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Brokedown Palace Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (15 Nov 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • ASIN: B00000JSB5
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 110,132 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Silence - Delerium
2. Party's Just Begun - Nelly Furtado
3. Policeman Skank (The Story Of My Life) - Audioweb
4. Rock The Casbah - Solar Twins
5. Damaged - Plumb
6. Fingers - Joi
7. Contradictive - Tricky, DJ Muggs
8. Leave It Alone - Moist
9. Naxalite - Asian Dub Foundation
10. Even When I'm Sleeping - Leonardo's Bride
11. Bangkok - Brother Sun Sister Moon
12. The Wind - PJ Harvey
13. Deliver Me - Sarah Brightman
14. The Arrest / Darlene Goes Home (Score) - David Newman

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By muldersbabe@hotmail.com on 5 Feb 2001
Format: Audio CD
Having seen the film, I just knew I had to buy this cd. I did'nt think that the film was particularly wonderful and believed it to be a bit of a modern copy of the brilliant and infamous 'Bangkok Hilton' starring Nicole Kidman in her early days. However, as soon as the film moved to Thailand and the soundtrack really got going I was amazed at the different variation in the soundtrack. On the one hand you have quite heavy trip-hop from the likes of the ADF with their 'Naxalite' and then this suddenly falls against a beautiful, soothing track like Joi's 'Fingers'. What I find most surprising is the Sarah Brightman track - which I believe is probably the best track on the album - and believe me, I've never been close to being a fan of hers!!! 'Deliver Me' just happens to be one of the most inspiring and uplifting songs that I have ever heard - you will be shocked!!! Other noteworthy tracks are of course the brilliant 'Silence' by Delirium, (if you have only ever heard the dance version of this you are in for a delicious musical surprise - it will undoubtedly raise the hairs on the back of your neck)- Sarah McLachlan's vocals cannot be beaten, the absolutely fabulous 'Party's Just Begun' by Nelly Furtardo, (whom I would certainly love to know more about - If you like Erykah Badu, you will love this woman)and the amazing 'Damaged' which I played over and over upon first getting the CD - it is truly gorgeous in a kind of Beth Orton type way. This CD is the kind that you would put on for complete relaxation, may be if you were in the bath or something - I don't know! -but after a few listens you will also undoubtedly find yourself singing along. If you only ever buy one soundtrack, you have to buy this one - it's not just a soundtrack to 'Brokedown Palace', it is a true soundtrack to life - there really is a bit of everything on this CD - buy it or regret it, it cannot be beaten!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By drowned_virgin@hotmail.com on 16 Aug 2001
Format: Audio CD
And that's the truth - this is a brill album to chill out with in the garden. It starts slow and haunting and biulds into an album of great beats and mellow songs all with eastern influences. True tranquility. HIGHLIGHTS - Silence by Delerium (the original is still the best!) and the great melancholy song by PLUMB
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Oct 2000
Format: Audio CD
Shivers ran down my spine, the intense euphoria removed the stress from my tense soul. I had only listened to the first two songs and already i had fallen in love... The gregorian chant opening merges with the trance like opening "silence" to soothe you... Then you're awakened by the deep bass of "Party's just begun," and you know you've discovered a gem. This soundtrack encapsulates the excitement and drama of the film and enstils the deepest moods imaginable. Some one out there's a genius...
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By Matthew Dean on 6 Dec 2004
Format: Audio CD
I picked this soundtrack up in a charity shop in edinburgh back in 2000. I wasn't expecting much, i hadn't seen the movie, but thought i'd give it a go for a couple of quid. I'm so glad i did, it absoultely rocks!! There's hardly a bad track on it. Standouts for me are "Policeman Skank" by Audioweb and "Deliver Me" by Sarah Brightman (who would have thought i'd like a song by Sarah Brightman, but its great!). However the best track on the album is the truly awesome "Leave it Alone" by Moist. One of my favourite songs ever. There are a couple of disapointing tracks, "Naxalite" by Asian Dub Foundation is frankly awful, but i find i just can't get into anything they've done so maybe its me. Also the Nelly Futado song is a bit average. This doesn't detract from the greatness of the CD overall though. Still haven't seen the film and have no intention of doing so but as for the CD. Highly Recommended!!!!!!!!!
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