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James Horner

Grinch [Original Soundtrack]

Format: CD   Release Date: 11/07/2000
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    Track Title

    Time

  1. Movie Dialogue: Kids Today :20
  2. Movie Dialogue: Kids Today :20
  3. Grinch 2000 3:20
  4. Christmas of Love 2:35
  5. Lonely Christmas Eve 2:19
  6. Green Christmas 3:34
  7. Better Do It Right 3:10
  8. Christmas of Love 2:35
  9. Movie Dialogue: Reindeer :35
  10. Lonely Christmas Eve 2:19
  11. Movie Dialogue: Grinch Schedule :40
  12. Movie Dialogue: Christmas Means More :49
  13. You Don't Have to Be Alone (On Christmas) 4:33
  14. Whoville Medley: Perfect Christmas Night/Grinch 4:59
  15. The Shape of Things to Come 6:32
  16. Memories of a Green Childhood 3:28
  17. Movie Dialogue: Reindeer :35
  18. Christmas Is Going to the Dogs 4:06
  19. The Big Heist 4:04
  20. You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch 2:31
  21. Movie Dialogue: Christmas Means More :49
  22. The Sleigh of Presents 6:01
  23. He Carves the Roast Beast 3:12
  24. You Don't Have to Be Alone (On Christmas) 4:33
  25. Where Are You Christmas? 2:57
  26. The Shape of Things to Come 6:32
  27. Memories of a Green Childhood 3:28
  28. Christmas, Why Can't I Find You? 2:09
  29. Stealing Christmas 6:55
  30. The Big Heist 4:04
  31. Does Cindy Lou Really Ruin Christmas? 4:09
  32. A Change of the Heart 3:43
  33. The Sleigh of Presents 6:01
  34. He Carves the Roast Beast 3:12

The soundtrack to The Grinch, Ron Howard's live-action adaptation of Dr. Seuss' classic Christmas story -The Night the Grinch Stole Christmas, features excerpts from James Horner's score and pop renditions of favorite Christmas songs. Though a more typically quirky composer like Danny Elfman would have been a more obvious choice to score an off-kilter fantasy like this, Horner's compositions manage to strike a good balance between edgy humor and sentimentality. Of the Christmas tunes, Ben Folds Five's "Lonely Christmas Eve," the eels' "Christmas Is Going to the Dogs," and Busta Rhymes and Jim Carrey's duet on "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" are the standout tracks, but songs by 'N Sync, Smash Mouth, the Barenaked Ladies, Faith Hill, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra add an appropriately eclectic, whimsical touch to the soundtrack. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi

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