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Clubland: Music From The Motion Picture
Genres: Pop, Soundtracks
The hit of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, "Clubland" is a funny and touching story that will make you laugh, cry and run home to hug your family. Starring Academy Award nominee Brenda Blethyn in a magnificent performance... more »
The hit of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, "Clubland" is a funny and touching story that will make you laugh, cry and run home to hug your family. Starring Academy Award nominee Brenda Blethyn in a magnificent performance, rising stars Emma Booth, Khan Chittenden and Richard Wilson, and Australian screen favorites Rebecca Gibney and Frankie J. Holden. The soundtrack features tracks by artists such as Bo Diddley, Janis Joplin, Patsy Cline, Joe Tex, Karma County, Little Richard and unique cover versions of songs such as "Nutbush City Limits" by the cast.
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Mork | Mexico | 02/10/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Acabo de ver la pelicula el dia de ayer (siendo honestos ni siquiera sabía que existía), pero llama la atención el Soundtrack ya que tiene mezclados generos de diversas corrientes musicales, con agrupaciones que dificilmente podremos escuchar en la radio comercial. Si te sobra algo de lana y quieres escuchar musica agradable -principalmente en un termino muy general: Rock, creo que este CD es una buena alternativa para tus oidos. Saludos desde Zapopan. Mork"
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Elderbear | Loma Linda, Aztlan | 01/09/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"From the grungiest house to the most sublime vocals over bongos, this CD vibes, boogies, dances & trip hops through sounds I can usually only find after midnight on a college station. From the organ work in John Oszajca's "Bi-Sexual Chick" to the classic guitar over synthesizers in 200,000 (in counterfeit fifty dollar bills) by Citizen Cope, this CD presents an amazing range of sounds. Lucie Gamelon's haunting voice makes "Good Advice." Crustation's "Purple" sublimely trip hops into the grey zone of the subconscious.If your idea of a great blend of sounds is The Greatest Hits of the 70's, then perhaps this isn't the CD for you. But if you like innovative music, sounds that pull out their roots and twist them into something new, consider this as you wonder "where have all the rock n roll heros gone?" (Jimmy Tuckett, "Not Me")"