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A Walk to Remember Soundtrack

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With Britney Spears exploring her burgeoning sexuality, at least on record and stage, Mandy Moore makes her most wholesome offering yet with A Walk to Remember. The soundtrack to this chaste love story offers several Moore tracks along with contributions by guitar-driven Christian-popsters Switchfoot. (She and Switchfoot singer Jonathan Foreman meet on a cover of New Radicals' "Someday We'll Know.") Forgoing the dance-pop that first put her in the charts, Moore sticks mostly to safe ballads that make romance sound as exciting as cleaning one's room. Only the most straitlaced of parents will find anything to protest here. --Rickey Wright
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 15, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: January 25, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005UT2K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (262 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,052 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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First a brief breakdown of the cd:
1. Dare You to Move - Switchfoot: Two words. OH MY! This song gets more special every time I hear it. I keep imagining a certain scene. The vocals are beautiful and the powerful background music draws you in.
2. Cry - Mandy Moore: This is by far her best song ever. Unless you live in a hole you've heard it before so I don't have to do much explaining. Every time I hear it I'm reminded of the on screen romance. This song is truly becoming a classic to me.
3. Someday We'll Know - Mandy Moore & Jonathan Foreman: A very nice duet. Their voices flow together perfectly. This should have been more publicized. Only since listening to the cd have I even heard of this song. That's a shame because of the beautiful harmony they create.
4. Dancin' In The Moonlight - Toploader: Great cover. You'll know this song once you hear it. It's so cute. Kinda hippy-ish. I like that. Nice back beats.
5. Learning To Breathe - Switchfoot: Very good song. Not the best one on here but great nonetheless. It's very romantic mixing the elements of strong background music and very powerful vocals. You'll find this song growing on you with every listen.
6. Only Hope - Mandy Moore: Beautiful song. This will remind you very much of the love in the movie. Mandy's beautiful voice really shines through here and unlike Britney she's not using her songs to promote her movie. This song isn't even on her cd. I wouldn't mind it anyway because of the talent she has.
7. It's Gonna Be Love - Mandy Moore: Another very pretty song of hers. Again, not the best on the cd but a great listen. In first listen it may seem very poppy but a closer analysis reveals just the opposite. She uses her voice and not mechines to back up her song. The harmonies are also beautiful.
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Funny how teen pop-dom's most overlooked and underrated star may very well turn out to be its most enduring. Yeah, okay, I admit I was one of those who underestimated Mandy Moore, automatically lumping her together with others in her homogeneous genre without a second thought. It took a precious little film like "A Walk to Remember" to change my mind. Now, not only does she have my attention, but my complete respect and admiration. She has, in my mind, successfully distanced herself from the pack and has proven her potential for staying-power. I can rave at length about her performance in the movie, but I'm supposed to be reviewing the soundtrack, so I'll save it for the DVD. Suffice it to say, I am blown away by her all-around talent. The girl is nothing short of gifted -- a true artist.
I cannot stress enough how amazing and diverse this soundtrack is. There are absolutely no throw-away songs. It truly lives up to all the high praise people have given it. It is at its most effective if you've seen the movie because the scenes really do re-play in your mind as you listen. Moore performs four songs on the 13-song disc, and each showcases her angelic, mature voice and impressive vocal range. I'm sure everyone's heard "Cry" from the movie promos and whatnot. It remains one of my favorites on the CD. "Only Hope," a beautifully-written ballad (by Switchfoot's Jonathan Foreman), is heard in its entirety in the film. I loved Moore's take on it; backed only by piano, she sings it with such conviction and maturity that you forget she's only 17. "It's Gonna Be Love" is a catchy little number -- very easy on the ears. Then there's "Someday We'll Know," her amazing, incredible, marvelous duet with Foreman.
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I thought I'd volunteer to answer a few questions some people may have about this album.
1."Is it really just a collection of CHRISTIAN pop ballads?"
Absolutely not. The lyrics of these songs contain no religious imagery or ideology. As a non-Christian, I was not offended in any way. Some people tend to confuse faith, spirituality, and strength with "preaching". But A Walk to Remember is about being true to oneself, whatever that may be. And the spirit of diversity is embraced in the range of music presented on the soundtrack.
2."Is it really just a collection of Christian POP BALLADS?"
No, no, no. Haven't you been listening? This album has folk, punk, and Broadway musical influences. The word to describe it is "inclusive."
3."I heard Shane West's band was on here?!" Relax, they are. It's track 11. Here are the true track listings:
Dare You To Move - Switchfoot 4:09
Cry - Mandy Moore 3:43
Someday We'll Know - Mandy Moore And Jonathan Foreman 3:42
Dancin' In The Moonlight - Toploader 3:52
Learning To Breathe - Switchfoot 4:36
Only Hope - Mandy Moore 3:53
It's Gonna Be Love - Mandy Moore 3:51
You - Switchfoot 4:13
If You Believe - Rachael Lampa 3:49
No One - Cold 3:17
So What Does It All Mean? - West, Gould & Fitzgerald 2:59
Mother, We Just Can't Get Enough - New Radicals 5:44
Only Hope - Switchfoot 4:13
Take a chance and buy this one. It will convince the most jaded critic that even pop stars can be true artists. Miss Moore has never sounded better.
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