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listen  1. Overture (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 2:45$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Think of Me (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 3:40$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  3. Angel of Music (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 2:42$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  4. The Mirror (Angel of Music) (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 1:59$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  5. The Phantom of the Opera (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 3:34$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  6. The Music of the Night (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 5:40$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  7. Prima Donna (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 3:28$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  8. All I Ask of You (Single Album Version)Emmy Rossum;Patrick Wilson 4:52$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  9. All I Ask of You (Reprise) (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 2:14$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. Masquerade (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 5:30$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen11. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 3:41$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen12. The Point of No Return (Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber 8:00$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen13. Down Once More/Track Down This Murderer (Medley/Single Album Version)Andrew Lloyd Webber12:46Album Only
listen14. Learn to be Lonely (Single Album Version)Minnie Driver 2:21$0.99  Buy MP3 

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  • Performer: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Stilgoe, Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson, et al.
  • Audio CD (November 23, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 143 minutes
  • ASIN: B000654YWY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (404 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #618 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Soundtrack to the long awaited film adaptation of the blockbuster stage musical.

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For better or worse, Andrew Lloyd Webber's adaptation of Gaston Leroux's gothic horror/romance novel has done for stage musicals what Spielberg's Jaws did for fish stories, with worldwide sales of its original cast album approaching 25 million. While director Joel Schumacher's film turns on his typically ambitious visual verve, its new film soundtrack recording has been paradoxically focused in scope, yet beefed up dynamically via the brawny presence of a hundred piece orchestra and The London Boys Choir. This single disc version showcases all of Phantom's key songs (a deluxe, double-disc edition is also available), with Gerard Butler imparting a welcome, youthful sensuality to his Phantom, making a fine foil for Emmy Rossum's ever-conflicted Christine. Original show orchestrator David Cullen has fashioned compelling new contemporary arrangements to frame Webber's songs -- which now conclude with the lilting, upbeat new ballad he wrote for the film, "Learn to Be Lonely," sung by Minnie Driver. --Jerry McCulley

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The only gripe I have is, by listening to this, it makes me want to see the movie every time I do...
Clarissa
The music has a modern classical flare that I absolutely adore, Emmy Rossum is a wonderful singer and Gerard Butler's voice suited the phantom perfectly.
Leila_kirves
I like this version better that the opera because there are more songs, as well as the final song that closed the movie.
Fredrick R. Babcock

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169 of 175 people found the following review helpful By Clarissa on January 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Though vastly under-looked and over-scrutinized by critics and longtime enthusiasts of the original play, with all comparisons aside I personally feel that 'The Phantom Of The Opera' is one of the greatest cinematic experiences ever, and musically it is absolutely breathtaking. This is the type of film I always dreamed of being made. It's a beautiful, tragic tale of love, madness and seduction all rolled up into one. Thus, it is a romantic Gothic horror story unlike anything I've seen done before it and I, anyway, think that it is a masterpiece (and perhaps, even, a future classic?).

If you wish to hear the entire production, as not to miss anything, you'd be better off buying the two-disc deluxe edition, but if you simply want to hear the best tracks from the movie, this collection of highlights does just that. Of course, if you cherish the music as much as I do you might as well buy them both.

The melodies/lyrics in this soundtrack emit many different emotions, such as joyous confessions of love during "All I Ask Of You" that quickly changes into sadness as the Phantom, hurt and betrayed, sings the reprised version full of heartache and rage. On the other hand, "The Phantom Of The Opera" sends chills throughout my body as the orchestra, hauntingly beautiful organ and electric guitar play feverishly to the Phantom saying "sing, my angel of music" in a demanding yet hypnotizing tone while Christine obeys, singing higher and higher as if in some kind of trance. "The Music Of The Night" is another favorite of mine, along with "Prima Donna", "Masquerade", "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again", and "The Point Of No Return".
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86 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Byron Kolln HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has been a long time in coming to the screen, but thanks to the box-office boom of CHICAGO and MOULIN ROUGE (and subsequent renaissance of the movie musical), it's finally arrived - and it's gorgeous. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musicalization of the Gaston Leroux potboiler has been enjoyed onstage now for 18 years, both the London and Broadway productions still high-sellers with theatergoers. This all-new PHANTOM will be welcomed by all Phans with open arms.

This single disc edition of the soundtrack comprises all the main numbers from the musical.

Gerard Butler is a fine Phantom (though occasionally quite raspy and with an accent that seems at odds with the character and other actors).

Young Emmy Rossum is a lovely Christine, and imbues the character with all the restlessness and uncertainty of youth (the only glaring change is the simplified cadenza at the end of "Think of Me"). Her soprano voice is quite beautiful, though it doesn't reach the dizzying heights of previous Christine's like Anna Maria Kaufmann, Rebecca Caine and Sarah Brightman.

Patrick Wilson is a dashing Raoul, beautifully sung (as you would expect from this veteran of Broadway's OKLAHOMA! and THE FULL MONTY). Raoul can be a difficult role to play (in the wrong hands he can be quite weak and effeminate), but Wilson gives us a strong, stridant and powerful adversary to the Phantom.

Margaret Preece (serving as the voice of Minnie Driver's imperious opera diva Carlotta) is thrillingly-sung in the breathtaking "Prima Donna". Jennifer Ellison is a fine little Meg Giry.

The orchestra is full and rich, and serves the music well (the trademark organ motif of the Overture and swelling passages of "All I Ask of You" are superbly-executed).
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Grace G. on July 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Great sdtrk, the music is soaringly romantic and gothic.

Gerard Butler sings with beautiful emotion infusing passion where needed (i.e Point of No Return)and allowing his phantom to gain the sympathy of the audience. Emmy sings her parts beautifully with an ethereal, celtic-like quality to her voice. There is this awesome melancholic tone to her voice in Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again that I didn't get from Sarah Brightman in the Original Cast Recording. Patrick Wilson sings handsomely as Raoul. The Broadway actor saves Raoul's seemingly annoying character from being disliked by the crowd. He doesn't sound muffled, wimpy, out-of-date, boring, or stuck-up. His voice sounds crystal clear, young, romantic, and very manly.
The music is lush! it's fun, dark, romantic, sexy and tragic.
I really feel that it does justice to the musical and is able to stand on it's own.

I wholeheartedly recommend it, the only major problem with it is that many people have a problem with Gerard's voice. And while at the beginning I was one of them, I soon noticed something very different between the tenors who otherwise sang the phantom's part and Gerard. Granted that he is no tenor, but the actor sings with this feeling, conveying EMOTION and not just skills. The phantom's supposed to have an angelic, soaring, voice? Well gee, Michael Crawford sure didn't fit that description and still after eons have passed since the musical he gets all the praise. I haven't heard one actor that played the phantom fit the above description; so why should Gerard be bashed on? Infact, he's one of the best phantom's that I've heard and seen and that's overloooking his obvious attractiveness.
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learn to be lonely
The one in the deleted scene where Gerard Butler sings is called 'No One Would Listen' and since it was cut from the movie, there is no recording of it available anywhere. The only place to hear it is by going to the deleted scene. Sorry, it is really too bad as it is a really excellent song.... Read More
Nov 16, 2007 by Disney_diva |  See all 3 posts
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