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Grey's Anatomy 2 Soundtrack

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This is second soundtrack to the popular ABC Series. This compilation contains such artists as The Fray, Snow Patrol, KT Tunstall, Gomez and Metric, The soundtrack is also being released to coincide with the DVD release of Season 2. The new TV season starts Thursday September 21st.

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This soundtrack to the hit TV series starts off with a melancholy ballad by Denver's the Fray (fittingly titled "How to Save a Life"), but the well-curated CD isn't all thoughtful adult alt-rock--reflecting the series' mood changes, it offers a wide range of modern sounds. In addition to the expected acoustical numbers (in this case, from Anya Marina, KT Tunstall, and Snow Patrol's live version of "Chasing Cars"), the album reaches across genres and continents to offer the sunny-'60s-pop vibe of Jim Noir's "I Me You," Jamie Lidell's electro-jazzy "Multiply," the edgy punky-pop aggro of Metric, the rambunctious "Sexy Mistake" from the Chalets, and the winning singalong misanthropy of singer-songwriter Foy Vance's "I Hate Everyone." Ursula 1000's Alex Gimeno lightens up the proceedings with one of his trademark upbeat, hip-gyrating numbers (which seems to pay tribute to Serge Gainsbourg's "Comic Strip"), while the Moonbabies' sweet, swirling harmonies deliver the kind of perfectly crafted pop we've come to expect from the Swedes. If this compilation turns people on to these deserving acts, it will have done its job. --Elisabeth Vincentelli


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Songs from this album are available to purchase as MP3s. Click on "Buy MP3" or view the MP3 Album.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
  1. How To Save A LifeThe Fray 4:22Album Only
  2. War On SoundMoonbabies 3:45Album Only
  3. I Me You I'm YourJim Noir 2:39Album Only
  4. Kaboom!Ursula 1000 3:43Album Only
  5. Miss HalfwayAnya Marina 4:33Album Only
  6. MultiplyJamie Lidell 4:24Album Only
  7. Universe & UKT Tunstall 4:33Album Only
  8. Monster HospitalMetric 3:30Album Only
  9. How We OperateGomez 5:26Album Only
10. GraceKate Havnevik 3:41Album Only
11. Sexy MistakeThe Chalets 2:55Album Only
12. Bound By LoveGran Bel Fisher 3:34$0.99  Buy MP3 
13. I Hate EveryoneGET SET GO 3:36Album Only
14. HomebirdFoy Vance 3:44Album Only
15. Chasing CarsSnow Patrol 4:31Album Only

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 12, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B000H8SFJ8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,043 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Angie E. on September 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The magic from the first "Grey's Anatomy" soundtrack is just as strong here! Sincere, sexy, beautiful, graceful, spunky, smart: this album is too good for mere words. It may not be as introspective or moody as say Meredith or season one's album, but the liner notes say it best when they refer to the music as "deep, rabid, scary, not-cute and obsessive."

I guarantee you'll get goosebumps and completely dig the music therapy being offered. I can back my overzealous plug 100 percent so let's get started.(Forgive me in advance if I take the "quick notes" approach here...I picked my top 13 favorite songs and couldn't go any lower because it's just so hard!)

1) "How to Save a Life" by the Fray--a perfect and lovely companion to Snow Patrol's "Chasing Cars," the song that closes everything. Very few soundtracks bookend so well. I think more films could take their cues from television when it comes to setting the musical tone.

2)"War on Sound" by Moonbabies--lots of teasing rhythm and echoes of a great 80s group called China Crisis.

3)"I Me You" by Jim Noir--offers a nice 60s flair while keeping a modern touch. Sweet and romantic without losing its edge.

4)"Kaboom!" by Ursula 1000-outrageously right with shades of martini music and Austin Powers...adorably goofy!!

5)"Miss Halfway" by Anya Marina--opens with a line that is both brilliant and sad ("You ought to hear the mirror in my house.") Though the theme is probably familiar to any woman who has ever doubted herself, the spirit is one of quiet rebellion and wit! Awesome, awesome song!!

6)"Multiply" by James Lidell--slow and sexy with real bite. Imagine if Terence Trent D'Arby decided to go 60s soul!
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Serizap on September 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Too bad I already downloaded the half of the CD,but I bought it just in case,because a couple of it were made exclusively for the CD.And it's even better than the first one which I love.

Of course some masterpieces are missing like sad eyes by josh rouse and scratch by kendall payne,but nothing's perfect:

how to save a life - great start,great song.5/5

war on sound - great follow up to how to save a life and great song as well.5/5

i me you - funny little song,reminds me of the beach boys.Nice.4.5/5

kaboom! - another funny song,makes me wanna laugh.4/5

miss halfway - one of my favorites,even better than demo version I had.5/5

multiply - already knew it but it's a good choice for the CD.Some rythme and blues influence.4.5/5

universe and U - I prefer the version from her great album.3/5

monster hospital - very good choice,a little beat to cheer up.4.5/5

how we operate - not the best one from their new album but suits the spirit of the show.4.5/5

grace - a simple and gorgeous song from the scene everyone's been waiting for on season 2.5/5

sexy mistake - my other favorite,makes you wanna turn it up and dance.5/5

bound by love - beautiful love song,not special,just what you expect.4.5/5

I hate everyone - love the song,it lyrics,the singer's voice and the music itself,perfect.5/5

homebird - nice but nothing much.3.5/5

chasing cars - more intimate than the original version.A good way to finish the CD with.4.5/5

What else can I say,JUST BUY IT.You won't regret,I promise.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Knapp on September 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
After a much anticipated wait, this is excellent compulation of songs, although some do shine a bit more than others, as is the case with such things. I am very disappointed that Anna Nalick's Breathe (2 AM)is not included on this disc. That was one of the most intense scenes of the second season, and that song added so much feeling to it. It is a fun CD, looking forward to future volumes to come!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca of Amazon HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Snow Patrol and The Fray play on the radio station constantly, but like most who want to reach a little deeper into the musical world, some songs are best when considered within a musical mood. The Grey's Anatomy 2 provides such an intimate escape.

How to Save a Life has a deeper intimacy and Chasing Cars is perfect as the final track. Somehow, these two songs sound better on the CD than on the radio. It is the context and the story within which the songs appear that enhances the experience.

Jim Noir's "I Me You I'm Your" is playful, but retains a certain mystery within a kissing on a shaggy carpet mood. Kaboom expands the playfulness and takes off into a funky freedom. KT Tunstall and Kate Havnevik add beautiful emotional dimensions and KT has a new exquisite clarity in her voice in "Universe & U." The lyrics show her profound insight into the invisible:

"We are just the same
I can feel everything you do
Hear everything you say
Even when you're miles away
Coz I am me, the universe and you"

The warmth continues with Gomez and a dangerous edgy tension that breaks into a dark sensuality. Most of the music on this CD has exciting dimensions in sensuality and intimacy with meaningful lyrics.

"There are bonds that set us free
For all to be who they want to be
Heads held high for all to see
You and me baby bound by love"

"Bound by Love" is acoustically beautiful and makes me feel a musical high. "I Hate Love" is lighter and more comical/realistic/silly than the more dreamy sensual side of life and is the song that seems most like it doesn't fit in with the rest of the selections because it breaks some of the mood created by the rest of the songs that seem to flow in a unity of perception.

~The Rebecca Review
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The Fray - "How To Save A Life"
Moonbabies - "War On Sound"
Jim Noir - "I Me You I'm Your"
Ursula 1000 - "Kaboom!"
Anya Marina - "Miss Halfway"
Jamie Lidell - "Multiply"
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