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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (April 10, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Williams Street
  • ASIN: B000MV8CNO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,615 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Nude Love - Master Shake
2. Groovy Time For A Movie Time - Soda Dog Refreshment Squad
3. Cut You Up With A Linoleum Knife - Mastodon
4. More To Me Than Meat And Eyes - Early Man
5. ATHF Theme - Schoolly D
6. Skit - Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters
7. The Chosen - Unearth
8. Party Party Party - Andrew W.K.
9. Skit - Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters
10. Carl's Theme - 9lb Hammer
11. Bookworm Resin - Brass Castle
12. Skit - Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters
13. Blam Blam - Killer Mike
14. I Like You Booty (But I'm Not Gay) - Insane-o-flex
15. I Want Candy - MC Chris
16. Girls Like Status - The Hold Steady
17. Nude Love (Reprise) - Master Shake

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Product Description

Adult Swim, the creative minds behind Dangerdoom and Chrome Children, proudly announce the creation of their new music label, Williams Street. Their first release is this soundtrack, featuring original tracks from Mastodon, Killer Mike, Unearth, Schooly D, The Hold Steady, Superchunk, and more. The record's sound is as varied as the show. Fans of Aqua Teen, heavy metal, indie rock, hip-hop, or just cutting edge music will want to hear this.

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The poorly drawn late night cable cartoon show Aqua Teen Hunger Force and its cleverly titled movie spin-off are of course far funnier than they have any right to be. Whether the show's audience even gets half the satire is part of its appeal (which is, like, on different levels, man). The Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters soundtrack consists of skits and songs from the film along with new material. And while the absence of Frylock on the album is a bit confusing, it's generally as top rate as the show itself. The Aqua Teen dudes even had the sense to hire the great and out-of-work old school hip-hop artist Schoolly D to compose a new version of their theme song. The Hold Steady song here is pretty decent, but the metal and rap tracks are the real meat, especially the (aforementioned) Schoolly D, Mastodon, Early Man, and Andrew W.K. tracks. Insane-o-Flex's "I Like Your Booty (But I'm Not Gay)" is the definition of "guilty pleasure," just like the movie itself, which is sort of about an immortal piece of exercise equipment which threatens the balance of galactic peace--"and it is up to the Aqua Teen Hunger Force to run away from it." --Mike McGonigal

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Carl Brutananadilewski on April 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This CD is just plain addictive. Whether you're looking for a hardcore song like "Cut You Up" which combines heavy riffs with amusing lyrics, or more power techno like Party Party Party or I I Like your Booty, this CD is just great to listen to whenver you need an ATHF fix.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Goji1986 on April 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
In a world where "Motion Picture Soundtrack" usually means nothing more than a compilation of often unrelated music, with only one or two tracks specifically recorded for the movie (and these tracks are usually featured during the closing credits), Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Colon the Soundtrack is a breath of fresh air.

ALL the tracks are related to our favorite meatball, milkshake, and fry-man and were specifically recorded for the movie. Some songs, like mc chris's "I Want Candy" and Andrew WK's "Party Party Party," come from the show (and at this point I have yet to see the movie but I'm guessing they can be found there too), but it's still 100% worth your time IF you are an avid fan of ATHF. Nothing's better than hearing Master Shake and Meatwad both take a crack at singing! And 9 lb Hammer's "Carl's Theme" is a perfect description of our favorite loser next store.

No fan should be without this album!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R.Santi on April 19, 2007
Format: Audio CD
First, I love this soundtrack and the movie, but I was a little disappointed by 2 things. First, if you're even considering buying this, I'm assuming that you're a big fan of the show and have been to the official movie site to view the trailer for the ATHF movie. On that site, there is a KILLER music video with a song by Master Shake that features a great guitar solo (played by Meatwad in the video). I thought this was part of the movie and would be on this soundtrack. Well, it's part of neither, which is disapointing. Second, Andrew W.K.'s "Party, Party, Party" is on this soundtrack, but was never used in the movie. Don't get me wrong, I've been a HUGE Andrew W.K. fan ever since I Get Wet and I love this song, but why include it here if it's not in the movie. Yes, the song was used in the show during season five, but it's just odd. It makes me hope that maybe the DVD will include scenes cut from the movie. As for the rest of the soundtrack, there's some great stuff here. The movie parody open is here (this was one of the funniest and most creative ways to kick off a movie I've seen in ages), there are some massive metal tracks by Unearth and 9Lb Hammer, plus you get a great remix of the show's theme song and Mc Chris's "I Want Candy", which is great to actually hear in it's entirety after hearing it in tiny doses on the Mc Pee-Pants episode found on Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Volume One.

The soundtrack is enhanced, and it includes a video for the ATHF open that is seen in the movie.

There is a little bit of filler here and there, mainly the unfunny skits, which brought my rating down, but overall it's a must buy for fans of the show, metal fans and Andrew W.K. fans that are hungry for some of his new music.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kevin J. Loria VINE VOICE on April 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is a nice companion to the ATHF Movie with some original character links. The best tracks are definately better for the visuals like the film's opening listed on the CD as track 2 & 3. The retro refreshment song "Groovy Time For A Movie Time" by the Soda Dog Refreshment Squad, juxaposes the "evil snacks" with their "Cut You Up With A Linoleum Knife" by Mastodon. OMG, make sure u get to the theater on time for that opening! The animation and subtitles revealing the awesome lyrics is ultimately essential for the punchline of the joke. Maybe an enhanced CD with video would have worked better.

Some tracks don't need a clear set up like Shake's NUDE LOVE, M.C. CHRIS' I WANT CANDY and CARL'S THEME. Also the character links (Meatwad, Carl, Shake, etc.) are okay set ups to some of the less connected tracks.

Still, it is Aqua Teen Hunger Force and currently under $10 bucks,so I say see the movie - then pick this up - probably in that order.
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This soundtrack is awesome but short. You get to hear the great songs from this movie. It starts with master shake singing his great ballad and movies right along into some head smashing metal(Mastadon, Unearth. The soundtrack has a few tracks with the guys from the Hunger Force telling us what they think of the sondtrack. And of course you get meetwad at the end showing us he can rock out. I would recamend this to any die hard fan of the show and anyone who loved the movie. And to any one who loves metal!!!`
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on April 11, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie soundtrack has alot of Rock and Roll music in it a couple songs which are from the show like a remix of the Theme and I Want candy. There is also hidden tracks in the soundtrack which is preety cool. I would give this a 5 only if the songs were a little longer.
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By Zach richardson on February 19, 2013
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i bought this on my love for aqua teen hunger force and i got to say it was pretty good not great gets kinda boring in the middle of the movie but then picks up again wasn't disappointed
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A way above-average music selection on a film that I actually wanted. That's really, really rare. So, yeah, this rocks. Hard.

What I had a major problem with, though, was that I knew what my favorite song was, but it didn't show up on the damned soundtrack anywhere. No tracks started with the opening by Meatwad. Nor did they end with the song at the end like most hidden tracks.

No, the absolute best song on this album is hidden in-between *three* other parts of the "Nude Love (reprise)", and it psyches you out, because there are *SEVERAL* hidden tracks in "Nude Love (reprise)". Not at the end after it's over, but literally in the second quarter of the track, it just pops up, plays in full, and then the Reprise ends, and ANOTHER hidden skit featuring Carl telling you there are no more hidden tracks, and then another freaking song plays. My God.

There's a good chance you haven't even heard the entirety of that last track. It's comparable to the way Tripping Daisy hid tracks *behind the first track*, something probably a dozen people on Earth have ever heard due to their being not that popular--this only worked in real CD players, and does not work in MP3 players. See, CD players could rewind behind the beginning. Tripping Daisy hid tracks there. You'd have to rewind about ten minutes until you got to NEGATIVE ten minutes, before 0:00. So this has the second-most-difficult way of hiding its tracks, since it's always done in parts that need to be connected, all contained in the last track.

Awesome. Worth it just for the second part on the Reprise with Meatwad, a truly head-banging song.
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