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Clueless by Original Soundtrack (CD) Rock Popular Movie Soundtrack Music Change

Clueless by Original Soundtrack (CD) Rock Popular Movie Soundtrack Music Change

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Additional Information about Clueless by Original Soundtrack (CD, Jul-1995, Capitol/EMI Records)
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Album Features
UPC: 724383261727
Artist: Original Soundtrack
Format: CD
Release Year: 1995
Record Label: Capitol/EMI Records
Genre: Film Composers, Rock & Pop


Track Listing
1. Kids in America
2. Shake Some Action
3. The Ghost in You
4. Here - (Squirmel mix)
5. All the Young Dudes
6. Fake Plastic Trees - (acoustic version)
7. Change
8. Need You Around
9. Mullet Head
10. Where'd You Go?
11. Rollin' With My Homies
12. Alright
13. My Forgotten Favorite
14. Supermodel

Details
Playing Time: 51 min.
Distributor: EMI Music Distribution
Recording Type: Mixed
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
Compilation producers: Karyn Rachtman, Tim Devine.The soundtrack of CLUELESS--a teens-in-Beverly Hills comedy that is actress Alicia Silverstone's graduation from Aerosmith video babe to young Hollywood starlet--may be full of alterna-rock superstars, but is quite relaxed about it. The collection's shoot-from-the-hip attitude allows artists to escape their stage personas, glutton themselves on cover songs or just remix themselves silly. And while the faux spontaneity of the covers gets a little dry at times, CLUELESS also provides some out-and-out surprises.Eschewing grunge's moroseness, the compilation is centered around good old-fashioned guitar-pop for the mind, and varied grooves for the body. Supergrass sing about the joys of youth, Radiohead go acoustic, and Ian Broudie's Lightning Seeds come up with the brighter-than-the blue-sky "Change," the kind of catchy, jangly, McCartney-esque power-popper that Broudie seems able to write at will. For the dance-floor, the remix of Luscious Jackson's "Here" illuminates the disco strobe, the Beasties set a frenzied mosh tempo, and Coolio does his Cali G-funk thang.




 

 


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