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Snatch: Stealin' Stones & Breakin' Bones [Import, Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack]

John Murphy Audio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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1. Diamond - Klint
2. "Vere iz Da Storn - Benicio Del Toro
3. Supermoves - Overseer
4. Hernandos Hideaway - The Johnston Brothers
5. "Zee Germans - Jason Statham
6. Golden Brown - The Stranglers
7. Dreadlock Holliday - 10cc
8. Kosha Nostra theme - John Murphy and Daniel L Griffiths
9. "Avi arrives" - Dennis Farina
10. Cross The Tracks (We Better Go Back) - Maceo & the Macks
11. Disco Science - Mirwais
12. "Nemesis" - Alan Ford
13. Hot Pants(I'm Coming, Coming, I'm Coming) - Bobby Bird
14. Lucky Star - Madonna
15. "Come again" - Alan Ford
16. Ghost Town - The Specials
17. "Shrinking balls" - Vinnie Jones
18. Sensual Woman - The Herbaliser
19. Angel - Massive Attack
20. "RRRR...Rumble" - Charles Cork
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Director Guy Ritchie has that Tarantino instinct for song intros that immediately arrest the attention. The best example is the Stranglers' classic "Golden Brown", which never gets further than its opening 30 seconds in the movie; ditto "Ghost Town" from the Specials. The album opens with the tour-de-force instrumental of Klint's "Diamond", which builds from the one instinct into his other for sustained rhythms. It's a cracking beginning as things move into triple speed with Overseer's "Supermoves". Following them up is a pretty eclectic bag of allsorts, but like the film itself, it all just about hangs together. There is reggae from 10cc with "Dreadlock Holiday", saucy soul from Bobby Byrd's "Hot Pants (I'm Coming, Coming, I'm Coming)", and oh look there's Madonna! Ritchie obviously considers their relationship his "Lucky Star". A little star power never hurts of course, and that is also provided by Massive Attack getting all Doors-like for "Angel", and Oasis "F**kin' in the Bushes". In the liberally sprinkled dialogue cuts, Alan ("Bricktop") Ford is as frightening on record as on film. It isn't quite Ritchie's Pulp Fiction, but all the hallmarks are certainly here. --Paul Tonks

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Import pressing features three additional tracks over the US edition. Soundtrack to film by UK director Guy Ritchie (Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels) and starring Brad Pitt. Features irresistably eclectic mix of new and old and includes classic tracks by The Specials, Massive Attack, Madonna, Oasis, Mirwais and The Stranglers among others. Universal.

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that doesn't stop that from being one cracker of a cd. the UK edition has 15 songs and 8 quotes from the film making a total of 23 tracks in all. the tracks are very cool the stranglers golden brown and 10cc's dreadlock holiday and overseer's supermoves being my faves but the cd as a whole is pucker. if there is one cd soundtrack you need to get this year is the one. one quick note the US tracklisting differs slightly in terms of running order i do believe in closing if you enjoyed the film (i know i did i saw it twice) you will dig the music on this disc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Love it! Nov. 22 2000
Format:Audio CD
It reflects the different states u pass by when watching this movie! Great as a "car drive" cd.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best soundtrack out there!!!!! Sept. 4 2002
By G-Man
Format:Audio CD
Mirwais, Oasis, Massive Attack, Overseer, Klint, Madonna, even some of the grreaat one-lines from the movie. "Do you know what nemesis means?" Well get this soundtrack either way. Mirwais' "Disco Science" is awesome, as is "Fuckin in the Bushes" by Oasis (and I am NOT an Oasis fan). "Angel" by Massive Attack...incredible. Just get it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic collection Nov. 22 2009
Format:Audio CD
This is a great compilation for any fan of the movie. (N.B. not appropriate for young ears)
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars  13 reviews
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars UK issue of snatch cd different to US issue but.... Jan. 22 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
that doesn't stop that from being one cracker of a cd. the UK edition has 15 songs and 8 quotes from the film making a total of 23 tracks in all. the tracks are very cool the stranglers golden brown and 10cc's dreadlock holiday and overseer's supermoves being my faves but the cd as a whole is pucker. if there is one cd soundtrack you need to get this year is the one. one quick note the US tracklisting differs slightly in terms of running order i do believe in closing if you enjoyed the film (i know i did i saw it twice) you will dig the music on this disc.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great music from a great film. April 17 2014
By Click - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
When done well , music used in a movie adds to the story/plot/action. Guy Ritchie is a director that is deft with his soundtracks and 'Snatch' is one of his better examples.

Here are a variety of musical styles that not only make a scene better but they will also stand on their own. How can you not love 'Dreadlock Holiday' or 'Don't You Just Know It'. The song 'Angel" (by Massive Attack) has been used in many other shows but never a better use than in 'Snatch'

Also included are various bits of movie dialog , notable is Alan Ford explaining what a nemesis is.

Is Guy Ritchie the Quentin Tarantino of Brittan or is Quentin Tarantino the Guy Ritchie of the U.S.A. ?

Who cares ... this is fun stuff.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AWFUL shipping! Feb. 22 2014
By Susan R - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Took two weeks to come from NC to me IN NC! Movie Mars blamed the weather, when it HADN'T EVEN SNOWED IN NC YET!. Movie Mars has not yet made any attempts to appease this customer for having to wait so long for no good reason. The cd is great, but it arrived with case broken. I WILL NEVER ORDER FROM THIS SELLER AGAIN AND i ADVISE OTHERS NOT TO EITHER.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Snatch Aug. 20 2011
By David - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an awesome soundtrack it is enjoyable and fun to listen to. the best songs on this Soundtrack are all of them. if you have not listened to this soundtrack then i recommend you do
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars you will love this album! June 26 2009
By Kirsten M. Ritchie - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
it's just soooo good, even all these years later! if you're considering it, get it, you won't regret it. such a cool mix, i bought it after seeing the movie again and it's been in my player since
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