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Batman Forever Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (June 6 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002J4P
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,708 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me - U2
2. One Time Too Many - P.J. Harvey
3. Where Are You Now? - Brandy
4. Kiss From A Rose - Seal
5. The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game - Massive Attack With Tracey Thorn
6. Nobody Lives Without Love - Eddi Reader
7. Tell Me Now - Mazzy Star
8. Smash It Up - The Offspring
9. There Is A Light - Nick Cave
10. The Riddler - Method Man
11. The Passenger - Michael Hutchence
12. Crossing The River - The Devlins
13. 8 - Sunny Day Real Estate
14. Bad Days - The Flaming Lips

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O.S.T. Batman Forever (1995 US 14-track soundtrack CD album includes Hold Me Kiss Me Kiss Me by U2 plus tracks by PJ Harvey Nick Cave The Flaming Lips and The Offspring picture sleeve)

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Sweeping irresistibly forward like some dream hybrid of Ziggy Stardust, Kashmir-era Zeppelin and German techno, U2's massive "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" launches this disc. Also included are tracks by Brandy (the Lenny Kravitz-produced "Where Are You Now?"), Seal ("Kiss from a Rose"), Eddi Reader ("Nobody Lives Without Love"), and The Devlins ("Crossing the River"). Michael Hutchence butchers Iggy Pop's "The Passenger," but The Offspring mines big fun from The Damned's "Smash It Up." --Jeff Bateman

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Format: Audio CD
this has to be one of the greatest soundtracks ever. there are many truly outstanding gems here that somehow never gained recognition. at first i bought this cd just because i love u2's song and also kiss from a rose... i actually *regretted* buying this cd at first coz i was NOT familiar with most of the artists featured here.
however, after the first spin... god it's just so incredible that i can't believe that this is actually a soundtrack! like, how many soundtracks out there that is at least *half* decent? most of them have 1 or 2 songs that is listenable and the others are just (bad) fillers. not so with this one, baby.
the sound and theme of this soundtrack is very eery and shadowy... i'd say the songs really reflects the movie's atmosphere... of the industrial presence... the alleyways... and the perpetual sombre of gotham. not to say that this cd is very dark... on the contrary, the music seems to capture the movie's essence and that is incredible in itself.
although i bought this soundtrack on the strengh of the 2 songs i mentioned earlier, i soon found that the song "the hunter get captured by the game" by massive attack feat. tracey thorn is simply *superb* and the sheer power of the song is unbelievable. also i count nick cave's and the late michael hutchence's ("there is a light" and "the passenger") efforts as among the best this soundtrack have to offer. others worth mentioning are the devlin, pj harvey and sunny day real estate whom all left quite an impression on me.
all i can say is that this soundtrack is really, really amazing. i've had it since it first came out and until this day, it remains one of the most played cd i own. need i say anything more?
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By A Customer on July 29 1999
Format: Audio CD
This feels funny 'coz I never listened to Movie Soundtracks and didn't feel they were worth the time. Picked up on an impulse, this record more than changes that attitude.
Yes the movie was tedious but this soundtrack is fantastic!! An eclectic mix of moods and genres and with a lot of depth in terms of song quality, this CD is a fascinating listen.
U2's Hold Me... kickstarts this album and is one of the most memorable songs from the Irish Rockers in a long time. Brandy (with Lenny Kravitz) and PJ Harvey come up with some great music on tracks 3 and 2 respectively. Seal's kiss from a rose is as smooth as silk.
But to me the other standout track (apart from U2) is Massive Attack's "When the Hunter...". Dark moody and with some fantastic singing by Tracy Thorn, this is the CD's highpoint. The Offspring and Nick Cave along with Mazzy Star provide the other interesting moments.
All in All a great CD which is worth every cent you pay for it and then some more.
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I don't think this CD was very popular when it came out back in '95, but now some of the artists on here are no longer "no-names" - case in point, the Flaming Lips have rocketed in popularity since the release of Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (which I suggest you pick up if you like the song on here) and Massive Attack has grown more popular I think (pick up their album Mezzanine for some really good trip-hop).
The U2 track and the Seal track are both classics, Nick Cave is awesome (his album No More Shall We Part is excellent - another good buy) and the rest of the album make this better than the average soundtrack.
It's not spectacular, but if you want a sampling of good groups to get into, give it a try.
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By A Customer on June 22 1999
Format: Audio CD
Ooooh, what a lovely mix of songs. When I first got this, right after the movie came out, I was a foolish little girl and only listened to the first half of the CD. Literally. I turned it off after "Tell Me Now". Then, a few months ago, cleaning out my CD collection, I put this on and let it play all the way through. Thus, I rediscovered a gem of a CD. It has beautiful ballads like Kiss From a Rose, Nobody Lives Without Love (one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard), and Crossing the River. And then you've got some nice bad-a$$ rock - There Is A Light, The Passenger, Hold me..., The Riddler... Ah, the list goes on. Great CD, whatever your mood is. Unknown artists that I'd love to hear more from.
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This soundtrack is great! I like almost every song! U2 shows their perserverance again with "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me", Brandy proves that she ain't just a teenybopper with the Lenny Kravitz produced "Where Are You Now?", and Massive Attack's beautiful "The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game" - featuring Tracey Thorn from Everything But The Girl on vocals - is a wonderful trip-hop tune. The only downfall to this disc, seems to be the one that all of the critics loved - "Smash It Up" by The Offspring. I found it to be aggressive and agitating.
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THIS SOUNDTRACK HAS PLENTY OF GOOD MUSIC. A LOT OF MY FAVORITES, LIKE U2 AND METHOD MAN, ARE ON THIS CD. WHEN I HEARD U2'S ''HOLD ME, THRILL ME, KISS ME, KILL ME'', I JUST HAD TO BUY THIS. OH, AND SEAL'S ''KISS FROM A ROSE'' WAS ALSO COOL. OTHER SONGS I LIKED WERE THE OFFSPRING'S VERSION OF THE DAMNED'S ''SMASH IT UP'', NICK CAVE'S VERSION OF IGGY POP'S ''THE PASSENGER'', ODF COURSE, I LOVED METHOD MAN'S ''THE RIDDLER'', AND I LIKED PJ HARVEY'S ''ONE TIME TOO MANY''. YOU'VE MOST LIKELY SEEN THE MOVIE BY NOW, BUT YOU REALLY NEED TO HEAR THIS SOUNDTRACK!
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