Party Monster Soundtrack
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If you can't tell from the track listing, a lot of it is actually not electroclash music, and contrary to popular belief, "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" is NOT on the soundtrack, thank goodness.
A lot of the music sounds like Kraftwerk-era old school techno when the beats-per-minute were still well below 140. For example Mannequin's "take me to the club" is bored-with-the-world down tempo dance music. Ladytron's "seventeen" and Miss Kitten's "Frank Sinatra" are Emperor Norton tracks which both leave you feeling that the vocalists are jaded, louche and stoned. "Frank Sinatra" has been described as "merciless" and it's very apt. Happy Thought Hall's "Get Happy" and W.I.T's "Inside Out" are also mindless, mild techno. Again, the female vocalists sound spacey, like they've been hit in the head with a hammer.Read more ›
Any who, this CD is one of the few that I can honestly say I can listen to from beginning to end without skipping tracks... POINT BEING: It Is FABULOUS, 'nuff said.
-its more like a representation of the dying electroclash fad of the late 90s/early 00s
-but i love it anyway
this is fun music from a fun movie. its not classic in any shape or form, but if you missed out on buying any of the electroclash comps, then pick this up as a tiny piece of history.
I lost this gem of a CD somewhere along the way. It's nearly impossible to replace at a price that isn't nearly impossible to justify. LOVED IT!
"She doesn't get enough cocaine
She doesn't get enough party
She doesn't get enough girls
She doesn't get enough"
by Robert Borrmann and Thomas Brueckner
Performed by Tomcraft (Soundtrack)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the song "Take Me To The Club" and this is where you can get it on CD. It has other great songs too.Published 13 months ago by Discomaniac
Love EVERY SONG!!!
We look like a couple of dorks bouncing in the car dancing - kinda like Chris Kattan and Will Ferrel driving down the street!
This is the ultimate party CD! Love it! How often do you buy a CD and every single song is amazing...NEVER - until NOW! Pop this baby in and dance the night away.Published on September 17, 2013 by Cynthia Weathers
Just like the movie, the playlist is wild. If you're ready for a rave or a party, some of the tracks should be on your DJ playlist :-)Published on February 7, 2013 by Ayndie
Dies anyone know the name of the song playing when the rat tells James about the murder? It was catchy and I downloaded everything by pm I could findPublished on September 5, 2012 by jtmovies91
I've practically got Seth Green's and Macaulay Culkin's 2 of Hearts dance routine down. Look out Dancing with the Stars. great mixture of artists from today and the eighties. Read morePublished on May 24, 2011 by Jerry Dunham