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Driven Soundtrack

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Import pressing of this soundtrack, originally released in 2001 and is now out of print in the US. Warner.

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Horror strikes with a first glance at the cover of this soundtrack album from Sylvester Stallone's race-car drama Driven: could the likes of Stallone, Burt Reynolds, and Kip Pardue (who?) actually be performing these tunes? Fortunately, the presence of movie-star names up front only denotes misguided art direction or an ego trip on the part of "co-executive soundtrack producer" Stallone. The disc instead proves to hold a smorgasbord of overdramatic tracks chosen for maximum multidemographic penetration. In addition to over-the-top pop-country from Curb artists LeAnn Rimes, Tim McGraw, and Jo Dee Messina, there's a misbegotten Matchbox 20/Chili Peppers fusion by Tantric, the Brit-dance-pop of Rob Dougan, and, what's this, an actual worthwhile cut by Hank Williams III that's more country-punk than anything on his excellent debut. Schlocky songwriter Diane Warren's spirit is the guiding one, but her "Soon" (by Rimes) and "I Wanna Get Back with You" (Mary Griffin) are totally outcheesed by awful covers of "For the Love of Money" and "Break On Through" by respective no-names Rare Blend and Steve Holy tacked onto the CD's end. They make the prospect of a Gina Gershon vocal seem not such a bad idea after all. --Rickey Wright

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Breakdown - Tantric
  2. Burn - Jo Dee Messina
  3. Green Light Girl - Doyle Bramhall II & Smokestack
  4. Soon - LeAnn Rimes
  5. I Wanna Get Back With You - Mary Griffin
  6. Good Time - Leroy
  7. Poison Well - Insolence
  8. I'm Not Driving Anymore - Rob Dougan
  9. Satellite - BT
  10. Mother - ERA
  11. Falling For Me - Tamara Walker
  12. Hang On - Hank III
  13. Take Me Away From Here - Tim McGraw
  14. For The Love Of Money - Rare Blend
  15. Break On Through - Steve Holy


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 24, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: April 27, 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Curb Special Markets
  • Run Time: 116 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005BC4N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #238,758 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on September 20, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is a movie about racecar driving. So, why does the soundtrack include LeAnn Rimes but not the movie's hard-hitting Chemical Brother's "Out of Control"? Where's all the cool beats I heard in this... movie? Where's the Dub Pistols? Soul Hooligan? Filter? They were all in the movie. After all, the music was the only thing that kept me staring at Burt Reynold's bad face-lift, listening to Stallone's bumbling lines or even caring anything about the characters that the story never adequately developed. Sure, the driving scenes were good. But some screenwriter (Stallone) got lazy. And didn't even bother to make up for it with a great soundtrack.
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There are two songs in the movie but not on the soundtrack that I have been driving to for many, many months. The two songs that are in the movie and that I drive to are "Out of Control" by The Chemical Brothers and "Right Here, Right Now" by Fatboy Slim. Both of these songs have been in TV commercials. The soundtrack would have been perfect if these two songs would have been included. I'd also recommend The Chemical Brothers and Fatboy Slim. "Out of Control" is on the Surrender album and "Right Here, Right Now" is on You've Come A Long Way, Baby. Despite the less than special effects in the movie these two songs made up for quite a bit.
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It needs the songs it's missing to be good IMO:
Chemical Brothers - Outta Control Crystal Method - High Roller
Without those, meh.
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Another good song this CD is missing other than "High Roller": Fatboy Slim - Right Here Right Now, used during one of the final race scenes. Although the music throughout the movie was great, this CD lacks the two songs that would really make me want this soundtrack. Sure these songs are on dozens of other soundtracks and singles, but it really gets you into the driving mood... one song flowing to the next, as you pass your friendly local law enforcement represenitive.
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i was looking for the song that was played during the pre-race stuff for the last race of the movie, detroit. it's really haunting and really good. it's played when the drivers are putting their equipmenton and strapping into their machines. it just reminds me of when me and my pals gear up for our stuff... thanks for any help.
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By A Customer on December 6, 2003
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I also want to know the name of the song of when all the race car drivers are getting in their cars.If you answer, please write my name so i know that your answering me.thanks
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I'm also trying to find out the name of the song that plays at the beginning of the final race. Does anyone know what it is or who it's by?
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As most reviews have already pointed out, Driven's soundtrack forgot quite a few great tracks played during race sequences, and that really does hurt the overall impact of the CD. They seemed to include quite a bit of the mellow songs that captured the emotional moments of the film, but failed to give us some of the notables, such as Crystal Method. One thing I will forever love this soundtrack for, is the introduction to San Jose, Cali band "Insolence", who's song Poison Well fit perfectly in the movie, and sounds absolutely incredible. I highly recommend the band's first wide release album, Revolution. Breakdown by Tantric is another step in the right direction, and a great track. While the songs played during the racing sequences that *are* here are great, the omissions are unfortunately vast.
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