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Never Been Kissed: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 6, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: April 9, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B00000ID3P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,498 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Never You Mind - Semisonic
2. Standing By - Willis
3. Lucky Denver Mint - Jimmy Eat World
4. Problem - Remy Zero
5. Erase & Rewind - Cardigans
6. Closer To Myself - Kendall Payne
7. At My Most Beautiful - R.E.M.
8. Catch A Falling Star - Block
9. Candy In The Sun - Swirl 360
10. Until You Loved Me - The Moffatts
11. Cumbia De Los Muertos - Ozomatti
12. Watching The Wheels - John Lennon/Yoko Ono
13. Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want - The Smiths
14. Innocent Journey - Sonichrome
15. Don't Worry Baby - The Beach Boys
16. A Girl Named Happiness (Never Been Kissed) - Jeremy Jordan

Editorial Reviews

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This odds 'n' ends mix of '60s, '70s, and '90s pop clashes like an all-plaid tuxedo, so those with a stereo pre-programming function--or better yet, a remote--would be wise to rearrange this album's songs in a less jarring manner. Unlike many teen flick soundtracks, Never Been Kissed tries hard to follow the film script's championing of the underdog: There are no Everclears, no Alanises, just primarily a warm, risk-free blend of mostly lesser-known pop acts (Semisonic, Remy Zero, Sonichrome) who sound vaguely reminiscent of other, bigger-name pop acts. The rub is that the string of modern bubblegum numbers segues into a sprinkling of old faves like John and Yoko's "Watching the Wheels" and the Beach Boys' "Don't Worry Baby," both of which are hideously out of place next to the ethnic rap stylings of Ozomatli and no-brainer jubilance of teen idol Jeremy Jordan. The final insult is the inclusion of The Smiths' tender "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want," a ballad that strongly identified the mood of '80s high-school movies (it originally appeared on the Pretty in Pink soundtrack) but has no meaning in this cootchy-coo context. --Kristy Ojala

Customer Reviews

I like this song better than The Right Kind of Love.
t.phoenix
I highly recommend this fun and well-thought out soundtrack, enjoy!
ADRIENNE MILLER
This is hands down the best soundtrack I have ever heard.
Michelle Read

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66 of 66 people found the following review helpful By t.phoenix on March 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
People are usually upset that the soundtrack doesn't contain a song that they really want from the movie which makes them hesitate whether they should buy the CD or not. This is the first soundtrack I have come across that all the important favourite songs from the movie has been taken from.

Everyone keeps asking for the name of the particular song from a scene so here they are:
1. Never You Mind - Semisonic (Party at Robs)Good innocent party song. Very fun and catchy.
2. Standing By - Willis (Carnival) Perfect fit with the scene. Acoustic Guitar Guru. It's a Don't Worry Be Happy song. Very joyful. Feel like shaking a pair of rattles to this song.
3. Lucky Denver Mint - Jimmy Eat World (Havn't heard this song in the movie)Smooth relaxing song, you know those ones that make you feel like you're drifting on a cloud.
4. Problem - Remmy Zero (Not heard) Not that great. But I don't hate it.
5. Erase & Rewind - Cardigans (Prom King and Queen have their first dance) I love this song! Great slow song to dance to.
6. Closer To Myself - Kendall Payne (Josie walks through men's change room to see coach)I like it.
7. At My Most Beautiful - R.E.M. (Guy walks out of Josie's room after he he ask her to the prom)Sweet and also relaxing.
8. Catch A Falling Star - Block (Opening credits) Such a catchy song to sing along to. A classic remake of Perry Como. You would have heard this song on Princess Diaries, if you've seen it.
9. Candy In The Sun - Swirl 360 (At the prom where these dudes melt the ice sculpture)Great pop/rock song to dance to.
10. Until You Loved Me - The Moffatts (End credits) A mix of pop, country, and rock. Very catchy but kind of too dopey love for me.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By ok94 on December 22, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I watched the movie and was fairly impressed. It was a good movie, nothing special, but enjoyable. The music is what caught my attention. I must've watched the movie six times in a week because I just kept coming back for the music.
It was a no-brained to buy the soundtrack. Now, if only it was the soundtrack. Many of the songs on this soundtrack are not even present in the movie, and if they are, I didn't notice after a dozen viewings. I recognized about eight of the sixteen, and I only like three or four of those eight.
In short, although this soundtrack has many of the songs from the movie, it is missing most of them. In fact, all the missing songs I have listed at the bottom of this review.
What a disappointment...and of course when you visit Capitol Records' website, there isn't an email address OR postal address OR phone number to be had!
She Bop, performed by Cyndi Lauper Suburban Life, performed by Kottonmouth Kings Seventeen (demo), performed by Jimmy Eat World Cool Magnet, performed by Local H I Just Died in Your Arms, performed by Cutting Crew Smash, performed by The Murmurs Girls Move Their Butts, performed by Grandmaster Slice Uncle Bill's Ride, performed by Mister Jones Three is a Magic Number, performed by Blind Melon Heartbreaker, performed by Pat Benatar Free to Be You and Me, performed by The New Seekers Here We Go, performed by Stakka Bo Cut Chemist Suite, performed by Ozomatli Me, Myself and I, performed by De La Soul Like A Prayer, performed by Madonna Barrel Organ, performed by David Farnon Go Daddy O, performed by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Heaven Tonight, performed by Hole Peppy Rock, performed by BTK Nowhere Slow, performed by Homegrown Bitter, performed by the Pietasters Riot Nrrrd, performed by 2 Skinnee J's Look Who's Perfect Now, performed by Transister Stay, performed by Radford
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
As I watched Never Been Kissed, the music struck me as exceptionally chosen for the moments in the movie that needed music most. This is a great CD contribed of 16 songs from very different eras of rock 'n' roll and just music in general. Let me give you a detailed description of this album.
1. Never You Mind (song playing at party at Rob's)- Excellent song with loud driving chorus and softer melodies. Great for parties, as it is seen in the movie, and great piano.
2. Standing By (song playing at carnival)- Great song with excellent vocals and lyrics.
3. Lucky Denver Mint (???)- Nice, but not as solid and memorable as some of the other tracks on this CD.
4. Problem (???)- Also nice, great words. Weak.
5. Erase/Rewind (Song played at prom for king and queen's dance) Great slow song by artist of "Lovefool".
6. Closer to Myself (song played when Josie goes into boys locker room)- Great beginning, drifts a bit, picks up, drifts, etc.
7. At My Most Beautiful (song played with one day to prom and Archie comic question)- very nice and poetic
8. Catch a Falling Star (opening credits)- Silly but fun. Great for dancing!
9. Candy in the Sun (song played when Tracy asks Rob to sleep with her)- Excellent and very pop-like.
10. Until you Loved Me (End credits after first song)- Short but sweet
11. Cumbia De Los Muertos (song played at club where Josie gets high)- Nice, rap sequence not heard in movie.
12. Watching the Wheels (Oh, I know this one! I forget)- Great (anything by Lennon is) Thank God Yoko is no where to be found.
13. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want (song played when Eldis is save from Alpo)- Excellent!
14. Innocent Journey (end credits)- Very Fun!
15. Don't Worry Baby (song played during kiss on pitcher's mound)- Slower than most Beach Boys stuff, just to warn you.
16. A Girl Named Happiness (not in movie- sung by actor who plays Guy)- Slow and fresh!
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