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Perfectly Platinum: 30 Dino-Mite Songs is the eighteenth US studio album from Barney, released on February 24, 2009 under Koch Records and HIT Entertainment. The album features a compilation of songs from seasons nine to thirteen of the television series.

It was the final Barney album to be released under Koch Records and the final US Barney album to be produced by longtime music director, Joseph Phillips and executive produced by Karen Barnes.

The album was later released in the United Kingdom on April 2, 2012 by Demon Records with an alternate album cover.

On April 10, 2020, the album was transferred to Warner Music Group's Arts Music division, along with other Barney albums, as Mattel entered into an exclusive, multi-year global music licensing agreement between the company, announced on May 1, 2020.[2]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "A Friend Like You"
(Audio taken from season ten and eleven)
Joseph Phillips 0:54
2. "Barney's Name Game"
(Audio taken from Celebrating Around The World)
Mark Williamson 1:34
3. "I Hear Music Everywhere"
(Audio taken from Barney Live! - The Let's Go Tour)
Phillips 1:34
4. "If You're Happy and You Know It"
(Audio taken from Movin' and Groovin' / "Let's Make Music!")
Traditional 1:41
5. "Baby Bop Hop"
(Audio taken from "The Princess and the Frog")
Stephen Bates BaltesLory Lazarus 1:11
6. "I Just Can't Wait"
(Audio taken from "Welcome, Cousin Riff")
PhillipsPeugh 1:27
7. "You Can Make Music with Anything"
(Barney and half of Riff's vocals taken from "Lights! Camera! Action!: A Movie Adventure"; Riff's vocals also taken from Let's Make Music)
John Marsden 1:29
8. "When I'm Old Enough to Join the Band"
(Audio taken from "Hearing")
PhillipsPeugh 1:24
9. "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"
(Audio taken from "Beethoven's Hear!")
Traditional 1:20
10. "The Elephant Song"
(Vocals taken from Let's Make Music, Music taken from "The Magic Caboose"; without vocals from Riff)
BaltesLazarus 1:24
11. "Rock Like a Monkey"
(Audio taken from Barney's Jungle Friends)
Phillips 1:55
12. "Laugh With Me"
(Audio taken from "A Bird of a Different Feather: Hawaii"; without vocals from Ben and Rusty but with added chorus vocals)
David Bernard Wolf 1:25
13. "ABC Song"
(Audio taken from "Letters")
Traditional 1:25
14. "Icy, Creamy Ice Cream"
(Audio taken from "Pistachio")
Willy Welch 1:27
15. "Rock-N-Roll Star"
(Audio taken from Can You Sing That Song?)
Phillips 2:29
16. "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe"
(Audio taken from "Get Happy!")
Traditional 0:59
17. "Perfectly Purple Day"
(Audio taken from "The Magic Lamp: A Travel Adventure")
Welch 1:17
18. "Welcome to Our Tea Party"
(Audio taken from "The Reluctant Dragon: A Fairy Tale Adventure")
Williamson 1:31
19. "Clapping Song" Parker 2:01
20. "Best of Friends"
(Audio taken from Let's Go on Vacation)
Jeff Zahn 1:11
21. "How Does This Thing Work"
(Audio taken from Let's Make Music)
Scott Erickson 1:09
22. "Gaggle, Giggle, Wiggle Dance"
(Audio taken from "The Magic Lamp: A Travel Adventure")
Eddie Coker 1:47
23. "Clip, Clop Riding on a Pony"
(Audio taken from Let's Go to the Farm)
Welch 1:22
24. "Old MacDonald"
(Audio taken from "Days of the Week"; without vocals from Riff)
Traditional 1:22
25. "Books Are Fun"
(Audio taken from "Fun with Reading"; without vocals from Baby Bop and Riff)
Natalie 1:44
26. "Airplane Song"
(Audio taken from "Airplanes")
Parker 1:43
27. "The Duckies Do"
(Audio taken from "The Nature of Things")
Welch 1:10
28. "Dino Dance"
(Audio taken from the new content of Dino-Mite Birthday)
Phillips 1:41
29. "Being Together" Phillips 1:27
30. "I Love You"
(Audio taken from seasons seven through thirteen)
Lee Bernstein • Traditional 0:58
Total length: 44:26


Credits for Perfectly Platinum: 30 Dino-Mite Songs adapted from AllMusic, the CD pamphlet, and the television series.


Managerial and creative


Visuals and imagery

  • Alice Butts – package design

Release history

Region Date Format Label
Various February 24, 2009 CD HIT • Koch
United Kingdom April 2, 2012 HIT • Demon
Various November 23, 2011[3] digital download HIT
April 10, 2020[4] digital download • streaming Arts • Mattel


  • The name is a pun on "perfectly purple", a part of the song, "A Perfectly Purple Day", which it is also in this album.
  • During the week of Aug. 31, 2020 - Sept. 6, 2020, "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and "One Two Buckle My Shoe" peaked at No. 67 and No. 71 on the iTunes Top 100 Songs in Singapore respectively.[5]
  • The UK version of the CD released for this album has a lower pitch, for Barney’s voice at least.

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