Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Charlie's Angel: Full Throttle/O.S.T.
Genres: Miscellaneous, Pop, Soundtracks
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Missing all the good stuff...
Jane Doe | california | 11/27/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I just watched the movie on FX and decided to check out the soundtrack online it definatly blows. There were atleast TWO songs on the movie by one of my favorite bands the Prodigy:
Dirtbiking scene: Breathe(Prodigy)...and another scene had another prodigy song (firestarter)
Neither songs were on the soundtrack. they also missed Irene Cara-What a feeling....
the list goes on, anyway, it stinks...so don't buy it.
This is the best soundtrack of the year so far
Robert G Yokoyama | Mililani, Hawaii | 07/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great soundtrack. All of these songs are excellent. Feel Good Time by Pink sounds pretty good. I like the nice beat of this song. A Girl Like You by Edwyn Collins is a very smooth song that I liked very much. Nickleback's version of Elton John's Saturday Night's All Right For Fighting sounds ok. It is a song that fits well in this movie about tough women though. Loverboy's Working For Weekend and Journey's Anyway You Want, and Bon Jovi's Livin On A Prayer are just awesome rock songs from the 80's. They brought back a lot of memories from my teenage years. I love the classic songs from the 70's included here especially Donna Summer's Last Dance and Andy Gibb's I Just Wanna Be Your Everything. These 2 songs came out in the disco era of the 1970's when the original Charlie's Angels TV series was on television. Natalie Cole's This Will Be An Everlasting Love is a just a great feel good song. David Bowie's classic song Rebel Rebel sounds great remastered. MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This is a very good dance song from the early 90's and a wonderful addition to this soundtrack. This is one of the best soundtracks of the year so far."
Why oh why?
Jane Doe | 11/04/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Songs on here aren't too bad.. but with great tracks from Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers throughout the movie, why the odd choice of tracks for the soundtrack?"