Disney Channel “Teen Beach Movie” Soundtrack CD

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Before the movie comes out the soundtrack to the Teen Beach Movie will hit shelves and on iTunes on July 16 nationwide.

If you have been wondering what the soundtrack to the movie will be like Ross Lynch and Disney Channel announced what the movie’s soundtrack is influenced by, and what type of music it will include.  The movie’s soundtrack will have 12 songs influenced by surf rock, Motown R&B, rockabilly and pop.  Acclaimed songwriters and producers Antonina Armato & Tim James, Jeannie Lurie, Aris Archontis, Chen Neeman, David Lawrence & Faye Greenberg, Ali Dee, Mitch Allan, Jason Evigan and Nikki Leonti contributed to the soundtrack.  Disney Channel — which introduced a generation of kids and tweens to movie musicals — will premiere the highly anticipated “Teen Beach Movie,” a modern take on classic beach party movies, Friday July 19 (8:00 p.m., ET/PT).

Starring are Ross Lynch (of Disney Channel’s “Austin & Ally” and Hollywood Records’ R5) and Maia Mitchell (ABC Family’s upcoming “The Fosters”) as Brady and McKenzie, surfers who take the last wave of summer, one that mysteriously takes them into a classic beach party movie, Wet Side Story.
There, it’s surfers versus bikers for control of the beach hangout…and everyone spontaneously breaks into song and dance.  Brady and McKenzie must try to return to present day, but their lives may be changed forever when they inadvertently change the movie’s romantic storyline — and the movie’s handsome surf guy, Tanner, is falling for McKenzie while biker girl Lela is swooning for Brady.  What do you think about this?  Will you be checking out the soundtrack?

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