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Clueless: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack

3.8 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews

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Cool covers by some major names--Cracker ("Shake Some Action"), Counting Crows ("The Ghost in You"), The Muffs ("Kids in America") and World Party ("All the Young Dudes")--capture the film's wild-in-the-malls. Beastie Boys, Coolio, Supergrass, and Jill Sobule also check in with strong material. --Jeff Bateman

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Cool covers by some major names--Cracker ("Shake Some Action"), Counting Crows ("The Ghost in You"), The Muffs ("Kids in America") and World Party ("All the Young Dudes")--capture the film's wild-in-the-malls. Beastie Boys, Coolio, Supergrass, and Jill Sobule also check in with strong material. --Jeff Bateman
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 18, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: July 18, 1995
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Capitol
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002TWJ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,530 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By María on January 30, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I totally loved this soundtrack, it rocks, but it is missing the following songs, which I think were necessary to make it max!:-David Bowie"Fashion", No Doubt"Just a Girl", Salt n Pepa"Shoop", Phunke Asphalt"This Time",Bosstones"Someday I Suppose", Domino"Give It All You Got", Cranberries"Away", The Chocolate Hippies"Close to Heaven", Gail Orange" I Believe I'm You", Jewel"All By Myself", Spin"Ain't Nothing Wrong" and of course, General Public"Tenderness". If anybody knows where I could write about this please write to me
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By A Customer on March 24, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Not only did they leave out Jewl's "All By Myself," but they also left out a hard to find Cranberries song ("Turn Away"), and General Public's "Tenderness" which sets the tone for the movie's ending. For die hard Clueless fans like myself, there should be another soundtrack that captures more of the film's memories. Still, this one is good. I had a hard time deciding between 3 or 4 stars.
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Format: Audio CD
Great movie but there is still a lot of songs missing of the first movie soundtrack let's hope that there will be a second movie soundtrack for CLueLess with all the missing songs on it.
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By A Customer on November 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The movie is good and this CD is good despite the fact that they didn't put General Public's Tenderness and Jewel's song on this CD. Out of the 14 songs on this soundtrack I like 11 of the songs, Kids In America, Shake Some Action, The Ghost In You, Here, All The Yong Dudes, Fake Plastic Trees, Change, Need You Around, Alright, Rollin' With My Homies and Supermodel. Though I was disappointed that Tenderness wasn't on the CD I found a CD called The 80's New Wave and Tenderness is one of the songs on it and I also bought General Public's All The Rage, Tenderness is on that CD also.
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By Geno on December 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
As far as movie soundtracks go, this is one of the best. The movie rocks, as does this movie. The only problem is that they neglected to include "Just A Girl" (by No Doubt) which you could hear in the first Jeep scene. That definitely should have been included on this soundtrack. Otherwise, this is a great soundtrack! One of my favorite songs is the first track, "Kids In America" by The Muffs. I hate how Nickelodeon has turned that song into this little kiddy pop anthem. All of the other songs are really good, too. It really does capture the movie and you can see scenes in your head while you listen to this CD. This is probably one of the most different CD's I own because it really sounds like an early Nineties album. I really like it still to this day, and you will, too. I really reccomend this soundtrack to anyone, and I reccomend the movie to anyone also because they both rock. Until next time, this soundtrack and the movie, Clueless, it was based off of both rock! Enjoy!
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It seems most of the negatives reviews are about what's not on the CD. Maybe there should be "more", but it seems unfair to judge a CD that way, since there is plenty here to like regardless. First off there are some good cover songs here by the Muffs (Kids in America), World Party (All the Young Dudes), and Cracker (Shake Some Action). There is also a dud of a cover song by the Counting Crows, doing an acoustic version of the Psychedelic Furs song "Ghost in You" which for me is the worst song on the CD. The original stuff is fantastic, I love the songs by the Smoking Popes ("Need You Around"), Mighty Mighty Bosstones (Where'd You Go), Supergrass (Alright) and I never really heard the song "Change" by the Lightning Seeds but it might lead me to buying more of their music.
Yes there are songs in the movie that aren't here, but it isn't fair to say that what's on this soundtrack doesn't deserve a good grade. Most everything here is very good to great. And maybe some credit to Amy Heckerling? She directed this movie and "Fast Times at Ridgemont High". Both movies offer alot of great musical references.
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Although most of the bands are unknown, there are a lot of great songs here, if you like rock. Some of them you probably know and like- ALRIGHT (Supergrass), FAKE PLASTIC TREES (Radiohead in an acoustic version), ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (the Bowie song in a very nice cover). Counting Crows fans will buy this CD for this unreleased song, which is a beautiful live acoustic tune. Beastie Boys and Coolio play their traditional styles. Now the unknown bands. The 1st track ia s bright song that reminds Liz Phair. Cracker, Lightning Seeds, Velocity Girl and Jill Sobule tracks are perfect to listen to in the car driving to a party in a hot summer night. HERE is the only dance song here. Smoking Popes has a good track that reminds Ramones. Mighty Mighty Bostones plays a song full of good humour. CLUELESS and BORN ON THE 4th OF JULY are the best selected soundtracks ever released.
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By Jamie on April 21, 2016
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I was slightly disappointed that it wasn't the limited edition yellow plaid pressing, but the record arrived in a timely manner and in perfect condition. It is one of my favorite soundtracks and I was happy to add it to my collection, no matter what it looks like, the music is what matters after all. If you're a fan of it, I recommend owning it on vinyl.
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