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Blades of Glory Soundtrack


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1. Slice and Dice on Ice
2. Capture the Dream
3. Freight Train from Hell
4. Snow Cones
5. Icy Hot Superslide
6. The Verticoli
7. The Family Plot
8. The Iron Lotus
9. Ready to Make History
10. The Illustrated Man
11. Pile of Guts
12. The Loophole
13. Grublets on Ice!
14. The Human Onion
15. We Did It
16. Plan B
17. Stranz and Fairchild
18. Disowned
19. Cruel Bitch Mother
20. World Wintersport
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Repetitive Aug. 16 2008
By Charles H. Levenson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Unlike the other alledged review here,this one actually says something about the music(which,by the way,is what a review OF THE SOUNDTRACK ALBUM IS SUPPOSED TO DO)..Theodore Shapiro's score for this film is loud and repetitious,sounding like the score for a rather cheapjack edition of some local circus rather than music made to highlight what was supposed to be a major motion picture..All of that needless fanfare and no real melody makes this album unattractive to the ear..Shapiro has done some fine work scoring for other films,but this particular item should be avoided unless you either have a tin ear or just have to have every soundtrack album that has ever been pressed.
0 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Buy the video instead Dec 12 2007
By Sharon Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Music, with one or two exceptions, plays such a small part of this video that you'd get WAY more bang for your buck by buying the movie. I've watched the video probably six or eight times now, each time from a different level: first the music, then the dialogue (not 'hilarious' but very funny), the choreography, the plot. This is a very underrated film and a total pleasure to watch, captivating on many levels. But buy the video, not the music.Blades of Glory (Widescreen Edition)


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