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I Know What You Did Last Summer [Import, Soundtrack]

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1. Hush - Kula Shaker
2. Summer Breeze - Type O Negative
3. D.U.I. - The Offspring
4. Kid - Green Apple Quick Step
5. This Ain't The Summer Of Love - L7
6. Losin' It - Soul Asylum
7. Hey Bulldog - Toad The Wet Sprocket
8. My Baby's Got The Strangest Ways - Southern Culture On The Skids
9. Waterfall - The Din Pedals
10. Clumsy - Our Lady Peace
11. One Hundred Days - Flick
12. Great Life - Goatboy
13. 2Wicky - Hooverphonic
14. Don't Mean Anything - Adam Cohen
15. Proud - Korn

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Teen scream flicks like this one are back in vogue, though what's really horrifying here is Kula Shaker's pedestrian cover of Deep Purple's "Hush;" come in, lads, your 15 minutes is up. Elsewhere, Toad the Wet Sprocket show more teeth than usual in covering "Hey Bulldog," and Hooverphonic's brilliant "2Wicky" gets a last-gasp airing. The big news: Adam Cohen debuts with the darkly romantic "Don't Mean Anything," and there are promising hints that Leonard's son could be the real deal. --Jeff Bateman

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I Know What You Did La ~ I Know What You Did Last Summer

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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  34 reviews
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I Know What I Did In The Fall Of 1997. I Bought This CD! Feb. 22 2000
By Joe - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Way way back three years ago when I bought this CD, I essentially just got it for one song. I had seen the trailer for "I Know" and liked "Hush" by Kula Shaker. I bought the CD and played the hell outta that one song. I liked a bunch of the others, "Great Life" by Goatboy, "2wicky" by Hooverphonic, "Kid" by Green Apple Quick Step, "Hey, Bulldog" and "My Baby's Got The Strangest Ways" by Southern Culture on The Skids. So, in actuallity I loved the whole CD. After I saw the movie, I loved it even MORE. The other day, I was working out and I wanted some loud fun rock music to play. I went through my CD collection and pulled this dusty three year old disc out. I played it and now I've got those old songs in my head! It brought back a bunch of memories too. October of '97 was when I first started college. All in all, this is a great CD. Only a couple of the songs are stinkers. Truly the sign of a great soundtrack when the majority are good.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Quite enjoyable Oct. 29 2000
By Katie Holmes - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I finally bought this soundtrack after wanting it for many years. I really enjoyed the music from the film and this CD is full of nearly every song from it, except a couple including "Forgotten Too" by Ugly Beauty, which was one of the main reasons I bought it, but I am still satisfied with the majority of the album. My favourites are "Summer Breeze" -Type o Negative, "Hooverphonic" -2Wicky and "One Hundred Days" -Flick. I'm not entirely used to the CD yet so I won't judge any of the songs badly. I'd say if you enjoyed the film you should buy the Album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Late bloomer . . . a dim bulb brightens. June 8 2000
By Matthew Weaver - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Finally!
After three years of hemming and hawwing inexplicably, I finally bought this CD. Target song: "Hush," of course. I figured I could buy it, and if the rest of the CD blew, I'd at least have Kula Shakur.
Well, the rest of the CD doesn't blow. In fact, it's pretty good. You can listen to it all without retching in disgusted or writhing in torment, even if you're not a Korn fan.
My favorite songs on this soundtrack are "Hush," Type O Negative's "Summer Breeze," sungs in an irresistable baritone, and I'm now a Hooverphonic diehard because of "2Wicky."
Buy this CD.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best soundtracks! Jan. 31 2006
By Casey Winchester - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ok, so the movie was almost hated by everyone except for a choice few... me being one of them, but even if you dont like the movie you should pick up the soundtrack. The songs on this cd are great. My faves are The Din Pedals "Waterfall" this song is absoulutely beautiful, Our Lady Peace "Clumsy" Great Band, Great Song. Kula Shaker "Hush" This song just rocks, Type O Negative "Summer Breeze" Really cool remake of this song! Hooverphonic "2Wicky" this one is so awesome. All the songs are really well rounded but I think the best song on there is Adam Cohen "Don't Mean Anything" it is so dark and beautiful, has a malancholy feel its so haunting.... but great. Either way this cd is one of my favorite soundtracks of all time!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best Soundtracks available April 25 2000
By "easmith14@hotmail.com" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I bought this cd 2 years ago, because I had heard Kula Shaker's version of "Hush". Little did I know that I would love the entire album. "Waterfall" by The Din Pedals, and "Clumsy", by Our Lady Peace, make the album especially worth owning. This is one of those cd's that you can take anywhere. On a workout, on a trip, anywhere. This is definately one of the best compilation cd's I own.
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