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Any Given Sunday


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 11 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Run Time: 162 minutes
  • ASIN: B00003TKHA
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #57,810 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Who You Gonna Call - Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott
2. Reunion - Capone-N-Noreaga
3. Never Goin' Back - Mobb Deep
4. Sole Sunday - Goodie Mob
5. Shut 'Em Down - LL Cool J
6. Shut Up - Trick Daddy/Trina/Deuce Poppi/Co
7. Any Given Sunday - Jamie Foxx
8. Whatever It Takes - P.O.D.
9. F**k That - Kid Rock
10. Be A Man - Hole
11. My Ni**as - DMX
12. Jump - Mystikal
13. Move Right Now - Swizz Beatz
14. Why - Godsmack
15. Stompbox - Overseer
16. Any Given Sunday Outro - Jamie Foxx

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By Mark on Sept. 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
This movie was full of good "clips" but the songs on the soundtrack are not what I was looking for. It is loaded with "gansta" rap. If that is your style, then this album is for you. Can anyone tell me what song is playing after the priest's speech? the lyrics go "bless me father for I have sinned..." I can't find anything on this one at all.
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Format: Audio CD
That song is called "Revolution" and the artist is Kirk Franklin.
I also have a question ... there is an almost purely instrumental song during a game, not sure who they are playing, but it's a beaty song and I know that in the beginning of the song, they say ".... Baja, California ... " It's really good, but I don't know the artist or the name of it. Please help!
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By Eugene Kim on Jan. 15 2002
Format: Audio CD
DMX & LL CoolJ really made this soundtrack a 4star-album. But still there's a missing one not on th soundtrack. Does anyone remember the song when they're playin the crusaders. When Willy throws the last touchdown pass on the game, there comes out a song going "Do you wanna revolution, Whooah Whooah Do you wanna revolution, Whooah Whooah" That song's also cool, but no way to find out the musician nor the title. Can anybody tell me what it is.
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Format: Audio CD
After the quick moving, blood pounding way in which the music is presented in the movie, I was looking forward to having this CD in my car to roll and bounce down the highway. Alas, that was not to be. With the exception of the throbbingly insistent rhythm of Jamie Foxx' Any Given Sunday, the disc has no continuity. Apparently, the best cuts from all these tunes appeared in the film. On the CD, it just sounds like a mish-mash, with no purpose other than to sell these not-even-the-best-of tunes from otherwise dynamic artists.
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Format: Audio CD
Fer cryin' out loud. The big songs IN THE FILM aren't on this cd or on "Volume 2". Maybe there will be a "Volume 3: The Songs You Expected and Paid For" edition.
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I keep running into this movie on HBO and I am always captivated by the incredible mix of sports action shots and fantastic music. I have been disappointed by movie soundtracks before, but I really wanted to hear the full songs behind the electrifying music cuts. I was disappointed again.
Apart from the stellar Missy Elliot and the always amazing LL Cool J, I found this to be yet another featureless pile of bland gangsta rap with a few pieces of random heavy metal shrapnel tossed in. Those of you who are into this style of rap will probably say that the music choices are fabulous. For me, none of the wonderful musical texture in the movie is reflected here.
I specifically remember watching a slow motion shot of a long pass spiraling in toward the camera and in the background I heard "Do you wanna revolution? - whoop whoop whoop - Do you wanna revolution? - whoop whoop whoop." It was a great cut. Is it on the album? No. Where are all the great cuts that really helped to plug this movie into the wall socket? Give up, They're not on this album.
Bottom Line: If you're into this style of rap, why are you reading this review anyway? You know what you like and you'll probably like this. On the other hand, if you are like me and you find this kind of rap textureless and dry, don't expect to find any of the musical excitement of the movie on this CD.
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This was an overall good collection of Hip Hop. This had great diversity of artists, ranging from P.O.D to Mystikal. What I really liked about this soundtrack was that when you hear certain songs, you can just picture certain parts of the movie, like if you hear Capone N Noreaga's Reunion, you can see Jamie Foxx throwing a touchdown, or when you hear Mobb Deep's track, you can see Jamie Foxx storming out of Tony's (the coach's) place, after finding out he would be benched. Concerning tracks, Missy Elliot's track, in my opinion, wasn't a great opening for the cd. The back beats could have been a lot better. Capone N Noreaga's Reunion was a really good track. It had good rhymes. I thought the chorus was great, and listening to this track, it really illustrated the movie in my head. Never Goin' Back, isn't a bad track. It is one of those more serious tracks. I was surprised with Sole Sunday. I really like Outkast's music, and I was surprised that they were featured on the Goodie Mobb track, because though the chorus was typical of Outkast, the beats were weak for Outkast. Outkast usually chooses choice beats, but on this track with Goodie Mobb, they chose a weak beat, and it wasn't a very good track. Shut 'Em Down!!!! There is not much you can say about this track, besides the fact that it is amazing! Whenever I am angry, I just pop in this cd, and go track 5. This is great to take out your anger with. "You Can't Hold me, Get off Me!!!" Trick Daddy, of course along with Trina, bring their style to this track, with Shut Up. It was a good addition to the collection. Though people continuously will disagree, Jamie Foxx wasn't bad on his track, Any Given Sunday. He was not trying to steal the styles of any other RnB artists, he was just expressing his own talents.Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
This is the ultimate trading soundtrack; the first CD is worth the price admission for Missy Elliot's "Who You Gonna Call" alone---a rap song sampling Mozart's Requiem (which lent gravitas to the opening sequences of the movie).
Actually, it seems that Ollie Stone is discovering his true talent as a music video montage editor; much of the power of the film (which is fun, but not nearly so fun as his first venture into jump cut-MTV era film-making chaos, Natural Born Killers) came from the steroid-pumped soundtrack.
Without a doubt one of the best movie soundtracks ever put together; almost as good as raw adrenaline.
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