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Die Edukators: Motion Picture Soundtrack Enhanced, Import, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (May 23, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B0008FHP6O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #639,338 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Personal Jesus
2. Trend
3. Gemini
4. Mondo
5. Halleluja
6. Ghost To Damascus
7. Pilot
8. After Work
9. Ich Bin Viel Zu Lange Mit Euch Mitgegangen
10. Bullerproof Cupid
11. Driving Death Valley Blues
12. Funghi Pudel
13. Way I Live
14. Sisters Of Mercy
15. Heimweh
16. The Long Day Of The Premiere (Video)
17. If I Ever Feel Better
18. Aus Heiterem (Ellen Mix)
19. Close Again
20. Song N.1
See all 33 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

Featuring Tracks from Franz Ferdinand, Depeche Mode, Leonard Cohen and Radio 4, Along with German Music Such as Tocotronic and T. Raumschmiere, the Soundtrack is an Energetic Reflection of "The Edukators" Film, Dealing with Teenage Rebellion and Idealism in Germany. Directed and Written by Hans Weingartner, the Film features Daniel Bruhl (Who Starred in 2002's Good Bye, Lenin!), the Evening Standard Said of the Edukators "[it is A] Gripping Confrontation Between a Trio of Disaffected Youngsters and the Fat-cat Businessman Whom They Kidnap.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pascal Tiscali on August 25, 2006
I just want to make it clear that this CD is NOT the soundtrack to the movie "The Edukators". For some reason they've allowed the title of the movie to be attached as a label to this anthology of songs with little in common and none of which were featured in the movie. When the movie itself is such an intense statement against capitalism, it's pretty low to do this.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 27, 2006
I absolutely loved the movie The Edukators, and a major reason for that was the soundtrack. This is an eclectic mix of music that covers a variety of moods and sounds. If you've seen and enjoyed the movie or if you just like to listen to something that's not overplayed mainstream top 40 music, I highly recommend this cd.
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Grooved on the film and had to pick up the soundtrack - because lets face it, if you like a movie the soundtrack is always going to resonate more with you than if you just downloaded a bunch of random tunes huh?

Released in the mid 2000's the German language film The Edukators dealt with what can happen when the naivety and certainty if missionary youth gets a touch out of hand and delivers the young people into a tricky situation. Not to mention their own hormones and emotional turmoil causing issues. Now the reason I point this out is to set the seen for what sort of music you'll find on this soundtrack album. Yep, eclectic arty stuff you could imagine `Left wing cool' college kids would listen to.

So we get a whole range of bands, and in fact that makes for an interesting listen and as most of the songs have at least some cool aspect the whole double disc collection makes for pretty handy background noise. Be warned that as you may well expect of a German language film a number of these tunes are in that language. Which in a way is kind of a nifty novelty for a mono-language dude such as myself. Many of these bands were previously unknown to me however a few big names do crop up such as Placebo, Franz Ferdinand, Depeche Mode and Leonard Cohen.

Hard to argue with the quantity here - 33 tracks and a video spread over two discs though the liner notes are a tiny bit perfunctory but value is added as some of the director and a couple of the actors have done them. My only two criticisms in order to annoyance value would be a) there wasn't much `angry young man' music in the film and therefore not much here.
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By B. Seabolt on September 23, 2007
This soundtrack is marvelous. It's chocked full of great songs by great performers. And the use of the music during the movie was marvelous as well! Definitely recommended.
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