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Felicity Senior Year


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  • Audio CD (May 7 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • ASIN: B000065CVV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,294 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. King of Yesterday - Jude
2. Melody of You - Sixpence None The Richer
3. La Cienega Just Smiled - Ryan Adam
4. Far Away - Chantal Kreviazuk
5. Anywhere You Go - Shawn Colvin
6. Here Nor There - Andy Stochansky
7. Tell Yourself - Natalie Merchant
8. Call And Answer - Barenaked Ladies
9. Bend - Shelby Lynne
10. Scratch - Kendall Payne
11. Perfect - Maren Ord
12. Casual Viewin' - 54-40
13. New Version of You (Felicity Theme Song) - JJ Abrams & Andrew

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A number of American TV shows, like Dark Angel and for many years The X-Files, are actually filmed in Canada.
This soundtrack takes an odd twist, in that, while the show is entirely American, the soundtrack contains at least four Canadian acts!
The Barenaked Ladies should need no introduction. Chantel Krevisaiuk is also the singer of the theme music from "Providence" ("In My Life") and is married to the lead singer of one of Canada's best bands, Our Lady Peace. 54-40 have been a staple of Canadian radio for over a decade, and Maren Ord is another Canadian.
Ironically, this season of Felicity was not seen on Canadian airwaves until early May 2002, several months after it appeared on The WB (or UPN, us Canucks can't tell 'em apart).
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wicked album! this is by far one of the best soundtracks iv ever owned. i purely got it for the fact i got into the TV series and the music on the scenes seemed to really fit well.i missed a bit of the softmore year series but i watched it a few nights and then got addicted to it.anyway's! a fantastic album! really really worth buying, and if your not into waiting for things to be shipped normally from online shopping, order this, its so worth the wait.the best tracks in my opinion have to be La Cienega Just Smiled - Ryan Adam & King of Yesterday - Jude,also the theme song is so wicked, a shame its not made into a longer version its so addictive.
so..FANTASTIC album, FANTASTIC TV show, lets just hope they do re-runs of it.
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By Ute Walker on Nov. 14 2003
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD on the off-chance, having "tuned in" to the music of the TV series but was prepared to be disappointed.
WOW was I wrong! This is a fabulous compilation and I congratulate whoever put it together. Sheer magic and my favourite is "Casual Viewin", a swinging, rocking, foottapper with hard-to-learn but easy-to-hear lyrics which are a little on the "wicked" side. WARNING!! Do not listen to this track while driving your car!! - You are likely to go ballistic!
My only question is, where to now? I have the sophomore and senior year collections. Will there be a third CD? Hopefully.
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By pdxbeautiful on June 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a pretty good selection of many different artists on one cd. I also very much enjoyed the show Felicity so it's nice to hear some of the music from the show.
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This cd includes a great variety of artists and songs. Great male & female voices, faster & slower songs, fun & serious lyrics. The show Felicity is one of my favorites so the songs bring back some good memories of favorite episodes. I am also into some of the following bands so if you like these, I'd guess you'll like this cd:
Jayhawks, Sister Hazel, Sarah McLaughlin, Indigo Girls, Pat McGee Band.
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I was hesitant to purchase this CD after hearing the first Felicity soundtrack. But this one is SO much better than the first! Not only will you be reminded of great scenes from the show, but you'll also enjoy the variety and mood of the tracks. They are both introspective AND upbeat, which is a nice change from the last Felicity album.
My only disappointment of the CD, and the only track I skip, is the one from Sixpence. They have written some incredible songs that any Felicity fan would love, but the one chosen for this album falls far short. But if I only have to skip one track to enjoy a soundtrack, I give it my highest recommendation!
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By Geoff Wolinetz on Nov. 13 2002
Format: Audio CD
Great album. Superbly selected mix of songs from Felicity's senior year. I think the clear standout on the album is Ryan Adams' "La Cienega Just Smiled", but the Barenaked Ladies, Maren Ord, Sixpence None The Richer and Jude all check in with songs to complement the general mood of the album, which complements the general mood of the show and that is light and subdued.
Also, I like the new theme song. I enjoyed the earlier W.G. "Snuffy" Walden version, but this one is catchy and fun. Overall, a worthy album.
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By A Customer on Oct. 4 2002
Format: Audio CD
If you loved Felicity as a show you will love listening to it all day. It is a nice variety of music for all.
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