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Cruel Intentions: Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack

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Cruel Intentions - Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Cd

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Aside from the ubiquitous presence of a Fatboy Slim track ("Praise You") and the Verve's yesteryear anthem of choice, "Bittersweet Symphony," the cuts on this teensploitation-influenced compilation are hardly cut-out bin oatmeal. Fans restless to sample fresh Blur material will bask in the moody glow of "Coffee & TV," while other tracks offer some lesser-known but tasty dance-floor modernists such as Faithless and Kristen Barry. This is after-hours room service of taunting rock and acerbic ballads, and it highly complements the film's at-odds crew of mean-spirited teen sirens and endangered Cinderella figures, all of whom would rather watch the beautiful people than join their rat race. --Kristy Ojala
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 2, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: March 2, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Virgin
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000I7JR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (189 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,388 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This movie is my 2nd favorite movie of all time (following Jawbreaker), and I really wanted the soundtrack because of some of the songs in the movie I liked, so I finally bought it, and I love it, it's awesome. Here's my review of all the songs, and where they play in the movie:
1.) "Every You Every Me" by Placebo-I think this is my 2nd favorite song on the soundtrack, it's really good, they're a talented band. This song obviously plays in the very beginning when it shows Sebastian off on his way to therapy.
2.) "Praise You" by Fatboy Slim-This song is great, I love it. Who dosen't? This song plays when Annette and Sebastian are in the car driving home from the old folks home.
3.) "Coffee and TV" by Blur-This is a really really good song, I love it. It plays at the infamous kissing scene between Kathryn and Cecile.
4.) "Bedroom Dancing" by Day One-This is a good song, a good dancing song. This plays after Sebastian and Cecile...ummm....you know.
5.) "Colorblind" by Counting Crows-This is a good, slow song to listen to if you're stressed out, at least that's what I think. This plays when Sebastian goes to the train station to see Annette again and they end you...well...you know
6.) "Ordinary Life" by Kristen Barry-This is my favorite song on the CD, it's a really good song, she's a talented singer, and I love it! This plays when Annette goes into the pool room to go talk to Sebastian.
7.) "Comin' Up From Behind" by Marcy Playground-This is a good song, I like Marcy Playground, they're really good. This plays when Sebastian goes to Blaine's house to talk to Greg.
8.) "Secretly" by Skunk Anansie-I don't like this song, at all.
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Possibly the best soundtrack in history. One day, as I was reading 'The Crimson Petal and the White' I thought, what would be a soundtrack bound to have sexy, fun songs that I can just listen to when I want?
It didn't take me long to think, 'Cruel Intentions', of course.
So I went to my KaZaa, booted it up, and looked up the movie. The first song that jumped out at me was 'Comin' Up From Behind' by Marcy Playground - I love the song 'Sex and Candy', so I downloaded it right away.
WOW.
It was an amazing, fun, sexy song, just what I wanted, and to this day one of my favorite. Out of 10, I'd give it a 20. I love that song. So I immediately bought the CD and, wow. The entire album just blew me away.
1. Every Me Every You by Placebo
This song really, honestly does set the mood for the whole CD, and gawd, is it fun to sing along to. One of the standout tracks on the album, and that is saying something. I honestly put this on repeat and listened to it for an hour straight when I first heard it.
2. Praise You - Fatboy Slim
Oh, I remembered this song. Hard not to. Whether not not you can listen to it depends upon whether or not you suffocate under techno and whether you're in the mood to be happy for not. I think it's a lot of fun, but sometimes I just can't listen to it. Some people have told me it's their favorite off of the album, so I'll leave you to your own judgement on this one.
3. Coffee and TV - Blur
Lovely. Simply lovely. This is the type of song you can just stick in your CD player and relax to. It's not as upbeat as some others, but it really doesn't have to be.
4. Bedroom Dancing - Day One
The lyrics to this song are SO AWESOME. Oh wow. When I first heard it, they were so cool, I was laughing out of sheer awe.
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Format: Audio CD
While watching the movie a few of the songs on this cd stood out to me, obviously "colorblind" and "bittersweet symphony". It wasnt until we started to listen to this at work that I really was able to appreciate all this cd has to offer.

When you listen to a cd multiple times a day you really get to test how good it is. If it isnt good at all you can only listen to it once. If its ok maybe you can listen to it a couple times a week. This cd however stayed in rotation several times in the same day and a couple days a week.

There are enough different styles on here to really please any mood, from uptempo fatboy slim and faithless to the counting crows beautiful piano.

This really is a great cd whether or not you like the movie.
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After seeing the movie (which I love), I wanted to buy the soundtrack because of the Counting Crow's song, "colorblind", and the Verve pipe's "bitter sweet symphony". But, after listening to the whole soundtrack from beginning to end, I was amazed at how every song was great. My personal favorites on the cd are "every you and every me", which is played during the movie's opening credits, "colorblind" (which is my absolute favorite), and "this love", which even though is very long (over 7 minutes), i never get tired of because of the gorgeous tune and haunting vocals. But all in all, every song is amazing. Even the quirky "bedroom dancing", which is just basically a guy talking about dancing, grows on you. If you don't already have this cd, it is a must in your collection.
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