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Coyote Ugly (2000 Film) Soundtrack


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listen  1. Can't Fight The MoonlightLeAnn Rimes 3:35$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Please RememberLeAnn Rimes 4:34$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  3. The Right Kind Of WrongLeAnn Rimes 3:47$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  4. But I Do Love YouLeAnn Rimes 3:21$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  5. All She Wants To Do Is DanceDon Henley 4:30Album Only
listen  6. UnbelievableEMF 3:30Album Only
listen  7. The PowerSnap 3:40Album Only
listen  8. Need You TonightINX 3:10Album Only
listen  9. The Devil Went Down To GeorgiaCharile Daniels Band 3:36Album Only
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 1, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: August 1, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Curb Records
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • ASIN: B00004W1OR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,317 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Product Description

The latest Jerry Bruckheimer production focuses on five twenty-something women working their way through life at a fashionable bar in New York City. Four new LeAnn Rimes tracks highlight this collection. Though all from the pen of veteran songwriter Diane Warren, the tracks vary in style from diva pop ("Fight the Moonlight") to sentimental musings ("Please Remember"). It's only a matter of time before Rimes leaves country music completely behind for the sleek modern world of mainstream pop. The remaining songs are a hodgepodge of different eras. EMF's "Unbelievable" and Snap's "The Power" hark back to the early 1990s, while Don Henley and INXS deliver the dancebeat kick of the '80s. The firing fiddle of the Charlie Daniels Band's 1979 hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" seems out of context here. But then, this bar must have one odd jukebox to begin with. --Rob O'Connor

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The latest Jerry Bruckheimer production focuses on five twenty-something women working their way through life at a fashionable bar in New York City. Four new LeAnn Rimes tracks highlight this collection. Though all from the pen of veteran songwriter Diane Warren, the tracks vary in style from diva pop ("Fight the Moonlight") to sentimental musings ("Please Remember"). It's only a matter of time before Rimes leaves country music completely behind for the sleek modern world of mainstream pop. The remaining songs are a hodgepodge of different eras. EMF's "Unbelievable" and Snap's "The Power" hark back to the early 1990s, while Don Henley and INXS deliver the dancebeat kick of the '80s. The firing fiddle of the Charlie Daniels Band's 1979 hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" seems out of context here. But then, this bar must have one odd jukebox to begin with. --Rob O'Connor

Customer Reviews

The first time I saw this movie (2007), I fell in love with it!!
two sided knightress
I remember as I watched this movie that there were some really great songs played at the bar... and thinking to myself that this would be an awesome CD.
TallGirl
Coyote Ugly was a great movie with really great music, and the soundtrack captures all those memorable moments.
J. Mueller

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97 of 103 people found the following review helpful By "leslyee007" on August 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
After working at a movie theater for two years, I have seen many movies and their soundtracks come and go. Coyote Ugly is one that will be around for a while. It brings together so many different types of music in one collaboration. I'm not a big fan of Leann Rimes, but I absolutely love Can't Fight the Moonlight and The Right Kind of Wrong. These are two really great songs. Then you add classic songs from Don Henley, EMF, Snap, and INXS and it makes the album even better. What really makes the album is The Devil Went Down To Georgia by the Charlie Daniels Band. This is a song that everyone likes. I highly reccomend this soundtrack to everyone. The music from a movie can either make it or break it. Most of my CD collection is soundtracks, and every one of them has a certain song that brings back a memory from that movie. This soundtrack is one of those that will keep the movie alive. While listening to this, it makes me want to get up on the table and dance. BUY IT TODAY!
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Josh Jones on August 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I bought the soundtrack to Coyote Ugly, I wasn't buying it for the music, I was buying it because of the movie it came from. But when I put the disc into my player, I heard the most awesome sounds that I've heard in a long time!
The 1st four track are by LeAnn Rimes. The 1st song is a music enchantment. I think that it is a sure hit! The next 3 songs aren't as wonderful, but they're still pretty darn good!
The 5th song is the Don Henley hit " All she wants to do it dance." The song may seem out of place, but it has always been one of my favorite songs, so having on this CD didn't bother me a bit. The song actually adds flavor!
If Don Henley didn't take you back a decade, then maybe EMF will. " Unbelievable" is the kind of song to make you want to get up and dance!
Just when you fear that the early 90's dance music has ended, track 7 cranks up the beat with " Power" by Snap. By this point in the CD, you are already glad that you've bought it!
" Need You Tonight" by INXS continues the early dance groove. Once again, another early 90's classic that will take you back to your neon shoelaces.
Now there's a break in the musical style. " The Devil Went Down To Georgia" by the Charlie Daniels Band. Is there a person alive that doesn't love this song? This song made me wanna dance more than any of the other songs on the soundtrack. This song quickly became my favorite track on the entire CD.
When you hear the next track " Boom Boom Boom" by Rare Blend, you know that " The Devil Went Down to Georgia" was clearly the climax of the CD.
The last two tracks on the album are ok, but they don't compare to the others.
Overall, I think that Coyote Ugly is a really awesome CD. I actually didn't skip through any of the tracks. But hey, don't take my opinion for it, go out and buy it yourself!
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 20, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Although this CD does have a few good highlights, such as LeAnn Rimes' Can't Fight the Moonlight, The Right Kind of Wrong, But I Do Love you, as well as EMF's Unbelievable featured throughout the entire film, it is missing great songs seen in the film. I picked this CD up in Target a few months back and was surprised AND disappointed to see that Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard, I Will Survive, and Blondie's One Way or Another were not included in the mix. These were important, stand out songs in the movie and I'm not quite sure as to how one could forget to add these. Other than that, the CD is ok, not much to recommend. If you were looking to buy it, my advice would be to download the LeAnn Rimes songs and Unbelievable, and the always lovable 'Devil Went Down To Georgia.' Save your money and wait till a better soundtrack comes around.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By sparkles on January 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I was very excited to find this cd, but disappointed when I saw what was and wasn't on it. Several of the songs featured in the movie such as Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leopard, One Way or Another by Blondie, Cowboy by Kidrock, and I Will Survive by Cake were not featured on this soundtrack. Those songs were vital to the movie and I found that the absence of them on the soundtrack made it difficult to keep the tone of the soundtrack consistent with the tone of the movie. The soundtrack was rather blah, with the exception of the Leann Rhimes songs, EMF, INXS, Don Henley, and the Charlie Daniels Band. My recommendation would be to download the actual soundtrack songs that you like off of napster, and mix them with the other songs that aren't on the original soundtrack, and burn your own cd.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Ben McDermott on August 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Diane Warren may hold the record for writing the most songs for movie soundtracks. It would take days to name all of the soundtracks her music is featured on. The latest one is Coyote Ugly, a movie about a young girl who, while trying to achieve her goal as a songwriter, she ends up working for a sexy night club were anything goes. Diane writes four songs on the soundtrack all sung by Leann Rimes. Of course, this isn't the first time these two have worked together, as the scored the longest running single in the history of the billboard charts with "How Do I Live." Now their trying to score another big hit, and after hearing the four songs, I'm convinced that they can. In fact I believe that this maybe some of Warren's most polished work ever starting with the first single "Can't Fight the Moonlight." The song has a very fresh, current sound that should fit nicely with the pop wave radio has been riding lately. What really caught me about this song is the imagery behind the lyrics and how it fits so well with the Trevor Horn's dynamic production of the music. They just flow so well. Leann sings this song like a pop artist singing a pop song instead of a country artist singing a pop song. I really like the way this song was arranged as it allows Leann to deliver the most creative and inventive performance I have ever heard her give. The magic continues on my favorite song "The Right Kind of Wrong." Indeed if I would have heard this song without knowing Warren wrote it, I would have never guess she did. The song has an overall pop felling to it, with an edge to it that Leann takes to the next level. The lyrics on this song are amazing, powerful in the sense that Leann sings this song like she means it.Read more ›
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