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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

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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