Shrek the Third Import
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Australian pressing of the soundtrack to the 2007 animated feature starring Mike Meyers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and others. This Aussie-only pressing adds 'Touched By Love' by Eran James as a bonus track plus includes a bonus fold out poster booklet with all the film's characters. Other artists featured on the soundtrack include the Eels, Led Zeppelin, The Ramones, Fergie, Paul McCartney & Wings, Harry Chapin and more. Dreamworks.
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The song that is missing from the soundtrack (no idea why they left it off) is by Damien Rice and it is called 9 crimes. Beautiful song. It was featured on Grey's Anatomy earlier in the year.
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Appearing again (he's been on all 3 soundtracks) is Eels, opening with the upbeat "Royal pain", and appearing again the sunny but merlancholic "Losing streak".
Black Eyed Pea Fergie does a chugging version of the Heart rocker "Barracuda". "Best days" by Matt White is sunny and upbeat, the choppy rocker "Joker and the thief" by Wolfmother (with wailing vocals), the jangly, midtempo "Other ways" by Trevor Hall (great voice), and "What I gotta do" is a soulful ballad by Macy Gray (also featured on her superb new CD "Big").
We get the singing donkey again, Eddie Murphy (with Antonio Banderas), on a remake of the funky Sly & The Family Stone hit "Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again)". "Final showdown" is a showtune like piano ballad by Maya Rudolph and Rupert Everett, and "Charming's plan" is a sweeping cinematic instrumental by Harry Greggson-Williams.
Some oldies show up; "Immigrant song" by Led Zeppelin, "Live & let die" by Wings, "Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?" by The Ramones, and the lovely "Cats in the cradle" by Harry Chapin.
Good, 4 and a half stars really!