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Next Friday (2000 Film)
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (14 December, 1999)
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2-0 out of 5 stars So-so CD
There are only a couple of songs I did like on this cd. I did enjoy Ice Cube and Aaliyah, but the rest of the cd left me cold. I do think that if you can just find the two songs and pay to download them, it would have been better! I suggest borrowing first from a friend and seeing if you actually like it first before you buy.

3-0 out of 5 stars F*ck writin a title
This cd is lacking the mix like in the first one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pharoahe Monch rips this soundtrack (Horsemen!!!!!)
this soundtrack is above average movie soundtrack usually they are terrible but this one wasn't that bad i have to say songs to download if you don't want to buy would be pharoahe monchs livin it up and go get internal affairs also the two singles are nice ice cubes and lil zanes. also check out nwa chin check sick song check this solid sountrack out

7.5 of 10 lyrics 7 of 10 beats ... Read more

Asin: B00003CX2J
Sales Rank: 57442
Subjects:  1. Film Music    2. G-Funk    3. Gangsta Rap    4. Pop    5. Soundtracks & Film Scores    6. West Coast Rap   


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Friday: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (11 April, 1995)
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5-0 out of 5 stars WONDERFULCD!5 ***** SOUNDTRACK!
THIS IS A GREAT SOUNDTRACK!
I LOVE MACK 10
CYPRESS HILL
BOOTSY
2 LIVE CREW- HOOCHIE MAMA
THE WHOLE THING IS BLAZIN!
5 STAR CD *****

I AM SO GLAD JAMIE FOXX WON THE OSCAR FOR RAY
LASTNIGHT!
I KNOW THIS CD HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IT BUT,
I HAD TO SAY IT!
I AM SO PROUD OF JAMIE FOXX!
HE DID THAT RAY CHARLES ROLE!

5-0 out of 5 stars it's friday u aint go no job and u aint got sh** to do ....
great soundtrack i'm like 35 years old and imma tell u sommthin fo all ur young peeps u got to check this out !!! it's the bomb!! i totally have all the movies and well somone stoled all of my friday's cds soundtrack so imma get it again.
the first few tracks on the soundtrack friday got did it brings back memorys don't it peeps ?? man oh man what a year oh sorry lol anyways listen if u want to laugh ur a** off watch all of the friday's movie but if u just want to relax and smoke some of that oooooooooowwwwwweeeeee then roll it up light up smoke it up and just chill cause it will make u head go beep boppin ..TRUST ME I KNOW ...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Soundtrack!
Perfectly complimented the movie...which was a classic and the music helped it to be that way.Memorable.
Best songs!

1.Bootsy Collins - You Got Me Wide open...gotta have that bootsy baybay!!!!1
2. Rick James - Mary Jane - RIP mayne
3. Isley Brothers - Tryin To See Another Day
4. Rose Royce - I Wanna Get Next To You
5. Ice Cube - Friday
6. Dr. Dre - Keep Their Heads Ringin
7. Cypress Hill - Light It Up
8. Mack 10 - Take A Hit

The movie and the soundtrack go hand in hand....get dat. ... Read more

Asin: B000003B4L
Sales Rank: 15760
Subjects:  1. G-Funk    2. Gangsta Rap    3. Pop    4. Soundtracks & Film Scores    5. West Coast Rap   


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Any Given Sunday: Music From The Motion Picture
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (04 January, 2000)
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Put together the grandiose vision of director Oliver Stone (JFK, Natural Born Killers), the larger-than-life world of professional football, and the over-the-top theatrics of Al Pacino (the Godfather, Dog Day Afternoon), and what do you expect? A quiet little soundtrack of introspective folk songs? No, this is a Wagnerian production in which the pace never lets up. Whether it's the protometal of Godsmack, the petulant whine of Courtney Love fronting the always grungy Hole, or the expletive-laden Kid Rock, the frontal attack is always overkill. Sunday star Jamie Foxx performs the title track, which, while subdued, still moves forth on an ominous note. Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott's track "Who You Gonna Call" has a sly sense of humor. L.L. Cool J (who also appears in the film) performs "Shut 'Em Down," sounding like a speed freak spilling the company secrets. Now, if only we could convince Pacino to rap. --Rob O'Connor ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Answer to the "Do you wanna a revolution" song question
The song everybody's been asking about is by kirk franklin of Nu Nation...It's called simply "Revolution" and can been bought on Amazon..Hope this answers everyone's questions. Enjoy

3-0 out of 5 stars If you're looking for the ambient tracks, try Vol. 2 instead
This first volume of music for the movie is mainly focused on hip-hop songs. If what you are after are the ambient tracks, and Pacino's monolog ("Peace with Inches"), then you need to get a copy of the Volume 2, which carries all the music by Robbie Robertson, Paul Kelly, Moby and other masters. Can't say much in favor of volume 1, though. I haven't heard it but once.

4-0 out of 5 stars Bless Me, Father
That song you guys are referring to is an extremely rare, unreleased song byP.O.D. entitled "Bless Me, Father". Unfortunately, it's only appearance is in the movie. They also recorded a cover of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby", however it too remains unreleased... ... Read more

Asin: B00003TKHA
Subjects:  1. Film Music    2. Hardcore Rap    3. Hip-Hop    4. Original Score    5. Pop    6. R&B    7. Soundtracks & Film Scores    8. Urban   


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Scary Movie: Music That Inspired The Soundtrack?
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (04 July, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Scary movie rocks
Scary movie is a grate sound track. I like too cule for school, The only way to be, Punk song 2, Everybody wants you & My bad. Its made up of lots songs that you cant get anywhere els & hard rock.I havent got it yet, but I listend to the samples & I think its a rilly goodCD. Every day I go online & listen to the samples over & over agen. Im the killer {killer rap} & Scary movie's {sequal} & superfly are cool to. As mutch as I herd about it, I just have to say: its a rilly good CD.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you loved the the movie you will love the soundtrack!
I loved Scary Movie and it had some fun music. So I went out and bought the soundtrack and I wasn't disappointed. This baby didn't leave my CD player for at least a month after I bought it. If you like "fun" music then get this CD, it's full of "fun" music. Perfect to listen to in your car or the shower or when you are feeling goofy or need some cheering up. The CD is just so much fun. A very good soundtrack.

It featured all the songs I was looking for and the overall soundtrack was very good so I must go with ***** of *****...

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT SOUNDTRACK!!
I haven't bought the CD yet but I have just watched the movie and I think the killer-rap is terrific!! I also like Too Cool for school, when doofy drives off. Anyway, i just wanted to say that it's probably a really good CD ... Read more

Asin: B00004TVAQ
Sales Rank: 108978
Subjects:  1. Film Music    2. Halloween    3. Pop    4. Soundtracks    5. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


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Jailbait!: Music from the MTV Original TV Movie
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (11 April, 2000)
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4-0 out of 5 stars good movie, good c.d.
I thought the movie was so good, and the c.d. was alright.the highlights of the c.d.were "All My Fault"by Fenix TX, "Dumpweed"by Blink 182,Personal Space Invader"by Sugar Ray, and Satellite"by Smash Mouth.the rest of the c.d. i dont really listen to that much, by if you like powerman5000 or rob zombie(?)then you will like this c.d. i dont think i would have enjoyed the c.d. as much if i had not seen the movie I LOVE THE MOVIE!so if you really like that heavy rock sort of thing, or youlove the movie like i do, then get the c.d.its not the best but its pretty good!

2-0 out of 5 stars Stinks...
I bought this because i had extra $$ to spend... the movie was good but this soundtrack sucks... 'all my fault' by riverfenix is good and so is the blink song... the rest are crappy...

5-0 out of 5 stars A totally awesome CD
I first heard "All My fault" by Fenix TX so I bought the CD and after listening to the entire thing I was in love with it. The movie was good and the CD is even better! ... Read more

Asin: B00004SAWP
Sales Rank: 163224
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Film Music    4. Heavy Metal    5. Original Score    6. Pop    7. Post-Grunge    8. Soundtrack    9. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


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Ready To Rumble (2000 Film)
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (11 April, 2000)
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Brian Robbins's film--starring David Arquette, Rose McGowan, and Oliver Platt--about the surreal world of professional wrestling features the adrenaline-pumping soundtrack you'd expect: Kid Rock, Motley Crue, the Offspring, even Run-DMC all make an appearance. No ballads need apply. By including music "inspired" by the motion picture as well as music actually from the film, the soundtrack pumps up to 13 tracks. Twisted Sister's mid-1980s rebellion anthem "We're Not Gonna Take It" is closely replicated by Bif Naked, while DJ Hurricane, featuring Stone Temple Pilots' singer Scott Weiland, cut, paste, and reinterpret Queen's mid-1970s anthem "We Will Rock You" into a disjointed jam. For humor's sake, Ahmet and Dweezil Zappa try their hand at Britney Spears's "...Baby One More Time," giving it a guitar-heavy translation. Kid Rock's "Bawitdaba" is retooled by Josh Abraham for the "Lower Than You" remix. The album is essentially one long body slam. --Rob O'Connor ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars It Is The Best.!!!
I Like All The Songs. I Like Bawitdaba, Jump Around, We Will Rock You, Last Resort, And Baby One More Time The Best.!!! I Like Them The Best Because They Are The Best Songs.!!! I Don't Like King Of Rock. I Don't Like That Because I Is Not Good.!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars R2R Review
This CD is awesome, I bought it the first day it came out because I saw the film and immediately I wanted the soundtrack. The best songs are "We're Not Gonna Take It", "Bawitdaba (Lower Than YouRemix)", and "Last Resort." But the worst song was the firstone, "Get Ready", the beginning was cool with Michael Bufferdoing the intro but it was all downhill from there, the best part about thesong is when it gets to the chorus. I like what they did to make sure thatpeople knew that this was a *wrestling movie* soundtrack by putting remixesof the Diamond Dallas Page and Sting themes on it. Also, I enjoyedlistening to The "...Baby One More Time" song, although theoriginal is way better Ahmet and Dweezil Zappa did a cool version. Irecommend this CD to any fan of the movie or just a fan of great music.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Mix of Music
If you are looking for a good mix of music, check this CD out.It has everything from The Offspring to the Zappa brothers.Bif Naked does a great rendition of "We're Not Gonna Take It", but the remix of"Bawitdaba" leaves a lot to be desired."Bloodstains"by The Offspring, "Last Resort" by Papa Roach, and "Girls,Girls, Girls" by Motley Crue more than make up for Amhet & DweezilZappa's rendition of "Baby One More Time" and "We Will RockYou" by DJ Hurricane & Scott Weiland."Baby On MoreTime" was bad to begin with, and "We Will Rock You" shouldhave Queen up in arms. All in all, this is a good CD for a mix of old andnew music.3 stars! ... Read more

Asin: B00004ST2I
Subjects:  1. Film Music    2. Pop    3. Rap-Rock    4. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


Light It Up
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (09 November, 1999)
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Whether a movie starring Judd Nelson can claim to be an authentic tale of survival at an inner-city high school is clearly debatable. Because the soundtrack for the movie features teen heartthrobs 'N Sync harmonizing on a Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds's ballad, poetic license--if not straight-out romanticizing--is clearly being exercised here. The 13 tracks mostly present different dimensions of hip-hop, but none approaches the real menace of gangsta rap. The textures vary from the reflective, somber synthesizer of Ja Rule's "How Many Wanna" to the schoolyard taunt of Master P's title track. Pat Benatar's "Love Is a Battlefield" gets a rewrite as "Ghetto Is a Battlefield" from Blaze and Firestarr (featuring Fredro Starr, a former member of Onyx and now an actor in this film). Bob Marley's "Waiting in Vain" is given the 1999 treatment by Jon B., who went to Kingston, Jamaica, to cut the track at Tuff Gong studios, where Marley recorded many of his classics. Now there's authenticity for you. --Rob O'Connor ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars for this movie...no!
THIS MOVIE IS ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKING A STAND.SO WHY IS IT THAT MOST OF THE TRACKS ON THIS SOUNDTRACK HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE THEME OF THE MOVIE.THE SONGS, EVEN THOUGH ARE GOOD ARE VERY MUCH OUT OF PLACE.EVEN SO, MY FAVORITES ARE JA RULES, MASTER P'S, EVEN THOUGH I THINK HE DOESN'T HAVE MUCH TALENT. 112 SONG IS NICE, EVEN THOUGH SLIMS VOICE IS ANNOYING.THERE ARE A FEW OTHERS THAT I CAN'T REALLY REMEMBER THE TITLES TO BUT ONE SONG THAT STICKS OUT THE MOST AND IS VERY PLEASANT TO LISTEN TO IS NSYNC THROUGH HEAVENS EYES.THOSE BOYS ARE A BIT OUT OF PLACE BUT THEY HAVE THE BEST SONG ON THE SOUNDTRACK.THEIR HARMONIES WERE OFF THE HOOK, NOT SURPRISINGLY.THOSE GUYS HAVE SOME SERIOUS TALENT ON THERE HANDS.BABY-FACE WROTE THE SONG TOO, SO YOU KNOW IT HAS SOME SERIOUS HEART TO IT.

4-0 out of 5 stars Light it Up Soundtrack
"Light it up Soundtrack" (1999) is a nice assortment of thirteen Hiphop and R & B songs. Soundtrack starts off solid with Ja Rule's hardcore banger "How Many Wanna" from "Irv Gotti Presents The Murders" one of my favourite Ja Rule Songs. DMX drops in for the powerfull "Catz Dont Know", a dope track where X weaves a dark story about betrayal and murder. AZ and Beanie Seigel make a rare collab on "That's Real", another nice track. "High Schoolin'" Feat. Slimm Cutta-Calhoun (of Goodie Mobb) and Outkast, is a blazing funkfied track with a memorable chorus. Albums title track comes from more southern artists: Master P and the No Limit All Stars, like P's chorus to this. The next track is a relaxed soulful Jon B. song called "Waiting in Vain", where Jon B. shines. More nice R & B tracks follow: 112 delivers "Anything" a smooth love ballad and NSYNC comes through with the melodic "If Only in Heaven's Eyes" a moving song. Shya's "Burgundy", Beverly's "Here" and Jack Herrera's "Free to Believe" are all decent R & B songs, none of them really standing out for me, at same time none of them bad. I am not really into female mc's Amil's "First One Hit" though the beat keeps your attention and I can see the ladies liking this one more. Onyx's Fredro Starr who also co-stars in the movie collabs with Blaze on "Ghetto's A Battlefield" the albums closer, a deep track which has some very nice female vocals. As a soundtrack "Light it Up" is one of the better ones I have come across, short as it is, the tracks on it are memorable and have good replay value making it a soundtrack worth having in the collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars There are some really good songs on here!
Usually hip-hop soundtracks have one big artist, and then a ton of non talented wannabes.Well, not this one.When you combine some of rap and hip-hop's biggest names such as DMX, Master P, 112, Ja Rule and of course the amazing Outkast, you are bound to get awesome results.Jon B. redid Bob Marley's hit Waiting In Vain for this soundtrack, with very good results.Then newcomer Amil got a chance to shine for her above average track First One Hit.Outkast, which are quite possibly one of my favorite groups ever, performs very well with their track, which features Slim Cutta Calhoun.Master P does the title track.The only song that just seems out of place is 'N Sync's If Only In Heaven's Eyes.Now don't get me wrong, I like 'N Sync, but they just don't sound very good on a rap/hip-hop soundtrack.But this overall is a very good CD that any fan of hip-hop should purchase. ... Read more

Asin: B000021XRH
Subjects:  1. Film Music    2. Pop    3. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


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Any Given Sunday, Vol. 2: Music From The Motion Picture
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (29 August, 2000)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Missing Instrumental
I'm 99.99999% sure the song you are looking for is a song by Moby from his "Play" album. The song is called My Weakness. Listen to the whole song and I think you'll see it is what you are looking for. Please post in here if I confirm that correctly because that .0000001% is nagging at me right now :)

3-0 out of 5 stars WHATS THIS SONG?????
In the begining of the movie when Steaming Willie Beamin first goes in (right after he throws up) a song starts to play. Its an instrumental. It plays as he is in for the first time at the begining of the movie. PLEASE PLEASE if anyone knows this song, post up the title of it and the name of the artist. The song is B U T FUL!

5-0 out of 5 stars Exquisite for any situation
It seems in the past few years Soundtracks have come out of where they were in the past and almost become a genre in themselves: a combination of spatial, eclectic, atmospheric, etc. And a few soundtracks have stood out in a special way: namely Heat, The Insider, Traffic, Virgin Suicides and more recently, Lost in Translation. And Any Given Sunday, Volume 2 (which ended up being better than vol. 1) is definitely a part of this exquisite list of albums.

Robbie Robertson, Paul Kelly (the master behind the "speech song", for which you can download the plain music in Amazon's Free Downloads section w/o Pacino's monolog on top, if that's what you want), Moby, Nina Simone and a host of other artists combine their talents to make this one hell of a soundtrack worth listening to under rain or shine, on the road, while working or simpliy chilling out. ... Read more

Asin: B00004WF3U
Sales Rank: 108510
Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Soundtracks    3. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me - Music From The Motion Picture
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (01 June, 1999)
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Austin Powers may be a remnant of the '60s, but the soundtrack for his second film spans generations. Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello light into the former's "I'll Never Fall in Love Again," with trumpet and piano creating a plush aura. Quincy Jones and His Orchestra provide the perfectly campy "Soul Bossa Nova (Dim's Space-A-Nova)." Mike Myers himself gets into the fray as Dr. Evil for a humorous take on Bill Withers's "Just the Two of Us" andR.E.M. successfully updates Tommy James's "Draggin' the Line." Madonna teams up with William Orbit for "Beautiful Stranger." Green Day turns in "Espionage," an instrumental that harkens back to cheesy action movies and the Batman theme. Big Blue Missile with Scott Weiland attempts to modernize the Zombies' "Time of the Season" with extra drum beats. But it's pure imitation. The real thing can be found in the Flaming Lips track, the pure-liquid LSD psychedelic pop of"Buggin'." --Rob O'Connor ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars It's groovy but not that groovy, baby
As is often the case with movie soundtracks, this CD offers some really good tracks alongside some humdrum and rather poor ones.Madonna's Beautiful Stranger is the cream of the crop; it's one of the better songs Madonna has put out in recent years, in my opinion.The live version of The Who's My Generation fits the Austin Powers theme nicely and plays very well on the album.Lenny Kravitz' rocking remake of American Woman is another great track that many folks will be quite familiar with already from its heavy radio play.I was very happy to see Dr. Evil's Just the Two of Us make its way onto the album, as it's a crowd-pleasing, memorable party of the movie.I also rather like, in a weird sort of way, The Lucy Nation's song Alright; it has an unusual sound and style that distinguishes it from its peers on this CD.Unfortunately, the better tracks stop here.

Some of these songs are remakes of classic songs, and I have to question why these remakes were even made.R.E.M.'s cover of Draggin' the Line is OK, but it differs very little from the original recording.Melanie G (aka Scary Spice) provides a completely unnecessary remake in the form of her cover of Cameo's funky tour de force Word Up; that great song is best left in the capable hands (and voice) of Cameo's Larry Blackmon.Big Blue Missile (with Scott Weiland) does a pretty mediocre job covering another classic song, Time of the Season; apparently, it wasn't the time of the season for all the singers to actually hit the right notes.Buggin' is an interesting track from The Flamingo Lips, but I can't decide whether I actually like the song or not.Green Day fans shouldn't get overly excited at the sight of the band's contribution here, as Espionage features no singing whatsoever.I'm still trying to figure out why Burt Bacharach is such an integral part of Austin Powers as I'm not naturally drawn to his music, but his collaboration with Elvis Costello on the all-too-familiar I'll Never Fall in Love Again isn't all that bad.

The album ends on a fun note, with Quincy Jones' souped-up version of the basic Austin Powers theme music.All in all, while the album has its good points, it is by no means a must-have.Were it not for Madonna's Beautiful Stranger, I doubt I would have bought the CD.Still, it's fun to listen to the whole thing every so often.

4-0 out of 5 stars Buy it if you only like the backround theam music,
I brought this CD at Chrismas 99 about the time wear Austn Powers was realsed,,There is a few classic's songs on it like Madona's hit Bueataful Stranger witch become quite popular outside he movie
Lenny Kravis's American Women- Despite what many know the song was realsed befor the movie was theaticly realsed witch made it popular...........After you lisen to it a few times your find yourself most likely lisening to those 2 songs mostly and maybe 1 or 2 other songs on there,,,,,
and did I menchin that it has Dr.Evial's verisenof "Just the two of us" on it.....
All in all if your only after the CD to get only like 1 or 2 songs on it go to like Kazza or WInMX and download theam off there dont waste your money on the CD

5-0 out of 5 stars A good collection of songs and artists
This album has a real good collection of songs spanning artists as diverse as Madonna, r.e.m., Green Day, Burt Bacharach, Elvis Costello, and Quincy Jones and his Orchestra, just to name a few. We also get a 60's track from The Who. And of course there is the fun track by Dr Evil "Just the two of us". The booklet includes a few photos from the movie. On the whole, this is one soundtrack that works. ... Read more

Asin: B00000IYMI
Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Film Music    3. Pop    4. Punk-Pop    5. Soundtracks    6. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


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Backstage: A Hard Knock Life
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (29 August, 2000)
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Hit for hit, rhyme for rhyme, DJ Clue Presents Backstage Mixtape integrates obscure underground tracks such as Cam'Ron's "Hate Music" with pipin' hot joints such as Mya and Jay Z's "Best of Me." Like on a legendary mixtape, Clue seamlessly blends song after song, providing a continuous flow of tunes. As well as the heavily rotated radio singles, "In the Club" by Beanie Sigel and "My Mind Right" by Memphis Bleek, Backstage celebrates lady lyricists on "Road Dawgs" which witnesses Amil, Eve, and Da Brat teaming up with Jay-Z over a bubbling bounce instrumental. Apart from the continuous signature Clue interjections and ad-libs, this album puts mainstream R&B and hip-hop tracks together just like a puzzle. --Elon D. Johnson ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Decent Mixtape - 3.5 stars
This was put together during the time of the tour Jay-Z & The Roc went on w/ DMX, Ja Rule, Method Man & redman.It starts off strong and ends strong but is rather crappy in the middle.Features a wide range of well known rappers from the east and south and a few female rappers as well as 4 R&B songs (which I'm not a fan of).it definitely has it's highpoints & low points but there are some real good songs on here and if you likereal hip-hop but some R&B as well, you might wanna check it out.

#2 - 7 (Mya & Jay-Z)
#3 - 7.5 (Beanie Sigel)
#4 - 9.5 (Prodigy of Mobb Deep)
#5 - 10 (classic by memphis Bleek - gets on Nas)
#6 - 8.5 (LOX {Styles, Sheek, & Jadakiss})
#7 - 3 (T-Boz)
#8 - 2 (christion)
#9 - 4.5 (Rell)
#10 - 7 (cash Money Records)
#11 - 5 (amil, Da Brat, Eve, Jay-Z)
#12 - 5.5 (outkast, Killer Mike, Slimm Calhoun)
#13 - 7 (Redman & Lady Luck)
#14 - 8 (Cam'ron & Juelz Santana)
#15 - 9.5 (Fabolous)
#16 - 9.5 (Capone & Noreaga)
#17 - 9 (ja Rule, Memphis Bleek, Lil Cease)
#18 - 9 (Ja Rule, Da Ranjahz {Wais & Haph})
#19 - 6 (Jay-Z)

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2-0 out of 5 stars Clue's screaming makes a weak soundtrack even weaker
DJ Clue - Backstage: Hard Knock Life Soundtrack (Roc-a-Fella, 2000)

On this album, listen to Cam'Ron and Julez Santana's "Hate Music". That song is wack and its title is the best description of that song and the whole album.

There ARE some good songs on here they're all ruined by DJ Clue's tired catch phrases like "New Ish!", "Exclusive!", and so on. As a result, it's hard to get into otherwise dope cuts like Prodigy's Alchemist-produced "Keep It Thoro" and OutKast, Killer Mike and Slimm Calhoun's "Funkenella". The same story goes for Memphis Bleek's "My Mind Right" where Bleek disses Nas: "'Your life's written'/Who are you supposed to be?/Play your position" (by the way, who is Bleek to diss anyone?).

Another great song is ruined by Clue's rants, called "Best of Me (remix)" by Mya featuring Jay-Z. While the beat supplied by Trackmasters is outdated, Jay-Z spits fire: "Saying you got a man/Okay, ma, AND??/That's high school, making me chasing you 'round for months/Have an affair, act like an adult for once." Also, if you're listening to a track where you don't know what the name is or who's performing, don't worry because Clue will tell you (for example, "New Beanie Sigel!" "'In the Club'!!").

I guess it doesn't matter that much because most of the tracks on here are average (especially the Lox track). But it would have been less disappointing if they included the second verse to Jay-Z's unreleased "People's Court". There's really no point to this album anyway because it's a soundtrack to a movie about a concert tour, so my advice is to skip it. -EJR

5-0 out of 5 stars WHO DID YOU EXPECT?
people who know who DJ Clue is should have this in their possession,'cause this ain't something to miss out on.The c.d just as good as the movie.Tracks like "Keep It Thoro" (Prodigy),is tight especially since he went the whole song without a chorus.Capone&Noreaga put it down on "Don't Want Beef".The Lox's "Who Did You Expect" was one of the (if not the best)tightest songs on the c.d.Beanie Sigel's "In The Club" should've been a big-time radio hit.Just because it's called "In The Club" don't mean it had to stay in the club. "Millionaire" (Hot Boys and Big Tymers) was tight even with the fact that Turk was missing from the song.Fabolous' "Gotta Be Thug" is a tight and reconizable song (track 16 on GHETTO FABOLOUS).Memphis Bleek threw in his own skill a few times on here."My Mind Right" is a anywhere track.It's a track for cars,clubs,parties,house...anywhere you name."Crime Life" with Lil Cease and Ja Rule is somethin' made just for the streets.But don't be surprised if all anybody remembers is the Jiggaman himself.Yeah,I mean Jay-Z.Sure it was a lot of great songs on here,but when it all comes down to it,to some people,all it is,all it was,and all it will be about is Young Hova."People's Court","Best of Me (remix)" and "Road Dawgs" all have Jay on them so if someone you know has this don't be surprised if they push repeat for any of the songs. ... Read more

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Swordfish
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (05 June, 2001)
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A self-confessed movieholic who often spends afternoons before sets in movie theaters the world over, international DJ-celebrity Paul Oakenfold has gone about capturing the sinister, malevolent mood of Dominic Sena's action-crime thriller with careful attention to both art and audience. His weave of cuts such as the Dope Smugglaz' dark and tense "The Word (PMTRemix)," Lemon Jelly's sunrise chill-out "Kneel Before Your God," and his own retro-electro collaboration with Afrika Bambaataa and the Soul Sonic Force, "Planet Rock (Swordfish Mix)," is smart and evocative, a glistening picture of L.A.'s high-tech underbelly in 2001. Indeed, it's hard not to hear beautiful, wealthy people at gorgeous raves in bathroom stalls somewhere off the Sunset Strip as Oakenfold segues the sleazy "Stanley's Tune" into the neon techno of "Password."

Headphones could well be the way to go on initial spins, simply becauseOakenfold's mix is spiced with the sort of celluloid nuances and attentions that are big enough to make this different from, say, Perfecto Presents Another World, but smooth enough to be enjoyable once properly processed. It's stealthy, imaginative, and more varied than a single listen might suggest. --Steffan Chirazi ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars His Best
Oakenfold may be a little overrated, but this along with Another World, Travelling, and his remix of When the World Ends from Dave Matthews Band on the Matrix 2 soundtrack are amazing stuff.That's the only Oakenfold to really get.Everything else he just let his ego carry.Which I don't blame the guy.If I was called the best DJ in the world, I would want to take it easy sometimes too.This album is evidence of why he's the best.Most of his albums don't give him justice.

4-0 out of 5 stars AIGHT
This is a aight cd I don't listen to it much but if you are a fan of Oakenfold I think you should own it. It has some good tracks , don't think that you would listen to it as much as his other works but I still like it for some of the tracks on it.
Pretty Good!

5-0 out of 5 stars One word... wow
I was relatively new to Paul Oakenfold, but becomming a rabid fan, when I picked up this soundtrack, interested more in what appeared to be an interesting movie rather than the soundtrack, which still lookd interesting all the same.Imagine my surprise when I saw that Oakenfold had created this himself.Imagine my greater surprise when I plugged the album in and found myself jamming to such tracks as Jan Johnston's "Unafraid", "Stanley's Theme", and Dope Smugglaz' "The Word".

For a movie soundtrack, this album was just pure dynamite. No two ways about it.Oakenfold demonstrates why he is one of the best in the business today--seamlessly mixing tracks and bringing in music that does the movie more than justice.With Jan Johnston's seductive voice on "Unafraid", the Patient Saints interesting beats and lyrics in "On Your Mind", as well as the several movie quotes intersperced through the soundtrack, it becomes plain to see... or, rather, hear... that this is no ordinary soundtrack filled with lovely classical musical score meant to be played when you have nothing better to listen to (no offense to movie scores, mind you).

Oakenfold's album is a hit from start to finish--from Gabriel's first words to the last words of Planet Perfecto--and one worthy of listening to over and over.This is a classic that one should not refuse in adding to any musical collection, even if electronica is not necessarily your style. ... Read more

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What's the Worst That Could Happen?
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (29 May, 2001)
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4-0 out of 5 stars what's up
It's funny how people who don't see the movie have an opinion about it. I thought the movie was hilarius(yes I saw it)and the soudtrack was just as good. But for those of you who haven't ssen it, don't knock until you have done so.

3-0 out of 5 stars Just like muuuuussic!!!
I never saw the movie, but from what I have heard, I didn't miss a damn thing!When I first heard Erick Sermon's "Music" with Marvin Gaye's sweet falsetto in the back, and I HAD to go snatch this album up.I have to admit I am biased {I love me some Marvin.}I have listened to the other tracks as well, but they all pale in comparison to the Green Eyed Bandit aka Erick Sermon and Marvin on "Music."

4-0 out of 5 stars I agree with 'music fan'
You right man, I'm not even from VA I'm up in Ohio and Jo Doja is the joint! He's definitely the hottest one on this CD. Whatever Jo Wants is my jam! If Doja can keep puttin' em out like that, he needs to put out his own cd. Dang! ... Read more

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Exit Wounds (2001 Film)
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (20 March, 2001)
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There's no shortage of anger on Exit Wounds. Even when the backdrop suggests a lazy dance-out, the war of the words comes screeching forth. Outsiderz 4 Life lay down a placid rhythm track and then expletives fly. Lady Luck featuring Redman quote the Beastie Boys' "Hey Ladies" and turn it on its head with a 150-mile-per-hour rap. The album's real star, however, is obviously Yonkers-bred DMX, who leads off the album with an attack on Bill Withers's "Ain't No Sunshine" with expected ferocity and is featured with Big Stan on the Casio-keyboard-stuttering drive of "Walk with Me." Previous DMX collaborators the Lox shade things ominously for the noir-ish "Bust Your Gun." Queensbridge housing project's finest Nas keeps it raw with the appropriately titled "Gangsta Tears." Only Playa, hidden deep in the middle--sandwiched between Mack 10 and the truly beat-spastic Drag On--offer a conciliatory track with the romantically tinged "Incense Burning." It's so out of place, the effect is comical. How did these smoothies sneak past these gangstas, huh? --Rob O'Connor ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars a good soundtrack
This soundtrack is a good one.It features a few R&B songs that aren't great but it has some good rap songs from some big artists and some that aren't well known as well.It features a wide range of guests but is definitely worth getting.

#1 - 8.5 - (DMX)
#2 - 9 - (Ja Rule & Black Child)
#3 - 8.5 - (Nas)
#4 - 7 - (Trick Daddy f/ Trina )
#5 - 5 - (Sincere f/ Timbaland)
#6 - 5 - (Ideal)
#7 - 6 - (Three 6 Mafia f/ Project Pat)
#8 - 9 - (Big Stan & DMX)
#9 - 7 - (Memphis Bleek)
#10 - 9 - (Styles & Sheek (of the LOX))
#11 - 7 - (Mack 10, Turk, Lil Wayne)
#12 - 4 - (Playa)
#13 - 7 - (Drag-On f/ Aja)
#14 - 7 - (Outsiderz)
#15 - 7 - (Lady Luck f/ Redman)
#16 - 9 - (Caviar f/ WC)
#17 - 9.5 - (16 yr. old Iceberg)

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3-0 out of 5 stars Exit Wounds Soundtrack
In the realm of Soundtracks "Exit Wounds" is nice. Appearances come form DMX, Nas,Ideal, Playa, The Lox, Dragon, Mack 10, WC, Caviar,Redman, Lady Luck, Memphis Bleek, Trick Daddy, Trina, Ja Rule, Blackchild, Timbaland,Big Stan,Aja,Sincere, Outsidaz, Iceberg, and Three 6 Mafia. Executive Produced by B & J Hankerson, with track production coming from: JV, Teflon, Irv Gotti, DJ Paul, Juicy J, Caviar, Beat Ballers, Mr. Fingerz and Overdose.Have to admit the first track off "Exit Wounds" is what sold the album for me, DMX's lead single "Aint No Sunshine" one of my alltime favourite X tracks love it. Nas drops "Gangsta Tears" and this is a another ill track. X drops in to lay some words of wisdom on Big Stan's "Walk with Me", and up and coming rapper Iceberg (signed to Xs bloodline records)closes off album with "Dog 4 Life" another nice banger. Ideal and Playa drop "It's On Me" and "Incense Burning" decent R&B tracks. Whats cool about this album is it has alot of different appearances from rappers from East Coast, West Coast, Dirty South, combined with urban soul music. Still there are a quite a large amount of skippable tracks, the good tracks made it worth enough for me to get though.

5-0 out of 5 stars keep it real...
This is a dope soundtrack mixed with all types of music to hit the mass. Being a producer on the soundtrack might make me a little biased, but it's a tight album. I like the whole album, but the ones that stand out in my mind are Nas, Trick Daddy, Timbaland, and Mack 10...I'm a soulful person so I like tracks that take you there. The hip hop is there...but the ghetto trax are the one's...so if u like it hot, you gotta get this 1.
check out #1,2,3,4,5,11, and the rest is cool 2... ... Read more

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American Pie: Music From The Motion Picture
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (29 June, 1999)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Where is Harvey Danger?
The movie is a classic but the soundtrack is less memorable, partly because the catchiest tune in the movie isn't on the soundtrack: Harvey Danger's "Flagpole Sitta" ("Been around the world and found that only stupid people are breeding"). Save your money and buy something you'll play more than once.

4-0 out of 5 stars Strip scene
In the scene where Jim strips for Nadia, the song playing on the radio is not "Sandstorm" by Darude. It is actually written by Brian Transeau, better known as BT. Sometimes it will appear under BT's name, other times it might say performed by Anomaly, and the song is called "Calling your name".

5-0 out of 5 stars song title when jim strips
the song when jim strips is called "sandstorm" by darude. ... Read more

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Road Trip: Music From The Motion Picture (2000 Film)
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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The soundtrack to Road Trip veers away from the contemporary practice of hiring third-string alternative bands to cover classic rock tunes. That fact alone gives this entertaining collection a leg up on its filler-happy brethren. Road Trip--a cross-country, hormone-heavy romp featuring Canada's favorite headcase, Tom Green--boasts cuts from the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Kid Rock (featuring Uncle Kracker), Buckcherry, and even Minnie Riperton. The underrated "Voodoo Lady" by Ween gets a second chance, as do Run DMC's "It's Tricky" and Twisted Sister's "I Wanna Rock," which sounds awfully quaint several years after frontman Dee Snider's ugly mug scared a nation. The shifting gears--from rock to rap to pop to soul--make this vehicle work as both a film soundtrack and a great disc for a road trip of your own. --Jason Josephes ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars fromaphotograph, you are an idiot
the eels song "mr e's beautiful blues"on this soundtrack is the exact same song as the one entitled "mr e's beautiful blues" on daisies of the galaxy. i dont know what you are on. and by the way mr. e's beautiful blues on daisies of the galaxy is an extra track, not listed on the back of the CD. that might be part of your problem.
i give this soundtrack 5 stars solely on the merits of the eels contribution.

4-0 out of 5 stars The KGB Rocks!
I haven't heard the soundtrack yet, but i do know that it contains fortune and fame from the The K.G.B. and everyone should buy the soundtrack just to hear that song! and then find both of The K.G.B. cds (on ebay.com or half.com) or anywhere else you can find- you'll love it!

GO K.G.B. !!!!!!!!!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars i think there's been a mix up
the first song on this album is by a group known as Eels.now, the song that corresponds with the group is called "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues".BUT on the Eels album, Daisies of the Galaxy, there is a song that goes by the same name, "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues", and yet the two songs are completely different.did somebody screw up and just pick a random title from the eels archives and hope nobody noticed or what?am i missing something here?if anyone has a clue, help me out. ... Read more

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Malcolm In the Middle (2000 TV Series)
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (06 February, 2001)
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The soundtrack album of the popular TV show Malcolm in the Middle kicks out a few tires and windows as it replicates the boundless, smart-assed enthusiasm of youth. They Might Be Giants wrote an entire song ("Boss of Me") around the show's theme music, and it's the duo's spastic energy that sets the tone. The addition of bands with proven laugh tracks, such as Barenaked Ladies and Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies (who attack Dr. John's '70s hit "Right Place, Wrong Time" with punk-funk smarts), keeps things flowing as expected. But the surprises are what's interesting. Reeling from their David Letterman endorsed "Who Let the Dogs Out," the Baha Men provide the subtler, melodic "You All Dat" (radio mix), which won't be chanted in stadiums worldwide, but is a catchy tune nonetheless. Sneaking Hanson onto a soundtrack filled with promising acts like Travis, Eagle-Eye Cherry, and Stroke 9 might seem like a breach of protocol, but isn't being sneaky and deceitful part of the show's charm in the first place?--Rob O'Connor ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent show, excellent album
This is a good album to have especially for background music while you're working.There are no tracks on here that are destined to be remembered as classics but that doesn't mean they're not good.

Of course Boss of Me by They Might Be Giants which is the song heard at the start and end credits of each episode is on here.I just Don't Care by The Dust Brothers is a nice remix of quotes from all the family during the earlier episodes set to a nice beat.The voices of the boys are different to current episodes of course.

There's just lots of tracks which aren't anything special so weren't successful obviously on their own but are nice to have playing in the background such as Cotton Eye Joe by Rednex which brings back memories of country dancing that for some reason we were forced to do in school.

There's no big names on this album in fact I hadn't heard of most of them before I listened to this but it is worth purchasing especially if you're a fan of the funniest show on television at the moment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Malcolm music
This is one of my favorite CD's. MOst CD's you only like 2 or 3 songs but on this i like all but 2. Also the theme song on the show is shortened and so it's cool to hear all of the song. Most of the songs are really good and some are even really funny. The last song (I just don't care) has lines from the show put to music. The first time my friend and i heard it we couldn't stop laughing. There are a lot of really cool songs on this CD and i would redomend this to most people over 10.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hurrah!
I owe everything to MitM. It introduced me to They Might Be Giants! I hafta say, this CD is great for ANYONE who likes rock music and ANYONE who likes the show. The tunes really capture the essence of what Malcolm In The Middle is all about: being a kid and loving it! I'm not really keen on 'We Are Monkeys' despite previously being a pretty casual fan of Travis and I think that perhaps 'I've Seen Better Days' by Citizen King would have been a really good song to put on, plus it was used in the pilot episode.

All in all, most of the songs are brilliant (Boss Of Me, Washin' + Wonderin', Bizarro) but some do get a bit tiresome after a while. It is a great CD and I definitely would recommend it, but you certainly have to be into rock to enjoy it. ... Read more

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Music From the Motion Picture Josie And The Pussycats
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (27 March, 2001)
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With the likes of Fountains of Wayne's Adam Schlesinger, former Letters to Cleo singer Kay Hanley, and Matthew Sweet on board, the soundtrack album for the live-action update of the beloved Archie Comics spinoff boasts some of the best rock & roll made for a Hollywood flick since Schlesinger wrote That Thing You Do's title tune. Fast, guitars-cranked power pop with Hanley's voice-of-Josie supplying the songs' sassy attitude, the music puts across a sisterly stance that fans of the Donnas and the Go-Go's will recognize. Program out the two frighteningly realistic boy-group pastiches by the fictional DuJour and maybe the Pussycats' sole draggy moment (Couldn't the producers at least have sped up the lame love ballad "You Don't See Me"?) and this is one feisty howl of a CD. Hope for a volume 2. --Rickey Wright ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Its cool its great but can be kinda be dissapointing
I bought this and thought it be great i had only listened to little clips of the songs on the web so i had no clue how boring this cd could get!!! Overall the songs are hot at first but by the 2nd time youll hear them you get so po'd and are like i just wasted 14.00 so IN MY OPION you should moderate your listening to the songs.I love love Kay Hanely's amazing vocals . So its an kinda o.k. cd but if your looking for a great cd its not this one!!!! xx taytay

4-0 out of 5 stars PRETTY GOOD
the songs that tend to get annoying are
*Around The World
*Backdoor Lover
*Money (that's what I want)

Other than that the cd is great if you like the song *3Small Words- You will love most of the cd and you probably won't get tired of it because I purchased it my sophmore year of highschool...I was 16 and am now 19 yrs old and still enjoy it.. so all in all this cd is really enjoyable, other than the songs I mentioned.This is definantly a worthy purchase and I think it can appeal to someone a little older than pre teen as well as the pre teen group.The melodies found on most of the songs are definantly catchy enough to want to listen to.Don't hesitate on purchasing this soundtrack it's great.

3-0 out of 5 stars a secret supergroup
As other reviews have indicated, the credits on this album are sketchy, most likely to both generate press within credible music circles and uphold the mythology of some actual Pussycats.Be that as it may, though, Kay Hanley is exactly the right person for the vocals, lending her always edgy/sweet voice to Matthew Sweet's guitars.As a lifelong Fountains of Wayne fan, my favorite track is "Pretend to Be Nice," Schlesinger's singular writing credit on the album.The covers fall flat, and the Du Jour songs are funny the first time ("Just because I like the back door, well that doesn't make me-- heeeey!"), but you'll soon find yourself skipping them.Not without its faults, this album does nonetheless showcase several great artists on some good songs. ... Read more

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2Gether
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (15 February, 2000)
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An interrogation into just how ephemeral the ephemeral can be, 2Gether is the soundtrack album of MTV's boy-group parody movie. We're to believe that quintet 2Gether has risen from the ashes of Whoa! (apparently best known for "Rub One Out," included here). Barely straight-faced and musically not bad, 2Gether numbers such as "U + Me = Us (Calculus)" and "Say It (Don't Spray It)" are good for a passing chuckle and little more. Underscoring the CD's flimsiness is its length of 37 minutes, including a remix of "Calculus" and a karoake track for "Rub One Out." Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync fans will go for this one at their own risk. --Rickey Wright ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I LUV 2GETHER!
I ADORE THE ACTORS WHO PORTRAY THIS ADORABLE "BOY BAND", ESPECIALLY NOAH BASTAIN. IF YOU HAVEN'T HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE MOVIE, I HIGHLY RECCOMEND IT. IT'S GOT A "BUTT LOAD" OF LAUGHS, AND YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE AT THE SAME TIME. THE SONGS ARE REALLY KOOL 2!

4-0 out of 5 stars As a parody, it's great!
OK, for the people who don't understand (though a lot of you do), the album is a spoof on boy bands.So if the songs aren't phenomenal musically...well, the point is not to make great music.If I was rating this CD on its impact on the music culture and its ability to win grammys, I'd give it one star.Cuz it isn't meant to do that.It isn't meant to be high-quality, classic music.It's supposed to be entertaining and funny, at which it succeedes.Anyone who at one point in time was a teenybopper (oh, and I was a big one) can understand the humor behind these jokes, unless you are kinda crazy obsessive.And people who didn't like them will enjoy having something that they've always thought put into a tangible form (though they'd probably enjoy the movie more, since the music itself is very similar to boy band music, the lyrics are the real difference).On the same note, the people who are grading this and saying, "What a great song! They have great voices!" you guys are also kind of missing the point.In fact, it is really interesting to see how pervasive boy bands are into our culture, in that something spoofing them ends up being popular with the TRL crowd as well.It must be a darn good spoof if it rings so true to life that the teenyboppers start cheering for the spoofers as well as the spoofees.
So I guess my point is- guys, it's a spoof.A joke.A parody.to the people who think the quality of the music sucks, take it for what it is.For the people who think the music is great and the band is oh-my-god so hot, again take the CD for what it is.It is a funny, light-hearted take on a po-culture phenomenon.I always keep it in my car, because it can brighten my day in an instant by making me smile.And despite it's cheesiness, that's worth something, no?

5-0 out of 5 stars TWO GETHERTHEY MAKE GREAT MUSICS
THIS SOUNDTRACK BY 2GETHER IS A FIVE STAR JAM AND GREAT TO LISTEN TO. THEIR SECOND ALBUM *2GETHER AGAIN* IS GREAT TOO. THEY SOUND LIKE SOMEWHAT LIKE NSYNC. JAMMING ... Read more

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Baby Boy
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (19 June, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome soul and hip-hop!
This is an awesome soundtrack. JUST A BABY BOY performed by the film's stars Tyrese Gibson and Snoop Dogg is really awesome. The interludes(dialogue excerpts) are also awesome despite the profanity. If you're an R&B and/or hip-hop fan,this album's for you. I'd recommend that you'd see the film first. But then,it's OK if you don't. Many people who own this album have seen the film. Great album!

2-0 out of 5 stars 2 stars for the 2 songs i liked on the booty cd
...there are only 2 good songs on it to me and thats:baby momma & just a baby boy other than that blah...

4-0 out of 5 stars Hip Hop Happening!!!!
I love this soundtrack!! 'Just A Baby Boy' is another brilliant tune from Snoop Dogg!! The film is great too!! (girls you'll love Tyrese- He is FINE!!! ... Read more

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