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Drumline Soundtrack

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3. I Want A Girl Like You - Joe
4. Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love) - JC Chasez
5. Club Banger - Petey Pablo
6. Faithful To You - Syleena Johnson
7. Butterflyz (KrucialKeys Remix) - Alicia Keys
8. Uh Oh - Monica
9. My Own Thing - Raheem DeVaughn
10. What You Waitin' For - Nivea
11. Peanuts - Nappy Roots
12. I'm Scared Of You - Nick Cannon
13. Shout It Out - Too $hort
14. Let's Go - Trick Daddy featuring Duece Poppi, Tre + 6 & Unda Presha
15. Marching Band Medley

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 10, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: December 13, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Jive
  • Run Time: 118 minutes
  • ASIN: B00007E8L6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,939 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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98 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Scholar on January 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Yo band geeks! This review of the Drumline soundtrack album is for y'all who have ever strapped on a pair of marching spats for countless halftime shows and parades!
First of all, if you haven't seem Drumline at least once, get yourself down to the local multiplex at running cadence so you can experience this soundtrack in digital sound, from stadium seating (how appropriate), with big-screen visuals that will put you down on the field in the middle of the band, where (as you know) the sound is the best! And you'll enjoy winning peformances from Nick Cannon as Devon and Leonard Roberts as Sean, and the unexpected quiet intensity of Orlando Jones as Dr. Lee (some characteristics of whom some will recognize in their own band directors). (At this writing, the movie is still in theatres and I'm waiting for the DVD.)
Now that you've seen the movie, you're wondering, "How much band music is really on this soundtrack?"
The Drumline soundtrack opens with a 28-second snippet of the D&K Cadence, performed by The Senate, a.k.a. The Atlanta A&T drumline. The cadence opens with the tight click-click rhythm of drumsticks on rims from the snare section, adds the toms, and then the bass drums jump in...and it's over.
The middle section features party music from the movie, including Monica's "Uh Oh" and "Shout It Out" by Too Short and Bun B, which are performed later in the album by the bands.
The two-part finale of the album features a 4:04 Marching Band Medley from the 2002 BET Southern Classic that unfortunately takes longer to itemize than to listen to.
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth J. Powers on December 29, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Whoever put this soundtrack together forget the whole subject of the movie: great marching bands. There is only ONE track for all four marching bands featured in the movie! I wanted the soundtrack because I loved the performances of Morris Brown, Bethune Cookman, Grambling, Clark Atlanta and the fictional A&T. What I got is 14 tracks of hip-hop, most of which I don't even recall hearing in the movie.
I wouldn't have minded if they split up the soundtrack into half marching band tracks and half hip-hop tracks. Splitting it like this would make it equally enjoyable to hip-hop fans and marching band fans. I don't know what producer Dallas Austin was thinking when he put this togther, but he really missed the boat. Once again, talented marching bands get shafted, just like on college football telecasts.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin on December 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack to "Drumline," which is an excellent, clean and fun movie in its own right, boasts a good deal of good beats in it, which is fitting considering the film's plot.
The reason most people will by this album, I'm guessing, is the absolutely fantastic, catchy first solo single from NSYNC's J.C. Chasez, "Blowing Me Up." The song was produced by Dallas Austin, who also served as an executive producer on the film. The song switches tempos about a dozen times, boasts an incredibly good hook that gets you singing and dancing whenever you listen to it and manages to work both its pop and hip-hop roots effectively. Not to do an unfair comparison, but J.C.'s song accomplishes everything Justin Timberlake's initial single attempted and failed at. It's a surefire hit.
The soundtrack, though, also works as a proper reflection of the movie, too. It's fun, and it also manages to convey the fun of college marching bands. It opens with a traditional drumline piece and closes with two of them, the last one being the impressive "showdown" finale of the film.
The rest of the CD, alas, is your usual R&B dance music, which is decent but, by no means, remarkable.
But with four worthy pieces on the track listing, this is definitely worth a purchase.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ally Hack on May 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you're into the excellent beats played by the percussion and/or bands found in this movie, then don't waste another second on this CD.

Out of the 15 tracks on this album, only two had ANYTHING to do with the actual MUSIC played in the movie. The first of these two, track one, can hardly be called a song as it is less than 30 seconds long. The second of these two is the collage of songs played by the different bands at the BET contest, exactly as it is in the movie. Not elongated, not messed with, just as it was.

That is it.

All the other tracks are nothing but the mediocre hip hop or rap songs played throughout the movie that really had nothing to do with anything. Drumline was about marching bands, and playing real MUSIC, and that's exactly what you DO NOT get from this soundtrack. Don't bother purchasing it unless you're only interested in the crappy, unimportant background music found in the rest of the movie.

Also, as a side note: It's very obvious that the top two comments (at least) were not posted by the consumers, but by the vendors.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Thomas J. Davis on March 14, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Compared to the DVD Movie, this cd is a complete misrepesentation of the Movie, the sound tracks were not in the movie. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars I give it a minus 20
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