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  • Audio CD (July 22, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • ASIN: B0000A4G4J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,345 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. How Shall I See You Through My Tears
2. Century Plant
3. Here's Where I Stand
4. I Sing For You
5. The Want Of A Nail
6. Wild Horses
7. The Ladies Who Lunch
8. Turkey Lurkey Time
9. Skyway - The Replacements
10. The Size Of A Cow - The Wonder Stuff
11. On/Off - Snow Patrol
12. Right On Be Free - The Voices Of East Harlem
13. I Believe In Us - Warren Wiebe
14. Round Are Way - Oasis

Editorial Reviews

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The Hollywood concept shorthand for Todd Graff's semi-autobiographical musical comedy may be Fame-meets-Meatballs, but the film (nominated for the Grand Jury prize at the '03 Sundance Film Festival) has an energetic musical heart all its own. The original songs of Michael Gore (the original Fame) and Lynn Ahrens (Schoolhouse Rock, the Broadway adaptation of Ragtime) revolve around poles of upbeat gospel fervor ("Here's Where I Stand," "How Shall I See You Through My Tears") and introspective ballads ("I Sing For You"), while the score's choice of covers initially echo those concerns via Todd Rundgren's "The Want of a Nail" and the Stones' "Wild Horses," respectively. But the teen-voiced covers of Sondheim's middle-age missive "The Ladies Who Lunch" and Bacharach/David's loopy "Turkey Lurkey Time" also underscore its youthful sense of anything-goes abandon. The pop songs that round out the collection are a well-chosen and emotionally sympatico lot, especially the Replacements' "Skyway", the Wonder Stuff's "The Size of a Cow" and even Warren Wiebe's weepy ballad "I Believe in Us." This enhanced CD features include behind the scenes footage, film trailer, cast photos, and bios. --Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

The music is great.
Gayle A. Rembert
I love this Cd...The movie was great...I just dont know why the tracks toward the end are here...They didnt add anything to this soundtrack.
B. Jones
Saw the movie, got the cd, and it still blew me away!!
R2

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By James Hiller VINE VOICE on August 24, 2003
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If only there was available a camp like this when I was a kid, then I wouldn't have had to endure that horrible week of Boy Scout camp where I had to try to catch a greased watermelon in a stinky lake or get lectured by our denmaster on personal hygiene (but that's another story). Fortunately, all of us "outcasts" get to attend Camp, a wonderful film following the trials and tribulations of an exceptional group of teen performers thrown together for one summer. And after watching the film, your first thought will be, "Where can I buy the soundtrack?".
The Camp soundtrack is a perfect companion to the movie, managing to capture the magic of a select few songs that linger in your memory after leaving the theater. All of the "new" numbers performed by the teens in the movie made the soundtrack, and incidentally are my favorite songs. "How Shall I See You Through My Tears", "Century Plant" and "Here's Where I Stand" all stand out on this CD. The produced also included to actual Broadway numbers, "Ladies Who Lunch" and "Turkey Lurkey Time", which will leave you humming for hours afterward. Additionally, other songs performed by other groups and people are included to round out the CD, and accompany the first songs well.
If you enjoyed the movie, you'll completely enjoy this CD, and will be playing it for a long time to come. Get on the bus, and don't be late for Camp!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ogie D. Hudson on December 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This movie opened emotions that had not been opened since I was a child. This movie is simply OUTSTANDING. I was touched from the opening number. The actors did a fantastic job. I love "Turky Lurky", and "How should I see you through my tears". Now I under stand the want of A nail.
Brilliant. The best soundtrack I have heard in 5 years.
Wow..
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. Jones on October 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I love this Cd...The movie was great...I just dont know why the tracks toward the end are here...They didnt add anything to this soundtrack.My favorites are:

1. How Shall I See You Through My Tears

2. Century Plant

3. Here's Where I Stand

4. I Sing for You

5. Want of a Nail

6. Wild Horses

7. Ladies Who Lunch

8. Turkey Lurkey Time
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Thaler on September 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I thought the movie was an incredibly fun way to spend two hours, especially since most independent films usually deal with weighty and serious issues.
Just bought the soundtrack yesterday and I'll be listening to it for a LOOOOOOOOONNNNNNGGGGGGG time. Sitting in freeway traffic isn't so bad with this in the car's CD player!!!
I'm telling friends and coworkers to run to see the movie at the same time "warning" them that they'll want the soundtrack after they leave the theater.
"HEY...do ya wanna come out and play the gaaaame, it's never too laaaate....."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on August 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This CD is full of incredible, young, talented, teens belting and wailing their way through a great collection of songs. Sasha Allen and Tiffany Taylor especially are two great finds whose careers will hopefully be jumpstarted by their incredible performances in this film and on this recording. One track in particular stands out as superb, "Here's Where I Stand" is as beautiful as it is insanely intense. Tiffany Taylor SANGS her way through this song with passion and vigor rarely caught on CD. It is my hope that this song will be nominated for Best Song at the Oscar's this year. The Downside to this CD, the last 6 tracks of this album. They are not the sprightly young talents singing, rather they are just bands and singers who look poor in comparison to their predecessor teens. I would say that this CD is worth it just for the first 8 tracks but I can't help feeling let down that there aren't more performances by the CAMP cast.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin on September 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Based upon recommendations, I actually bought the soundtrack to "Camp" before seeing the movie. And because I did that, I can strongly recommend the soundtrack - and cannot particularly recommend the film because, oddly, the kids in the film are at their best when they're singing.
"Here's Where I Stand," the power ballad performed by Tiffany Taylor and written specifically for the film, is an excellent and moving piece of music. Also good are the opening track "How Shall I See You Through My Tears, "For the Want of a Nail" and the Sondheim booze-induced and sarcastic piece called "The Ladies Who Lunch."
As for Victoria Williams song "Century Plant," it's a bit different (particularly in an album filled with showtunes), but it fits, however oddly. It's fun to hear over and over.
I was less impressed by Daniel Letterle's songs, particularly the bland "I Sing for You."
All in all, it's good.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R2 on August 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Saw the movie, got the cd, and it
still blew me away!! I crank it up
and let the feelings just pour out of
the speakers like water rushing
from hoover dam... Rich, and full,
this shows you what you can do when
you put your soul into a project...
Awesome!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Let's face it, the best part of Camp isn't the story, the characters, or the acting. It's the music. This CD is perfect. Not only does it include the songs that the actors sing throughout the show (excluding "...And I Am Telling You," Ellen's beautiful rendition of Jennifer Holiday's Dreamgirls song) the CD includes many of the songs that are played in the background throughout the show. And while I enjoyed the movie, I spent most of it excited about what musical number was next. This CD is perfect. Even without knowing the story, you can still enjoy the beauty of "How Shall I See You Through My Tears," "Century Plant" and "Here's Where I Stand." The humor of "The Ladies Who Lunch" shines through thanks to Anna Kendrick, who steals the show as Beta Girl Fritzie. And the fun, poppy songs that are played in the background are also included on the CD. All we're missing is "...And I Am Telling You." Had that been included, I would have been full satisfied, although I have to admit I'm still satisfied by it. For anyone who enjoyed the movie, I think this CD is a must have to the collection.
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