Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
One would expect something over-the-top from South Park cocreator Trey Parker, and the movie Orgazmo does little to disappoint. Simply, Orgazmo's story line focuses on the trials and tribulations of missionary-turned-porn-... more »
One would expect something over-the-top from South Park cocreator Trey Parker, and the movie Orgazmo does little to disappoint. Simply, Orgazmo's story line focuses on the trials and tribulations of missionary-turned-porn-star Joe Young. This soundtrack sets a fairly high musical standard without ever taking itself too seriously. Cogasm featuring the infamous Robert Smith opens the disc with "A Sign from God," Smith's first non-Cure tune in 15 years. The collection incorporates some energetic hip-hop into the mix with artists like KRS-One and the Wu-Tang Clan. There's also plenty of first-class electronica featured here, including the Crystal Method, DJ Swamp, Atari Teenage Riot, and the Dust Brothers. With Smash Mouth singing "Sorry About Your Penis" and Wreckx-n-Effect performing "Rumpshaker," this disc is both outrageous and entertaining. --Mitch Myers
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