The Masters Series: Rare Groove Reviews
Description:Genre: Compilation / Artist: Various / Audio CD released 2009-05-11 at Sony Music CMG / "Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Looking Up To You 2 LOVE IS THE WAY 3 Give Me Your Love 4 Heart's Desire 5 Revival 6 Say You Love Me Girl 7 Thighs High 8 Far Beyond 9 I'm Always ... more
The Masters Series: Rare Groove ... Far Beyond
9 I'm Always Dancin' To The Music
10 A Chance For Peace
11 Would You Believe In Me
12 Work To Do
13 ""Don't Tell Me, Tell Her""
14 Oops Here I Go Again
15 For The Love Of You"
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by JohnC1977 - written on 27/07/08 (Useful, 39 readings)
I still consider Jackie Brown to be the best film Quentin Tarantino has ever made (sorry fans of Pulp Fiction or Resevior Dogs but it's just my humble opinion) so it makes sense that it would also sport one of the best soundtracks ever produced for one of his films. It is a lot more subtle and downright funkier than soundtracks from his previous collection, starting off with the wonderful "Across 110th Street", which is the opening theme to the film and always brings the image of Jackie Brown walking through the airport to the forefront of my mind when I close my eyes listening to it. This is such a cool album - an uber cool album if I have to be honest, that I probably don't ...
Tomb Raider - SoundtrackGreat compilation! (301 words)
by dragon2323 - written on 22/10/03, updated on 22/10/03 (Useful, 31 readings)
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Tomb Raider - SoundtrackBOOM Raider (889 words)
by NikkiAFox - written on 06/08/01, updated on 07/08/01 (Very useful, 295 readings)
The soundtrack in my opinion was the only plus point of a very average movie - following in the well trod path of Matrix, Blade et al, of using frenetic dance tracks to boost the films action sequences. To this point the makers of the film managed to get some of the best known and well respected ambassadors of mainstream dance to lend their beats to the soundtrack. This in itself sets up certain expectations and fortunately for the most part these are not disappointed. To the tracks themselves, some of which people will already be familiar with even if you haven't had the pleasure (?) of seeing the film. Elevation (Tomb Raider Mix) - U2 -- reached number 3 ...
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