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Album Review

As the title suggests, Victorious 2.0: More Music from the Hit TV Show serves up further songs from the Nickelodeon series, which was in its third season when this EP was released. As on the first volume of the Victorious soundtrack, Victoria Justice's commanding vocals are the main attraction here, particularly on the single "Make It in America" and "Shut Up and Dance." Tracks sung by Leon Thomas III, Elizabeth Gillies, and a version of "Don't You (Forget About Me)" sung by the cast round out this sequel to Victorious' upbeat but not too slick pop songs.

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Missing songs

This album is missing songs that should have been on the 2nd album, but I was hoping they'd be present here.

-365 days
-Make it shine (remix)
Cheer me up


Ok, I feel upset that they have to cancelled Victorious and I know 2012 is a new year but why they have to cancelled the best shows is ever watch. iCarly and Victorious, next year 2013 they will created new shows for Nick. I wish Victorious and iCarly will go on forever. : )

Love la boyz!

I'm excited to hear Liz's solo song!! I really love victorious and wish it was a full album though :(


Formed: 2010

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Victorious premiered in 2010 as Nickelodeon’s answer to Hannah Montana and High School Musical, two Disney Channel franchises that amassed a large audience thanks to their combination of teen-oriented plot lines and music performances. Dan Schneider, the man behind Nickelodeon programs like iCarley and Zoey 101, was tasked with the development of a new music-based series that could rival the Disney Channel’s success. Looking for a star actress, he turned to Victoria Justice, a former Zoey 101 cast...
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