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LazyTown – The New Album

LazyTown - The New Album
Released October 15, 2007
Recorded 2005-07
Genre Pop, children's music
Label Gut Records
Producer Máni Svavarsson
UK soundtrack chronology

LazyTown -
The Album

LazyTown -
The New Album


LazyTown – The New Album is a soundtrack album featuring songs from the Icelandic children's television series LazyTown. It was released in the UK on October 15, 2007.

The album consists of a CD featuring songs from the show and a bonus DVD featuring karaoke videos and an interactive game.

Track listing

  1. "No-one's Lazy In LazyTown (Get Up & Go Version)
  2. "Bing Bang Rock"
  3. "When We Play in a Band"
  4. "We Will Be Friends"
  5. "We Got The Energy"
  6. "Time to Start the Show"
  7. "Give a Little More"
  8. "The Greatest Genie"
  9. "Techno Generation"
  10. "Story Time"
  11. "Give Me Snow"
  12. "Playground"
  13. "New Games Everyday"
  14. "Let's Go"
  15. "Lazy Rockets"
  16. "I Wanna Dance"
  17. "I Like Learning"
  18. "Fun to Be the Mayor"
  19. "Colours"
  20. "Clean-Up"
  21. "Bing Bang (Time To Dance) - Single Mix" (Bonus track)
  22. "Welcome To LazyTown - Christmas Version" (Bonus track)
  23. "Anything Can Happen" (Bonus track)
  24. "Good to Be Bad" (Bonus track)
  25. "Bing Bang - Circus Version" (Bonus track)

See also

External links

  • Official LazyTown website
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