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The Wood (1999 Film) Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack

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Laced with nostalgia of the 1980s, the motion picture The Wood hit theaters a decade later touted as a feel-good, then-and-now movie. The accompanying soundtrack, however, relies heavily on late-1990s talent and makes only three short trips back to the '80s. Classic tracks such as Whodini's "Freaks Come Out at Night" and 1987's beatbox-heavy "Make the Music with Your Mouth Biz" leaves listeners yearning for additional musical flashbacks. The Wood's more up-to-date sound is handled by DMX, R. Kelly, the Roots, Outkast, and Mystikal. Balanced with both hip-hop and R&B, the soundtrack is best summed up by Ahmad's smooth "Back in the Day (Remix)," which reveals: "Some days I sit and wish I was a kid again." --Celine Wong

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Neck Uv Da Woods - Mystikal & Outkast
  2. Think About You - Blackstreet
  3. Ya All Know Who! - The Roots
  4. I Can I Can - DMX
  5. Tha Hood (It's All Good) - Cash Money Millionaires
  6. Belts To Match - UGK
  7. It's All Good - R. Kelly
  8. I Wanna Know - Joe
  9. Crave - Marc Dorsey
  10. 24-7 (Lil' Jon Dirty South Mix) - Liberty City Fla.
  11. Jane's Law - Jane Blaze
  12. Still Strugglin' - Too $hort
  13. Dante's Girl - NIGHT & DAY
  14. Love Letter - Imajin
  15. Freaks Come Out At Night - Whodini
  16. Make The Music With Your Mouth Biz - Biz Markie
  17. Back In The Day (Remix) - Ahmad
  18. If This World Were Mine - Luther Vandross & Cheryl Lynn


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 13, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: July 13, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Jive
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000JJJ4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,381 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Joe is destined for greatness with this bomb. Guaranteed to get your girl in the mood for some live swirls. Check it out.
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Unexpected, but still tight. Let me explain. The movie has the old jams we grew up on. The soundtrack only has a few of those old jams. Songs from today are added to this soundtrack of a movie based in the 80s. I enjoy the classic old school jams and immediately embraced those tracks. It took some time, but I'm liking these new jams now.
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My review is right in the middle because if you average off all the songs thats wut it is. Anyway, my fav tracks are, of course, the roots "Y'all Know Who", cause any roots song is tight if u's a fan, "Neck Uv Da Woods" isnt up there lyrical, but its got a dope beat so i give it some credit, "I Wanna Know" by Case and "Think about You" by Blackstreet, both very smooth tracks, the adequate R. Kelly songnd of course the classic Biz Markie track "Make the Music w/your mouth Biz". Some disappointments were the DMX track (HE MUST HAVE BEEN DRUNK WITH THOSE LYRICS!), the Cash Money song and a bunch of tracks by unknowns. It has several good songs, but dont look for a masterpiece here. Peace.
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yes, i love the Teddy P. song as well, and no its not on there. do some research before buying a cd people. lots of songs are not on this cd. i think most people are part of an older generation that appreciate real love songs, im...coughs.. 29 and teddy pendergrass, lenny williams etc can sing what true love songs should sound like. all im saying is dont down this cd because one song isnt on there. i wanted this song as well and just downloaded it on I-tunes for 99 cents instead of buying this whole cd. took me 2 seconds to google this cd and check for teddy p.
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By A Customer on August 23, 1999
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You should have included Teddy Pendergrass's song on the soundtrack. I would have brought the soundtrack. That song brought back memories for the older group that went to see the movie. We can't remember the name of the song. But it made the wedding special.
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It does not have the Teddy Pendergrass song "You're my latest, greatest inspiration" that they play during the wedding. Thats all i wanted to hear sadly but other than that I'd imagine it is a decent soundtrack. I didnt buy it though.
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I liked the way thay remixed the song "Back in the Day" by Ahmad that song is the "Bomb". Then Mystikal and Outkast go off with their slammin track. Also Blackstreet with their tight jam. Well in all that is a tight soundtrack put together featuring all this slammin artists. You should go buy this soundtrack because you will be satisified with the results and you get your money's worth.
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By A Customer on July 14, 1999
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This is the best soundtrack out there. Blackstreet, the Roots, DMX, and Mystikal & Outkast are all off the hook. Even the song by Imajin is pretty fly. I loved the remix of Back In The Day by Ahmad. I liked how they included all those songs that aren't even in the movie, all of them are so dope. I hope that the movie is as phat as the soundtrack. Go buy this right now it is a MUST HAVE.
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