High School Musical mp3 Soundtrack by Various Artists

High School Musicalby Various Artists

  • 13 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 38:06


1.Start Of Something Newby Zac Efron & Vanessa Anne Hudgens3:17
2.Get'Cha Head In The Gameby Zac Efron2:28
3.What I'Ve Been Looking Forby Ashley Tisdale & Lucas Grabeel2:04
4.What I've Been Looking For (Reprise)by Zac Efron & Vanessa Anne Hudgens1:20
5.Stick To The Status Quoby High School Musical Cast4:28
6.When There Was Me And Youby Vanessa Hudgens3:00
7.Bop To The Topby Ashley Tisdale & Lucas Grabeel1:48
8.Breaking Freeby Zac Efron & Vanessa Anne Hudgens3:27
9.We'Re All In This Togetherby High School Musical Cast3:51
10.I Can't Take My Eyes Off Of Yoby Zac Efron & Vanessa Anne Hudgens & Ashley Tisdale & Lucas Grabeel2:51
11.Get'cha Head In The Game (Pop Version)by B52:45
12.Start Of Something New (Karaoke Version)by Disney Orchestra3:20
13.Breaking Free (Karaoke Version)by Disney Orchestra3:27
High School Musical was a modern musical created by Disney. It is about a teen on a basketball team who also is trying to be in the school musical. He is in love with one of the girls in the musical. Because the main character, Troy, is doing so, the school is divided and Troy and his girlfriend get past peer pressure and try to encourage others to stand out. It ends with the play being a success and winning the basketball team. As you can see from right here, the plot and ending are both unbearably clichéd. It is considered to be, yet again, a modern adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, but with a sickening happy ending. If any of the critics actually read or saw Romeo and Juliet, they would know that in the ending, Juliet gets away from her parents to meet Romeo who killed her evil cousin. She does so by faking her own death. Romeo and his enemy, who is in love with Juliet meet, and the boyfriend (not Romeo) is killed by Romeo. Romeo sees Juliet and drinks poison that he bought to be with Juliet, whom he does not know is alive. After Romeo dies, Juliet wakes up to see Romeo dead, and commits suicide. The parents realize their mistake cost them their kids, and thus ends one of Shakespeare’s saddest plays. None of this happens in High School Musical, making it far from Romeo and Juliet. In addition, the acting for the most part is mediocre, and the songs are even worse than that. They are clichéd, written by people who are not credited, and are made to appeal to little kids. I cannot figure out how on earth they are able to sell. They did barely anything decent and still managed to get 225,000,000 views on TV. That does not account for how many times people watched it on DVD, which can easily breach 300,000,000 views. I still cannot figure out how a musical with poor acting and a mediocre soundtrack sells. I may never know ever.