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  • Audio CD (24 April 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000EXDP28
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,066 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Superman - Lazlo Bane
2. All In My Head - Shawn Mullins
3. Fresh Feeling - Eels
4. Good Time - Leroy
5. Good Life - Francis Dunnery
6. New Slang - The Shins
7. Beautiful World - Colin Hay
8. Hold On Hope - Guided By Voices
9. Fighting For My Love - Nil Lara
10. Dracula From Houston - Butthole Surfers
11. Hooch - Everything
12. Hallelujah - John Cale
13. Have It All - Jeremy Kay
14. End Credit Score - Jan Stevens
15. Overkill - Colin Hay

Product Description

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The medically minded Scrubs is an eccentric affair, populated by a zany cast of residents saving lives while learning life's little lessons in the process. Though lacking the show's oddball humor, its soundtrack is undeniably earnest, with a rich understanding of the pleasures and hardships faced by the hospital workers. The show's theme song, Lazlo Bane's quirky banjo twanger, sighs "I'm no Superman", as an uncharacteristically subdued Guided by Voices track cautions to "Hold on Hope". Ex-Men at Work frontman Colin Hay lends his sage advice with acoustic renditions of "Beautiful World" and the chestnut "Overkill", while Eels' "Fresh Feeling" begins with a tuning orchestra and turns into a tripping beatfest. The highlights, though, belong to Francis Dunnery, sounding uncannily like Peter Gabriel on the high-tea string elegance of "Good Life", and the Shins, with "New Slang", a humble campfire song. Puttering along pleasantly, Scrubs, while a little bland, is nevertheless a life-affirming collection that's as hopeful as the aspiring young doctors on the show. --Annie Zaleski

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Although missing the slightly odd humour and delicious Zach Braff, the soundtrack to NBC's Scrubs is one not to be missed by fans of the show new to Channel 4 this year.
Listing songs shown throughout episodes, the tracks reflect the rollercoaster ride of emotions that the characters experience. Particular favourites of mine being 'Good Life', which makes my heart melt everytime I hear it, and the outrageously catchy 'Good Time' by Leroy( which sadly I can't find the lyrics to anywhere!).
For those who haven't seen Scrubs (and I thoroughly recommend they do) the songs are just as good to hear without knowing from which episode they come from or to which character they relate to. I found it particularly interesting to hear such amazing tunes from artists I had never heard of, and am now scouring the internet for their albums.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By LadyGoGo84 on 8 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Being an avid fan of the medical spoof show Scrubs to receive the soundtrack was fabulous. The Scrubs soundtrack has caught the mood of the show perfectly.
Both opening and closing credit tracks are included. Superman by Lazlo Bane is a totally humbling banjo filled tune, which opens the show in style. With the lyrics "You've crossed the finish line, won the race but lost you mind, was it worth it after all?" this song is realistic one at that.
The whole album is an excellent mixture of genres. Each has tune has happily left its stamp on the CD, including a surprisingly mellow track - 'Fresh Feeling' by the Eels.
All the songs have captured the insanity and moral ridden theme of the show. Like Scrubs itself the soundtrack surprises you with a live version of Hallelujah by John Cale which I believe was in the Christmas episode of the comedy, and a respectable tune by The Shins which certainly reminds me of a 60's track thrown into the 21st Century.
Now I was going to complain that the CD doesn't include A Little Respect by Erasure that was played throughout an entire episode, BUT! When I play my CD on my computer the Ending credits is listed as 'A Little Respect'. Confused? So are the CDDB's! But despite this little glitch The Scrubs soundtrack by Hollywood Records is well worth the money (and the 7 weeks I waited to get it imported!).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By CHAS NEWPORT on 18 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Brilliant... there are at least two tracks on here that move me to tears - in good way! Leaves me with a curioulsy elated feeling every time play it... you owe it to yourself to buy this CD. You'll end up buying the back catalogue of most of these artists but it has to be done...
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Uni Student VINE VOICE on 28 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
From the first time I watched Scrubs I was hooked in its theme tune "Superman" by Lazlo Bane. So I decided to purchase the soundtrack from Amazon.
The Amazon Service, as per usual, was excellent and I recieved it in only 2 days. The soundtrack contains some excellent songs including "Good Time" and "Have It All" along with many others, you may never have heard of but I can assure you will enjoy listening to them if you buy the soundtrack!
A definte buy with a small information book, and if you put the CD into you PC you can access some special features on the internet!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ollie F, formerly B. WEIR on 18 Oct. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I'll be honest - this won't be an unbiased review. I'm guessing that most people who will purchase/consider purchasing this will be fans of Scrubs, so I am reviewing it from this perspective. I am a Scrubs fanatic, and, like the rest of my kind, I know how impressive the soundtrack has been over the years. This CD is a good collection of those songs.

Obviously, the more well-known artists wouldn't have wanted their songs on this, as they are high-profile in their own right (eg/ Boston, Toto). However, Scrubs has always been a source of exciting new music for me (I don't know if the music is popular in the USA, but its certainly always been new to me). They way the songs are involved in and complement the storyline is one of the things that sets Scrubs apart from other top-class sitcoms - for me, it is unique in this respect.

So, if you recall the Scrubs songs from moments in the show, this CD is unlikely to disappoint. It would have been nice to have the following featured:

The Fray - How to Save a Life
The Coral - Dreaming of You (my personal favourite)
Men At Work - Land Down Under

but, as I said, the high-profile artists don't really feature on this album. For me, the personal highlights are:

Lazlo Bane - Superman
and
Guided By Voices - Hold on Hope

but there are so many great songs, and I love 'Fighting for My Love' and 'Overkill'. Listening to all of the songs brings back memories from the show and can bring me hours of joy. My least favourite song is Track 11, but only because I can't really remember where that was in the show, and even that is growing on me. It would have been nice if the CD was a bit longer, as there are other great songs from Scrubs, but the ones on the album are all top notch.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Scottie007 on 28 Oct. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Absolutely one of the best soundtracks i have ever bought, you can link all of the songs to some part of the show and it just reminds you of all the funny moments with JD. Even if your not a scrubs fun there is some brilliant music on this CD.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Curtis on 2 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
I'm not normally a fan of american comedies, or their cd tie-ins. But Scrubs is the exception. The series itself makes considerable use of contemporary music, and whilst any disc like this is bound to be a little arbitrary in it's selection, this doesn't make a bad effort with it's choices. Many of the tracks have a similar feel, but the compilation doesn't overly suffer from the 'skip the track' factor that many of the type do. My personal favourite - 'Dracula from Houston', and the two Colin Hay numbers.

This disc only contains tracks from season 1, which is a shame as there is much good music in the next season also.
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