BETTY WHITE'S OFF THEIR ROCKERS Releases Soundtrack of Original Music

Betty-White-20010101 reports that Kinetic Content, producer of NBC's Betty White'S OFF THEIR ROCKERS, has just released a 12-song soundtrack featuring original music created specifically for the reality series. The release of the soundtrack coincides with this week's season finale. 

Says the Production Company, "The soundtrack was inspired by the overwhelming response Kinetic Content received from fans asking where they could get the music featured in the series."

Kinetic has partnered with Vanacore Music on all but three songs on the soundtrack; the three exceptions coming from the original Belgian series Benidorm Bastards on which the series is based.   Among the songs on the soundtrack will be "Crazy," performed by the Belgium band Broken Glass Heroes.

"Betty White's Off Their Rockers" takes senior stereotypes and blows them out of the water with a cast of sassy septuagenarians who are hip, sexy and ready to party. America's favorite comedy sweetheart sends a fearless band of senior citizens to the streets to pull shockingly hilarious pranks on the younger generation in "Betty White's Off Their Rockers," an outrageously funny "hidden camera" show unlike anything viewers have ever seen. White, a seven-time Emmy Award winner, will star and executive produce the series, adapted from the hit Belgium series "Benidorm Bastards." "People have been telling me that I'm 'off my rocker' for years," says White. "Now I can prove it!"

From the moment the show begins, it's clear that White and her gang are ready to take the world by storm. In the vein of "Punk'd," the show delivers cleverly-crafted comedic stunts, candid moments and priceless reactions captured by hidden cameras. Sassy seniors are on a mission, targeting unsuspecting young “marks” with their irreverent behavior, from asking a young girl in a mall to sign a petition banning ugly people from reproducing, to having an older woman proposition a young man at an airport gate to join her in the "mile high" club.

As star of the series, the inimitable and charming White is featured in brazenly funny sketches, providing saucy commentary between the pranks and sharing her engaging, comicAl Pearls of wisdom. Turning 90 years old in January 2012, White remains one of the busiest – and funniest – actresses in Hollywood, whose credits range from the classic "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Golden Girls" to her current starring role on "Hot in Cleveland."