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    Which Episode Did The Music Come From?

    One of the things I always wanted to do was remember which episode the music of the soundtrack appeared in. Some of the tunes, of course, are easy, some not so much. Anyway, I thought it would be kind of cool to remember which episodes they came from:

    Call Me Beep Me (The Kim Possible Song) by by Cory Lerios and George Gabriel; sung by Christina Milian: Main Theme from every Episode
    It's You by LMNT: All The News
    I'm Ready by Angela Michaels: Bueno Nacho
    Get up on Ya Feet by Aaron Carter: A Sitch in Time
    Celebration by Jump 5: Ron Millionaire
    Say The Word by Christy carlson Romano: Hidden Talent
    SummerTime Guys by Nikki Cleary: The Golden Years
    This Year by A*Teens: (Not actually on the old soundtrack) End Credits for the DVD of A Sitch in Time, but not the version shown on TV.
    Could It Be by Christy Carlson Romano: So The Drama
    E is for Everybody by Kooler Kids: A Sitch In Time
    Naked Mole Rap by Will Friedle: Rappin Drakken
    Come On Come On by Smashmouth: Queen Bebe
    Rappin Drakken by John Dimaggio: Rappin Drakken
    Call Me Beep Me (Tony Philips Remix): Bueno Nacho
    Call Me Beep Me (Angela Michaels): So The Drama
    This is Our Year by Cory Lerios and George Gabriel; sung by Andrew Seeley (as Drew Seeley) & Kari Kimmel: (Not actually on old soundtrack) Graduation II

    I can't remember only one of them, the Tony Philips remix right off the bat, but I believe it was a Season one Ep.

    EDIT: I found it! Bueno Nacho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    One of the things I always wanted to do was remember which episode the music of the soundtrack appeared in. Some of the tunes, of course, are easy, some not so much. Anyway, I thoguht it would be kind of cool to remember which episodes they came from:

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    This Year by A*Teens: (Not actually on the old soundtrack)
    There is an earlier version of the soundtrack CD, released in 2003, that has "This Year" and "Work It Out" on it.

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    I have the oiginal soundtrack as opposed to the revamped one with the music from StD, but I have the whole soundtrack after much collecting!

    And actualy, jeriddian, you missed a few.

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    Call Me, Beep Me by Christina Milian- almost every episode with the exception of the movies.

    It's Just You by LMNT- All The News and A Sitch In Time.

    I'm Ready by Angela Michael- Bueno Nacho and Crush (also heard in the background of a scene in StD).

    Get Up on Ya Feet by Aaron Carter- A Sitch In Time.

    Celebration by Jump5- Ron Millionaire

    Could It Be by Christy Carlson Romano- So The Drama and Ill Suited.

    Say the Word by Christy Carlson Romano- Hidden Talent (also heard in the background during a scene in StD).

    Summertime Guys by Nikki Cleary- The Golden Years

    This Year by The A*Teens- end credits of ASiT DVD

    Work It Out by Brassy- A Sitch in Time

    E Is For Everybody by Cooler Kids- A Sitch In Time

    Come On, Come On by Smash Mouth- Queen Bebe

    The Naked Mole Rap by Will Friedle and Nancy Cartwright- Rappin' Drakken, then hummed by Ron in Team Impossible and Graduation Part 1.

    Call Me, Beep Me (Tony Philips Remix) by Christina Milian- Kimitation Nation, Bueno Nacho, and the end credits of ASiT on TV.

    Call Me, Beep Me (Movie Mix) by Angela Michael- opening of StD.

    Rappin' Drakken by John DiMaggio- Rappin' Drakken and Mad Dogs and Aliens.

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    Songs not on the soundtrack:

    Hello, Hello, Hello by Justin Shenkarow, Jason Marsden, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass- The Oh Boyz and Rappin' Drakken (covered by John DiMaggio).

    I Want It My Way by Justin Shenkarow, Jason Marsden, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass- The Oh Boyz and Exchange.

    Quit Playing Games With My Head by Justin Shenkarow, Jason Marsden, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass- The Oh Boyz (covered by Nestor Carbonell at the end), Mathter and Fervent (covered by Christopher McDonald), and Stop Team Go (covered by Patrick Warburton).

    The Shape of My Head by Justin Shenkarow, Jason Marsden, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass- The Oh Boyz and Rappin' Drakken (covered by Sherri Shepard).

    This Is Our Year by Kari Kimmal and Drew Seeley- Graduation Part 2 (heard in the background of Part 1).

    Why Don't You Kiss Her? by Jesse McCartney- So The Drama.

    Get Your Shine On by Jesse McCartney- So The Drama.

    I See You (artist unknown)- Crush (this song was featured at the end of Crush during season 1, before the soundtrack was released. According to the creators of the show, it was a stock song.)

    Silent Night by Christy Carlson Romano- Hidden Talent

    A Ringlin' Jinglin' Christmas by the cast of Kim Possible (featuring Ed Hall)- A Very Possible Christmas.

    The Way I Roll by Nester Carbonell- The Cupid Effect


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    Correct me if I missed anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twila Starla View Post
    Correct me if I missed anything.
    There's also a fourth Oh Boyz tune, heard faintly from Ron's headphones in "Oh Boyz" and also from the girl singer with the "voice that could melt flesh" in "Rappin' Drakken."

    No I didn't just roll out of bed
    This is the shape of my head
    Don't be fooled or misled
    This is the shape of my head
    This is the shape of my head ...




    And you also omitted John DiMaggio's cover of "Hello, Hello, Hello," also in "Rappin' Drakken."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twila Starla View Post
    Correct me if I missed anything.
    There's also a fourth Oh Boyz tune, heard faintly from Ron's headphones in "Oh Boyz" and also from the girl singer with the "voice that could melt flesh" in "Rappin' Drakken."

    No I didn't just roll out of bed
    This is the shape of my head
    Don't be fooled or misled
    This is the shape of my head
    This is the shape of my head ...




    And you also omitted John DiMaggio's cover of "Hello, Hello, Hello," also in "Rappin Drakken."
    Ah, I forgot about those! Thank you!

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    Thanks, guys!

    Appreciate the update.
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    But the biggest musical mystery of KP has to be: What tune was that kid in "Hidden Talent" trying to play on the bagpipes? Or was he just strangling a cat?

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    My vote.....strangling the cat...:P
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    Here's another one you guys missed: There's a scene in "Exchange" where Kim, Monique and Hirotaka are taking their seats at the auditorium where that band, the Bravos, are playing. You can hear the Oh Boyz song, "My Way," playing in the background (on the auditorium's PA system).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    Here's another one you guys missed: There's a scene in "Exchange" where Kim, Monique and Hirotaka are taking their seats at the auditorium where that band, the Bravos, are playing, you can hear the Oh Boyz song, "My Way," playing in the background (on the auditorium's PA system).
    Sure enough! Thanks for the recap!

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