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Here on Earth Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 19 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • ASIN: B00004S2BE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

1. Pick A Part That's New - Stereophonics
2. We Have Forgotten - Sixpence None The Richer
3. Running Out Of Tick Tocks - Tim James
4. Skyfall - Neve
5. I Need Love - Sixpence None The Richer
6. If You Sleep - Tal Bachman
7. Whatever Turns You On - Devin
8. Don't Need A Reason - Beth Orton
9. 1000 Oceans - Tori Amos
10. Where You Are - Jessica / Nick Lachey
11. Score With Poem - Andrea Morricone / Spoken Word
12. Score Suite - Andre Morricone

Product Description

Originally Release 2000 , from the Leelee Sopieski and Josh Hartnett movie. Featuring Sixpence None the Richer, Tal Bachman, TOriginally Amos , Stereophonics , Beth Orton and also the score suite from Andrea Morricone.

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By A Customer on April 7 2000
Format: Audio CD
I bought the CD before the movie came out, and I'm very satisfied with it. A great collection, capturing the emotions and moods of the movie quite aptly. Unfortunately, the movie itself lacked somewhat but this soundtrack can't be beat. Some highlights: If You Sleep, by Tal Bachman, I Need Love, by Sixpence None the Richer, Tic Tocs, by Tim James, 1,000 Oceans, by Tori Amos, and Skyfall, by Neve. The orchestral score and Birches are lovely, emotive works. They brought tears to my eyes even before I saw the tear-jerker movie. This CD really has appeal for everyone, from classical (the orchestral pieces), to rock (Pick A Part That's New, Sterophonics) to pop (Where You Are, by Jessica Simpson), to folk (Sixpence's selections) to alternative (Skyfall's contribution and Devin's "Whatever Turns You On.."). It's both fun (Tic Tocs) and serious (If You Sleep). It's intelligent (We Have Forgotten) and romantic (Birches). I guarantee that everyone will find at least one track on this CD that they appreciate, and most people should find the entire collection delightful and thought-provoking.
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Format: Audio CD
I fell in love with this movie and had to get the soundtrack and its wonderful! You see the movie in your mind as you listen to the songs. . . like "I Need Love" you see Kelley danceing with the cows. . . "Whatever Turns You on Turns Me On" you see Sam danceing around making brakefast. . . "Tic Tocs" you see Jasper give Sam a hug as they make up. . . "1000 Oceans" you see Kelley and Sam being apart from each other. . . etc. Its like seeing the movie with just listening to it. If you are a fan of HERE ON EARTH I recommend this cd highly. Its a must have with the movie!With its extra bouns of the track BRICHES where Sam and Kelley are reading it adds the cherry to the top. . . the best part. :) Hope you all enjoy it as much as I do! :)
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Format: Audio CD
I loaned my copy to a friend before I listened, and I just got it back. I'm surprised at how good it is! The obvious highlight is the radio ballad "Where You Are" by Jessica Simpson & Nick Lachey, but there are many more strong songs. The two Sixpence None The Richer songs are top notch. Tori Amos gives us more of her famous lyric writing skills with 1,000 Oceans, and Tal Bachman's song If You Sleep definately grows on you. The instrumental at the end entitled Here On Earth Score Suite is interesting, but kind of sounds out of place. The songs by Neve and Beth Orton are just medium, but as I have only listened to the CD a few times I am sure they will grow on me. If you are a fan of the movie you'll love the soundtrack.
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By derek glidewell on May 23 2000
Format: Audio CD
I liked "Here on earth" the film so I automatically bought the soundtrack.I was kinda dissapointed,I was hoping the soundtrack would be as good as the film,but it wasn't.The cd boasts some nice music,mainly Beth Orton's "Don't need a reason",but also has some poor music on it too.I know alot of people who like Jessica Simpson,but I can't stand her,the song "Where you are" sucks and blows at the same time,and I hate Devin's "Whatever turns you on".
I would recomend this cd,"Here on earth" is worth your money and time.
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By A Customer on March 16 2000
Format: Audio CD
Neve. that is the only reason to buy this album. with ear strains like jessica simpson here, it makes you not want to buy this, because the record companies will think "hey look, its selling because of her song". no, thats not it at all. hearing her voice makes me want to slit my wrists, but thats besides the point. anyways, "skyfall" by neve is an awesome song. nothing on this sdtk even wants to come close to it. and if it could.. well, ok, so it wouldnt.
maybe toss the Thong Song on here, and itd be a perfect love story ending.
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Format: Audio CD
Sam Phillips is one of the best songwriters of our time. her "I Need Love" has always been a classic. It's great to see that song on this soundtrack. Unfortunately, it's not Sam performing.
But if it can't actually be Sam, at least it's Sixpence None The Richer covering Sam. It's a great cut. Forget about Neve, this song is the only reason to buy this CD. You even get a bonus Sixpence track thrown in.
Eveyone that buys this CD should also buy Sixpence's self titled album and Any Sam Phillips CDs they can find.
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By Bri on April 2 2000
Format: Audio CD
The spirit of the film has been captured in this soundtrack. How fitting to include "Birches." I love Where You Are, and it reminds me of the death of Leelee's character. This soundtrack is filled with tracks that can evoke memories of the film. In regards to the comment about Black Balloon, perhaps stalled contract negotiations? To anyone looking for a good soundtrack, you can't go wrong with this. It is a must.
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Format: Audio CD
Features great tunes from Jessica Simpson, Neve, Tal Bachman, Sixpence None The Richer and Tori Amos, you can't go wrong. An incredibly diverse pick of songs, though the gem are the two poetry/scores at the end of the soundtrack. The get the real vibe of the film going. I hope the movie can live up, and it looks like it will, with great thespians like Leelee Sopieski and Josh Hartnett standing in.
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