CD Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show (CD 7014668),
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Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show

  • 1. Make It Shine (Victorious Theme) - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    2. Freak the Freak Out - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    3. Best Friend's Brother - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    4. Beggin' On Your Knees - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    5. All I Want is Everything - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    6. You're the Reason - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    7. Give It Up - (featuring Ariana Grande/Elizabeth Gillies)
    8. I Want You Back - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    9. Song 2 You - (featuring Leon Thomas III/Victoria Justice)
    10. Tell Me That You Love Me - (featuring Leon Thomas III/Victoria Justice)
    11. Finally Falling - (featuring Victoria Justice)
    12. Leave It All To Shine - (featuring Victoria Justice)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 768341

  • Credits

    Photographer: Aaron Warkov.
    Nickelodeon's Victorious may have been designed as the children's network's answer to Disney Channel series and TV movies like Hannah Montana and High School Musical, but its setting in a performing arts high school sounds more like the movie, TV series, and stage musical Fame. In any case, star Victoria Justice is fitted into standard-issue teen pop on much of this soundtrack album. Tracks like "Make It Shine (Victorious Theme)" (repeated in a different version under the title "Leave It All to Shine" by Justice and Miranda Cosgrove at the end) and "Freak the Freak Out" are typical of the genre, with their relentless beats, synthesized instrumentations, nonstop simple, repetitive choruses, and Auto-Tune vocals. "All I Want Is Everything," with its name-drops to Madonna and "M.J." (Michael Jackson), gives away the antecedents, while "Give It Up" sounds like a Britney Spears reject. The remake of the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" demonstrates that bubblegum pop hasn't changed much in 40 years. The lyrical themes tend toward light romance, happy and sad, and assertions of self-worth like "Song 2 You," which suggests that it's possible to be content, even without designer clothes. Of course, what really matters is what Justice and her earnest fellow cast members look like, not what they sound like, especially given the cookie-cutter nature of this music. ~ William Ruhlmann

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