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Bridget Jones's Diary 2: More Music from the Motion Picture and Other V.G. Songs
Harry Gregson-Williams
Bridget Jones's Diary 2: More Music from the Motion Picture and Other V.G. Songs
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Soundtracks
 
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Import only 17 track collection to this popular film. Includes 4 tracks that appeared in the film that did not make it on the 1st volume, 'Me & Mrs. Jones' The Dramatics, 'Someone Like You' Van Morrison, 'Ain't No Moun...  more »

     
   
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All Artists: Harry Gregson-Williams
Title: Bridget Jones's Diary 2: More Music from the Motion Picture and Other V.G. Songs
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Polygram UK
Original Release Date: 11/19/2004
Re-Release Date: 7/12/2005
Album Type: Import, Soundtrack, Special Edition
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Soundtracks
Styles: Comedy & Spoken Word, Dance Pop, Motown, Soul, Quiet Storm
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731458659822

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Album Description
Import only 17 track collection to this popular film. Includes 4 tracks that appeared in the film that did not make it on the 1st volume, 'Me & Mrs. Jones' The Dramatics, 'Someone Like You' Van Morrison, 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' Diana Ross & 'Without You' Nilsson. Other tracks include, 'My Lovin' En Vogue, , 'Woman' Neneh Cherry, 'Do What You Got To Do' Nina Simone, 'Say What You Want' Texas, 'Don't Get Me Wrong' Pretenders, 'Out Of Reach (Acoustic) Gabrielle, 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow' The Shirelles, 'Let's Get It On' Marvin Gaye, 'Waterfalls' TLC, 'Angels' Robbie Williams, 'It Should've Been Me' Yvonne Fair, 'Oooh Baby' Smokey Robinson & 'I Don't Want To Talk About It' Dina Carroll. 2001.

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CD Reviews

The Best since the Forrest Gump Soundtrack
Melissa | Dallas Tx | 06/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was really thrilled when I received this from Amazon. I had seen it on there, not even knowing there was an other addition out there. This is so fantastic. The reason why I love it is because it's got a huge mix of music for each generation for music lovers to enjoy.
There's 20 songs which is totally worth buying. Some of my favorite songs on this album are: Someone Like You (Van Morrison), My Lovin' (You're Never Going to Get It) (En Vogue), Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Diana Ross), Out of Reach (My favorite song in this CD) by Gabrielle, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (The Shirelles), Waterfalls (TLC), and Robbie Williams Angels which I had the first time ever heard his beautiful voice. If you haven't seen Brigdet Jones your missing out but you don't need to see the movie to absoultely love this soundtrack. Even though a handful of these songs were not in the movie they fit the theme of Bridget Jones very nicely. So it's definately not only a must get for Bridget fans but also for music lovers."
Even better than the first one
I. Gutierrez | 07/05/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I should start off by saying that I like everything Bridget. However, I try not to let that cloud my judgment about things. That said, I have to recommen this cd to everyone out there. The first one was great and loaded with the more popular songs in the movie. This one goes a step further and includes a few more songs in the movie and a whole lot of songs that might somehow relate to the story or the character and are incredibly cool. Everything adds up and just meshes really well. It's come to the point where I don't listen to it with Bridget in mind, I just like it and it's a permanent fixture in my car's cd player. Looking for really cool music? You can go for this nice mixture of pop, soft rock, covers, and v. v. cool songs even Bridget would regularly listen to."
How many fools are there
Deborah Burns | 10/19/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"The price for the CD is ridiculous. I just watched Briget Jones 2 and was thinking about buying the CD. But both amazon and the merchants must think that the buying public is nuts if they think we would pay such an exorbitant price. It is not like buying a recording of Streisand or Elvis; it is just a soundtrack from a movie."