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V1 Dawsons Creek Songs From Enhanced, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 20 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony Imports
  • ASIN: B00000IMY8
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #87,279 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Kiss Me - Sixpence None The Richer
2. Lose Your Way - Sophie B. Hawkins
3. Feels Like Home - Chantal Kreviazuk
4. Life's A Bitch - Shooter
5. Ready For A Fall - PJ Olsson
6. Stay You - Wood
7. Any Lucky Penny - Nikki Hassman
8. Shimmer - Shawn Mullins
9. London Rain - Heather Nova
10. To Be Loved - Curtis Stigers
11. Letting Go - Sozzi
12. Crying Ophelia - Adam Cohen
13. Did You Ever Love Somebody - Jessica Simpson
14. I Don't Want To Wait - Paula Cole

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Dawsons Creek ~ Songs From Dawson's Creek [Enha

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This souvenir from the popular teen television drama contains several high-profile pop smashes tied to the show (Sixpence None the Richer's "Kiss Me," Paula Cole's "I Don't Want to Wait," and Shawn Mullins's "Shimmer"), along with a number of other tracks similar in tone and style. That is to say, if those songs' slightly wounded romanticism appeals to you, you're likely to find something else here you'll dig. --Rickey Wright

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By littlecaspian on Feb. 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
I remember how I was so excited when this soundtrack first came out- the show had introduced me to so many songs that I loved, yet hadn't been able to track down (pre-internet knowledge), so when I flung it into my stereo and pressed play, I was a little disappointed. No Chantal's "Before You", no Billie Myers kissing the rain, no Jann Arden singing about her "Good Mother", and definitely no Blink 182 telling the world "Dammit".
But I listened anyway. I kept the disc in there, playing it whenever I was hanging around, and a funny thing happened- I loved it. Although there are some stand-out tracks, it was the general feel of the songs, and the way they were put together to make up the album, that really encapsulated the show for me. Now, whenever I want to remember those moments from the show, or want to feel the water at the end of the dock, the grass beneath my feet, and the craziness of emotions, I put this disc in and press play.
My favorite songs became-
"London Rain"- somehow works perfectly as both a vivid reminder of the scene it was played over in the show, and a personal memory of rainy days and hopeful hearts.
"Letting Go"- this song is just divine, I can't help but sing along to its mournful little chorus.
"Stay You"- an infectious, swinging, soulful song.
"Feels Like Home"- Chantal's music just seems like Creek stuff now; it has that whispery, summery, fresh quality to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Aug. 19 2003
Format: Audio CD
this is an excellent cd, even for those of you who don't watch the show.
I have watched so many episodes of Dawson's creek, and I feel like i know the characters so well. The music they use to convey the emotions that the characters are feeling, and what we are supposed to feel is beautiful. The songs on this soundtrack are amazing, and have so many memories built into them. I recommend this cd to anyone who is thinking about buying it.
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By "eurotrashgirl" on Oct. 2 2000
Format: Audio CD
Although I've never even seen Dawson's Creek, I came across the soundtrack by chance one day, and I'm so glad I did. I had heard the song, "London Rain," on the radio and loved it, so when I saw it was on the album, I was curious to see what else was on it. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I like every song on the album.
Lyrically, I believe these songs are *excellent*. They are threaded with nostalgia, hope, wonderment, a touch of pain and a corresponding sense of wanting safety, security, love, friendship. And yes, a bit of sadness as well. It's a "bittersweet" collection of songs, mellow and reassuring, like a loyal golden retriever.
Favorites are "London Rain," "Crying Ophelia," and "Stay You." Other highlights are the "Feels Like Home" song, and the "Where will you go after me?" song (PJ Olson). And of course, the three hits "Shimmer," "I Don't Wanna Wait," and "Kiss Me," are brilliant. Fans of the song "Soulfully" (which is *not* on the CD), and which I read somewhere was in the show at some point should check out catie curtis' self-titled album.
The only drawback I can think of is that there seem to be a number of other great songs which weren't included. Hopefully, more compilations are on the way. Volume 2 is slated for an October 3, 2000 release, so that's a start.
I honestly like every song on this album. Which is nice, because it means I never have to skip tracks. :)
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Format: Audio CD
What a soundtrack! Whoever picked this selection should recieve an award! I hear you say, I don't think it deserves all this praise and, on first listening, you would be right to doubt the praise I bestow upon this CD!
Okay, the Heather Nova track, London Rain is mesmerising as is the Sophie B hawkin's song. Some people are sick of the Paula COle song, not ME! Every time the chorus belts out I find myself singing along and getting all tingly. When I hear this song memories from the show rush through me, especially the ever twisting Dawson/Joey romance! The Curtis Stiger song, excellent!
What I liked about this CD is that the songs mirror the shows theme perfectly, love and how it can hurt, bring joy and ultimately fill the hole everyone has in their life until it comes along.
On the CD, is a good mix of rock, love, bitter-sweet love songs. All should twinge something in each listener as most of the lyrics I can relate to from my own personal experience!
Buy this CD for easy listening or if your just a fan of the show cos it's excellent!
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Format: Audio CD
I really enjoyed the Dawsons Creek Cd, I listen to it nearly every night. when I first bought it I was definantly dissapointed because I knew hardly any of the songs but after a while most of them are going to radio and I spose I have really have grown to it. though it is a great Cd, there could of been a definant variaty put into it, such as more upbeet songs from Barenaked ladies and alsorts of other fun bands but most of the songs are slow love songs which when first listened to can be a little boring. there were two songs that I was and am still disapointed about not being included, these are 1. Angel, by Sara Mcloclan when that was on Dawsons creek it made me ball like a baby and I most likely wouldnt of, if it wasnt for that particular song, and 2.the other i dont know the name of but it was the opening song of the first season( you know the one). Besides all those points I loved the Cd, infact I am listening to it right now,Shubadoopdoowa,yeh lifes a Bitch and then you die, So true.Nah have fun go Mad
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