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Queer As Folk - Us Series Second Season [Soundtrack]

Original Soundtrack Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (10 Jun 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: RCA Victor
  • ASIN: B0000640N0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 220,846 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hide U (John Creamer & Stephane K. Remix) - Kosheen
2. Absolutely Not (Chanel Club Mix) - Deborah Cox
3. Everyday (Hex Hector & Mac Quayle Club Mix) - Kim English
4. Caught Up (Guido Osario Vocal Mix) - DJ Disciple
5. Rising - Elle Patrice
6. Sneaky One - Satoshi Tomiie
7. Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Pete Heller's Stylus Remix) - Daft Punk
8. Star Guitar (Pete Heller's Expanded Mix) - The Chemical Brothers
9. Miss You (Illicit Remix Edit) - Etta James
10. Plenty (Fade Mix) - Sarah McLachlan
11. Underwater (Mauve's Dark Vocal Mix) - Delerium
12. Beautiful (Calderone After Hour Mix) - MandaLay

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Saturday Night at Babylon 18 July 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is the DJ album some of you might expected from the first soundtrack. Unlike the first US QAF soundtrack, all the songs here are mixed together and highly danceable. While there are some tracks from the second season I would have preferred over the selection here (notably "Break 4 Love" and "Spin Spin Sugar"), this is a dance party CD that's sure to please pop clubbers everywhere.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sure Fire Winner 30 Aug 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is a great album for all clubkids out there. Having bought both UK cd's this is less cheesy and much more of a serious dance your ass off affair. The outstanding tracks for me are Absolutely Not, Everyday & Caught Up for all dancing diva's out there and the rest apart from Daft Punk/Chemical Bros are still great tracks. Buy this album you won't be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Queer As Folk - US Soundtrack (Season 2) 15 Oct 2002
Format:Audio CD
The album is full of groovy dance tunes with a hard house feel. My fave on the album has to be Deborah Cox - Absolutely Not. Buy it and check it out - its even better than the series!
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5.0 out of 5 stars For me, it's the greatest 18 Jan 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I love the complete 5 series of QAF. The English one was ground breaking and gritty, but the US version has taken it on to another level. It doesn't take long to fall in love with the characters and get into the plot. I can watch this version of QAF at any time day or night, it never gets boring.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Will surprise and satisfy 8 May 2002
By Duane Simolke - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
From the strange, haunting beat that introduces Kosheen's song "Hide U," to the frantic mixture of vocals and synths at the beginning of Mandalay's "Beautiful" (the final song), this soundtrack will please and surprise dance fans. While the viewers of the hit Showtime series might think of favorite scenes in relation to the songs, any dance fans should enjoy this techno-heavy continuous mix.
The only part that shouldn't surprise anyone (especially not the gay men who were the original target audience for Queer As Folk) is the focus on female singers. Deborah Cox, Kim English, Sara McLachlan, and several other top-notch vocalists give strong, impassioned performances.
While the first soundtrack included a remake of the already danceable "Let's Hear it for the Boy," this one includes Etta James belting out a thumping dance remake from a more unlikely source; "Miss You," started as a laid-back, blues-flavored hit by the Rolling Stones.
As with the first season soundtrack, I love this one all the way through. While there isn't a particular song that I like above all the others (like Full Frontal's "You Think You're a Man" on the first soundtrack), it's a nonstop dance collection that offers nonstop satisfaction. Club DJ's can go take a break while this one plays in its entirety. Better yet, they can go dance with the crowd!
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heaven for Lovers of Dance Mixes 11 Oct 2002
By "derek-a-s" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have always loved the dance mixes from the likes of Hex Hector, Victor Calderone, Jonathan Peters, etc. If you like that style of music, I have no doubt that you will enjoy this 12 track cd. It features a lot of club-style music featuring plenty of (mostly female) vocals. If you are like me, this will make you immensely happy! There are plenty of renowned mixers whose work has appeared on this cd, such as Hex Hector, Tony Moran, Satoshi Tommiie, Mac Quayle, Guido Osario, Pete Heller, Illicit and Victor Calderone. This is not to mention the fantastic array of high-class acts such as Deborah Cox and Sarah McLachlan. Extremely up-beat and clubby with sprinkles of trance and the odd touch of beauty(Sarah McLachlan has the voice of an angel).
The only disappointment for me is that the tracks are all only about 4 to 5 minutes, which if you like extended mixes is perhaps a bit of a let-down. Nevertheless, for most listeners, the lengths will probably be quite satisfactory .... To assist, I have listed the track times as I sometimes am interested to know such information.
Trk 1 - Hide U [5:07]
Trk 2 - Absolutely Not [4:46]
Trk 3 - Everyday [4:38]
Trk 4 - Caught Up [4:24]
Trk 5 - Rising [4:23]
Trk 6 - Sneaky One [4:14]
Trk 7 - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger [4:59]
Trk 8 - Star Guitar [5:00]
Trk 9 - Miss You [5:02]
Trk 10 - Plenty [5:04]
Trk 11 - Underwater [4:59]
Trk 12 - Beautiful [5:07]
Overall, highly recommended if you like this sort of music! And for lovers of the show, it's a great memento!!!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One long party 29 Jun 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
All right, so it does not have individual songs. All right, so you practically have to watch the second season fifty times in order to find the points at which the music is used. And yes, I'll admit, the CD from the first season included more varied music, evoking a broader range of memories and emotions than the CD from the second season.
But really what would be the point of doing a CD for the second season exactly like the first? In a strange way, the second season CD evokes the party atmosphere of the first season BETTER than the first season CD did,because the nonstop dance music expresses that in your face party till you drop ambience that was so much a part of the first year.Don't come looking for the slow or introspecive songs of the 2nd season, and you won't be disappointed.
If you want to experience Babylon(albeit through your headphones or sterospeakers), the club where QAF began, this CD does it.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Will surprise and satisfy 16 May 2002
By Duane Simolke - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
From the strange, haunting beat that introduces Kosheen's song "Hide U," to the frantic mixture of vocals and synths at the beginning of Mandalay's "Beautiful" (the final song), this soundtrack will please and surprise dance fans. While the viewers of the hit Showtime series might think of favorite scenes in relation to the songs, any dance fans should enjoy this techno-heavy continuous mix.

The only part that shouldn't surprise anyone (especially not the gay men who were the original target audience for Queer As Folk) is the focus on female singers. Deborah Cox, Kim English, Sara McLachlan, and several other top-notch vocalists give strong, impassioned performances.

While the first soundtrack included a remake of the already danceable "Let's Hear it for the Boy," this one includes Etta James belting out a thumping dance remake from a more unlikely source; "Miss You," started as a laid-back, blues-flavored hit by the Rolling Stones.

As with the first season soundtrack, I love this one all the way through--except that this CD has one song that becomes annoying with repeated listening. While there isn't a particular song that I like above all the others (like Full Frontal's "You Think You're a Man" on the first soundtrack), it's a nonstop dance collection that offers nonstop satisfaction. Club DJ's can go take a break while this one plays in its entirety. Better yet, they can go dance with the crowd!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Show Is More than Just Babylon 10 May 2002
By Kendrik Lau - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Taking a cue from the music CD of the British series, this music compilation of the second season of Queer As Folk featured 12 songs used in the series, and sequenced them all together for one continuous grind.
The highlights of the CD includes the funky and hypnotic Hide U, Deborah Cox's Absolutely Not, Rising by Elle Patrice, the suggestive Harder Better Faster Stronger by Daft Punk, and Mandalay's Beautiful.
The other songs are okay, but ultimately, these twelve tracks also illustrates the weakness of the album. Most of these songs are featured whenever Brian and his pack are lurking in Babylon, and Queer As Folk is more than just Babylon. Some of the songs that illustrates the more poignant moment of the show is left out as a result of the CD's concept of one endless mix of dance music. I would much rather have Ron Sexsmith's "Them Hills Have Gold", Greek Buck's "Ashtray", and The Smiths' "Unloveable".
Dance music wise I would much rather have Paul Mac's "Heat Seeking Pleasure Machine" , a track or two from Crystal Method, or the Pet Shop Boy's "Break For Love".
Overall, the second season CD is a come down from the first. Not that the first is without its faults. But the second season CD comes across as a generic dance mix album that just happened to have Gale Harold's face on it.
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