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Cruel Intentions [Soundtrack]

Ed Shearmur Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
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1. Every You Every Me (Single Mix) - Placebo
2. Praise You (Radio Edit) - Fatboy Slim
3. Coffee & TV - Blur
4. Bedroom Dancing - Day One
5. Colorblind - Counting Crows
6. Ordinary Life - Kristen Barry
7. Comin' Up From Behind - Marcy Playground
8. Secretly - Skunk Anansie
9. This Love - Craig Armstrong
10. You Could Make a Killing - Aimee Mann
11. Addictive - Faithless
12. Trip On Love - Abra Moore
13. You Blew Me Off - Bare Jr.
14. Bitter Sweet Symphony - The Verve

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Aside from the ubiquitous presence of a Fatboy Slim track ("Praise You") and the Verve's yesteryear anthem of choice, "Bittersweet Symphony," the cuts on this teensploitation-influenced compilation are hardly cut-out bin oatmeal. Fans restless to sample fresh Blur material will bask in the moody glow of "Coffee & TV," while other tracks offer some lesser-known but tasty dance-floor modernists such as Faithless and Kristen Barry. This is after-hours room service of taunting rock and acerbic ballads, and it highly complements the film's at-odds crew of mean-spirited teen sirens and endangered Cinderella figures, all of whom would rather watch the beautiful people than join their rat race. --Kristy Ojala

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Various Artists ~ Cruel Intentions

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5.0 out of 5 stars One Of The Best Soundtracks Ever Made Oct. 4 2003
Format:Audio CD
OMG! First of all the movie was so awesome which speaks for itself already. So when I ended up LOVING the movie since the first time I saw it I was just OBLIGATED to get the soundtrack. Finally once I got it I couldn't have been happier(except for when I got the special edition Cruel Intentions DVD -which I have to say is just as exploding as the rest.)But I mean every single song is just so good in its own single way. I mean some songs got a liitle tiring after I listened to them over and over again like Coffee & TV (which actually I didn't even care for in the first place), Bedroom Dancing, Colorblind, and Ordinary Life (but I still love it so much). Though if you want my opinion I think the best songs are Secretly, This Love, You Could Make A Killing, Addictive, and the BEST.... Bitter Sweet Symphony!!! So if you ask me, if you don't get this soundtrack believe me- you're missing out on a LOT!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Soundtrack I've ever heard July 17 2004
Format:Audio CD
I loved this album. All the songs on it describe every moment in the movie perfectly. I'd say my favorite songs on this soundtrack are: "Colorblind" by Counting Crows and "This Love" by Craig Armstrong. The entire album is beautiful and every song is beautifully written. I hope anyone who has seen the movie buys this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Les liaisons dangereuses June 30 2004
Format:Audio CD
Possibly the best soundtrack in history. One day, as I was reading 'The Crimson Petal and the White' I thought, what would be a soundtrack bound to have sexy, fun songs that I can just listen to when I want?
It didn't take me long to think, 'Cruel Intentions', of course.
So I went to my KaZaa, booted it up, and looked up the movie. The first song that jumped out at me was 'Comin' Up From Behind' by Marcy Playground - I love the song 'Sex and Candy', so I downloaded it right away.
WOW.
It was an amazing, fun, sexy song, just what I wanted, and to this day one of my favorite. Out of 10, I'd give it a 20. I love that song. So I immediately bought the CD and, wow. The entire album just blew me away.
1. Every Me Every You by Placebo
This song really, honestly does set the mood for the whole CD, and gawd, is it fun to sing along to. One of the standout tracks on the album, and that is saying something. I honestly put this on repeat and listened to it for an hour straight when I first heard it.
2. Praise You - Fatboy Slim
Oh, I remembered this song. Hard not to. Whether not not you can listen to it depends upon whether or not you suffocate under techno and whether you're in the mood to be happy for not. I think it's a lot of fun, but sometimes I just can't listen to it. Some people have told me it's their favorite off of the album, so I'll leave you to your own judgement on this one.
3. Coffee and TV - Blur
Lovely. Simply lovely. This is the type of song you can just stick in your CD player and relax to. It's not as upbeat as some others, but it really doesn't have to be.
4. Bedroom Dancing - Day One
The lyrics to this song are SO AWESOME. Oh wow. When I first heard it, they were so cool, I was laughing out of sheer awe.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good movie, great CD! March 18 2004
Format:Audio CD
Awesome movie...even better soundtrack...not much else to say. Every song is impressive in it's own way. Worth the buck.
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5.0 out of 5 stars WOW March 6 2004
Format:Audio CD
I just want to say that this soundtrack is awesome!!!
When I saw the movie for the first time, I loved it and it's still my favorite movie these day.
So I just had to purchase this album.
My personal favorites are; every me every you, colourblind and ofcourse bittersweet symphony.
So to everyone who hasn't got it yet.. GO BUY IT!!
Its really great!!!!!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars It could have been better March 3 2004
Format:Audio CD
This cd is good but not...impressive. I bought it a while back and expected much but got little. The only song really worth noting is "Every You Every Me" by Placebo b/c it really sets the tone for the movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars bitter Feb. 3 2004
Format:Audio CD
i love "Bittersweet Symphony. I guess I should go purchase this album soon.
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By hmshood
Format:Audio CD
Included in this package is a faster paced version of Fatboy Slims' "Praise You" which is not on You've Come A Long Baby. They call it "Radio Edit" but it's not the same as the versions found on any of the Praise You CD singles either. I own them or have so I know. "Praise You" charted at #36 but if you ask me it should have hit #1. "Bitter Sweet Symphony" is an Ashcroft masterpiece which peaked at #12 on Billboard. Another song that should have been a #1 single. I grew up listening to Duran Duran, Big Country, Motley Crue, ect. and for two songs that were popular over a decade after my time to mean so much to me just goes to show you that the music of near today (As well as the music of today) is not garbage. Listen to the audio clips or buy it and see for yourself. You be the judge. Cheers.
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