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Reality Bites

Various Audio CD
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1. My Sharona - The Knack
2. Spin The Bottle - Juliana Hatfield Three
3. Bed Of Roses - The Indians
4. When You Come Back To Me - World Party
5. Going, Going, Gone - The Posies
6. Stay - Lisa Leob & Nine Stories
7. All I Want Is You - U2
8. Locked Out - Crowded House
9. Spinning Around Over - Lenny Kravitz
10. I'm Nuthin' - Ethan Hawke
11. Turnip Farm - Dinosaur Jr.
12. Revival - Me Phi Me
13. Tempted - Squeeze
14. Baby I Love Your Way - Big Mountain

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Various Artists ~ Reality Bites: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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4.0 out of 5 stars opening credits song? May 18 2004
By sj
Format:Audio CD
what is the song in the opening credits of the play, during the after graduation rooftop pot celebrations? please post here or email song title at s_jaffri@hotmail.com
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not having this "bites". Sept. 24 2003
By H3@+h
Format:Audio CD
Some people don't like the fact that this is so 1994. That's exactly why I like it. Of course with every movie soundtrack, it helps if you liked the movie too, which I did, I mean come on, Winona! But anyway. I can actually say that in some way i like every song here. You got the more well known bands like "The Knack", "U2", and "Lenny Kravitz", all with good songs. But I like the stuff from "Dinosaur Jr.", "Crowded House", and "Juliana Hatfield" just as much. Now that I think about it, I believe "Stay" was the big song off this. Even the "Ethan Hawke" song is decent. Basically this is just a great thing to put on whenever you're in your grunge/slacker mood.
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I was just the right age to be enchanted by this movie when it came out. I was barely into high school and thought, "Oh, that's what life will be like after college!" ... I also felt that way about the music in the film: that even though I thought the concepts were somewhat simplistic and the lyrics mostly seemed forced, I would someday find it deep and relevant. Alas, as I reach the age of the characters in the film, I realize that this has not occurred.
The majority of the songs on this album, for me anyway, blend into the similar-sounding oevres of many early-90's bands. The lyrics are bland, the musicianship mediocre, and the sole redeeming value of the songs is their polemical approach to emotion; the world in these songs is full of either ice-cream-cone-sweet (and equally drippy) cliches of happiness and love, or vague, undefined rants against feeling much of anything at all except anger. There are, however, a few reasons why I still haven't sold this one for lunch money. The soundtrack does have a few gems, and especially taken alongside the other songs on the CD they really stand out. One is U2's sentimental yet poetic "All I Want Is You". I would recommend purchasing the far superior album on which this track appears, however, instead of sticking yourself with this soundtrack for the sake of that song alone. "Stay" is another very well-written track, though not as good a song as its endless radio play at the time suggested. If its past overplay doesn't give you nausea to this day when you hear the song, it is a simplistic yet evocative love song in the style of the songs of Jewel. Finally, the Juliana Hatfield song and the Ethan Hawke song are worth having for their humor factor; Hatfield's baby-doll voice cursing in her song is just too cute, and Hawke's folksy tune is a strange blend of Nirvana-esque lyrics and Phil Ochs-like guitar playing.
If you have't heard of the lesser-known bands on this CD, there's a reason.
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4.0 out of 5 stars musical accompaniment to culture vs. counterculture Sept. 21 2002
Format:Audio CD
"Reality Bites" was one of those memorable cinematic delights that examined the battle between culture and counterculture. Remember making that choice between good versus evil? Suburbs versus city. New VW Beetle versus the 1960s model. T.G.I. Fridays versus SoHo vegan cuisine. The Gap versus vintage clothing. Dave Matthews Band versus the Violent Femmes. Drew Carey versus Sarah Silverman. Jerry Bruckheimer versus Kevin Smith. Jay Leno versus Carson Daly. Julia Roberts versus Janeane Garofalo. Summer blockbusters versus indies. Even Amazon.com versus e-zines. No matter how you choose, this soundtrack will most likely please. It is a bit heavy on the mainstream side, but songs by Lisa Loeb and others help contribute to the iconoclast factor (a la Ethan Hawke's character). If anything, listening to these tracks will bring back memories from ten years ago, when life was still "so-over-you" complicated, but not as much as today.
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2.0 out of 5 stars a bit dated Feb. 13 2002
By momazon
Format:Audio CD
This CD tries too hard, as did the movie. (Slang in a title will do that.) There are perhaps 5 songs of the 14 that are all right. It's from 1994 and it just screams "1994". I remember the actors in the movie as seeming too old for their roles as recent college grads trying to find their way, and the music seems like some old music exec decided these songs were what cool people in college listened to. UGH.
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4.0 out of 5 stars When you come back to me July 24 2001
Format:Audio CD
Varied songs, so everyone has a taste of somethin they'd like . A classic. Soundtracks don't get much better than this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great sountrack.... May 25 2001
Format:Audio CD
Nice songs that fit the theme of the movie, but varied enough to satisfy most people's tastes - what could be better?
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5.0 out of 5 stars "IF WE FALL, LOVE WILL CATCH US EVERYTIME." March 29 2001
Format:Audio CD
This is an awesome soundtrack; it breaks all the rules. Wait. You know what? REALITY BITES doesn't care about the rules so it didn't realize it was breaking them! LOVE IT!
Herein is Real Music with variety yet great composition; full of attitude and emotion, including a fabulous blend of songs--some with very meaningful lyrics (like the great "All I Want Is You" by U2) and some just plain fun lyrics (like "My Sharona" by The Knack.) In short this soundtrack has HEART.
BED OF ROSES
"Some people can't speak their minds freely. Some people walk the streets at night alone. It's so easy to make an empty heart your home.
Life it can lift you up; it can drag you down. Life don't have to be no bed of roses.
Some people just can't have it easy. Some people have to fall before they can fly. It's funny how we live in the same place on the same earth at the same time."
[In memory of Angela Renee Hudson. You are flying now my friend.]
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