The Scooby Doo Dance

I saw this video on Youtube and just couldn't stop watching it. Here is the description on there:

The Scooby Doo Dance Video....A Song We Wrote & Produced By The Harold Jordan Band. With A Little Video We Made to Go Along With It. Music & Lyrics By Harold Jordan & Vic Nielsen. Video By Lee Nielsen. Music & Lyrics Copyrighted 2006.

There is a parade of television characters doing the dance (Scooby is only in it a short time). However, it is down right fun to watch.  Warning - the song is catchy and is going to be stuck in your head.

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New Scooby Doo Music Video

Check out this new video featuring Anarbor. The group is providing the title track to the new Scooby Doo 3 movie - the Mystery Begins. The new song is title "You and I" and its pretty fun. It is not as catchy as the original or the What's New Scooby Doo by Simple Plan, but its OK.

If you like the group or the music, you can check out the band and find out more. Slade is the singer and on bass, Greg is on the drum, Adam and Mike are on the guitars. Find out more at the Anarbor website.

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Simple Plan

Music has always been a core part of Scooby Doo. In the original Scooby Doo Where Are You, the chase scenes always had music from popular artists.  Plus, there was the opening theme. Scooby doobie doo where are you, we got some work to do now.  Who hasn't had that song stuck in there head at one time in their life? The integration of music into the show made Scooby more fun. It built excitement for us as kids and made Scooby stand out from other kids shows at the times.

As one series moved to the next, there was always a deep connection to music.  This was true in the movies as well.  Nowhere is this deep connection between Scooby Doo and music more pronounced than the What's New Scooby Doo series.  The chase scenes are accompanied by music, but the real score was the opening theme song.   The What's New  opening song like the original, is extremely catchy and built excitement for the upcoming episode.   Unlike the original, this time the song was performed by the French Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan.   Episode 25 from this series has the band in it - Simple Plan and the Invisible Man.

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Scooby Doo iPod Cover

Now this is some fun Scooby Doo stuff. Check out this great selection of iPod covers for generation 4 and 5 iPods. Lots of design choices. If you are a Scooby fan and have a iPod, one of these is perfect for you.

This is a highly durable case that covers the entire face of the iPod nano, and has a translucent back. It offers play-through control for the click wheel and built-in screen protection.

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Scooby Doo Music

Scooby Doo has a long history with music. When originally conceived, there were five teenagers (not 4) in the gang. All of the teens were in a band called “The Mysteries Five” (even the dog played the bongos). Scooby Doo has produced a lot of fun music and several good Scooby Doo soundtracks over the years. Choose between compact discs and mp3 downloads of your favorite Scooby Doo theme song or soundtrack.

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