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iCarly: The Movie
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Soundtrack by Various Arts
Released July 9, 2010[1] (see more)
Genre Pop
Length 48:18
Label Nick Music
Columbia
Producer Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress, Noah Munck, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson, Jordin Sparks
iCarly chronology
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Singles from 'iCarly: The Movie'
  1. ""Kissin' U""
    Released: 2010

iCarly: The Movie motion picture soundtrack, based onto the movie with the same name. It became avaliable in stores July 9, 2010, three weeks before the film's release. It was written by Miranda Cosgrove, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez, Boys Like Girls, Justin Bieber, Ludacris, The Frey and Alyson Stoner.

"Kissin' U" and "It's Raining Sunshine" are lead singles for the soundtrack. Several of songs such as "The Climb", "Party in the USA" and "Send it On" were written by Miley Cyrus.[2] Others such as "Kissing U", "About You Now", "It's Raining Sunshine", "Stay My Baby" and "Leave it All to Me" were written by Miranda Cosgrove.[3] Justin Bieber, who guess appearing into the film has written a song "Baby", featuring with Ludacris. Also "S.O.S." and "Send it On" were both written by the Jonas Brothers.

From according to the movie, iCarly: The Movie forces on Carly getting carried away and tired out of spending way too much time filming episodes of iCarly, as Spencer took her and her friends on their relaxing vacation to Los Vegas where they need to spend time off from iCarly. This will prove that Carly and friends are leaving iCarly for good. Within the soundtrack released on July 13, the film will be released in theaters on July 30, 2010, two weeks after the release of the soundtrack. One of these songs can be featured in the film.

iCarly: The Movie debuts with generally postiive reviews, and became in first place at the Billboard 200 with 225,000 copies sold, becoming the first and only iCarly soundtrack that debuts in first place at any charts, within the latest soundtrack that didn't debut in first place, ending the run of Eminem's Recovery where it was in first place for the next three weeks. However, on it's second weekend, the album fell to No. 3 behind new album release, Nightmare and Recovery. Making 158,000 copies, collects it's total of 383,000 copies in two weeks. However in the UK Album Charts, it debuts in second place behind Recovery, until it bumped to first place a week later. It's total copies are 780,000 worldwide, making the soundtrack a commercial success.

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

Miranda Cosgrove performed four of her latest songs - "Kissin' U", "About You Now", "Leave it All to Me" and "Stay My Baby" from one of Cosgrove's soundtrack.[4] Originally, "Stay My Baby" by Amy Diamond" and "About You Now" by Sugababes were originally to be promoted in the soundtrack, but only Cosgrove is set to promote for her new album.

Miley Cyrus' - "The Climb", "Party in the USA", "Every Rose Has Its Thorn", "Send it On", "Start All Over" and "See You Again" are as well featured in the soundtrack, but Cyrus is not seen in the film.[5] Also the Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato performed "Send it On", where they are as well not featured in the film.[6][7][8] Justin Biebers' - "Baby" and "Earth" are featured for scenes where Bieber is performing.[9]

Jesse McCartney, who appeared in the film, singed "How Do You Sleep" for the scene where McCartney as his character Kyle on a date with Carly Shay, played by Miranda Cosgrove, while "It's Over" would be featured with McCartney as Kyle in the film performing in the casino alongside Justin Bieber and Ludacris.[10] Jennette McCurdy's "Not That Far Away" would be featured when Sam is written her a song.[11]

ReleaseEdit

iCarly: The Movie soundtrack is released worldwide on July 2010. It was first released in Germany on July 9, 2010.[12] The following weekend, the worldwide release of the soundtrack in Italy is July 11, 2010.[13], United Kingdom on July 12, 2010,[14] United States on July 13, 2010,[15] and Australia on July 14, 2010.[16] The soundtrack would be feature with two disks of some of the music videos from each of the songs.[17]

SinglesEdit

"Kissin' U", "Leave it All to Me", "Stay My Baby", "It's Raining Sunshine" and "About You Now" are played by Miranda Cosgrove. "Kissin' U" is the original single from Miranda Cosgrove's album, Sparks Fly. "Stay My Baby", originally played by Amy Diamond is used in the soundtrack of iCarly. "Leave it All to Me", feat. Drake Bell, is well known as a theme song of the TV show iCarly from the iCarly soundtrack.

"It's Raining Sunshine", is the single from the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs soundtrack. It will be used in the soundtrack. "About You Now", is used in the iCarly soundtrack and originally written by Sugabaes for the original song. They will all be apart of the soundtrack.

"The Climb" and "Party in the U.S.A., played by Miley Cyrus, is the original single from the Hannah Montana: The Movie soundtrack. "Party in the U.S.A.", played by Miley Cyrus, is the original single from Cyrus' The Time of Our Lives. "Send it On", feat. Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez and Jonas Brothers is used for this soundtrack, as well as Cyrus' other singles.

"Baby" and "Down To Earth" are played by Justin Bieber. "Down To Earth" is used from Bieber's My World while "Baby" feat Ludacris is featured in My World 2.0. These songs will be featured in the soundtrack, following them guess appearing in the movie where Bieber performs these songs live on set.

"How Do You Sleep?" and "It's Over" are both from Jesse McCartney. These songs are from Deprature. These songs will be apart of this soundtrack. "Go Lisa", played by Too Short, is a similar song to "Go Kendra" of E's reality TV series Kendra. Director of the film decided to add a theme song where Kendra Wilkerson played Lisa in the movie, to be a much similar song than the original. "Never Say Never" is played by The Frey with "Not That Far Away" is played by Jennette McCurdy. These songs are avaliable for the soundtrack.

TracklistingEdit

No. Title Writer length
1 Kissin' U Antonina Armato, Tim James 3:18
2 Leave it All to Me Miranda Cosgrove feat. Drake Bell 2:42
3 The Climb Miley Cyrus 3:57
4 Party in the U.S.A. Miley Cyrus 3:22
5 It's Raining Sunshine 3:44 Miranda Cosgrove
6 About You Now Miranda Cosgrove 3:10
7 How Do You Sleep? Jesse McCartney 3:57
8 It's Over 4:10 Jesse McCartney
9 Stay My Baby Miranda Cosgrove 3:05
10 Send it On Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez and Jonas Brothers 3:26
11 Baby Justin Bieber feat Ludacris 3:56
12 Down to Earth Justin Bieber 4:02
13 Never Say Never The Frey 4:05
14 Not That Far Away Jennette McCurdy 3:34

ReactionEdit

iCarly: The Movie came is first place at the Billboard 200 selling 225,000,[18] making it the first iCarly soundtrack to debut in first place, where iCarly the original soundrack debuts in twenty-eighth place at the Billboard 200. It defeated Eminem's Recovery where it was in first place for the next three weeks. However, on it's second weekend, the album fell to No. 3 behind new album release, Nightmare by Avenged Sevenfold and Recovery by Eminem, with 163,000 and 159,000 resectingly.[19] iCarly made 158,000 copies, for a total of 383,000 copies sold in two weeks. Recovery returned to the top once again selling 130,000 copies, with iCarly: The Movie still fooling around coming in second place.[20] It than returned to the top selling 120,000 copies.[21] This later gives a total of 780,000 copies worldwide, making it a success.

But in the UK Album Charts, it did not came in first place but in second place behind Eminem's Recovery.[22] Thus it was in first place since it debuts on it's first weekend. Next weekend, it still in first place, till it's third weekend it fell in second place behind Kylie Minogue's Aphrodite.[23] Now Recovery defeated iCarly: The Movie, where iCarly: The Movie is very close onto beaten it. In Canada, it debuts also in first place with 88,000 copies.[24] However on it's second weekend, the soundrack moved up to the No. spot making in 143,000 copies, due to rereleases of the soundtrack moving up 50%.[25]

It also is the number one soundtrack including in Australia, Europe, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden.[26][27][28][29][30] This is the first time that iCarly soundtrack can hit first place in any countries.

Criticial responseEdit

Reviews for iCarly: The Movie soundtrack were generally positive.[31] Allmusic review Stephanie Anderson praised: "Justin Bieber's "Baby" can sure to get young girls to scream and fall in love with him."[32] Rolling Stone praised: "Jesse McCartney song is very romantic and perfect for screaming girls".[33] The New York Times publisher Amy Miller praised: "these songs are not the new songs. They were just bollowed from other soundtracks, seeming that it would be very interesting for the people who would enjoy the song, and enjoy the TV show, one of their favorite songs are featured in the movie soundtrack, which makes it very intesting."[34]

Charts, sales and processionEdit

ChartsEdit

Charts (2009) Peak
position
Australian Albums Chart 6
Austrian Albums Chart 2
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders) 54
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia) 18
Brazil Top 10 Albums ABPD 2
Canadian Albums Chart 1
Danish Albums Chart 9
Finnish Albums Chart 26
French Albums Chart 32
Hungarian Albums Chart 2
Mexican Albums Chart 3
New Zealand Albums Chart 2
Norwegian Albums Chart 1
Polish Albums Chart 3
Portuguese Albums Chart 1
Spanish Albums Chart 1
Swedish Albums Chart 9
Swiss Albums Chart 13
U.S. Billboard 200 1
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 1
U.S. Billboard Top Soundtracks 1

CertificationsEdit

Country Certification
(sales thresholds)
Australia Platinum
Austria Gold
Brazil Gold
Mexico Platinum
New Zealand Platinum
Poland Gold
Spain Platinum
United States 2× Platinum

ProducersEdit

  • Miranda Cosgrove
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Jesse McCareny
  • Justin Bieber
  • Jonas Brothers
  • Selena Gomes
  • Demi Lovato
  • Ludacris
  • The Frey
  • Jennette McCurdy
  • Clayton Boen
  • Drake Bell
  • Dan Schneider
  • Neil A. Sheridan
  • Robin Weiner
  • Joe Catania
  • Jana Petrosini
  • Amber Comisar
  • Sean Gill
  • Bruce Rand Berman
  • Becky Opp
  • Michael Corcoran
  • C.J. Abraham
  • Adam Small

ReferencesEdit

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