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Bridget Jones: the Edge of Reason [Soundtrack]

Harry Gregson-Williams Audio CD
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1. Your Love Is King - Will Young
2. Stop - Jamelia
3. Can't Get You Out Of My Head - Kylie Minogue
4. Super Duper Love (Are You Diggin' On Me?) - Joss Stone
5. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word - Mary J. Blige
6. Misunderstood - Robbie Williams
7. Everlasting Love - Jamie Cullum
8. Crazy In Love - Beyonce
9. I Eat Dinner (When The Hunger's Gone) - Rufus Wainwright
10. I'm Not In Love - 10cc
11. Noboyd Does It Better - Carly Simon
12. I Believe In A Thing Called Love - The Darkness
13. Lovin' You - Minnie Riperton
14. We'll Be Together - Sting
15. Bridget's Theme - Harry Gregson-Williams

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Soundtrack to the 2004 sequel to the hit 2001 film, starring Renee Zellweger, features music from Sting, Annie Lennox, Mary J. Blige, Rufus Wainwright, Dido, Jamie Cullum, & more.

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3.0 out of 5 stars A Song Missing April 2 2005
By Emily
Format:Audio CD
Actually I rate this CD 3.5. I bought it in the stores because I love Bridget Jones and the music was good in the movie. I especially liked the song "I belive in a thing called love" by the Darkness which it says is on the CD but the copy I bought did not have it on there. Instead, it was replaced by "My First, Last, Everything" by Barry White. I like that song as well but am wondering if it is certain Imports of the CD that have different songs of them. Everything else was exactly as listed so...bizarre.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not all! Nov. 27 2004
By K. Thompson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
After the movie, had to get the soundtrack. It is as great as the first. (Thought I wish Gabrielle did another song!). However, there are only 15 songs, and the songs we really wanted were not on this one. So doing an internet search we discovered another album in the UK WITH the 15 plus the other 6 songs left off in the US version. So disappointed! I would not have bought it to start with if I had known that there was another FULL album out there. Now I have to wait for the import, and REPURCHASE the other 15 songs.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars "the edge of reason" soundtrack enlights my day... Dec 12 2004
By Rodrigo Medina - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The soundtrack of "Bridget Jones: The edge of reason" is a mix of pop songs, old classics and music that is meant to make you laugh, thinking about the movie. It's a predictable selection, for sure, but who cares? Isn't it funny and delicious to listen to Barry's White "you're the first, the last..." or "I'm not in love", by 10cc, on the same album? This CD brings three highlights, in my opinion. The first, probably the best song on the compilation, is the version of "everlasting love", sang by Jamie Cullum. This guy has an amazing voice and really makes the song sound better. I also love the emotional cover of "Sorry seems to be the hardest word", by Mary J. Blige and at last, but not least, the duo between Rufus Wainwright and Dido, "I eat dinner" -- absolutely funny.

I have the three CDs of "Bridget Jones" movies and whenever I feel like, I listen to them,to remember the movie, which is also great. Check out the international version of the album, with 3 extra tracks!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars WHA' HAAAAPENED? Dec 1 2004
By Intro Spective - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I would REALLY like to know why the excellent Jamelia song, "Stop" has TOTALLY different LYRICS on the CD than in the movie. Weirdest thing. The film version of the song had beautiful lyrics that were dead on appropriate to the scene. The album version is a generic love song. Forgettable lyrics. I'm hoping that the IMPORT will have the real version. Again, as with the first movie, the IMPORT CD is the only way to go, and Bridget fans will find that the songs they TRULY LOVED FROM THE MOVIES ARE NOT ON THE US VERSIONS OF THE CD's. Another music scam ? I'm afraid so. Bad form. Other than that the songs are great for Bridget devotees. BUT SAVE YOUR $ AND SHELL OUT FOR THE IMPORT, AS THE RECORD COMPANY SEEMS TO BE FORCING US TO DO.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Average collection of contemporary classics for singletons Dec 26 2004
By Dr Gan T. Pau - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Using the same formula as its predescessors (Bridget Jones' Diary and Bridget Jones' Diary 2), this CD contains an impressive line-up of contemporary pop and r&b greats from both sides of the pond. While most of the new tracks are reworked pop classics made to sound more relevant and modern, it is the obligatory evergreen tracks that shine and lift this collection above mediocrity.

The aforementioned remakes include UK Britsoul queen Jamelia's "Stop" and Sting's interesting duet of his own old hit "We'll Be Together" with Annie Lennox. Robbie Williams (who also contributed to the first BJD instalment's soundtrack) offers a rather melancholic and dreary tune "Misunderstood" which has since inexplicably become a Top 10 hit single in the UK. Oh well.

Classics that are featured here include "Nobody Does It Better" by Carly Simon, 10CC's "I'm Not In Love" and also the perennial "You're My First, the Last, My Everything" by the late great Barry White (which is mysteriously omitted from the US version but appears in all other international pressings).

Add all the plusses and minuses together and you end up with a slightly above-average effort that attempts to recreate the excitement that was Bridget Jones's Diary. Close, but no cigar.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A *must buy* for a true fan of the great Miss Jones Nov. 21 2004
By Sugarmartini - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This soundtrack is very different from the first one, just like the movie is different from the previous one.

There are some really great songs in this album like Joss Stone's Super Duper Love, which in my opinion really completes the album because it's such an amazing song. I think it gives people who don't know Joss to get a glimpse of what a great artist she is.

Beyonce's Crazy in Love, which is so popular is also a great song on the album.

I think they've selected tunes that are remarkably recognizable like "Your Love is King" and "Everlasting Love". That also helps make this album a must for any collector.

Overall this is a cd you can listen to anytime anywhere, and it's so easy to sing along to, and just have a good time.

I love they've included music by great artists like Mary J. Blige, Rufus Wainwright, Kylie Minogue and Sting aswell.
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