Like clockwork, Kidz Bop 18 arrived in mid-2010, chronicling some of the year's biggest pop hits by reworking them into kid-friendly versions featuring the Kidz Bop Kids. This volume boasts not one but two Lady Gaga smashes, the cheeky "Telephone" and the Madonna and Ace of Base-channeling "Alejandro." Like other later volumes in the Kidz Bop series, 18 focuses on the Kidz' vocals instead of trying to replicate the originals (with the addition of the Kidz chorus) as closely as possible. It's a step in the right direction, making the kids singing and listening to these songs feel more involved in these tracks. Katy Perry's "California Gurls," Train's "Hey, Soul Sister," and Beyonce's "Single Ladies" are some of the other chart-toppers that get the Kidz Bop treatment here.
|Label:||Razor & Tie|
Performance CreditsKidz Bop Kids Primary Artist
John Deaderick Piano
Gary Philips Bass,Guitar,Keyboards
John Deley Piano,Keyboards
Todd Haberman Guitar,Keyboards
Alexander Almgren Keyboards
Technical CreditsSteve Kipner Composer
Gary Phillips Producer
Craig Balsam Executive Producer
Cliff Chenfeld Executive Producer
Gary Philips drum programming
Todd Haberman drum programming
Nadir Khayat Composer
Alexander Almgren drum programming
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Kidz Bop, Vol. 18 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
i love it i even owen it how cool is that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!