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Santa Clause [Soundtrack]

George S. Clinton Audio CD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Balancing real life with good old-fashioned Saint Nick magic is a challenge for Tim Allen's jolly elf in the spirited Santa Clause 2--a dichotomy that the mix of vintage and contemporary holiday confections on its soundtrack also tackles. Brian Setzer struts through a rockabilly take on "Jingle Bells," while Hilary Duff (a.k.a. Lizzie McGuire) bounces down "Santa Claus Lane" with sugar-dusted pop effervescence and Shedaisy playfully modernize Kris Kringle on the boogie-woogie honky-tonk "Santa's Got a Brand New Bag." On the legend tip, the Shirelles' soul slow dance "Blue Holiday," Chuck Berry's bluesy rock classic "Run Rudolph Run," and Louis Armstrong's flavorful scat-jazz "Zat You Santa Claus" conjure picturesque, snow-covered holiday scenes of yore. Unwritten Law and Sum 41's particularly joyless rock/faux-rap collaboration aside, Santa Clause 2 is as frothy and lighthearted as a tall glass of eggnog--in other words, just as fun as a holiday-themed record should be. --Annie Zaleski

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4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad at all! Nov. 21 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This is a good album CD to grab if you want the soundtrack or just want some decent modern Christmas music. Since Amazon[.com] doesn't have a track listing, here it is.
1. Everybody loves christmas - Eddie Money and Robbie Spector
2. Santa Clause Lane - Hilary Duff
3. Santa's got a brand new bag - Shedaisy
4. Jingle Bells - Brian Setzer
5. Run Rudolph Run - Chuck Berry
6. Zat you Santa Clause - Louis Armstrong and the commanders
7. Santa Clause is coming to town - Smokey Robinson & miracles
8. Blue Holiday - The Shirelles
9. Unwritten Christmas - Unwritten law and Sum 41
10. I'm gonna lasso Santa Clause - Brenda Lee
11. Santa Clause is coming to town - Steve Tyrell
12. North Pole(Score) - George S. Clinton
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3.0 out of 5 stars "Santa Clause Lane" by Hilary Jan. 6 2003
Format:Audio CD
Okay, I'm only rating Track 2, Santa Clause Lane sung by Hilary Duff (aka. Lizzie McGuire on ZoogDisney). Her voice is light, not strong at all, with little talent. But she managed to perform with an "angel" effect. The beat and rythim are nice and even, but they get ruined when she sings "Walking this Christmas down..." The melody is smooth and sticks in your head for just a little while. As I said before, Hilary has vague talent, so I didn't rate 4 stars, but she makes an attempt and the song's fair so I give it 3 stars!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Where are all the songs? Jan. 6 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Yet another disappointment in Hollywood soundtracks. Another one of those "music inspired by" coasters. A few songs missing in the album have my children playing the overrated DVD over and over again just to hear them. Stuff like; Molly Shannon's embarassing rendition of "Feeling like a woman" Santa remix and the poppy "Naughty Naughty Boy" song played while young charlie defaces the gymnasium wall. Please someone tell me where I can find these songs so that I may plug headphones into my childrens' heads!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cool SoundTrack to have Nov. 22 2002
Format:Audio CD
I have hear the music and enjoyed hearing it. The music is so cool to hear. You will enjoy owned this SoundTrack and hearing the music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Haven't Heard it ,Sorry! Nov. 9 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Has anyone even heard this album yet and who's on it besides Hilary Duff singing 'Santa Claus Lane'?
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