South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture Explicit Lyrics
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South Park (Original Soundtrack) [Explicit]
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|3||It's Easy, MMMKay|
|5||Kyle's Mom's A B**ch|
|6||What Would Brian Boitano Do?|
|8||LA Resistance (Medley)|
|9||Eyes Of A Child|
|10||I Can Change|
|12||Mountain Town (Reprise)|
|13||Good Love - Isaac Hayes as Chef|
|14||Shut Yo Face (Uncle F**KA) - Trick Daddy, Featuring Trina & Tre|
|15||Riches To Rags (MMMKay) - Nappy Roots|
|16||Kyle's Mom's A Big Fat B**ch - Joe C. featuring Kid Rock|
|17||What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II - D.V.D.A.|
|18||I Swear It (I Can Change) - Violent Femmes|
|19||Super - RuPaul|
|20||O Canada - Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush featuring Terrance and Phillip|
Various Performers / Darren Higman / Trey Parker ~ South Park
For anyone who enjoys the irreverent humor of South Park, there's plenty of it on this soundtrack. Stan, Kenny, Kyle, Eric, Sharon, Sheila, Terrance... all step up to the mic and deliver in a way the Chipmunks (their obvious musical influence) would never dare. The use of certain four- and five-letter words make this a less-than-appropriate gift for young 'uns, lest you be misled by the characters' cartoon status. Musically, it's mostly swooning cartoon music capped by the incessant ranting of the main characters. By the time you get to Michael McDonald, you may wonder what this "sophisticated" adult-contemporary singer is doing among the children of South Park and Saddam Hussein. Even Isaac Hayes performs not as a late-night Lothario but as his South Park character, Chef. His track is one of the eight that don't appear in the film but have been added to flesh things out. Weirdest of all: Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush performing a straight rendition of "O Canada." Huh? --Rob O'Connor
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 4.94 x 0.45 inches; 3.31 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Atlantic
- Original Release Date : 1999
- Run time : 1 hour and 21 minutes
- Date First Available : June 22, 1999
- Label : Atlantic
- ASIN : B00000J8BV
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #34,458 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Stan: Mom can I have eight dollars to see a movie?
Stan's Mom: A movie? But I thought you were going ice skating.
Stan: But it is going to be the best movie ever, it is a forgien film from Canada.
Stan's Mom: Alright hear you go, but be back in time for supper.
In the movie, she just is seen saying a movie, or when he goes to Kenny's house, and Kenny's Mom hasn't the door, and asks to see Kenny, and then Kenny is still in bed, and he gets up and gets on his orange coat, that you always pretty much see him where, in the film, she is seen and saying "Where do you think you are going" until after he is ready, and Stan asks him to see the Terrance and Philip movie, but unware that the movie was rated R by the MPAA. On the extra songs, there isa song that is perfomed by Isaac Hayes as Chef singing Good Love. The rest of the songs beteen 13-19, are songs that are done by artist including the late Joe C who passed away on November 16, 2004, and he was born in 1974, does the song Kyle's Mom a Big Fat B**ch featuring Kid Rock, who suppsoly did all the instrumpets on the song, but All Music reports him on vocals, and no word on any intermuets he plays on his recordings, and in concerts. And the last track is O Canada pefromed by Geedy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush, and featuring Terrance and Philip.
The "extra" songs are a waste of time and aren't worth the energy necessary to generate the laser beam that reads the disc. Most of you won't listen to them all the way through even once. The possible exceptions to this is the very cool song by Isaac "Chef" Hayes, possibly Violent Femmes and definitely "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" by DVDA. My only question is, WHY Brian Boitano??? "Oh Canada" is good for it's novelty value and it's good to hear from 2/3rd's of Rush again, only if it's in this very surreal setting.
The song "Blame Canada" earned Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman a nomination for Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 72nd Academy Awards.
Shipping was fast as well, and I ordered this with Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics, which I already reviewed. They came in great shape too!
If you love South Park, and want to hear just the music, I would recommend buying this or if you just want to collect everything South Park. Don't pass on buying this CD!
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South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, is a movie that I have watched a little too often over the years. I still remember sneaking in to the cinema to see it and even buying a copy as my first ever DVD purchase. It is literally the only movie I have ever worn out on that format and quite proud of it. After all, if you’re going to obsessively watch a movie. You might as well pick a memorable one.
If you have never seen the movie, than I won’t spoil the details here. Instead, just go watch it and see what you think. Those who have seen it, will know exactly what to expect and that is twenty fives minutes of the nastiest, funniest sing a long movie music you’ll ever hear in your life. The opening track Mountain Town is fairly innocent and gets totally destroyed by the Canadian folk classic, Uncle F**ka. A superb polka featuring the striking vocals and ass blasts of our buddies Terence and Philip. The momentum continues with Mr Mackey’s It’s Easy Mmmkay. An upbeat number suitable for family members of all ages. This then breaks into the epic Blame Canada and the South Park all time classic, Kyle’s Mom’s a B***h. The latter is a nice improvement on the series original by adding a lot of multi cultural talents.
Now we head into the area of the bigger musical numbers like, What Would Brian Boitano Do?, Satan’s beautiful Up There and the La Resistance medley. These songs could give Disney favourites like Frozen a run for their money. Probably better for your children too. Saddam Hussein then surprises us with an impressive vocal performance on I Can Change. If you watch the film, you’ll also find that one of the world’s most famous dictators is not only a cheeky good humoured lover of Satan. But he is also a singer and an incredible dancer. Who knew, right?! The soundtrack portion of the album winds down with Big Gay Al’s I’m Super and a reprise of Mountain Town, concluding the only worthwhile portion of the soundtrack.
Sadly, after this section we are treated to a half hour of god awful rap based music. The added tracks feature the likes of Nappy Roots, Trick Daddy, Joe C and many other nobodies that people will never care about. Saying that, we do get a funk jam from Isaac Hayes which is fun and a version of the Canadian national anthem from Rush’s Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson. With the exception of these two tracks and Dvda’s What Would Brian Boitano Do?, the rest is a lot of throwaway nonsense and takes away from the sheer creative genius that is found on the first twelve tracks.
Truth be told, if you’re only looking for the music found in the movie, I would buy this album on discount. It’s obviously quite short and the extra tracks are not worth it (for the most part). This soundtrack is much like the movie, it is very easy to find and very cheap to buy. It is worth it for fans of South Park but is otherwise just another novelty item.
Better would have been to include in the CD miore of Marc Shaiman's music.
Though, the songs heard in the film are here and are still very quite enjoyable (for most hears, but not all... ;-))