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Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (Soundtrack)
Artist Maverick Records
Released November 7, 2000

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Soundtrack was released on November 7, 2000 on Maverick Records. The album peaked at #48 on the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart and #41 on the U.S. Billboard R&B Albums chart.

"My Getaway" was released as a single on November 5, 2000. The song peaked at #8 on the UK Top 40 R&B chart and #44 on the UK Singles chart. In the U.S, the song peaked at #31 on Billboard's Rhythmic Top 40 and #79 on Billboard's Hot R&B\Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.

"Who Let the Dogs Out?" became a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the charts in Australia and New Zealand. It also managed to peak at #2 on the UK Singles chart.

"L'Histoire d'une fée, c'est..." was released as a single in February 2001 in France. The song managed to peak at #9 on the French SNEP Singles chart.


  1. My Getaway: T-Boz (3:50) [written by Brycyn Evans and Tionne Watkins; produced by Soulshock & Karlin]
  2. You Don't Stand a Chance: Amanda (3:43) [written by Christian Karlsson, Fredrik Odesjo, Nina Woodford, and Hinrik Jonback; produced by Bloodshy and Fredro]
  3. Life is a Party: Aaron Carter (3:26) [written by Andy Goldmark, Jamie Houston, and James Dean Hicks; produced by Andy Goldmark]
  4. Who Let the Dogs Out?: Baha Men (3:18) [written by Anselm Douglas; produced by Michael Mangini and Steve Greenberg]
  5. Final Heartbreak: Jessica Simpson (3:41) [written by Eric Foster White; produced by Eric Foster White]
  6. When You Love: Sinead O'Connor (5:18) [written by Adam Anders, Maribeth Derry, and Nikki Hassman; produced by Wyclef Jean, Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis, and George Acogny]
  7. I'm Telling You This: No Authority (4:08) [written by Steve Migliore, M. Hansen, and J. Belmaati; produced by Cutfather & Joe]
  8. These Boots Were Made for Walkin': Geri Halliwell (3:03) [written by Lee Hazelwood; produced by Steve Power]
  9. Chuckie Chan: Issac Hayes feat. Alex Brown and Mark Mothersbaugh (4:19) [written by Mark Mothersbaugh; produced by Mark Mothersbaugh and Robert Casale]
  10. L'Histoire d'une fée, c'est...: Mylene Farmer (5:12) [written by Mylene Farmer and Laurent Boutonnat; produced by Laurent Boutonnat]
  11. I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever: Cyndi Lauper:(3:47) [written by Mark Mothersbaugh and Cyndi Lauper; produced by Cyndi Lauper, Mark Mothersbaugh, and Robert Casale]
  12. Excuse My French: 2Be3 (3:02) [written by Desmond Child, Peter Amato, and Randy Cantor; produced by Peter Amato and Chris Willis]
  13. Bad Girls: Cheryl Chase (Angelica) and the Sumos: (4:05) [written by Joe Esposito, Eddie Hokenson, Bruce Sudano, Donna Summer, Hal Waite, and Darryl Phinnessee (additional "Rugrats" material)]



  • T-Boz appears courtesy of Arista Records
  • Amanda appears courtesy of Maverick Records
  • Aaron Carter appears courtesy of Jive Records
  • Baha Men appears courtesy of S-Curve Records
  • Jessica Simpson appears courtesy of Columbia Records
  • Sinead O'Connor appears courtesy of Atlantic Records
  • No Authority appears courtesy of Maverick Records
  • Geri Halliwell appears courtesy of Capitol Records (under license from EMI Capitol Music Special Markets)
  • Isaac Hayes appears courtesy of Virgin Records America
  • Mylene Farmer appears courtesy of Universal Records\Stuffed Monkey (distributed in France by Polydor Records)
  • 2BeFree appears courtesy of Deston Entertainment
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