The Powerpuff Girls (Main Theme). Written-By – James L. Venable, Steven Rucker, Thomas Chase. Go Monkey Go. Performer – Robert Mothersbaugh, Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh, Robert CasaleWritten-By – Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh. Mastered By – Brad Aaron (3), Joe Privitelli. Other – James Porges, Marc Seto. Producer – Mark Mothersbaugh, Robert Casale. Supervised By – Sheryl Farber. Voice Actor – Catherine Cavadini. Voice Actor – Tara Charendoff.
List of The Powerpuff Girls soundtracks. The following is a list of soundtracks from the animated series The Powerpuff Girls. All three albums were released from 2000 to 2003 by Rhino Entertainment. 1 Heroes & Villains. 2 The City of Soundsville. Heroes & Villains. The Powerpuff Girls: Heroes & Villains: Music Inspired by The Powerpuff Girls. Soundtrack album by Various artists. July 18, 2000 (2000-07-18). The City of Soundsville: Music from The Powerpuff Girls was released on September 18, 2001, on CD, audio cassette, and vinyl record. Heather Phares of the All Music Guide was quite pleased with the soundtrack, calling it "a complete delight" and "without a doubt one of the coolest children's albums in recent memory.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. We're Going to Fight Crime from The Powerpuff Girls (1998). Terms and Conditions.
The Powerpuff Girls: Heroes & Villains. Cartoon Network's super-cute, super-popular superheroes, the Powerpuff Girls get an appropriately hip and funny tribute in Heroes & Villains: Music Inspired by the Powerpuff Girls. The Apples in Stereo, Devo, and Optiganally Yours are among the creative and diverse artists featured on this sonic Powerpuff adventure, which mixes the songs with another battle between Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup and their arch-enemy Mojo Jojo. Each of the girls gets her own theme song: Shonen Knife delivers "Buttercup (I'm a Super Girl)," a revved-up pop-punk.
The Powerpuff Girls: The City of Soundsville. Powerpuff Girls: Power Pop. Various Artists. Their Heroes & Villains might be the coolest soundtrack of the summer of 2000, as well as the best repellant for Townsville's evil monkey, Mojo Jojo. Inspired by the Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls series, this delicious disc delivers a handful of exceptional contemporary pop-rock tunes customized especially for the occasion. And the music's so good that it may supersede the cartoon itself. Produced by Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh and Bob Casale, with fave groups picked by Powerpuff Girls creator Craig McCracken, Heroes & Villains has nary a clunker in its bunch.
Heroes & Villains: Music Inspired by the Powerpuff Girls. by Apples in Stereo/Bis.
The Powerpuff Girls video games are a series of action and platformer games based on Cartoon Network's cartoon series, The Powerpuff Girls. They were published by BAM! Entertainment and distributed by Cartoon Network Interactive and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Superhuman Durability. Heat Vision (colored red). Ability to breathe and survive in space. Energy projection (bright pink for Blossom, light blue for Bubbles, bright green for Buttercup). Super senses (smelling, sight, and hearing). Tornado Generation (bright pink for Blossom, light blue for Bubbles and light green for Buttercup).
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|1||–No Artist||The Powerpuff Girls (Main Theme)
Written-By – James L. Venable, Steven Rucker*, Thomas Chase
|2||–Devo||Go Monkey Go
Performer – Robert Mothersbaugh*, Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh, Robert CasaleWritten-By – Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh
|3||–Frank Black*||Pray For The Girls
Performer – Dave Philips, Dave McCaffrey*, Eric Feldman*, Frank Black, Rich Gilbert, Scott BoutierWritten-By – Frank Black
|4||–The Apples In Stereo||Signal In The Sky (Let's Go)
Performer – Chris McDuffie, Eric Allen , Hilarie Sidney, John Hill , Robert SchneiderWritten-By – Robert Peter Schneider*
|5||–Optiganally Yours||Walk & Chew Gum
Performer – Pea Hix, Rob CrowWritten-By – Pea Hix, Rob Crow
|6||–Shonen Knife||Buttercup (I'm A Super Girl)
Performer – Atsuko Yamano, Naoko YamanoWritten-By – Naoko Yamano
Performer – Jonas Holmberg, Lena Karlsson, Marcus HolmbergWritten-By – Jonas Holmberg, Lena Karlsson, Marcus Holmberg
Performer – Darren Albert, John Hill , Rob Greene, Tammy EalomWritten-By – Christopher Dedrick*
|9||–Bis||Fight The Power
Performer – Amanda McKinnon*, John Clark, Steven ClarkWritten-By – Amanda McKinnon*, John Clark, Steven Clark
|10||–The Sugarplastic||Don't Look Down (Professor's Song)
Performer – Ben Eshbach, David Cunningham , Kiara GellerWritten-By – Ben Eshbach
Written-By – Cornelius
|12||–The Bill Doss||Friends Win
Performer – Bill DossWritten-By – Bill Doss
|13a||–Bis||The Powerpuff Girls (End Theme)
Performer – Amanda McKinnon*, John Clark, Steven ClarkWritten-By – Amanda McKinnon*, James L. Venable, John Clark, Steven Rucker*, Steven Clark, Thomas Chase
|13b||–Marty & Elayne With John Andrews||Love Makes The World Go 'Round||1:52|
- Design – Sevie Bates
- Edited By [Editorial Supervision] – Sheryl Farber
- Executive Producer [Album] – Craig McCracken, Phil Baron
- Liner Notes, Artwork By, Other [Album Concept] – Craig McCracken
- Mastered By – Brad Aaron , Joe Privitelli
- Other [Executives In Charge Of Music For Cartoon Network] – James Porges, Marc Seto
- Other [Talent Booking] – Lara Kiang
- Producer – Mark Mothersbaugh, Robert Casale
- Voice Actor [Blossom] – Catherine Cavadini
- Voice Actor [Bubbles] – Tara Charendoff
- Voice Actor [Buttercup] – E.G. Daily
- Voice Actor [Mayor, Narrator] – Tom Kenny
- Voice Actor [Mojo Jojo] – Roger L. Jackson
- Voice Actor [Ms. Bellum] – Jennifer Martin
- Voice Actor [Professor] – Tom Kane
NotesPromo issue virtually identical to the main release, with the exception of a note embossed upside down in gold text on the booklet:
FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY.
SALE OR OTHER TRANSFER IS
PROHIBITED.MUST BE RETURNED ON
DEMAND OF RECORDING COMPANY.
Track 8 is an adaptation of a song by The Free Design.
Track 13b is unlisted.
Computer art and cover layout: Cartoon Network TCS
Mastered at Forty-Four One Audio Services.
The Apples In Stereo appear courtesy of Spinart Records and The Elephant 6 Recording Co.
Bis appear courtesy of Grand Royal.
Cornelius appears courtesy of Trattoria/Matador.
Devo appear courtesy of Mutato Muzika.
Dressy Bessy appear courtesy of Kindercore Records.
Frank Black and The Catholics appear courtesy of Spinart Records.
Komeda appear courtesy of Minty Fresh.
Marty and Elayne with John Andrews appear courtesy of Enterprise Records.
Shonen Knife appear courtesy of Universal Victor, Inc.
The Sugarplastic appear courtesy of SugarFix.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 8122-75848-2 5
- Matrix / Runout: W5569 3 R2 75848-2 01
- Other (ISBN): 0-7379-0120-9
|R2 75848||Various||The Powerpuff Girls - Heroes & Villains: Music Inspired By The Powerpuff Girls (CD, Album)||Cartoon Network, Rhino Records||R2 75848||US||2000|
|R4 75847||Various||The Powerpuff Girls - Heroes & Villains: Music Inspired By The Powerpuff Girls (Cass, Album)||Rhino Entertainment Company, Kid Rhino||R4 75847||US||2000|