New York, New York, United States
US cover group
Kidz Bop is the name of a series of popular music albums recorded for children, sold by Razor and Tie Direct, Ltd. and frequently marketed through television commercials. Eleven Kidz Bop albums have been released to date. Each album features different pop music songs, played with music similar to the original, and with the "Kidz Bop Kids" singing instead of the original artist. Albums are typically released within a few months of each other and thus the songs included tend to be the hit songs of the current time, including such songs such as "Float On" (Modest Mouse), "This Love" (Maroon 5), and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" (Green Day).
Thoughts on Songs with Kidz Bop
3 years ago
This song was meant to be the personal manifero of self indulgence for every 13 year old all over the U.S. and well, it had really great response. Talking about massive airplay, and Christina's unique voice just dancing on a few piano chords. I've got one question to ask though: What happened to Christina Aguilera's career?
3 years ago
As I grew up in a small town as well, I can relate fully with this, I can read beyond them words and get a kataklysm of memories of like-minded drown in the mass culture people, whilst I couldn't follow their routine straight to utter prediction and boredom, I was alienated on several occasions
4 years ago
A classic! I always loved this particular line of the song because it's almost like there is this constant argument between two people and still, with all the fighting and disagreement, there is still this feeling of understanding beyond. Like, it doesn't really matter what you say, because I'll get it anyway. Even when I really don't, somewhere deep inside I do know. And on another note, this song is like almost perfect with the whole divorce deal they are having with Avril Lavigne.