Personnel: PJ Lequerica, Elan Rivera, Shareef McQueen, Jamily Gray, Shuana McCoy, Johto (vocals); John Siegler, Neil Jason, Ken Cummings, Louis Cortelezzi, Bob Mayo (various instruments); David Rolfe, John McCurry (guitar); Nikki Gregoroff, Russell Velazquez, Curtin King, John Loeffler (background vocals).
Producers include: John Siegler, Neil Jason, Ken Cummings, John McMurry.
Personnel: Eric Stuart, lan Rivera (vocals); David Rolfe, John McCurry (guitar); Louis Cortelezzi (saxophone); Curtis King, Russel Velazquez, Nikki Gregoroff (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Larry Alexander .
By the late 2000 release of Totally Pok‚mon, the popularity of the game/toys/TV series had peaked. With that year's new season of the TV show, a three-girl, three-guy group named Johto was added to sing the songs featured on the show's "Karaokemon" segment. Johto makes its debut on Totally Pok‚mon, singing songs such as "Pok‚mon Johto," "Pok‚rap GS," "Song of Jigglypuff," and "Do You Really Want to Play." The album also includes instrumental, singalong-ready versions of "Pikachu (I Choose You)," "All We Want to Do," and "You & Me Pok‚mon." Though Pok‚mon might have lost some of the phenomenal popularity it had in 1999, Totally Pok‚mon's mix of teen pop and toys might make die-hard fans happy. ~ Heather Phares