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Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog (Motion Picture Soundtrack)

September 2, 2008 | Format: MP3

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Dr. Horrible is a straight to Web 3-part special by Joss Whedon. It has superb writing, humor, music and a certain charm to it.

If you haven't seen this, head on over to [...] and watch it for free as the musical portions are only a fraction of the whole thing and it won't make much sense without the full context.

After having seen it multiple times, I'm still floored by the high quality and wonderful production values and just had to have the MP3s to listen to at work.

"A man's gotta do" and "My eyes" are phenominal. I personally like the Bad Horse ones, but they're so short you can't fully call them songs. "Brand new day" and "Slipping" are both very good as well.

The whole thing is just superb and worth owning for anyone who enjoys a good sci-fi muscial humorous tragedy.
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Nine bucks is a little steep for an album that clocks in under twenty-five minutes, especially since you don't even get a hard copy. (Unless you burn one yourself, of course.) But if you're a fan of the wonderful mini-musical, it's worth every cent. The charm, wit, and professionalism you expect from Joss Whedon, with some surprisingly good vocals. If you choose to wait, Maurissa Tancharoen, one of the lyricists, has stated on drhorrible.net that they will likely release a CD (with lyrics!) at a later date.
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All hail Joss Whedon and his merry troupers. If you are hooked on the soundtrack to the musical Buffy episode "Once More With Feeling", you'll also adore this soundtrack. Felicia Day (BtVS, The Guild), Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howser M.D., How I Met Your Mother) and Nathan Fillion (BtVS, Firefly, Desperate Housewives) are a delightful surprise on vocals. As enjoyable to hear as it is to watch.
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If you're a Dr. Horrible fan, this is a must have. The included liner notes feature the song lyrics and behind-the-scene photos. The only thing that kept me from giving this 5 stars is the omission of "Commentary! The Musical", the all singing commentary track found on the DVD.
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I fell in love with Joss Whedon's project here the first time I watched it for free online. Loved it even more the second time I saw it... and the third, and so on. In my opinion Dr. Horrible is nothing shy of being utterly addictive to the point of where they'll have 12-step programs for it in the future. It's a joy to partake in and can be listened to time and time again without it losing any of its magic. Consequently I had no problem plopping down $8.99 for this soundtrack the second I saw it available on Amazon here, (I'm not much an iUniverse person), and I can not recommend buying this yourself highly enough. Frankly, "Brand New Day" alone is wroth the price of admission; getting the rest for this steal of a price is delightful gravy on top of a full Thanksgiving diner.
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I loved the music from this fun short movie when it first came out, so when I saw they were selling the CD I bought it right away. The only problem is that, when you strip away the video, some of the songs are left open-ended with no clear ending. Of course, if you've seen the video, you don't really mind it, but if not, I can see how it might be a bit confusing for some people. Having said that, I still think these songs are Broadway worthy and Neil Patrick Harris should seriously think about doing one in the future. I've listened to it way more than I'd like to admit. Pretty much once every day since I bought it. I hope Joss Whedon has a follow-up planned. He's very talented.
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By Surrea on December 20, 2008
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Joss Whedon did it again. He wrote another great, artistic and thoughtful show. For those of you familiar with Once More, With Feeling, the musical episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, this show's music is somewhat reminiscent of it, although it does have a new style to it also. The music and lyrics and well-written and executed, especially on My Eyes and Penny's Song, and the melodies will run through your head long afterwards. Cheers to Whedon for another great work!
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Joss Whedon proves once again that he understands and loves the consept of musicals. The songs are meaningful, catchy, with intelligent rhyming and after a few weeks I STILL have many of the songs on repeat in my brain.

I have to add that I was a Whedon-fan before I saw and heard Dr. Horrible (yes, I am biased), and of course this soundtrack is 1000 times better when you have seen Dr. Horrible, but overall I think the songs are very good. Definitely worth a listen or, well, several (especially if you are like me, and got them stuck in your brain to hum along to every day ;).

The only reason I give it 4/5 is because I find a few songs quite boring, like "Penny's Song" - but that's just because of my taste in music, it fits good in the musical. Besides, all the songs have grown on me now that I own the soundtrack :)

Lovin' it! Support Dr. Horrible ;)
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