Firstly, while I can understand the disappointment of my fellow reviewers with reference to the omission of the Michael Jackson song, I do wish that they had taken the time to review the songs on offer on this soundtrack to one of Spike Lee's more under stated films. There is much on offer here to meet the needs of any music lover. On the hip hop front, A Tribe Call Quest bring it their on conscious offering 'The Remedy', which, as far as I know isn't available on any other CD. GURU & Dougie fresh seem to be going through the motions on their cuts (Destiny Is Calling, & Tonight's the Nite) but then I've never been the biggest fan of either artist. One of the highlights of the soundtrack is an excellent cover of the Eddie Kendrick 1971 hit' Girl You Need a Change of Mind, by D'Angelo which is worth the purchase of the CD alone. Stevie Wonder also brings a unique interpretation on the Bob Marley hit' Redemption song'. Other highlights include the late great Curtis Mayfield singing 'New World order', which was the title track from his last CD, Blackstreet with lovely mid-tempo offering' Coming home', and my personal favourite, form the unsung Marc Dorsey, 'Welcome back', which hints at what this artist has to offer ( Crave being his one and only offering, as I speak, which I found disappointing) All in all a good varied CD.