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Shrek The Third Soundtrack

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Shrek The Third Soundtrack like its predecessors features songs from some of today's biggest stars such as Fergie, Wolfmother and Snow patrol. Plus classic hits from heritage superstar artists such as The Ramones,Paul McCartney & Wings and Led Zeppelin. Movie opnes 05-18-07.

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Anybody who owns the first two Shrek soundtracks knows that ogres inspire not only charming films but great music--last time out, Pete Yorn, Counting Crows, and Joseph Arthur left monster-sized impressions, and the original movie let loose a masterful rendition of "Hallelujah" by a still-under-the-radar Rufus Wainwright. This go-round the proceedings are playful but backward-looking: Fergie's freewheeling take on the Heart standby "Barracuda" leavens Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle," and Wolfmother's guitar-heavy "Joker and the Thief" stands up straighter than classic rock fans might like alongside Led Zeppelin's classic "Immigrant Song." Eels returns, this time with two doleful but sweet selections, and Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas again cut up (but still manage to carry off) a classic: Here, Sly & the Family Stone's "Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again)" gives up the funk and the fun. The court will be split on a certain actor's absence from the disc; King Arthur, played by Justin Timberlake, might have done a mean cover of Moody Blues' "Nights in White Satin." But we'll never know. --Tammy La Gorce

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Royal Pain - Eels
  2. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio? - The Ramones
  3. Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin
  4. Barracuda - Fergie
  5. Live And Let Die - Wings
  6. Best Days - Matt White
  7. Joker And the Thief - Wolfmother
  8. Other Ways - Trevor Hall
  9. Cat's In the Cradle - Harry Chapin
  10. Losing Streak - Eels
  11. What I Gotta Do - Macy Gray
  12. Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again) - Eddie Murphy
  13. Final Showdown - Rupert Everett
  14. Charming's Plan - Harry Gregson-Williams


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 15, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B000OPOAPW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,747 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By M. Weber on May 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
How could they publish this soundtrack without the most definitive song from the movie - "9 Crimes" from Damien Rice? Anyone who has seen the movie knows what I'm referring. Quite a shame - I wouldn't waste the money on this CD.
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I was surprised and disappointed that the soundtrack left out "9 Crimes" by Damien Rice.
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I agree with a previous reviewer about the omission of "9 Crimes" by Damien Rice. The song has explicit lyrics, and the producers may have felt it was an inappropriate choice. However, why they chose to keep it in the movie we can only guess! I got the song from iTunes. Beautiful!
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The original Shrek Soundtrack was the best soundtrack ever. I still listen to it and it has a permanent slot in my car's cd player. The 2nd soundtrack blew. The 3rd? Eh. I haven't bothered. 9 Crimes by Damien Rice, however, is a great song. The woman singing in it is Lisa Hannigan and the song is available as a CD single and as one of the tracks on his "9" CD.
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The soundtrack to Shrek the third, like it's predecessors, features a diverse array of artists. While not as good as the first (which was brilliant - by the way, to the other reviewer, it DID have Rufus Wainwright singing "Hallelujah" on it, I have the cd), this is still very good. Having not seen the movie yet (so I don't know what was omitted), and having already owned "9 crimes" by Damien Rice (on his "9" album) whose omission bothered most, I'm writing my review based on the music on the cd.

Appearing again (he's been on all 3 soundtracks) is Eels, opening with the upbeat "Royal pain", and appearing again the sunny but merlancholic "Losing streak".

Black Eyed Pea Fergie does a chugging version of the Heart rocker "Barracuda". "Best days" by Matt White is sunny and upbeat, the choppy rocker "Joker and the thief" by Wolfmother (with wailing vocals), the jangly, midtempo "Other ways" by Trevor Hall (great voice), and "What I gotta do" is a soulful ballad by Macy Gray (also featured on her superb new CD "Big").

We get the singing donkey again, Eddie Murphy (with Antonio Banderas), on a remake of the funky Sly & The Family Stone hit "Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again)". "Final showdown" is a showtune like piano ballad by Maya Rudolph and Rupert Everett, and "Charming's plan" is a sweeping cinematic instrumental by Harry Greggson-Williams.

Some oldies show up; "Immigrant song" by Led Zeppelin, "Live & let die" by Wings, "Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?" by The Ramones, and the lovely "Cats in the cradle" by Harry Chapin.

Good, 4 and a half stars really!
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This is not so much a review, but a message to the folks who compiled this soundtrack. After seeing the movie, the song I most wanted was the Damien Rice song 9 Crimes. Why on earth was it left off of the CD? I wouldn't have even known what the song was if it weren't for other reviewers, whom I would like to thank for the information about the song and for saving me the money. I will purchase the Damien Rice CD, but I will not purchase this soundtrack, at least not at full price. I'll wait until I find it in the cheap bin at the local record shop.
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This is an awesome soundtrack it is enjoyable and fun to listen to. The best songs on this cd are all of them
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By Jae Trinidad on January 24, 2008
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Just so you know i think the reason why 9 Crimes wasn't included in the soundtrack was because of the lyrics. It's a kids movie remember. The lyrics talk about cheating and uses the analogy of a gun and how the reciprocated offense is like pulling the trigger and if it's Alright to do the same. It's a beautiful yet very sad song. I don't think Dreamworks would care if you chose to find that song elsewhere yourself. Then again, the artist may appreciate it more if you go out and get his CD.
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