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Kidz Bop 5
Kidz Bop Kids
Kidz Bop 5
Genres: Pop, Children's Music
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All Artists: Kidz Bop Kids
Title: Kidz Bop 5
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Razor & Tie
Release Date: 2/24/2004
Genres: Pop, Children's Music
Styles: Teen Pop, Sing-A-Longs
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 793018907927


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I'm Perplexed
Andrew Essary | Springfield, MO United States | 02/25/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I'm not sure how or why these CDs became so popular. A few reasons you might not want to waste your money on these CDs:

1) The singers aren't kids. Don't let the title and commercials fool you. The title singers (The Kidz Bop Kids) sing very little, belting out lyrics only on the chorus. The lead vocals are done by an adult, who does no justice to these songs or their original artists.

2) The sound quality itself is lacking, too. The lead singer seems to be recorded at a studio, but the kids' part sounds like it was shouted into a microphone at a distance rather than professionally recorded. It's obvious that the lead vocalist was never in the same room with the kids singing backup; the mix is that poorly done.

3) They all sound the same. The lyrics and music seem mostly unchanged, save that they are sucked dry of anything resembling style or flavor and shoved into a cookie-cutter pop style.

4) These aren't kids songs. In many cases, the songs are inappropriate for children. Hey Ya, for example, is not something I'd want my 10-year-old listening to, let alone repeating to friends at school. They have, at least, removed the curse words from those songs that have them.

5) Kids don't like them. Every kid I've talked to prefers the original songs to this overdone nonsense.

If your child is still a child, you should skip this because it isn't suited for younger children. If your kid is a teen, he'll probably prefer the real thing, anyway. My advice is to take a pass on it, either way."
The living hell on a cd
Andrew Essary | 12/23/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"what th f**k is this, its hard to believe they made more than 10 albums even though they suck. In the 9 one, for all u green day fans, they made a version of wake me up when september ends which sucks. Kids dont like it so who keeps buying them!?
Kids from Kidz Bop, u know what u all suck. Shut up and go back to school."
With Kidz Bop, the record companies prove that they know no
Squash 'N' Squeak | The Darkest Regions of Outer Space | 03/26/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"It's too bad that record companies are really willing to reduce themselves to THIS just for money. Kidz Bop takes terrible songs and makes them 100x worse, with a few songs here and there that are good, which they destroy. The only reason kid"z" buy this is because they were dazzled by flashy commercials that hyped it up, and made it sound like it was a good buy. Then their parents go out and actually buy them this crap, and kids' musical tastes further deteriorate. And the kids' vocals are terrible, trust me: they're no Freddie Mercurys. This is what Kidz bop contributes to society:

- It destroys the minds of innocent kids who don't know any better.
- It disgraces music to a whole new level, something not seen since Good Charlotte.
- It destroys the rare decent songs they imitate.
- The sales help these evil record companies stay in bussiness, as if they didn't get enough money from the manufactured pop act that is Ashlee Simpson.
- The misspelling of the word kid's is an obvious attempt sound kool(spelling error intended) to kids and therefore convincing them to buy it, which further increases the riches of record companies.

To the reviewer that goes by Dizzy Miss Lizzy: Stop buying this garbage. Can't you see that you're just helping these evil corporate f**ks get richer and richer? Wake up, and stop supporting this garbage. And since I'm here, stop supporting all the CRAP that you listen to(other than the Beatles, who are good).

Maybe one day, the record companies out there will start supporting MUSIC and won't care about image and money, just like in the good old days. But that doesn't seem very likely."