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The Bad News Bears Soundtrack

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1. Promise - SIMPLE PLAN
2. Bad Reputation - SENSES FAIL
3. Everything Is Alright - MOTION CITY SOUNDTRACK
5. This Is War - BEN KWELLER
6. Centerfield - JOHN FOGERTY
8. Cocaine - ERIC CLAPTON
9. Muscle Of Love - ALICE COOPER
10. Stranglehold - TED NUGENT
11. Close To Champaign - LOS STRAITJACKETS
12. Wack Wack - YOUNG-HOLT TRIO
13. Meet Mr. Buttermaker - EDWARD SHEARMUR
15. Dictatorship - EDWARD SHEARMUR

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The soundtrack to the remake of this 1976 classic includes music from some of today's top indie/rock acts. Artists include Simple Plan, Phantom Planet, Ben Kweller, Motion City Soundtrack, Los Strait Jackets and many more. Ryko. 2005.

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Dazed & Confused meets Baseball July 27 2005
By Underground Reborn - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Richard Linklater was the perfect director to remake this classic comedy, because Linklater knows that music needs to move a movie. 'Bad News Bears' has a soundtrack that goes right up there with 'Dazed & Confused' and 'School of Rock'. This soundtrack pays homage to the origional films score from 'Carmen' and pays tribute to the happening 70's with some awesome classic rock tunes. Artists include John Fogerty, Alice Cooper and Ted Nugent. There are also so great covers of some well known classics inlcuding a decent cover of 'Wipeout' by underground sensations Phantom Planet. And of course to entertain the mainstream fans a song from Simple Plan. If you don't feel that the movie is up to par with the 1976 classic I beleive if they would have made a rock soundtrack to the origional these songs would have surley made the cut.