How often do we buy soundtrack albums for one great song and figure out the rest of the album seems to be coasting on the legend of that one song? I'd say pretty often, and exhibiting that phenomenon more than most records is Romeo and Juliet, a huge hit probably because "#1 Crush"'s success as a single. That song is one of Garbage's best, full of desire so dark, it threatens to kill more than it threatens to love. It's a visceral masterpiece, and the rest of the album is just sorta there around it. Mundy's "To You I Bestow," Radiohead's "Talk Show Host," and the Cardigan's "Lovefool" are good enough songs, but for the most part, it just seems to fill space (do you honestly remember any of Gavin Friday's "Angel" or Everclear's "Local God" when thinking of this cd?).