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Product details

  • Audio CD (8 Nov. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Mercury Records
  • ASIN: B00005B8OM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,046 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Out Of Reach - Gabrielle
  2. Respect - Aretha Franklin
  3. It's Raining Men - Geri Halliwell
  4. Have You Met Miss Jones? - Robbie Williams
  5. I'm Every Woman - Chaka Khan
  6. Don't Get Me Wrong - Pretenders
  7. Kiss That Girl - Sheryl Crow
  8. Killin' Kind - Shelby Lynne
  9. Someone Like You - Dina Carroll
  10. Not Of This Earth - Robbie Williams
  11. Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Andy Williams
  12. Love - Rosey
  13. Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart) - Dianna Ross & Marvin Gaye
  14. Dreamsome - Shelby Lynn
  15. It's Only a Diary - Patrick Doyle
  16. Pretender Got My Heart - Alisha's Attic
  17. All By Myself - Jamie O'Neal
  18. Woman Trouble - Artful Dodger
  19. Ring, Ring, Ring - Aaron Soul

Product Description

Product Description

CD Bridget Jones Diary UNIVERSAL, 548796, 2 19 Track

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Britain's favourite singleton, Bridget Jones, has finally made it to the big screen (and onto the cover of this 19-track soundtrack), bringing hope to lonely souls all over the country and a word of warning to smug marrieds everywhere. For what should be called "the best chick flick in the world...ever!" the soundtrack compilers have come up with a dream tracklist--from classics such as Aretha Franklin's "Respect", Jamie O'Neal's tearjerker "All By Myself" and Andy Williams' "Can't Take My Eyes Off You", to more contemporary gems from the likes of Gabrielle ("Out of Reach"), The Pretenders ("Don't Get Me Wrong") and Artful Dodger ("Woman Trouble"). Plus you get the added bonus of two unreleased Robbie Williams tracks--the big-band stylings of "Have You Met Miss Jones?" and the tender "Not of this Earth"--and, of course, the much-hyped karaoke-by-numbers of "It's Raining Men" by Geri Halliwell and her pants. There are a couple of fillers from Rosey and Alisha's Attic, but they don't distract too much from the generally choice tracks on offer. As Bridget would say, "v. good". --Helen Marquis

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Format: Audio CD
This is a superb soundtrack, which completely captures the essence of the film. With a mixture of old and new, happy and sad, it should please everyone. Whether you are a singleton or a smug married, this is for you! I strongly urge you to buy it, if only for treasures such as 'All by Myself' and Robbie Williams' 'Have you met Miss Jones'. Well worth the money. Enjoy it!
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Outstanding! Truly one of the best albums this year. A lot of old "goodies" in a well-balanced mix with newer sounds. GET IT! It suits all moods and all occasions.
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What more could you want! After reading the book and seeing the film I thought, 'surely the album can't be as good?' Wrong. This album contains some real classics aswell as recent ones. In my opinion the best tracks are 'Ring, Ring, Ring', 'Pretender got my Heart' and 'All by Myself' and the album is worth buying for them alone. One of the best albums I have ever bought and worth every penny!
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This 19-track album contains all those songs that just creep up on you but you never know who sings them! They are the songs you want to get up and dance to and sing along. The movie was amazing and it was hard not to sing along and I was thrilled when Geri Halliwells song came on! The songs clearly relate to the movie and make it a more interesting film to watch because f the songs that play along. The album is alot more enjoyable after seeing the film because it is made obvious why they used the songs! Top marks bridget!
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I have always much preferred compilation CDs - different artists, good variety of music, etc. So would often buy sampler L.P.s (in the olden days!) Now I love these feel good films with various artists on the soundtrack, as long as they do stick to the description - 'Soundtrack Recording'. You too often have a lot of artists who were not on the soundtrack, and whose recordings you do not want. This soundtrack however, although it may have one or two extras, is good, and they only enhance with the same flavour.
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While the rest of the album if super fantastic, geri really did fall on her face here didn't she? To try and cover such an anthem was brave - so kudos there - but what was she thinking? As for Sheryl Crow - I am an endless fan of hers, and I think that this is a good song, but its badley misplaced on this album.
Enough of the bad!! There are several of my all time favourite songs on this album - who doesn't like "Too good to be true"? (And i am so glad that they picked Andy Williams version, not the Frankie Vallie one.) I can't wait to listen to it again, and I am well chuffed with it.
The only songs I would skip are Alisha's attic and geri - so thats a good batting average!!
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I bought the soundtrack before I saw the film and I couldn't believe how many of my favourite songs were on the track! (Although Geri is by no means as talented as the Weathergirls it's a bit of a laugh)Now after seeing the film everytime I hear All by Myself I just cant help myself giggling (Cruel I know) and memories of the film flood back! This has to be the album of the year 2001 if not of the decade. 10/10 to Pixador!
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One of the most impressive things about the comic masterpiece that is Bridget Jones's Diary, for me, is the great soundtrack. Often, film's soundtracks can be unnoticeable or completely ill fitting to the scene. Bridget Jones's one was neither of these, and is a very good compilation album, featuring old favourites, new ones and combinations of both - re-workings of classics.
Within the film itself, each song fitted admirably with the scene it accompanied, complimenting the emotions on display extremely well. Practically the first song to hit you upon seeing the movie is the old weepie 'All By Myself', sung by an unknown voice to me - Jamie O' Neal, whose voice is powerful and displays the raw emotion associated with the record.
Singleton favourites 'Respect' by Aretha Franklin (which was most impressive when forming the backdrop for Daniel Cleaver's humiliation in the movie) and Chaka Khan's 'I'm Every Woman' also make their way onto the soundtrack and are little masterpieces in their own right and need little description.
The brilliantly bouncy 'Don't Get Me Wrong' and the 'fantastic, bombastic, ecstatic' Woman Trouble went along with their scenes particularly well, and are bound to have you tapping your fingers within moments.
The other original songs that make the soundtrack are the classics 'Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)' and 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You' (altogether now, 'I love you baby...') ensure that the originals are still the best.
Meanwhile, there are a number of impressive covers, such as Jamie O' Neal's rousing interpretation of 'All By Myself', the fantastically over-the top Geri Halliwell number 'It's Raining Men' (which accompanied the hilarious fight scene very well), Dina Carroll's soulful re-working of 'Someone Like You'.
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