VEGGIE TUNES by Veggie Tales

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Veggie tunes by veggie tales

Item details

Condition
Brand New
Duration
Album
Release Year
1998
Country/Region of Manufacture
Mexico
Artist
VeggieTales
Format
CD
Release Date
August 25, 1998
Number of Discs
1
UPC
820413500023
Record Label
Big Idea Entertainment
Style
Children's
MPN
820413500023

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VEGGIE TUNES
by Veggie Tales

List of Songs:
Veggie Tales Theme Song
God is Bigger
The Water Buffalo Song
King Darius Suite
Oh, No! What We Gonna' Do?
We've Got Some News
Fear, Not, Daniel
You Were in His Hand
We Are The Grapes of Wrath
Some Veggies Went to Sea
The Forgiveness Song
Busy, Busy
Love Your Neighbor
The Hairbrush Song
I Can Be Your Friend
What We Have Learned

Product Details:
Audio: CD 
Released Date: August 25, 1998
Released Year: 1998
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Big Idea Entertainment
Genre: Children's
Record Label: Big Idea Entertainment
Artist: VeggieTales
UPC: 820413500023
Format: CD
Genre: Children's 
Playing Time: 24 min.
Producer: Kurt Heinecke, Mike Norwood
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo

Review:
Absolutely hysterically snarky fun from the first handful of religious-themed children's videos released with a garden full of characters. The videos and their songs have proven so popular since the early-'90s release that an album became necessary. Fortunately for parents, the lyrics and music on this 16-track album are so cleverly intertwined that there's much to appreciate for them as well. In fact, the "VeggieTales Theme Song" is hilarious all by itself with its tagalong tuba frantically trying to keep up with the frenetic pace of the song. Just hysterical. This collection includes the reportedly famous and beloved "Hairbrush Song." Highly recommended for the children's musical library.

-- Review by Dacia A. Blodgett-Williams