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American Pie: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (June 29, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: June 29, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • ASIN: B00000JHCN
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,499 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. New Girl - Third Eye Blind
2. You Wanted More - Tonic
3. Mutt - Blink 182
4. Glory - Sugar Ray
5. Super Down - Super Transatlantic
6. Find Your Way Back Home - Dishwalla
7. Good Morning Baby - Dan Wilson/Bic Runga
8. Stranger By The Day - Shades Apart
9. Summertime - Bachelor Number One
10. Vintage Queen - Goldfinger
11. Sway - Bic Runga
12. Wishen - The Loose Nuts
13. Man With The Hex - The Atomic Fireballs

Editorial Reviews

1 x CD Compilation
Europe 1999

1Third Eye BlindNew Girl2:14
2TonicYou Wanted More3:52
3Blink-182Mutt3:23
4Sugar RayGlory3:29
5Super TransAtlanticSuper Down4:07
6DishwallaFind Your Way Back Home4:04
7Dan Wilson & Bic RungaGood Morning Baby3:34
8Shades ApartStranger By The Day4:02
9Bachelor Number OneSummertime3:46
10GoldfingerVintage Queen3:04
11Bic RungaSway4:22
12Loose Nuts, TheWishen3:04
13Atomic Fireballs, TheMan With The Hex3:01

Customer Reviews

It just gives you chills, really unbelievable chills!!
A. Jabry
There are some good songs on this CD, but the great songs from the actual soundtrack are NOT on this recording.
Cindi Hawley
It's a really awesome cd with great artists and you should buy it if you like alternative music.
drafter_jay@hotmail.com

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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By "koolwhip600" on August 15, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anomaly (calling your name) - Libra Presents Taylor
At Last - Etta James
Celebrity Skin - Hole
Everything to Everyone - Everclear
Flagpole Sitta - Harvey Danger
Following a Star - Duke Daniels
Find your way back home - Dishwalla
Good Morning Baby - Bic Runga & Semisonic
Going to Hell - Brian Jamestown Massacre
Glory - Sugar Ray
I walk Alone - Oleander
Man with the Hex - The Atomic Fireballs
Love Muscle - The SEX-O-RAMA Band
Mrs. Robinson - Simon & Garfunkel
New Girl - Third Eye Blind
Mutt - BLink 182
Semi Charmed Life - Third Eye Blind
One Week - Bare Naked Ladies
Stranger by the Day - Shades Apart
Super Down - Supertransatlantic
Summertime - Bachelor Number One
Turn it Around - Five Easy Pieces
Sway - Bic Runga
Vintage Queen - Goldfinger
Wishen - The Loose Nuts
You Wanted More - Tonic
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By "lordnemesis21" on January 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I bet the first thing people noticed when the bought the soundtrack was "Where's Barenaked Ladies' One Week? or Hole's Celebrity Skin? or even Oleander's I Walk Alone?"
Believe me, I said the same thing. But the soundtrack is still a good one. Tonic leads the way with the only track to hit the airwaves with "You Wanted More". That song was the whole reason why I bought the CD. But after awhile the soudtrack was a pretty good one. One artist that was Bic Runga's Sway which you may have heard from the Lilth Fair Samplers/Albums they gave out at the festival. Blink 182's Mutt was a good track which resembles their old tunes compared to their recent ones. Dishwalla, Super Transatlantic, and Shades Apart added some great songs that made this soundtrack a good one.
As you may notice most of these performers are under the Universal label and out to look for exposure ( which worked with me, I now follow Bic Runga and Super Transatlantic's work).
To pretty much sum it all up, I was dissapointed that all the songs in the first paragrah were not in the album but with the unheard bands with catchy and soft tunes made up for it! Good soundtrack to listen to and I highly recommend it!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By MPH 1965 on May 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The movie is a classic but the soundtrack is less memorable, partly because the catchiest tune in the movie isn't on the soundtrack: Harvey Danger's "Flagpole Sitta" ("Been around the world and found that only stupid people are breeding"). Save your money and buy something you'll play more than once.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 13, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Many soundtracks that are released often try to reflect the image of the films concerned. Well, this particular one does that as well, and in fact does it very well. Most of the 13 tracks featured are up-tempo numbers, songs which reflect the youthful vibrancy of high school life, which forms the essence of the movie. From the opening track "New Girl" by Third Eye Blind, one is brought into this frenzy of energetic tunes, which will definitely wake any sleepy head. Check out Blink 182's "Mutt", Sugar Ray's "Glory" as well as Goldfinger's "Vintage Queen" and you will understand why.
However, before one gets out of breath bobbing one's head to the fast melodies, two slower numbers surface from within the CD, thanks to the talented lady Bic Runga. She is a very established singer/songwriter from New Zealand and the two songs which she contributed to this soundtrack, a duet with Dan Wilson of Semisonic called "Good Morning Baby" and a solo effort called "Sway" are simply lovely. The former is a refreshing listen which strays away from the typical mushy love duet one often hears on the radio, while "Sway" is just the kind of song one can enjoy as one is cruising on the highway after a day's hard work.
As mentioned in the heading of this review, gems abound in this CD, so credits go to more great tunes, such as Super Transatlantic's "Super Down", Dishwalla's "Find Your Way Back Home" and also "Summertime" (fabulous song!)by Bachelor Number One.
The soundtrack ends in the same manner as it starts, this time with a superb, lively swing tune from The Atomic Fireballs called "Man With The Hex".
A CD worth many listens, no doubt.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 27, 1999
Format: Audio CD
It was one of those films where I came out of it and then straight away I thought I have to go out and buy the soundtrack because it was so great in the film. Now, I have done that before and I know that when you get the cd home it doesn't always sound as good as it did in the film. BUT....this time when I got home and played the cd in great anticipation as usual I loved it. I spent the rest of the day listening to it with my friend and trying to remember all the bits in the film where the music was palyed. I especially like tracks 8 and 9. If you liked the film then I figure that you would love the music. If you haven't seen the film (and for God's sake, why not ?) then you will still love the album because, unlike many other soundtracks it can be appreciated for thge music on its own.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Gillespie on January 31, 2000
Format: Audio CD
What I really loved about this soundtrack is that it avoided putting on the Don Mclean version of the song or a cover of it from an unknown American Indie band.
Down to business and that business is the soundtrack and it's content. This soundtrack, for me, has about five good songs on it. I hear you gasp.....only five!
Lets think about it. Buy five songs seperately and they'll come to more than the album. This way, I save a couple of bucks and also have an album to boot!
The song 'You wanted more' has an excellent chorus that everyone can relate to. Pity about the obscure verses. However, the chorus of this song makes the verses grow on you to the extent that you actually like them.
The best song on this album though has to be the main song of the film, 'Sway.' This song is excellent. You hear the lyrics and you just sit there and say to yourself, 'I know excactly what you mean man.'
The band behind 'Sway' combine with Dan Wilson from Semisonics to perform 'Good Morning Baby,' which is also a brilliant song that you can just sit and be mellow to.
The main problem with this album though is that apart from the five songs that I listen to, the others just seem to be there to fill it up. What I mean by this is that when you buy a soundtrack, it's on the basis of watching the movie.
So, you get the soundtrack home, you stick it in and then the songs flood over you bringing the film back to life in your head. This only happens with 5 of the songs on this album.
The rest just seem to be there to make it an official album cos lets face it, who's seen an album with just five songs on it? Not me anyway.
I do however advise buying this album because it's the only one I can find with the song 'Sway' on it.
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