Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Charmed: The Final Chapter
Genres: Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
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Stephanie T. from MONTICELLO, KY
Reviewed on 8/26/2010...
I'm a big Charmed fan and bought this back in the Spring to complete my collection of the 3 Charmed CDs.
I was very disappointed.
This CD is the worst out of the 3 in my opinion.
The only songs on the CD that deserve any mention are Name of the Game and the Tears of the Moon.
While I intend on keeping the CD for memorabilia purposes,I believe that it will be a long time before I listen to it again.
I couldn't recommend the CD to anyone except other Charmed fans who want it because its merchandise from the show.
Buffy | 07/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You wouldn't necessarily expect a "Charmed" soundtrack to be so good, but it is! I'm a fan of the show, not a huge fan, but I think anyone who watches "Charmed" probably also likes the music on the show. Not every song on this soundtrack has been featured in an episode (to my recollection, anyway), but they've all got that contemporary pop/rock girl power sound like the music often featured on the show. The best tracks are those by Liz Phair, Collective Soul, Sarah McLachlan, Chantal Kreviazuk, Natalie Imbruglia, Beth Orton and Eddie Reader. "Bell, Book & Candle" was the song that played during Prue's funeral. I had always wondered what song that was (it's a little haunting and sad), so I'm glad they included it on the soundtrack. The Collective Soul song is particularly good and in parts is a very beautiful song. If you're a fan of the show, if you liked the previous soundtracks or if you just like this genre of music in general, I would highly recommend this soundtrack."
The Final Chapter
Karl G | Singapore | 08/10/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"One of the better soundtracks in the market now, Charmed: The Final Chapter features more little-known artistes than well-known ones. Most of the songs were featured in the show itself, and if you are thinking this album to be very rockish, or very angsty, or very New-Age, or pop, you are half-right.
This album combines a lot of elements of different genres to produce a new album that is strong and makes a statement. 'Pinch Me' and 'Bell, Book and Candle' are some of the more memorable tracks, but do not forget that other hits from Sarah McLachlan also prove to be worth the time.
'Superfabulous' would be a new hit that you would not expect, but will like it tremendously. Overall the songs in the album bring out the essence of the show Charmed, and even if you are not a fan, listening to the music will just brighten up your day and soften your mood. Good music for the final season of Charmed."