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Bounce: Music from and Inspired by the Miramax Motion Picture (2000 film) Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (November 14, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: November 7, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B00004ZDX1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,605 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Need To Be Next To You - Leigh Nash
2. Central Reservation (The Then Again Version) - Beth Orton
3. Here With Me - Dido
4. Divided - Tara MacLean
5. Silence - Delerium
6. I'm No Ordinary Girl - Anika Parks
7. Lose Your Way - Sophie B. Hawkins
8. My Baby And Me - Nick Garrisi
9. Rome Wasn't Built In A Day - Morcheeba
10. Hush - Angie Aparo
11. Our Affair (Remix) - Carly Simon
12. Love (Remix) - Sixpence None The Richer
13. The Only Thing That's Real - Sister Seven
14. Never Gonna Come Back Down - BT

Editorial Reviews

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Bounce ~ Bounce: Music From And Inspired

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Ben Affleck may take starring credits for this Don Roos (The Opposite of Sex) film, but it's Leigh Nash, singer for Sixpence None the Richer, stepping out into the spotlight with the soundtrack's first single, "Need to Be Next to You." Perhaps a solo career beckons. However, her band is featured as well with the remix of "Love" from their 1997 self-titled debut album. Sarah McLachlan collaborates with the moody ambient group Delerium for their otherworldly single, "Silence." Morcheeba offer the moody groove of "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day." Lots of notable female artists contribute delicate, soft-rock confectioneries, from old-school Carly Simon (a remix of "Our Affair" from her latest album, The Bedroom Tapes) to up-and-comer Tara MacLean. Dido's "Here with Me" may give you a case of déja vu, since it's also currently featured as the theme song to the TV series Roswell. --Rob O'Connor

Customer Reviews

The rest of songs are great too.
Bryna L. Reed
This is a great CD to listen to while driving in your car on long trips!
Cami
The CD is a plethora of great music you will only find on this album!
Dan Wayment

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Will 'The Thrill' on November 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Quite simply, the Bounce movie soundtrack may very well be the compilation of the year, especially the first five tracks. It doesn't get any better than opening with Leigh Nash (singer of Sixpence None the Richer) and her amazingly emotive performance on "Need to Be Next To You" before Beth Orton eloquently delivers a different version of the title track from her last album. Then, the ultra hot Dido track "Here With Me" segues into the much-underappreciated Tara MacLean (that'll change) who sings passionately on "Divided" before the ethereal poignant "Silence" by Delerium (featuring Sarah McLachlan). And though the price of the CD is compensated by these 5 great tracks, it just keeps delivering with music by Sophie B Hawkins, Morcheeba, Angie Aparo and Sister 7 and finishes up with BT, a star on the rise. If you're a fan of great female singers, then you'll soon find yourself in heaven with this soundtrack...you just have to Bounce to get there.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cami on February 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is simply one of the best out there! It ranks right up there with soundtracks such as "Cruel Intentions" and "Go". Almost every song is divine! Track #1, sang by Leigh Nash of Sixpence None The Richer, is a slow, sweet love song. Track #3 is by Delerium and features not only singing monks but also the angelic voice of Sara McLachlan. (This song is also featured on the "Brokedown Palace" soundtrack). If you like bands like VAST, you'll love Delerium! Another terrific female artist on the soundtrack is Dido. Her voice is mesmerizing, and this particular song gives me chills while listening to its overpowering beauty. If you like bands like Our Lady Peace, then check out Track #10 by Angie Aparo. Finally, for all of you techno fans, the last track is by BT and serves as a wonderful song to wrap up this packed-full-of-hits CD. This is a great CD to listen to while driving in your car on long trips! Every song is worth listening to. I can't stress enough how great this CD is. I only wish Heather Nova were featured on it since she fits right in with the other female talents on this CD. One final word of advice: Don't expect the movie to be as good as the soundtrack!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John T. Jenkins on April 17, 2001
Format: Audio CD
First, you'll notice there are few men on this album (Angie Aparo is a guy, by the way). Partly for this reason, this album is a little weak in variety. Many of the songs are ho-hum.
BUT there are several outstanding songs to note. The much-played Here With Me by Dido is a great song, despite its heavy rotation. Silence by Delerium with Sarah McLachlan is one of my favorites ever. It's an ethereal, haunting masterpiece and any fan of Sarah Mc needs to own it. Never Gonna Come Back Down by BT is a goofy, thumping, techno/dance tune with a catchy chorus and a welcome chnage of pace.
But the standout to me is Angie Aparo's Hush. I don't know anything about him, but this song is awesome. It's an emotional rocker with definite pop sensibility and a brilliant chorus.
SO, overall, like most soundtracks, you'll enjoy half the songs and probably skip the rest. Unless you just LOVE Leigh Nash.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best cd's I ve bought this year! Except that I bought it because I liked the song from the preview ... something like "I'll be the greatest man of your life..." but this song is not on the soundtrack which is o.k. because it is so great, but if anyone knows the name or who this other song is by please let me know....reese1976@earthlink.net
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bob Waskiewicz on November 26, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I would have never bought the "Bounce" soundtrack,and heard of these fantastic new artist,most of them female,if it wasn't for Carly Simon.I've been hearing great things about the remix of her single,"Our Affair," from Carly's CD,"The Bedroom Tapes."Richard Perry tightened the song,and change Carly's voice on the hook.I'm sure radio stations are going to play this newer mix,even though I love the original just as much.The rest of the CD is Brilliant.Most of the music is Mid Tempo rock,with a club sound,except for the last cut by BT,"Never gonna come back Down." This number's more of a rap mix,and its great,like all the other cuts.The two hits played on the radio,"Need to be next to you," by Sixpence None the Richer,and "Here with me," by Dido,are climbing up the pop charts,like every song on this collection will be.The outstanding cuts I can't stop playing are "Central Reservation," by Beth Orton.I love this artist's voice,its so layed back,and the song has a club fill to it,with a fantastic break,with just Beth talking,then the drums come in,followed by the bass.You want to get up and dance when you hear this second song from the CD.Sarah McLachlan's duet with Delerium,"Silence," with a latin chant,is magical.This number is so relaxing.You fill like your in a dream.Sophie B.Hawkins,"Lose you way," is diffent from the rest of the numbers.Its very acoustic and wonderfull.I always loved Sophie's voice,and I want her back on the charts.My all time favorite cut is "Rome wasn't built in a Day," by Morcheeba.I think this artist is the one were going to be talking about for years to come.When you play this song,you start to smile.Read more ›
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