Juno - Soundtrack Reviews
Description:Genre: Soundtrack / Artist: Various Artists / Soundtrack / Audio CD released 2008-01-28 at Warner / Disc #1 ... more
Juno - Soundtrack ... Tracklisting
1 All I Want Is You – Barry Louis Polisar
2 My Rollercoaster - Kimya Dawson
3 A Well Respected Man – The Kinks
4 Dearest – Buddy Holly
5 Up The Spout – Mateo Messina
6 Tire Swing – Kimya Dawson
7 Piazza, New York Catcher – Belle & Sebastian
8 Loose Lips – Kimya Dawson
9 Superstar – Sonic Youth
10 Sleep (Instrumental) – Kimya Dawson
11 Expectations – Belle & Sebastian
12 All The Young Dudes – Mott The Hoople
13 So Nice So Smart – Kimya Dawson
14 Sea Of Love – Cat Power
15 Tree Hugger – Kimya Dawson and Antsy Pants
16 I’m Sticking With You – Velvet Underground
17 Anyone Else But You – The Moldy Peaches
18 Vampire – Antsy Pants
19 Anyone Else But You – Michael Cera and Ellen Page
Newest Review: ... this soundtrack are so catchy that you will find yourself humming them for days - it is a brilliant sing along album. This is ... more
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Pages: 64, Paperback, Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
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Customer Juno - Soundtrack Reviews (4)
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
When I watched the film Juno one of the things I loved most about it was the soundtrack. The songs included were the perfect compliment to the story. The sound track and the songs included are as quirky and innocent as the film. The songs of Kimya Dawson are the main influence throughout the album and she features as both a solo artist and with her bands Antsy Pants and The Mouldy Peaches. Juno director Jason Reitman asked Ellen Page (Juno) what kind of music Juno would listen and she introduced him to The Mouldy Peaches. The soundtrack is Junos personality set to music. This is a wonderful soundtrack. The whole CD s contains mostly folky lo-fi ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/08, updated on 19/08/08 (Very useful, 55 readings)
First of all, I would like to say that anyone who hasn't watched the film "Juno" (or was not a previous fan of Kimya Dawson) will probably be a little lost in this sound track - there are a couple of classics on the album - like "Well Respected Man" by the Kinks - but many of the songs are 'off the beaten track'. However, I am a self confessed addict of this album. The few classics that are on the album are perfect. I'm not going to pretend to be a Buddy Holly expert, but the song "Dearest" on the album is really beautiful, and his vocals sound amazing and fit perfectly with the rest of the track. There's also "Well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
When I watched what is admittedly a brilliant film recently (juno) the music that was played during the film struck a chord with me as normally I do not really notice what is being played, but the soudntrack for Juno is great! It si on heavy rotation on my ipod. I wont list the tracks here (an easy way to accumulate words) but rather I will try to give an overall feel for the album. I think the soundtrack fits the film perfectly as it shows the difficult transition from child to adult in the songs. This feeling may have something to do with the creaky, ultra lo-fi acoustic songs by the Moldy Peaches. Anyone Else But You is the album highlight for me and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/08 (Useful, 33 readings)
1 All I Want Is You by Barry Louis Polisar 2 My Rollercoaster (Juno Film Version) by Kimya Dawson 3 A Well Respected Man by The Kinks 4 Dearest by Buddy Holly 5 Up The Spout by Mateo Messina 6 Tire Swing by Kimya Dawson 7 Piazza, New York Catcher by Belle & Sebastian 8 Loose Lips by Kimya Dawson 9 Superstar by Sonic Youth 10 Sleep (Instrumental) by Kimya Dawson 11 Expectations (Remastered Version) by Belle & Sebastian 12 All The Young Dudes by Mott The Hoople 13 So Nice So Smart by Kimya Dawson 14 Sea Of Love (Remastered Version) by Cat Power 15 Tree Hugger by ... Read the complete review
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