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Original Soundtrack


Format: CD   Release Date: 11/26/2001
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The Wiseguys give a nice start to this crisp runway commotion. Original corkers are almost always cooler than novelty retreads (duh), and luckily the vintage versions of the immortal "Relax" and the annoying "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" judiciously appear. Powerman 5000 (minus Luke Cage) later tackles the Frankie classic, aptly demonstrating the aforesaid truism (Do we ever need two versions of any song on one CD?). "Call Me" is already so righteous that Nikka Costa's carbon-copy remake can't help but rule. No Doubt sprinkles the right blend of audio porn, perky pop, and smooth disco into another failsafe Moroder stunner, "Love to Love You Baby." The Wallflowers rework the humorless "I Started a Joke" into an unrecognizable, but actually good, tune. Makes one wonder why Jakob Dylan didn't just start from scratch. Herbie Hancock's "Rockit" adds fuel to any collection, and Moby's claustrophobic "Sub Mix" of "Beat It" wisely submerges with mondo Eddie for the money. Zoolander then becomes an electronic morass, though Orgy and Crystal Method attempt to breach the staticy surface. At any rate, this disc should get your party started right and quickly. Can't realistically expect much more from a soundtrack, anyway. ~ Doug Stone, Rovi

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