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Charlie's Angel: Full Throttle/O.S.T. [Soundtrack]

Ed Shearmur Audio CD
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1. Feel Good Time - Pink featuring William Orbit
2. Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) - Nickelback featuring Kid Rock
3. Rebel, Rebel (new recording) - David Bowie
4. Danger! High Voltage - Electric Six
5. Livin' On A Prayer - Bon Jovi
6. Any Way You Want It - Journey
7. Surfer Girl - The Beach Boys
8. Working For The Weekend - Loverboy
9. A Girl Like You - Edwyn Collins
10. Nas' Angels...The Flyest - Nas featuring Pharrell
11. I Just Want To Be Your Everything - Andy Gibb
12. This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) - Natalie Cole
13. U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer
14. Last Dance - Donna Summer

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Fernando Huergo ~ Charlie's Angel: Full Throttle/

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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For those wondering what the song is on the jukebox, it is called "Sleep Walk," and was released in 1959 by Santo and Johnny. It is the best song in an otherwise dreadful film. This film and soundtrack remind me of the equally horrible Austin Powers 3 - take a great, trashy, campy, fun idea and run it into the ground. The film and soundtrack lack the goofiness and high energy of the first ones. Avoid at all costs.
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You know the Pink contibution by now - yes it is hot! Expect a Grammy for this, and #1 status aka Cher's "Believe" 2 summers ago. You will be bobbarded, but it's huge. Sounds a bit less produced on CD than on the radio, but I contribute that to re-mixes and perhaps STAR-94/Atlanta's audio compression. Infectious as hell. Won't be on any other CD soon!
LOTS of reasons to buy this:
"Feel Good Time" IS the summer radio hit of the year, and worthy of it. Pink remains undefined, yet contagious for some reason, and this tune seems to cement the diversity between rock/dance/pop - an absolutely perfect summertime rocker. Gives this reviewer the feel of early Jackson 5.
"Saturday Night's Alright" is a phenomenal update to the 1973 classic biker rocker - and somehow, I think Nickleback can pull off leather chaps betterthan Elton John. Kicks...period. Sounds better than other current re-makes.
You get a HUGE bonus in the Bowie re-do of "Rebel Rebel" - NOT just a remix, as others have stated, but a total vocal/instrumental do-over. Starts slow, but rocks like hell. The compilation is worth the purchase for this alone. Skilled, calculated, but very cool. This is NOT available anywhere else, and Bowie fans should pick up on this.
The rest is pablum from the "80's" format - OK, if you want Loverboy and Journey to complete a void...
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is the best soundtrack of the year so far July 1 2003
Format:Audio CD
This is a great soundtrack. All of these songs are excellent. Feel Good Time by Pink sounds pretty good. I like the nice beat of this song. A Girl Like You by Edwyn Collins is a very smooth song that I liked very much. Nickleback's version of Elton John's Saturday Night's All Right For Fighting sounds ok. It is a song that fits well in this movie about tough women though. Loverboy's Working For Weekend and Journey's Anyway You Want, and Bon Jovi's Livin On A Prayer are just awesome rock songs from the 80's. They brought back a lot of memories from my teenage years. I love the classic songs from the 70's included here especially Donna Summer's Last Dance and Andy Gibb's I Just Wanna Be Your Everything. These 2 songs came out in the disco era of the 1970's when the original Charlie's Angels TV series was on television. Natalie Cole's This Will Be An Everlasting Love is a just a great feel good song. David Bowie's classic song Rebel Rebel sounds great remastered. MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This is a very good dance song from the early 90's and a wonderful addition to this soundtrack. This is one of the best soundtracks of the year so far.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars for the first song alone!!... June 24 2003
Format:Audio CD
I absoutely love this soundtrack it has great music on it including an amazing first song by Pink which is very catchy my other favorites are track two which suprised me at how good it was considering it was a remake of an Elton John song but it works really well here and the vocals are great too. The next by David Bowie it kind of strange, but I like it alot and it has a good melody. I've never heard of Electric Six before and I now that I have I would say that this is a groovy song very dancey. I really enjoyed Bon Jovi and Journey's songs and who forget a classic like the Beach Boys Surfer Girl. I also enjoyed the songs by Loverboy, Edwyn Collins, Andy Gibb, Natalie Cole, Mc Hammer, and Donna Summer. The only one I didn't care much for was the one by Nas Featuring Paharrell, it just doesn't fit in with all the others the pace is too slow. So there you have my review of the killer soundtrack and here's hoping the movie is fantastic like the last one!!! So I urge you to get this one if you like great music!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Charlie's Angels music Aug. 18 2003
By Andrew
Format:Audio CD
I have one word to say. Wow! This soundtrack is amazing. It has some of the best songs from the 70's and 80's. I encourage everyone to buy this CD it's great.
track 1 5/5 very catchy, and a great new song.
track 2 4/5 good Elton John song remake. It' so good.
track 3 4/5 David Bowie has done it. This song is very catchy
track 4 5/5 I love this song.
track 5 5/5 This song is a catchy rock song. Very good.
track 6 5/5 This is my favorite song on the CD. It's a fun, don't worry type of song.
track 7 3/5 Gets stuck in your head, but it's not a great thing.
track 8 5/5 Great song.
track 9 4/5 It's a good song.
track 10 1/5 I can't stand this song. It's so annoying!
track 11 4/5 Good song.
track 12 5/5 Great fun, catchy song.
track 13 5/5 Great song. Fun to dance to.
track 14 5/5 Very good. It's a slow song that turns into a party.
In conclusion, buy this CD it's awsome
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good soundtrack July 7 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I like this CD. It may not be as good as the first movie's soundtrack, but it is still very good.
Once again, the new songs and the older songs flow very well together. The best new song on the soundtrack may be "Danger! High Voltage!" by Electric Six,which should have been one of last year's biggest hits. Pink's "Feel Good Time" is also very good and was a good choice as the movie's lead single.
Of the older tunes, I love Loverboy's "Workin' For the Weekend" simply because I can't help but think of when Chris Farley stripped to it on Saturday Night Live.
Once again, the unique song selection makes this a terrific soundtrack. Even if you weren't a fan of the movie, you may end up liking this soundtrack. It has a little something for everyone, and I recommend checking it out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bull Ride Song
Can anyone please tell me what the name of the song is when Cameron Diaz is riding the bull.
Published on July 19 2004 by ben
4.0 out of 5 stars what's that song..
what's that Prodigy song they play throughout the movie? i thought it'd be on the soundtrack...
Published on July 18 2004 by Elana
4.0 out of 5 stars PRETTY GOOD CD
THAT GUITAR SONG WHEN DREW BARRYMORE IS WALKING INTO THE BAR IS CALLED:
"Sleepwalk"
Written by Santo Farina, John Farina and Ann Farina
Performed by Santo... Read more
Published on July 14 2004 by maria c
3.0 out of 5 stars Guitar theme
I'd like to know the name of that guitar theme, too (the one where Drew Barrymore is walking into the Mexican bar). If anyone knows what it's called, please post!
Published on July 14 2004 by S. H. Drew
3.0 out of 5 stars HELP ME!!!!!!
What is that song played when Dylan leaves the angels...the guitar and orchestra song...PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME! I'm going crazy...
Published on July 10 2004 by jose
2.0 out of 5 stars a Different Feel
The problem with this movie, I think, is that it tries to be both an action movie as well as this...weird melange of friendship and betrayal, blah blah blah... Read more
Published on June 21 2004 by Sacha Fortin
1.0 out of 5 stars What happened to some of the tracks?
There are two scenes where I like the songs. First where Dylan is leaving the angels and it's this really pretty guitarish theme. Anyone know what it is? Read more
Published on June 19 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars Looking for a song not on the soundtrack
When Dylan Saunders (Drew Barrymore) is leaving the agency, there is a snippet of a cool song with no lyrics playing as background music. Read more
Published on June 2 2004 by J. Potts
1.0 out of 5 stars Where's the Rock?
The movie has some great music, too bad none of it appears on the soundtrack! PU!
Published on May 11 2004
3.0 out of 5 stars Will not buy missing roof fight scene song
Considered buying soundtrack but it does not have the Prodigy song Firestarter from the rooftop fight scene.
Published on April 24 2004 by John e Baur Jr
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