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Coach Carter Import, Soundtrack

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Soundtrack features ALL NEW MUSIC from multi-platinum artists - KANYE WEST, TWISTA, CHINGY, FABOLOUS, ST. LUNATICS and breakout artists THE GAME and CIARA.

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It may be a predictable exercise in Hollywood formula (Samuel L. Jackson plays the title character, a tough, no-nonsense high school basketball coach whose stern demeanor aims at making more than one kind of champion of his young charges) but it's a well-crafted one, musically endowed with a hip-hop soundtrack that gives it a sense of time, place and urban edge -- if only 2/3 of this collection's cuts are actually in the film. Superstar beat-savvy may be in short supply, but the mid-tempo groove of "Southside" by The Game (featuring a spotlight turn by Lil Scrappy) and Red Café's nervy opener "All Night Long" are notable contributions. Elsewhere, tracks by Kanye West, Malik Yusef, Common and JV (the teasing "Wouldn't You Like to Ride"), Chingy, Twista ("Hope," featuring the soul-infused backing of Faith Evans) and Ciara (the sexy slink of "Roll Wit' You") impart an up-to-the-minute edge to the collection, even if some of the remainder seem culled from the B-team. --Jerry McCulley
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 11, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: January 14, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: Capitol
  • Run Time: 136 minutes
  • ASIN: B0006FFRZM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,596 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is the entire list of songs from the "Coach Carter" movie. There may be some oversights. But it's far more accurate than the track listing on the sound track.

Great movie. Bad Soundtrack. Music is an integral part of many movies. I find it so disappointing when the tracks you heard in the movie are not included on the soundtrack.

I sympathise with legalities of trying to pull all the labels and artists together. But as the consumer, it just plain sucks.
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The name of the song where Coach Carter is alone in the gym is called "Let the Drummer Kick" by Citizen Cope.
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Eric,

The song you're looking for when coach Carter is standing in the gym is "Let The Drummer Kick" by Citizen Cope from his 2002 album "Citizen Cope". Hope this helps.

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Let the Drummer Kick by Citizen Cope

The song plays when coach Carter is in the gym by himself looking at his name on the banner at Richmond High. I love this song, and I searched all the songs on the Coach Carter soundtrack, but couldn't find it. I don't like how it doesn't have it on there, because almost everyone I've talked to seems to be missing it. I searched a forum and found the title of the song. I hope this helps some people finding the song.
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This is a good compilation of hip hop music, and it compliments the movie well, but there are a lot of songs in the film missing on the soundtrack that would have made this a 5-star effort. And also, the "Elation, creation, incarceration, determination..." song is called "Let the Drummer Kick" and it's by Citizen Cope. It definitely should be on the soundtrack it's a great song.
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Here are a few songs that weren't on the cd..

1.Tupac-Changes(its the song that was in the movie trailer)

2.Nonpoint-In the air tonight

3.Ying Yang Twins-Halftime

4.Citizen Cope-Let the drummer kick it(I'm not too sure about this song being in the movie but i'm pretty sure it is)

5.Lauryn Hill-Lost Ones
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First off, most of the reviews on here aren't even reviews at all; they're questions asking people to tell them what song was playing in such-and-such scene. People really need to take those questions to a message board. Second, five of the songs on this soundtrack aren't even featured in the movie. But after listening to it, I wondered if that decision was a bad thing after all because as great as the movie Coach Carter was, the soundtrack doesn't do it justice.

By looking at many of the artists on here, it might make some people want to leave the album in the store. There are a lot of unimpressive joints, like the 1995 sound of Mack 10 and Da Hood's "Balla" and CzarNok's corny rhymes on "Beauty Queen". And Fabolous falls victim to yet another Mase comparison with the trite "No Need For Conversation", mainly because the music doesn't sound much different from "Breathe, Stretch, Shake".

Chingy sounds wack as usual on the wrongfully titled "Professional", but the thing is that he still sounds better than his accompanying crew, G.I.B. (the Get It Boys). Speaking of wack crews, the St. Lunatics also appear on this album (sans Nelly) to deliver "Time", and the third verse contains one of the weakest similes I have ever heard: "I'm on point like a guard". Another lyrical faux pas is when Red Café says his style is "butter like Parkay" on "All Night Long". Parkay is margarine, not butter.

Trey Songz also sounds misguided on the bling-blingin' style of "About Da Game"; I really think he should stick to ballads. There's also the odd pairing of the Game and Lil Scrappy on "Southside", and Scrappy's not even rapping; he's just talking at the end of the song, but Game doesn't exactly save the song, either.
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