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Bad Company [Soundtrack]

Trevor Rabin Audio CD
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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1. Breathe In, Breathe Out - Ali Featuring St. Lunatics
2. 911 - D12 / Gorillaz Featuring Terry Hall
3. B.O.B (Bombs Over Baghdad) - Outkast
4. 6 Million Ways To Live - Dub Pistols
5. Tonite - Next
6. Na Na - Pretty Willie
7. Anything For You (Devine Mill Re-Mix) - Jaheim Featuring Duganz
8. All Out Of Love - Jagged Edge
9. It's Killing Me (In My Mind) - Blu Cantrell
10. To Keep This Life - Rama Duke
11. Excess - Tricky
12. Don't Touch - Ko-La Featuring Tricky
13. My Crew (Part II) - Supervision Featuring Blind Gotti
14. BMBBO - Trevor Rabin

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There's a distinct flavor of mystery and intrigue woven through the hip-hop and rap found on the Bad Company soundtrack. Tricky's charcoal-hued rasp intones menace over a kaleidoscope of piano, background vocals, and factory-like noises, while the Dub Pistols' song contains a melancholy guitar riff snaking through its moody textures, like the gloomier moments from Moby's Play filtered through street-weary lyrics. Gorillaz, D12, and ex-Specials' member Terry Hall creep and stomp in a haunted house of beats and samples, while trip-hopping of the sinister (Jahei featuring Duganz) and longingly crooning (Rama Duke) varieties continue the emotive atmospheres. Save for Next's classic slice of soul singing, songs that deviate from the ominous ambience fare worse--Pretty Willie's repetitive "Na Na" and Jagged Edge's watery remake of Air Supply's "All Out of Love" especially misstep, marring an otherwise excellent soundtrack. --Annie Zaleski

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Bad Company ~ Bad Company

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3.0 out of 5 stars score please July 19 2004
Format:Audio CD
I did like the song of Breathe In, Breathe Out, but I would have loved a score release too. I would like to know the piece of music that had the choir, where he ran into the church people on the steps at the beginning of the movie? Thanks
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3.0 out of 5 stars Some help from anyone who has seen this movie Aug. 1 2003
By Jeremy
Format:Audio CD
Anyone know what song is being played when he is in the bedroom with nicole? She says "baby, I hope your hungry and then they zoom in on him... what is that song? thanks...
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2.0 out of 5 stars Hmmm... May 17 2003
Format:Audio CD
Well I had originally bought (downloaded) this cd to find a certain song which I didn't know the name. I was looking for the heavy guitar song during the final chase/action scene in Grand Central Station...If anyone knows the name of it. please let me know...ty
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4.0 out of 5 stars great movie, great soundtrack Aug. 28 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Well the bad company soundtrack is pretty good, I think and to all the illiterate people out there: It says "music from the motion picture" on the cover of the CD not "score of the motion picture". You might also turn the CD and read the names of the songs before you buy it and then complain about it.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Re: User "esbreen" June 29 2002
Format:Audio CD
I'm fully aware that some of this "music" was in the movie, unfortunately. Remember that scene in the movie (and trailer) when Anthony Hopkins says "Is that rap? It's terrible."
The CD has nothing going for it, sans BMBBO (Trevor Rabin). A true "Bad Company Soundtrack" would have the score to the movie. Most of these "songs" included were in the movie no longer than 1 minute. Trevor Rabin is a musician; these 'artists' are not.
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4.0 out of 5 stars watch the movie. June 24 2002
By Big H
Format:Audio CD
anybody who has actually seen the movie knows that a lot of these songe WERE in it. 1st, breathe in breathe out wuz in the club scene, and so wuz jagged edges (GREAT) song all out of love. 2nd, pretty willies song na na wuz playin in the background in the park when chris rock wuz playin chess and hustlin tickets. 3rd, b.o.b. is from the scene where rock is runnin from the c.i.a. cuz he almost got killed, and doesnt want 2 help them anymore. i know a couple of the otha songs r in it 2, i just cant rememba where.
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