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Barbershop: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack

3.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 10 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • ASIN: B00006GO7Z
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #126,624 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. The Speech (Intro) - Cedric The Entertainer & Ice Cube
2. Trade It All (Part 2) - Fabolous, P. Diddy & Jagged Edge
3. Stingy - Ginuwine
4. What's Come Over Me? - Glenn Lewis & Amel Larrieux
5. Love Session - Ghostface Killah (feat. Ruff Endz)
6. And We - P. Diddy, Black Rob, Big Azz, Ko-Kaine, G. Dep, Foxy Brown, Craig Mack & The Mighty Ha
7. Could've Been You - 3lLW
8. Baby Girl (Terri's Theme) - B2K
9. Sneaky - Jhene (feat. Lil Fizz Of B2K)
10. I See You - Best Man
11. Better To Leave - Jordan Brown
12. Baby, Baby, Baby - Collin
13. Ben - Lil Kano
14. Got To Give It Up (Part 1) - Marvin Gaye
15. I'll Take You There - The Staple Singers
16. Big Booty Girls (Outro) - Ice Cube, Michael Ealy, Leon Collier "Jam", Ray Thompson & Eric Lane

Product Description

Barber Shop ~ Barbershop

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
Man soundtracks used to be the schiznit! Man almost every good black film from the late 80's early 90's had a good soundtrack also. Man not anymore. Lately these soundtracks have sucked! And this one can be lumped right into the rest of these lately! This sucks! And that's a shame because I heard the movie was really good. The single "Trade it All" with F A B O L O U S, Jagged Edge and P Diddy is just your typical radio jam. Nothing special about it. The Ginuwine cut "Stingy" is nice. I'd have to say he's been coming with the slow jams the last couple of years. But here in DTOWN that song has been in rotation since May constantly. Glen Lewis and Amel Larrieux have a nice selection called "What's Come Over Me". GL sounds so much like Stevie Wonder sometimes. It's reminiscent of some songs on his CD, which is also good. After that you have your B2K's and 3LW's of the world singin about mess they know nothing about. I'm tired of these lil phools singing to me about life. Just a bunch of spares! See back in the day what made a soundtrack were the jams that didn't hit the radio, like the Somethin Somethin remix on the "Love Jones" Soundtrack or Top of the World from the "Menace To Society" soundtrack or I'm Still Waiitin from the "New Jack City" soundtrack. Man the radio jams on here are weak and there's nothing else to go with it! Hopefully the next soundtrack coming will break this pitiful trend
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This is a typical soundtrack featuring lots of big commercial names and many unknowns; old and new songs. Starting off with the lead single I Need A Girl part 45 featuring none other than P. Diddy as well as Fabolous and Jagged Edge starts it off with a nice track. Ginuwine scores on Stingy and Glenn Lewis & Amel Larriuex (of Groove Theory) get busy on What Come Over Me. Even P. Diddy & The Family's And We is a decent track with a nice beat. 3LW and B2K each show up for tracks that are actually above average. Best Man's song I See You is a smooth uptempo track that is listenable. The album has two old school classics; Marvin Gaye's Got To Give It Up and The Staples- I'll Take You There both of which are welcome additions.
The sorry songs however are really bad. Jhene, Collin, Jordan Brown, and Lil Kano's songs should have been completely left off because they are wack subpar tracks that are weak in comparison to the rest of the album. The soundtrack in itself is worth having even if its just for the two classics and "What's Come Over Me" performed by Glenn Lewis & Amel Larrieux. This is a solid disc just not a must hear for most people.
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Most soundtracks these days have absolutely nothing to do with the movie at all, and, many times, have awful tracks that ruin the vibe of the movie. The BarberShop soundtrack is DEFINITELY an exception to that myth!! If you've seen the commercials and previews for the movie, then you already know that Cedric the Entertainer is the main comedy source in the movie, which is what draws us to want to see it on September 13th! 1st track on the CD is an intro from Cedric the Entertainer that is hilarious! Then, it kicks off right into the music. Fabolous and P. Diddy definitely hooked "Trade It All" up, adding Jagged Edge in the background like icing on a cake. P. Diddy definitely made this remix hot, as he has with so many other remixes in the past. Ginuwine's track, "Stingy", is the kinda track that a man would play for his woman after a long hard day at work to kick off the romance ---- just as many of the other tracks on this CD. Glenn Lewis has a duet entitled "What's Come Over Me?" that is very beautiful, and it introduces a new lady to the industry that has the most angelic voice. That is something you can't describe with words!! I am still not sure why Ghostface Killah called his track "Love Session". It just doesn't seem that a Killah would have a song called "Love Session", but Ruff Endz smooth everything over in the song, balancing everything out. A lot of the other songs are from new and upcoming artists, so it gives you a sneak preview of what's in the near future. B2K has a track on it, as well as P. Diddy and the Fam (who you know do it betta?). All and all...this CD is perfect for whatever vibe or mood you in at the time you press "PLAY". There's a track on here for just about everything and everybody! Enjoy this masterpiece, and make sure you see the movie on September 13th!
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Though it lines up contemporary pop players from B2K to P. Diddy to 3LW, the soundtrack to the African American comedy, Barbershop also allows an older generation a little say.
The Staples Singers' gospel funk, "I'll Take You There," and Marvin Gaye's smoldering party tune, "Got to Give It Up (Part 1)," cap this urban set with a timeless note. Leading up to that, Ginuwine adds the sassy slow jam "Stingy"; Glen Lewis and Amel Larrieux duet on the cute beat-soul of "What's Come Over Me?"; and Ghostface Killah and Ruff Endz unite for the pretty "Love Session," a song equal parts sharp beats and soft heart.
P. Diddy and the Family strut more streetwise stuff, adding the snappy hip-hop shot "And We." But even the music-plus mogul softens up, uniting with Fabolous and Jagged Edge for the fluid, tuneful anthem, "Trade It All, Part 2."
top songs in the album:
1.Trade It All Part 2
2.What's Come Over Me?
4.And We
5.Baby Girl
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