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The Sopranos - Peppers & Eggs: Music from the HBO Series Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (December 13, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: December 13, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Columbia
  • Run Time: 55 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005AR37
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Every Breath You Take/Theme From Peter Gunn (Mr. Ruggerio's Remix) - Henry Mancini
2. Battle Flag - Pigeonhed
3. I've Got A Feeling - The Campbell Brothers
4. The Captain - Kasey Chambers
5. Shuck Dub - R.L. Burnside
6. Affection - The Lost Boys
7. My Lover's Prayer - Otis Redding
8. Certamente - Madreblu
9. Black Books - Nils Lofgren
10. Frank Sinatra - Cake
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. High Fidelity - Elvis Costello
2. Living On A Thin Line - The Kinks
3. Girl - Vue
4. Sposa Son Disprezzata - Cecilia Bartoli
5. I Who Have Nothing - Ben E. King
6. Return To Me - Bob Dylan
7. Make No Mistake - Keith Richards
8. Piove - Lorenzo Jovanotti
9. Space Invader - The Pretenders
10. Tiny Tears - Tindersticks
See all 13 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Buy this or else! Includes Every Breath You Take/Theme from Peter Gunn (Mr. Ruggerio's mix) Police/Henry Mancini; My Lover's Prayers Otis Redding; Black Book Nils Lofgren; Baubles, Bangles and Beads Frank Sinatra; Thru and Thru Rolling Stones; Living on a Thin Line Kinks; I Who Have Nothing Ben E. King; Return to Me Bob Dylan; Gloria Van Morrison, and more.

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The Sopranos have become considerably more than just the average psychically tortured New Jersey mob family next door. HBO's innovative, if distinctly murderous soap opera has become a modern cultural icon, one whose innovative pop music score is almost an equal supporting cast member. The term dizzying has been overused in describing strong soundtrack collections, but it just might not do this second volume of Sopranos music justice. Show creator David Chase, director Martin Bruestle, and executive producer Brad Grey are credited with this rich, cross-genre, multigenerational collection, but they tellingly thank a few score others. The contributions from usual suspect vets like Frank Sinatra, Dylan, Elvis Costello, Otis Redding, Van Morrison, the Kinks, Keith Richards (and the Stones), the Pretenders, and Ben E. King contain more than their fair share of musical and contextual surprises. But the collection's true appeal lies in its artistically oblique corners, which somehow embrace alt-rock (R&B tinged and straight up, courtesy of Pigeonhed and Cake, respectively), nouveau Aussie country (Kasey Chambers), traditional gospel and swampy blues (the Campbell Brothers with Katie Jackson, R.L. Burnside), Vivaldi (Cecilia Di Bartoli), and contemporary Neopolitan pop (Madreblu, Lorenzo Jovanotti). Even budding star Uncle Junior chimes in, with Dominic "Goldenthroat" Chianese lending a spare, heartfelt rendition of the traditional "Core'ngrato"; hang onto your kneecaps, 'N Sync! --Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

Good tavellin' tunes.
Sue H
With that said, this CD is an eclectic collection of music and if you're a Sopranos fan like me, you'll love it, too.
Trawler Captain
The Sopranos is simply the best series going around and this music is a masterstroke in selection.
Lance G. Rigley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
One of the many things that makes The Sopranos the best shows on television is the great use of music to conveys themes of the show. The music styles run the gamut from opera to hip hop and in some cases act like a Greek chorus. Despite the inclusion of the Police's mega hit "Every Breath You Take", most of the songs are either by obscure artists or use lesser known songs by big acts. Examples include The Rolling Stones' "Thru & Thru", Elvis Costello & The attractions' "Hi Fidelity", Otis Redding's "My Lover's Prayer", The Kinks' "Living On A Thin Line & Nils Lofgren's "Black Books". Dominic Chianese (Uncle Junior) even shows up with a song you get a nice bonus of dialogue from the show. Peppers & Eggs does what a good soundtrack should do, include good music and conveys a sense of the show's spirit.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By James Hiller VINE VOICE on May 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
A CD that Anthony Soprano himself would "pop" into his player. It's a perfect fusion of all different types of music; Italian opera to jazz to the best of rock and roll; listening to it is a continual suprise. I struggled to find a song on it I didn't like. Starting off strong with the brilliant "Peter Gunn/Every Breath you Take" mix, this CD covers such a gamut of music, you'd wonder how it works. But it does, and brilliantly. Fan or no fan of the Sopranos, you won't go wrong purchasing this CD for your collection.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Lance G. Rigley on June 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This HBO classic series,is unique in modern television,it is interesting,unique,professional and damn adult entertainment.The music that either accompanys the dialogue or sets the scenes or plays as the Jersey soap opera unfolds,is as intricate to the story and the success of this series as an additional major character.This selection will have to appreciating the music for itself and evoking memories of scenes in the series. The Sopranos is simply the best series going around and this music is a masterstroke in selection.I am personally pleased to see the Rolling Stones mixing it with the Chairman of the Board(a nice touch in the context of Sinartra and his connections)and Casey Chambers alongside Vivaldi.Elvis Costello and the Attractions with Nils Lofgren,and then there is Keith, Nils hero there with Ottis Redding..talk about rock n roll heaven!!!!!Who could possibly not be impressed with this collection. It is pleasing to hear a soundtrack that actually enhances the enjoyment of the project rather than feels like it has been slapped together and forced into the format.But what would you expect from a producers and the talent involved with this whole project.I have experienced two great soundtracks in quick succession,and the other I refer to is that of the recently released *Moulin Rouge* movie,the subject of another review but equally as evocative and exciting.The Sopranos have a particular feel that to be successful,must have a series of songs that compliment the drama the quirkiness and the good fellas humour..it is here in trumps!!! You would do worse than to buy this soundtrack and savour the magic and then link it to the series..not a weak track on this collection,and a mixture of talent that makes it a rewarding experience.I highly recommend it!!!..4.5 to 5 stars...get it,the producers are making you an offer you cant refuse.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Brett Timperman on May 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I am an absolute Sopranos addict. I need this show on Sunday like I need a cigarette in the morning. So naturally, I rushed to pick up the latest Sopranos soundtrack, and I could not be more pleased. Every song on this album fits perfectly with the mood of the series. I listened to the first track, the amazing mix of "Every Breath You Take" and "The theme from Peter Gunn" from the first episode of the first season, in my car on the way to work this morning, and I was constantly checking my rear view mirror for the Feds.
The show's music has always been a vital part of the series (just try imagining a typical orchestral soundtrack playing next time you watch) and Peppers and Eggs is a necessity for every Sopranos fan.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
What a great lineup of some very obscure material! I'm not sure who the music editors of the Sopranos are but I think they really know how to the set the mood of the show. From now on, whenever I hear "Thru and Thru" by the Rolling Stones, I will always remember the final scenes of the last episode of Season 2, with James Gandolfini's Tony Soprano proudly smoking his stogie. And from now on, whenever I hear the remix of "Every Breath You Take/Peter Gunn", I will think of the FBI trying to plant a wire in the Sopranos home. That's why this soundtrack and the first Sopranos soundtrack are both brilliant collections of music.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Erik Keilholtz on May 10, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Like the original Sopranos soundtrack, this second volume brings diverse and interesting music together to create a compelling double cd set. While the music on this record obviously works to support the drama of the show, it stands alone as music. For my vote for the best track on the soundtrack: the Campbell Brothers with Katie Jackson's I've Got a Feeling (off of their fantastic Arhoolie record Pass Me Not (any of the Arhoolie Sacred Steel series are worth checking out, though)), but the Cecilia Bartoli track is a good second. Taken as a whole, this collection shows what is so great about America's culture: Blues, Italian art music, steel-guitar driven down home Gospel, proto-punk, jazz, all can exist side by side, and, far from clashing, can compliment each other to create a rich sonic landscape.
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