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Nancy Drew () Soundtrack


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1. Come To California/Matthew Sweet
2. Perfect Misfit/Liz Phair
3. Kids in America/The Donnas
4. Pretty Much Amazing/Joanna
5. Looking For Clues/Katie Melua
6. Hey Nancy Drew/Price
7. Like A Star/Corinne Bailey Rae
8. Nice Day/Persephone's Bees
9. Blue Monday/Flunk
10. We Came To Party/J-Kwon
11. All I Need/Cupid
12. Party Tonight/Bizarre

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NANCY DREW is Warner Bros. Pictures' major motion picture adaptation of Carolyn Keene's classic children's book series. Adults and children alike can re-live the NANCY DREW phenomenon all over again with this fun-filled and rockin' soundtrack. Directed by ANDREW FLEMING (Craft, Dick), produced by JERRY WEINTRAUB (Ocean's 11, Karate Kid), and starring EMMA ROBERTS (Nickelodeon's UNFABULOUS), NANCY DREW: MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE features an all-star lineup of top artists spanning pop, rock, hip-hop, and R&B. It includes NINE NEWLY-RECORDED AND ORIGINAL EXCLUSIVE TRACKS from Liz Phair, J-Kwon, The Donnas, Matthew Sweet (w/ Susanna Hoffs of The Bangles), Bizarre, Cupid, Katie Melua, Price, and Joanna plus the hit Like A Star by Corinne Bailey Rae and more!

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Let's hear it for girl-positive soundtracks! This one treads ground familiar to fans of Freaky Friday, though it skews younger, going easier on the rock. Most of the tracks are new, which is refreshing, and the best of the bunch hop and bounce with absolutely infectious verve. In fact, the first five are pretty unimpeachable slices of energetic pop, with Liz Phair reminding everybody that she can craft some of the best choruses in town, Joanna delivering classic “whoo-hoo”s on "Pretty Much Amazing," and the Donnas and Katie Melua bringing it all home with covers of Kim Wilde's "Kids in America" and Robert Palmer's "Looking for Clues," respectively. Newcomers Price and Persephone's Bees play groovy 1960s songs, while J-Kwon and Cupid deliver light, party-happy hip-hop tracks. The sensitive, female-voiced side of things is represented by Corinne Bailey Rae's familiar "Like a Star" and Norwegian band Flunk's Björkish, acoustic-flavored cover of New Order's "Blue Monday," which is so mellow that it takes off the song's pained edge--although it wouldn't be entirely surprising if it turned into a surprise hit, as with Frente's cover of "Bizarre Love Triangle." --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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Amazon.com: 12 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
one song missing June 25 2008
By Yarny - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I loved the sound track, but I really loved the one song missing.
"When Did Your Heart Go Missing?" by Rooney
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great preteen movie Oct. 14 2008
By Julie A. Oliver - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Loved this movie. It has a bit of the it's good to be different message in it. It is refreshingly different from the Disney Tween pop culture Hannah Monhighschoolmusical overload that is pushed down our throats whenever we attempt a movie night. Also, it is a great lead in to a perhaps undiscovered genre. My kids are reading Nancy Drew fanatically since seeing this movie.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
where's "Rooney" Aug. 20 2008
By J. maiello - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Our favorite song "When did your heart go missing" is , itself, missing from the soundtrack!
Nancy Drew Is Cool . . . Even for Us Adults! Feb. 12 2010
By Danny Ray Camp, Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent collection of modern pop style music that even a 40+ year old man can enjoy without being embarrassed! Although I admitedly have an extremely eclectic taste in music, this is good stuff that is fun to hear over and over again. Also, there is nothing here that is inappropriate for even small children - a truly kid and parent friendly soundtrack!
Movie Soundtrack July 11 2013
By Angel1224 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I really enjoyed the movie, I was a Nancy Drew fan as a young teenager, and would recommend the movie as a wonderful movie to watch as a family. I loved the music included in the film, so the soundtrack was a natural purchase for me, however, I was disappointed that it didn't include the song from "Rufus".

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