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Mallrats (1995 Film)
Genres: Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
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Daniel J. Hamlow | Narita, Japan | 11/12/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"OK, Lunchbox, here's the plan. I review this soundtrack, and then we go for some fatties. Got it? Snoogins!Like the Clerks soundtrack, the song selection is a playground of alternative music with punk. The title song by Wax and the guitar heavy "Guilty" by punk group All are the standout cuts. "Build Me Up Buttercup" by the Goops is the frantically upbeat cut played where Rene and Brody make out in the elevator.The previously-released songs help enhance the soundtrack. "Line Up" by Elastica and the denunciatory anti-conformist theme song "Social" by Squirtgun. My quibble with the latter's placement as the 21st song in sequence is that it was played during the opening credits and is a way better choice than Bush's "Bubbles."And that's another thing. Where the song order in Clerks was closer to the order of their appearance, it seems that whoever distributed the soundtrack put the song names in a hat and pulled whatever came first. As Kevin Smith is one of the producers of this soundtrack, maybe it'd be a good idea to ask his Royal Snootchie-Bootchiness"Broken" by Belly is their last stab at greatness, and rivals "Now They'll Sleep" from King.The dialogue inclusions aren't as effective as they were in the Clerks Soundtrack. However, the ones with Jason Mewes are the best, as he is one of the more engaging characters in the movie. Also the one where Brody is talking about what his cousin Walter did aboard an airplane ready to crash. Those who have seen the movie know what he said.Not a classic soundtrack like Clerks, but at least the atmosphere and attitude are perfect in keeping in line with the movie. OK, that's it. Nugga nugga nooch!"
Bickety bam this soundtrack is loaded
Daniel J. Hamlow | 09/09/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"So many soundtracks include two or three blockbuster sounds from the artistes recent albums. Not Mallrats the music is awesome and the songs can only be found on singles at the most. Pick this album up and make Amazon happy!!"
Snoochie Bootchie !!!!
Jason E. Hunter | Naperville, IL United States | 02/02/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you a hardcore fan of Kevin Smith films then you'll appreciate this, otherwise..... likely not for you"