Sometimes you come across a movie soundtrack that is more fun than the movie it came from. While this movie great, the soundtrack features such a varied list of genres, you really won’t know which track to try first. On Robots: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, there is pop, hip-hip, soul, alternative, and even some experimental music from The Blue Man Group. It is hard to believe that there are only thirteen tracks on this list, considering how diverse the list is. It is great for dancing, partying, or just chilling. The tracks are upbeat, and they just make you want to move. So much high energy music is the perfect backdrop for a great family movie, even if some of the songs aren’t so family friendly, like Chingy’s “Right Thur”, or Fatboy Slim’s “It’s a Wonderful Night”. If you are able to see the extras on the DVD, you can actually watch the recording of “Robot City”, which appears on the list as just one song, but actually done in parts in the movie itself. The finale song of James Brown’s “Get Up Offa That Thing” can’t be a much better choice as we get to see all the robots dancing together in Rodney Copperbottom’s hometown in styles that are just as varied as this sound track is. If you are the type of music lover who wants it all, because you just can’t choose a certain genre to follow, then this is your kind of soundtrack.