song – Isabella
8 We Are the Moms – Jen Hirsch
9 What Is this Thing? – Fee Waybill
10 Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz – Aaron Daniel Jacob
11 Ferb Latin – Phineas and Friends
12 Evil for Extra Credit – Carl the Intern
13 Extraordinary – Candace
14 Funhouse – Aaron Daniel Jacob
15 I’m Me – Vanessa
16 I’m Handsome – Dr. Doofenshmirtz
17 Livin’ with Monkeys – Candace
18 Just the Two of Us – Danny Jacob
19 Runnin’ from Love (in a Bear Suit) – Robbie Wyckoff
20 Waggle Dance – Ginger and The Fireside Girls
21 Dance Baby – Aaron Daniel Jacob
22 Feelin’ Super – Ian Osborne
23 My Evil Buddies and Me – Danny Jacob
24 Izzy’s Got the Frizzies – Carmen Carter
25 Quirky Worky Song – Danny Jacob

Monkey’s favourite was definately The Platypus Walk, while I liked We are The Moms.  The rock theme to this soundtrack had us on our feet all afternoon, and would be great to listen to in the car.

The Disney Phineas and Ferb: Rockin’ and Rollin’ soundtrack is available to purchase for £8.49 and is bound to have your feet tapping.

disclaimer:  we were sent the download of this album for the purpose of review, our comments however remain our own honest thoughts

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