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Not Another Teen Movie Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Dec 4 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Maverick
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005S8MG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #92,666 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Tainted Love - Marilyn Manson
2. Never Let Me Down Again - Smashing Pumpkins
3. Blue Monday - Orgy
4. The Metro - System Of A Down
5. But Not Tonight - Scott Weiland
6. Message Of Love - Saliva
7. Bizarre Love Triangle - Stabbing Westward
8. 99 Red Balloons - Goldfinger
9. I Melt With You - Mest
10. If You Leave - Good Charlotte
11. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want - Muse
12. Somebody's Baby - Phantom Planet

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3.5 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
It's been standard practice for some time for pop soundtracks to include new versions of older hits. Since NOT ANOTHER TEEN MOVIE was largely a spoof of films of the eighties, it's appropriate that the soundtrack reference the music of same.
It seems the music is also largely a spoof, and an unfunny one at that. Most of these remakes will horrify anyone who grew up with these songs. A disappointingly narrow selection of corporate alternative bands put their generic, grungy stamp on almost a dozen classic new wave tracks, completely obliterating any integrity they once had. These artists clearly don't understand the original music at all. System of a Down makes an atrocity of Berlin. Saliva murder "Message of Love." Mest make a mess of "I Melt With You." And please, please stop Muse before they record another Smiths song. The two Depeche Mode covers are at least listenable but they are boring.
There are exactly two cuts worth hearing on this album, and only one of them is new. Marilyn Manson rejuvenates Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" and Orgy's cover of "Blue Monday" is even better than New Order's original. The latter previously appeared on Orgy's own debut album, so you probably already have it. That leaves one reason to own this CD. I'd recommend just getting the movie DVD. It's not great, but it's moderately entertaining, and at least then you'll have the "Tainted Love" video. Hey, there's even nudity.
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It's been standard practice for some time for pop soundtracks to include new versions of older hits. Since NOT ANOTHER TEEN MOVIE was largely a spoof of films of the eighties, it's appropriate that the soundtrack reference the music of same.
It seems the music is also largely a spoof, and an unfunny one at that. Most of these remakes will horrify anyone who grew up with these songs. A disappointingly narrow selection of corporate alternative bands put their generic, grungy stamp on almost a dozen classic new wave tracks, completely obliterating any integrity they once had. These artists clearly don't understand the original music at all. System of a Down makes an atrocity of Berlin. Saliva murder "Message of Love." Mest make a mess of "I Melt With You." And please, please stop Muse before they record another Smiths song. The two Depeche Mode covers are at least listenable but they are boring.
There are exactly two cuts worth hearing on this album, and only one of them is new. Marilyn Manson rejuvenates Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" and Orgy's cover of "Blue Monday" is even better than New Order's original. The latter previously appeared on Orgy's own debut album, so you probably already have it. That leaves one reason to own this CD. I'd recommend just getting the movie DVD. It's not great, but it's moderately entertaining, and at least then you'll have the "Tainted Love" video. Hey, there's even nudity.
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Marilyn Manson's remake of Tainted Love has been a favorite of mine for a long time! I also liked Good Charlotte's "If You Leave" even though I'm not a fan of Good Charlotte because I think they are posers but they did do an awesome job on that. I was dissapointed because the Sprung Monkey's remake of "Don't You (Forget About Me)" wasn't featured on here...but you can find it in The Breakfast Club, as it was the theme to that movie. Sixpence None The Richer was also not on the soundtrack which was a bummer because they're really cool. Smashing Pumpkins also did a good job! Orgy's remake of Blue Monday is awesome...I remember going out and buying Candyass after hearing that song on MTV when it debuted on TRL. System of A Down...one of my favorite bands...loved them on the soundtrack! Saliva is also very good...Goldfinger's "99 Red Balloons"...definately better than the original but Goldfinger is a kickass band anyway so it's still flowin'. Mest...hmmmm not one of my favorite songs by them, I was a little dissapointed in them because it wasn't what I wanted to see. Scott Weiland, Phantom Planet, Muse, and Stabbing Westward also did good...I think it's an honor to have this CD in my collection...also, I didn't have a problem with it on my Windows XP computer.
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Is there one thing that makes this album rock? Yes, and it is called track number one. To hear Marilyn Manson's cover on "Tainted Love" is worth the price of this CD. Sure you could use Kazaa or some other P2P device to download the track, but while the Manson track is what you paid for, the rest of the CD comes along as a bonus, and a worthy one at that.
While most of the tracks have appeared else where, or have been around a while "The Metro" by System of a Down appeared on the Dracula 2000 Soundtrack, and Orgy's rendition of "Blue Monday" appeared on their excellent Candyass disc, this is the first time all of these tracks have been together, legally.
While the Smashing Pumpkin's cover of "Never Let Me Down Again" comes up strangely disappointing, the rest of the tracks on the disc stand out as well known 80s songs, covered and re-mastered by some of today's hottest names in rock.
The disc never really fails to disappoint, and the 4 out of 5 rating is only because a great many of these tracks have appeared elsewhere, are aren't dramatically new. It seems as though the producers of this album would have rather used old recordings from these bands, than have some new ones recorded. While Mest does make the cut on the CD, I would have liked to seen some more punk bands (since we know they do the best covers) of the likes of New Found Glory, Offspring, and maybe sprinkle in some Green Day for added flavor.
All in all, superior disc, and one of the best sound tracks in years.
-Erich Becker has 98 Red Balloons, one popped.
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