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Bratz Motion Picture Sountrack

by Various Artists

Bratz Motion Picture Sountrack by Various Artists

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Bratz Motion Picture Sountrack

by Various Artists

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Label: Geffen
With a little designer fairy dust, the dolls that learn life lessons through fashion are becoming real girls in their first live-action motion picture, complete with plenty of "be yourself" messaging and a down-with-the-kidz soundtrack featuring the hottest artists you've never heard of (plus Ashlee Simpson). Chelsea Staub, playing a Machiavellian social planner, does a little diva pop. And you can almost see the zany, shopping-oriented montage scene in the Slumber Party Girls' Avril-fied punk-pop. Like Bratz, there's something undeniably cool about it all. It's all about the "z," baby.

About This Album

With a little designer fairy dust, the dolls that learn life lessons through fashion are becoming real girls in their first live-action motion picture, complete with plenty of "be yourself" messaging and a down-with-the-kidz soundtrack featuring the hottest artists you've never heard of (plus Ashlee Simpson). Chelsea Staub, playing a Machiavellian social planner, does a little diva pop. And you can almost see the zany, shopping-oriented montage scene in the Slumber Party Girls' Avril-fied punk-pop. Like Bratz, there's something undeniably cool about it all. It's all about the "z," baby.

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About This Album

With a little designer fairy dust, the dolls that learn life lessons through fashion are becoming real girls in their first live-action motion picture, complete with plenty of "be yourself" messaging and a down-with-the-kidz soundtrack featuring the hottest artists you've never heard of (plus Ashlee Simpson). Chelsea Staub, playing a Machiavellian social planner, does a little diva pop. And you can almost see the zany, shopping-oriented montage scene in the Slumber Party Girls' Avril-fied punk-pop. Like Bratz, there's something undeniably cool about it all. It's all about the "z," baby.