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Fantastic soundtrack, but no score.
on 27 April 2010
All the tracks are great, especially Make Me Wanna Die by The Pretty Reckless, Banana Splits by The Dickies and Stand Up by The Prodigy. Everything's there, except it isn't. For a start, the version of Bad Reputation on the soundtrack is by The Hit Girls, and the version in the actual movie was the original by Joan Jett. There are audio clips from the movie at the beginnings of tracks 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12 and 13. Not bad ones, just cuts of the speech, but I personally hate that in a soundtrack/score. That's probably just me though. Also, a lot of the tracks used in the movie aren't on the soundtrack, and by that I mean the score tracks. The instrumentals composed by John Murphy, apparently. So the music from Big Daddy's fight scene isn't included, ditto the track where Hit Girl comes out of the elevator. Apart from that though, the album is great. I definitely recommend buying it.