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It's All Gone Pete Tong Import, Soundtrack

4.3 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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The double album, compiled by James Doman and Positiva's Ben Cherrill, brings together the film's musical highlights across 2 CDs. The first highlights the more melancholic moments from the film, and opens with an exclusive Graham Massey remix of the seminal 'Pacific State' by 808 State, it then takes you on a serene journey through tracks such as the classic 1930's love song 'Parlez Moi D'Amour' by Lucienne Boyer, the Beta Band's 'Troubles', and Goldfrapp's awesome remake of Depeche Mode's 'Halo' before finishing up with the Beach Boys' 'Good Vibrations' and Barefoot's unique new version of 'White Lines'. CD 2 moves things up a gear, with an outstanding selection of Frankie Wilde's clubbing highlights that includes anthems such as Deep Dish's 'Flashdance', Shapeshifters' awesome new single 'Back To Basics', Ferry Corsten's 'Rock Your Body Rock' alongside the exclusive Doublefunk feat. Frankie Wilde 'Can You Hear Me Now', plus Reflekt's 'Need To Feel Loved', and Orbital's festival fave 'Frenetic'. EMI. 2005.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Pacific State (Massey's Conga Mix)
  2. Cloud Watch
  3. Dry Pool Suicide
  4. Moonlight Sonata
  5. Baby Piano
  6. Ku Da Ta
  7. Mirage
  8. Troubles
  9. Parlez-Moi D'amour
  10. Need To Feel Loved (Horizontal Mix)
  11. It's Over
  12. Depeche Mode - Halo (Goldfrapp Remix)
  13. How Does It Feel?
  14. Holding On
  15. Four-Four-Four
  16. Music For A Found Harmonium
  17. Learning To Lip-Read
  18. Good Vibrations
  19. Interlude
  20. White Lines
  21. Intro
  22. Djs In A Row
  23. Flashdance (Raul Rincon Remix)
  24. Good To Go Mixed With Rock That House Musiq
  25. Bluewater (Original Mix)
  26. Back To Basics (Main Vocal Mix)
  27. Up & Down (Superclub)
  28. Serendipity
  29. Plastic Dreams 2003 (Tayo & Acid Rockers Remix)
  30. Rock Your Body Rock (Rennie Pilgrem Remix)
  31. Can You Hear Me Now? (Cub Mix)
  32. Musak (Original)
  33. Yimanya
  34. Need To Feel Loved (Seb Fontaine's & Jay P's Type Remix)
  35. More Intensity
  36. Frenetic (Short Mix)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 30, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: EMI Import
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • ASIN: B00097HDOU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #309,841 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Overlooked and underappreciated by far too many, the film is an excellent satire on the club and music scene, and the soundtrack CD absolutely captures the essence of the film. Disc 1 (Day) is great for relaxing or using as an ambient assist while working (I use it at work in the morning to slowly wind-up). Disc 2 (Night) is one of those rare concept "sides" where all the tracks were smoothly blended into each other so what you hear is one long track. It's perfect for a party mix (if you really want to amp it up) -- my wife uses it while exercising and I use it at the office in to combat the afternoon sleepies that usually kick in about 2 - 5 PM. And by the way, the version of the CD we have is NOT copy-protected.
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If you are looking for all the cool music out of the movie, then this is the thing to purchase. It has all the music from the club scenes in the movie, and unlike most sound tracks, has the music that I actually wanted.

The only difference between what is in the movie and what is on the cd is the mix of Rock your Body Rock by Ferry Corsten
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If you haven't seen the movie, the soundtrack may seem Dr Jekyll/Mr Hyde with the 2 disc set separating the chill/relaxed tunes from the upbeat/house tracks. However the selections are terrific, even not in context of the film, from Troubes (Beta Band) and the melodic mix of Halo and How Does It Feel? to the beat hands to the air tunes of DJs in a Row, Rock Your Body Rock, and Need to Feel Loved. Music For A Found Harmonium and Good Vibrations are out of place except in context to the film, but nonetheless a solid soundtrack to drop in the hifi and get jazzed for a nite out (or wind-down from said nite out).
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After watching the movie, we ordered the cd. We loved the cd as much as the movie! The "Night" cd is more our taste in music, but the "Day" cd has some very good songs as well. The only thing that was disappointing is the version of "Rock Your Body" on the cd. It is still a good song, just not the same as in the movie.
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I enjoyed the film, It's All Gone Pete Tong, but the soundtrack blew me away. I've listened to this 2 disc set more times than I can count, and it's just expertly mixed, feel-good music. Not a bad track on the set, in my opinion. Disc 1 is more laid back, chill-out music, while disc 2 is classic club tunes. Play it loud at house parties as it was intended to be.

Highly recommended for fans of house music.
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By Boony on March 23, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Excellent soundtrack for an excellent film.

The "night" disc is terrible, I just forget it exists.

This review is for the "island/day" disc mix, which is HANDS DOWN one of the best 'downtempo/chillout/whatever you want to call it' style mixes. Hammond's contribution is outstanding and I often wonder why he did not out more music. Such a talented writer. All the other tracks flow beautifully and perfectly into one perfect 'coming down' mix. Check it.
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I loved the movie and I love it's soundtrack, nice casing complete info on a good quality sleve and of course great music on both CDs well mixed. It has a permanent place on my car.
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