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Beach (2000)

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Format: CD
Sku: 60384145
UPC: 643443107921
UPC 14: 00643443107921
Release Date: 2/1/2000
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Snake Blood - Leftfield ~ Original Soundtrack
2. Pure Shores - All Saints ~ Original Soundtrack
3. Porcelain - Moby ~ Original Soundtrack
4. Voices - Dario G./Vanessa Quinones ~ Original Soundtrack
5. Ball - Underworld ~ Original Soundtrack
6. Spinning Away - Sugar Ray ~ Original Soundtrack
7. Return Of Django - Asian Dub Foundation/Harry Beckett/Simon De Souza ~ Original Soundtrack
8. On Your Own - Blur (Crouch End Broadway mix) ~ Original Soundtrack
9. Yeke Yeke - Mory Kante (Hard Floor mix) ~ Original Soundtrack
10. Woozy - Faithless ~ Original Soundtrack
11. Richard, It's Business As Usual - Barry Adamson ~ Original Soundtrack
12. Brutal - New Order ~ Original Soundtrack
13. Lonely Soul - Unkle ~ Original Soundtrack
14. Beached - Angelo Badalamenti/Orbital ~ Original Soundtrack
Features new music from Sugar Ray (produced by Brian Eno), All Saints (produced by William Orbit), Blur, Faithless and New Order (1st new recording since 1993).

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Producers include: Brian Eno, William Orbit, Unkle, Barry Adamson, Moby.
Muze PNote With THE BEACH soundtrack, Danny Boyle and Andrew MacDonald, the film's director and producer, continue their trend of exploring cutting-edge electronic and dance music (a pattern established with their films SHALLOW GRAVE, TRAINSPOTTING, and A LIFE LESS ORDINARY). With the help of DJ extraodinaire Pete Tong, they've assembled another impressive collection, this one tilted more exclusively toward the electronic.
Muze PNote There is no filler here. Underworld contributes the steady roll and cheerfully hypnotic beat of "8 Ball," which easily stands with the best of their work. The production work and songwriting of William Orbit greatly improves the dance-lite grooves of All Saints, giving their "Pure Shores" a gorgeous, spectacularly spacious sound that nicely offsets the vocals. Mory Kante's "Yeke Yeke" is a bright, pulsing dance classic-to-be. Also of note is New Order's "Brutal," which is just that--vicious slashes of guitar over a shuffling beat. The album closes unexpectedly, with a monologue by the film's star, Leonardo DiCaprio.

Associated Artists and Works

California Dreams
Original Soundtrack

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 02/01/2000
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2000
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 31079
Music Label Name Label : Sire
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00643443107921

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly (2/18/00, p.87)
- "Partly sunny sounds....All Saints' 'Pure Shores' and Sugar Ray's 'Spinning Away' are bright, while Moby, Leftfield, and UNKLE provide groovy, moody beats....Leo DiCaprio fans...should find cool relief here." - Rating: B

Q (3/00, p.98)
- 3 stars out of 5 - " music's major powers have rolled up for a slice of the album tie-in profits....persuading the infamously sluggish New Order to record the chimimg 'Brutal' practically miraculous..."

Mixmag (3/00, p.150)
- "...something of a mixed bag. All Saints' 'Pure Shores', produced by William Orbit, and Barry Adamson's 'Business As Usual' are superb and 'Brutal' finds New Order's Barney at his most energised in years..."

NME (Magazine)
(2/14/00, p.41)
- 6 out of 10 - "...lovingly compiled with an abundance of exclusive tracks....the result encapsulates both sarong-wearing dippiness and a moral menace....This is a quality soundtrack...the hand-woven robe, the rare herbs, the endless CD-ROM slide show. It's a conversation piece..."

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