Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Various Artists, Green Car Hotel, Calexico|
Genres: Pop, Soundtracks
Tracklistings: — 1. Briefcase — 2. The Seed (2.0) — 3. Hands Of Time — 4. Guero Canelo — 5. Rollin' Crumblin' — 6. Max Steals Briefcase — 7. Destino de Abril — 8. Shadow On The Sun — 9. Island Limos — 10. Spanish Key — 11. Air — 12. R... more »
2. The Seed (2.0)
3. Hands Of Time
4. Guero Canelo
5. Rollin' Crumblin'
6. Max Steals Briefcase
7. Destino de Abril
8. Shadow On The Sun
9. Island Limos
10. Spanish Key
12. Ready Steady Go
13. Car Crash
14. Vincent Hops Train
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Lori H. from BARTLETT, IL
Reviewed on 5/7/2011...
I believe the music is in the same order as the movie and its wonderful! The music is lush in its diversity, picturesque indeed! I wish all movie soundtracks were this complete and well done. Great job!
Remember 'Miami Vice'?
Scott Goodwin | Norwalk, CT United States | 08/19/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This was a great soundtrack as it perfectly evokes the up-all-night feel of the movie. Its breadth of artists--Audioslave, Groove Armada and Miles Davis, for instance--all fit the mood in different ways. I used to work a job where I got off at 1 AM and would flip through the dials for different sounds on the way home. Same vibe here.
And when I heard a song called "Rollin' Crumblin" I couldn't help but think of the first time I saw the episode of Miami Vice with Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" (yeah, I'm that old).
Great movie; well-done soundtrack/score; a little skimpy with the tunes (at 52 minutes, could have gotten a few more good songs on here)."
Urban Landscaping in Sound
E. F. Williams | Charlottesville, VA United States | 08/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Just watched the movie last night; it's one of those joints where you remember the music as much as the cinematography. I haven't purchased it yet, but I think it may be in order. Actually, I already own some of the stuff, so I may just wait for iTunes to list it.
As an aside, I'm not sure who else might have noticed this, but as Max is giving Annie the initial cab ride, she asks him to turn up a song that's playing on the radio. He replies, "oh, you like the classics?" I couldn't help but chuckle, given that the song he was referring to was "Hands of Time" from Groove Armada's 2002 album, "Lovebox". A classic indeed!"