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Bad Company Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 4 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 116 minutes
  • ASIN: B000067ARG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,415 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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

Product Description

Product Description

Bad Company ~ Bad Company

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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

Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

By esbreen on June 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
first of all... if you even payed attention while watching the movie... (bondo321)you would notice that in the scenes where Chris Rock is getting used to Michael Turner's "crib" you would hear the music from Ali called breath in. breath out... another scene (the club) after his g/f breaks up with him... he plays the "im all out of love" song by jagged edge... and finally in some of the ghetto scenes while he is walking and/or playing chess while accepting "ticket" calls on his cell it plays the Pretty Willie song entitled Na Na... basically you are totally wrong and the soundtrack is awesome... haf a good day... -esbreen
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By Big H on June 24 2002
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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By A Customer on June 20 2002
Format: Audio CD
The CD is decent. Trevor Rabin has a serious problem with being unable to produce full Orchestrated Scores in movies like this, another example of it would be Armageddon. Bad Company had a better Orcestral Score than it did regular soundtrack, and I give it such low ratings because there is only one track, only one, which holds the orchestral theme to it. This movie had a brilliant score, and the rest of the music on this soundtrack is plain harsh to my ears.
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The CD is decent. Trevor Rabin has a serious problem with being unable to produce full Orchestrated Scores in movies like this, another example of it would be Armageddon. Bad Company had a better Orcestral Score than it did regular soundtrack, and I give it such low ratings because there is only one track, only one, which holds the orchestral theme to it. This movie had a brilliant score, and the rest of the music on this soundtrack is plain harsh to my ears.
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By bondo321 on 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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Format: Audio CD
I give this CD 1 star because of the 14th track - it was IN the movie. It actually belongs on the cd. Remember how terrible the first Armageddon album was, with only one score track? Same thing here. It's good, but it's not worth spending [money] on. Wait for the score release (if it's going to be released). The score itself is a mix of ENEMY OF THE STATE and AMERICAN OUTLAWS (and that's a compliment!)
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