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Product: Audio CD
Title: You Got Served
Label: Sony
Artist: B2K
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5

This album deserves -10 because I didn't here most of the music that was played in the movie. If its a YOU GOT SERVED soundtrack wouldnt you think they would put the music that was playing the movie? Some of the songs on the soundtrack I never heard in the movie. Anyway don't buy it if you're expected to hear the battle songs because there isn't any in the CD.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Two Against Nature
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Steely Dan
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Two Against Nature

This disk blends pop and jazz so perfectly, you don't know where one ends and the other begins. All the songs are worthy and benefit from trademark lush production and elegant backup vocals. I sense a "dirty old man" theme on this disk, however. Songs such as Janie Runaway, Almost Gothic, and Cousin Dupree all have a get-the-little-young-girl theme (Too bad the Dan failed to include a jazzy sendup of "My Sharona"). There's nothing so incisive as Black Friday, or lovely pop like Dirty Work; instead, you have well crafted pop/jazz with interesting lyrics, beautiful horns/sax, and Fagen's wry nasal musings on later life. The bottom-of-the-barrel fin-de-siecle of 11 Tracks of Whack has been softly transformed into a reminisced horniness. Bottom Line: A worth addition to your Steely Dan collection, unless you hated Kamakiriad.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Moulin Rouge 2
Label: Interscope Records
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Excellent addition to the first

As a composer and arranger I found it wonderful to hear the orchestrations and subtleties found in the film score rather than just the "cleaned and prepped" versions of the songs on the original soundtrack (Althouh I give it a 5 as well...) I think the entire work is a masterpiece and simply hope that they come out with a third CD to cover the still-missing items.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Saturday Night Fever: The Original Movie Sound Track
Label: Polydor / Pgd
Artist: Bee Gees
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Perfect Pop !

The Bee Gees certainly caught the zeitgeist of the Seventies when they turned the world onto disco with the release of this classic album . It's well known that this disc contains some of the most perfect pop singles in history , but if you dig deeper you'll find that the additional instrumentals have a lot more to offer with repeated playing . The immaculate string and brass arrangements , and the fine playing of the musicians elevate these instrumentals from mere filler material to killer material . Whether it's funked up Beethoven , cod calypso , or Latin flavoured workouts these tracks are worthy companions to the classic songs that litter this album . And to have a 10 minute version of " Disco Inferno " as the album's finale has got to be the best type of icing on any cake . Unlike John Travolta's white suit this music remains as fresh and as vibrant as ever !
Greatest pop album of all time ? - Greatest soundtrack of all time ? -- It's certainly up there with the best !