Disney's popular Herbie films from the 1970s, which chronicled the misadventures of a rambunctious Volkswagen Bug, received an update in 2005, with young Disney starlet Lindsay Lohan in the lead. Lohan also contributes the lead-off track to the film's soundtrack with the appropriately titled "First." Borrowed from Lohan's debut album SPEAK, "First" effectively revs up the soundtrack, preparing the listener for the batch of familiar, feel-good rock & roll tunes that follow. Cover versions make up the bulk of the set, with Aly & A.J. taking on Katrina & the Waves' "Walking on Sunshine," Caleigh Peters doing the Beach Boys' "Fun, Fun, Fun," and Josh Gracin working up Loverboy's "Working for the Weekend." The covers are faithful and enjoyable, with Rooney's take on T. Rex's "Metal Guru" and the Mooney Suzuki's version of Steppenwolf's open-road classic "Born to be Wild" leading the pack in wind-swept adrenaline-soaked joy. Sadly, Mark Mothersbaugh's original score is not represented, but the two sound collages (which include snippets from earlier Herbie films) that close out this set make up for it.