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Austin Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (June 1 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Maverick
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000IYMI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #34,021 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beautiful Stranger - Madonna
2. My Generation - The Who
3. Draggin' The Line - R.E.M.
4. American Woman - Lenny Kravitz
5. Word Up - Melanie G (aka Scary Spice)
6. Just The Two Of Us (Dr. Evil Mix) - Dr. Evil
7. Espionage - Green Day
8. Time of the Season - Big Blue Missile with Scott Weiland
9. Buggin' - The Flaming Lips
10. Alright - The Lucy Nation
11. I'll Never Fall In Love Again - Burt Bacharach & Elvis Costello
12. Soul Bossa Nova (Dim's Space-A-Nova) - Quincy Jones And His Orchestra

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Austin Powers, the hipster secret agent from the '60s, and his nemesis Dr. Evil return in the sequel to the 1997 Austin Powers comedy smash. In The Spy Who Shagged Me, Evil has invented a time machine that sends him back to the '60s to steal Powers' mojo, leaving him "shagless." The soundtrack album also returns to the Age of Aquarius as '90s musical icons Madonna, Elvis Costello and a shagedelic cast of artists remake classic pop hits from the '60s. Certified platinum by the RIAA (7/99)

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"Beautiful Stranger", the Madonna track that opens and highlights this mixed-bag soundtrack, perfectly captures the nouveau shagadelic mood that Mike Myers's if-the-1990s-were-the-'60s sequel requires. With hints of the psychedelic pop that drove some of her best music between Like a Prayer and Bedtime Stories, this William Orbit collaboration could be a remix of a great lost Jackie DeShannon track. As for the rest of the dozen cuts, they split fairly predictably between the good (the Who, R.E.M., Costello/Bacharach, and Flaming Lips numbers), the bad (Lenny Kravitz's dull "American Woman" cover), and the whatever (Mel "Scary Spice" G's failed takeover of Cameo's "Word Up"). --Rickey Wright

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Aug. 9 2000
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack to the outrageously funny movie, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, is one of the best that I own and have ever listened to. From what I have heard, the main idea to this soundtrack was to sound '60s-ish with a '90s touch. Mission accomplished! My favorite track on this soundtrack is by the one and only, Madonna! Beautiful Stranger rocks! Madonna's lyrics are so powerful and convincing. I just love this song. It definitely deserved the Grammy award for Best Song For A Soundtrack. I would have to say that my second favorite song on this soundtrack is Alright by The Lucy Nation. I had had this soundtrack for a long time before I found this song. Alright is such a sad and powerful song. I can listen to it over and over and over and never get sick or tired of it. But I must say that I think this song belongs on the Magnolia soundtrack (not a bad thing) and I say that because it's sad in a way and would fit with the Aimee Mann songs on Magnolia. American Woman by Lenny Kravitz has been called bad. I must greatly disagree with them because I think it's a great song. The guitars in this song are very amazing. The other song I liked from this soundtrack is a song that was also put down greatly. It's Word Up by Scary Spice. I think it's a really cool club song. I wish it got some radio attention. If you couldn't tell from the rest of my review that I like this soundtrack a lot and that you should buy it, maybe you should look more carefully. You SHOULD definitely buy this soundtrack because it rocks!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 21 1999
Format: Audio CD
This cd is off the hook. It has a variety of music for everybody, but most of all, it sounds original. Who'd a thought that REM wrote the third track (cool driving music). The remix of WORD UP is almost as good as CAMEO. If you like a little hard rock, there's one there for you which takes me back to HAWAII 5-o or James Bond opener. Overall, this cd is worth the cheese. Of course, Madonna opens with the best song on there. Was she talking about me? For variety, with a touch of 60's nostagia, and a little bit of "new", give this one a try.YOU WON'T REGRET IT. This cd has the unusual ability to take you somewhere you never have been. Best enjoyed laying on a couch with a Jim Beam and Coke.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Feb. 27 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is a great album (So is the movie). Madonna's "Beautiful Stranger" is an awesome song thanks to her outstanding beautiful voice and William Orbit who gave the song just the right amount of 60's style. That's just a great song. "American Woman" by Lenny Kravitz is also a great song to listen to. The same goes for "Word Up" by "Scary Spice". The Dr. Evil remix of Will Smith's "Just the Two of Us" is hilarious to listen to if you get the chance. You should definitely buy this album and see the movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gilly Bean on Oct. 2 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album has a real good collection of songs spanning artists as diverse as Madonna, r.e.m., Green Day, Burt Bacharach, Elvis Costello, and Quincy Jones and his Orchestra, just to name a few. We also get a 60's track from The Who. And of course there is the fun track by Dr Evil "Just the two of us". The booklet includes a few photos from the movie. On the whole, this is one soundtrack that works.
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By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 1 2003
Format: Audio CD
As is often the case with movie soundtracks, this CD offers some really good tracks alongside some humdrum and rather poor ones. Madonna's Beautiful Stranger is the cream of the crop; it's one of the better songs Madonna has put out in recent years, in my opinion. The live version of The Who's My Generation fits the Austin Powers theme nicely and plays very well on the album. Lenny Kravitz' rocking remake of American Woman is another great track that many folks will be quite familiar with already from its heavy radio play. I was very happy to see Dr. Evil's Just the Two of Us make its way onto the album, as it's a crowd-pleasing, memorable party of the movie. I also rather like, in a weird sort of way, The Lucy Nation's song Alright; it has an unusual sound and style that distinguishes it from its peers on this CD. Unfortunately, the better tracks stop here.
Some of these songs are remakes of classic songs, and I have to question why these remakes were even made. R.E.M.'s cover of Draggin' the Line is OK, but it differs very little from the original recording. Melanie G (aka Scary Spice) provides a completely unnecessary remake in the form of her cover of Cameo's funky tour de force Word Up; that great song is best left in the capable hands (and voice) of Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Big Blue Missile (with Scott Weiland) does a pretty mediocre job covering another classic song, Time of the Season; apparently, it wasn't the time of the season for all the singers to actually hit the right notes. Buggin' is an interesting track from The Flamingo Lips, but I can't decide whether I actually like the song or not. Green Day fans shouldn't get overly excited at the sight of the band's contribution here, as Espionage features no singing whatsoever.
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Format: Audio CD
I actually liked this cd! It has a lot of great songs by great artists.
1. Beautiful Stranger-Madonna Nice track. Not the best but one of them. 2. My Generation-The Who Good track. The first few times you listen you'll hate it but you'll grow into it. 3. Draggin The Line-R.E.M. OK track. Definately not the best. 4. American Woman-Lenny Kravitz Great track. Actually it is too long at four minutes something. 5. Word Up-Melanie G Good track. It would have been better if it weren't the Spice Girls. 6. Just The Two Of Us-Dr. Evil Alright! My favorite track on this album. Funnier then the original. Great job, Mike Myers. 7. Espionage-Green Day Great superspy theme. I love Green Day. 8. Time Of The Season-Big Blue Missle (featuring Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots) Good track. The original is better though. 9. Buggin'-The Flaming Lips Ha Ha! Funny song. 10. Alright-The Lucy Nation I loved most of this song. 11. I'll Never Fall In Love Again-Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello Good slow song. 12. Soul Bossa Nova(Dim's Space-A-Nova)-Quincy Jones And His Orchestra OK song. Wasn't this on the first Austin Powers album also.
I hope you enjoyed my review. Buy this album.
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