Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A Night At The Roxbury: Music From The Motion Picture
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
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jshippo2001 | California | 03/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I was shopping for CDs a few nights ago and this one caught my eye. I have no clue why I didn't buy it when it first came out! This CD is a collection of some of the biggest dance anthems ever.1) Haddaway "What Is Love" - Some people bought the CD for this one song. This is the song that originally made the Roxbury guys famous (Or maybe the other way around). You cannot go wrong!2) Bamboo "Bamboogie" - This is actually a KC & The Sunshine Band song that was reworked and renamed. It actually sounds pretty good, and fits the album well.3) Robi Rob's Club World "Make That Money" - The first time you listen to this, you'll say "What the heck?" It grows on you really fast though, and it's actually one of my faves on the CD.4) Cyndi Lauper "Disco Inferno" - Although you would think this would sound out of place, it doesn't. The mixing on this song sounds great, and it's a perfect re-current song to add.5) N-Trance "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" - This is the ultimate low point of the album. This song is horrible. But you can always skip it! :)6) 3rd Party "Pop Musik" - I don't really have an opinion one way or another on this song. 7) Faithless "Insomnia" - Same as Pop Musik.8) La Bouche "Be My Lover" - One of the best dance songs ever! This was a great choice for the album, and you'll keep it on repeat for awhile!9) Amber "This Is Your Night" - This is my favorite song on the album. I love Amber because all of her songs sound so different yet follow the same genre. This song is no exception. You'll find yourself repeating this one too!10) Ace Of Base "Beautiful Life" - Yet another club classic! This, in my opinion, is Ace Of Base's best song and it's great they included this. This song is a sure way to get your party started.11) No Mercy "Where Do You Go" - I love this song as well. It gets annoying after awhile, but the first few times you play it you'll love it. 12) Jocelyn Enriquez "A Little Bit Of Ecstacy" - Another major highlight of the CD. The song sounds kind of weird on this CD, but it is still a great song to dance to.13) Haddaway "What Is Love (Remix)" - Even though this is a remix, I don't feel it should have been included twice. However the remix is still really good.14) Tamia "Careless Whisper" - Tamia has a lot of talent, but I feel this song shouldn't have been included because it doesn't sound right. It is an awesome song though, and would have done well as a single."
Song not featured on album
Hendrix Bentley | 03/26/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you want to know what that dance song is thats playing while the brothers are arguing in traffic its called "nightmare" and is by Brain Bug. i know alot of poeple who wanted the soundtrack specifically for that song and were bummed to find out it was'nt on there."
A great Movie Soundtrack
Petar Vodogaz | Sydney, NSW Australia | 02/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I thoroughly enjoyed the movie and knew I needed to purchase the accompanying motion picture soundtrack that features 14 great songs, 11 being on the movie and 3 remixes and additions. 'A Night At The Roxbury' is a great movie with a comedic twist. But there is no comedy attached to this massive soundtrack. The feature of the movie was "What is Love" which was the 7" Mix by Haddaway. The song is one of the strongest suits on this album. You have the well know favourites in this album like 'Bamboogie', 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy', 'Be My Lover'. The well known singers La Bouche and Amber which made the techno scene rock in the 90's are featured with quality styled songs.
The last song on this album is the slowest song on the album but a real gorgeous song to listen to; Tamia's 'Careless Whisper'. If you were a fan of the movie, you will by far and away enjoy the soundtrack. So buy the album and add it to your collection. You won't be disappointed. I wasn't."