"Chock full of hits from The Smiths, Doves, Feist, Simon & Garfunkel, Wolfmother, The Temper Trap, She & Him, and Hall & Oates, just to name a few, this soundtrack perfectly accompanies one of the best movies of the year. Favorite track: Â“UsÂ” (Regina Spektor)."
"Best album from this band since "Crash"! Finally, after their past two questionable albums, we find a release that harkens back to their early days all the while touching upon that new sound that theyÂ’ve been working to perfect since Everyday. Favorite track: Why I Am."
"Probably one of the BEST concept albums EVER! This folk rock opera of Grimm Fairy Tale proportions tells the love story of shape-shifter William who falls in love w/ a woman named Margaret. They must overcome WilliamÂ’s jealous forest queen mother, a man (rake) w/ murderous tendencies & a raging river. ItÂ’s a great story & makes for great music. Favorite track: The Hazards of Love II (Wager All)."
"Not as touching as the season 3 score, but just as poignant. You donÂ’t even have to be a fan of the show to appreciate the masterful use of strings in this soundtrack. Giacchino keeps getting robbed each year he doesnÂ’t win an Emmy. Favorite track: ThereÂ’s No Place Like Home."
"By Michael Giacchino. The best soundtrack/score of the year is, unfortunately, only available as a MP3 download. But itÂ’s SOOOO worth it. Both Pixar and Giacchino exceed all greatness with this score! A great score to go with my favorite Pixar movie so far! Favorite track: Married Life."
"Some may say this is a guilty pleasure but I say thereÂ’s nothing to feel guilty about liking this show and its soundtrack that have all the greatness of unknown talent. With famous songs set to a Â“musicalÂ”-type setting, how could you go wrong? Favorite tracks: Â“DonÂ’t Stop BelievinÂ’,Â” Â“Keep Holding On.""
"Some may say this is a guilty pleasure but I say thereÂ’s nothing to feel guilty about liking this show and its soundtrack that have all the greatness of unknown talent. With famous songs set to a Â“musicalÂ”-type setting, how could you go wrong? Favorite track: "Imagine," "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," and "My Life Would Suck Without You"."
"HeÂ’s been around a while. And if you havenÂ’t had the pleasure of listening to him yet, you should do yourself a favor and give him a try for some pure, unadulterated rock. The songs on this album were written shortly after Hoge had gotten in a serious traffic accident, hence the title of the album. Favorite track: Goodnight/Goodbye."
"Not as great as As I Am, but still good! Each album of KeysÂ’ grows more into poetry (not a bad thing!) and whatÂ’s even better is that she writes great music. Favorite track: Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart."
"Thank goodness that there are musicians like Joe Raciti nowadays. He takes piano pop and blends it with jazz rock to make a distinct sound that is appealing and awfully infectious. Favorite track: Rubbing It In."
"The hitmakers behind the soundtrack to "Once" return with this album that focuses on more heartbreak & love songs. I heard the true-life couple broke up during the making of this album & it shows in the lyrics. I was so lucky to see them perform live! Favorite track: Feeling the Pull."