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Boogie Nights 2: More Music From The Original Motion Picture
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks, Classic Rock
In 1997, writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson boldly went where few other filmmakers have dared--America's multibillion-dollar pornography industry--and produced a clear-eyed portrait of '70s and '80s American cultural ... more »
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In 1997, writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson boldly went where few other filmmakers have dared--America's multibillion-dollar pornography industry--and produced a clear-eyed portrait of '70s and '80s American cultural mores as lived out by an extened family of adult filmmakers and stars. Given the period, Anderson had a wealth of fond, cheesy pop to choose from (hence Vol. 2). Aside from a few shop-worn cuts (Hot Chocolate's "You Sexy Thing," perhaps the most overexposed '70s hit of 1997), the remainder are notably fresh. The best: Sniff & the Tears' "Driver's Seat," Apollo 100's "Joy," and The Move's "Feel Too Good." --Jerry McCulley
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Ben Hough | Vanderbilt, Pa United States | 01/21/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Vol.2 of Boogie Nights takes you through the 70's into the 80's with a great selection of music from the movie. The music takes you through the life of Dirk Diggler through the ups and downs of his life. The only thing lacking is that several songs were left off the cd including the classic Fleetwood Mac song "Tusk" and Devo's "Jerkin Back And Forth" which are included on the DVD version of the film. However the music makes you feel you are in the film and with Dirk through his journey. A must for any fan of the motion picture."
naomiii | 04/01/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A great CD. My wife and I put this on and go back to 1979. We enjoy it more than BN1, although they are both good. Great movie, great cd. Buy it."
Put On Your "Boogie Shoes" With Dirk Diggler!
Sheila Chilcote-Collins | Collinswood, Van Wert, OH USA | 05/19/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"With Three Dog Night's warning song "Mama Told Me (Not to Come)", Elvin Bishop's regretful ballad, "Fooled Around and Fell in Love"
disco great, You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate and the FABULOUS, FUN Boogie Shoes by non other than KC & the Sunshine Band
Other highlights are "Do Your Thing" with Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, and "Driver's Seat" from one hit wonder Sniff 'n' the Tears.
Feel Too Good - The Move
Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield
J.P. Walk - Sound Experience
I Want to Be Free - The Ohio Players
Joy - Apollo 100 round out the CD.Great listening that will either take you back to the 70's or the "Boogie Nights" movie or possibly... BOTH!Happy Listening!"