Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale: Music From The TV Series Soundtrack
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Dandy Warhols is certainly the most Pop of the tracks, but the remainder of the tracks featured on the show take you right back to the dark rocky underworld of Buffy (Episode 1 of season 1's "Ballad for Dead Friends" by Dashboard Prophets is almost anthemic for the whole series, while "Black Cat Bone" by Laika takes you on Willow's magic acid trip.)
As well as some upbeat songs from Bronze scenes, there's plenty of beautiful and haunting music: "I can't take my Eyes off you" was beautiful at the end of 'Family' as Tara and Willow floated, and joss Whedon and Angie Hart(she of 'splendid' who's track 'Charge' was on The Album) worked togther to create 'Blue' for 'Conversations with Dead People'.
Perhaps my two favourite features of the album though is firstly, the inclusion of Cibo Matto's "Sugar Water" sorely missed from the first album, so impressive was it in Buffy and Xander's dance from season 2's "When she was bad."
Secondly, in addition to Christophe Beck's quirky instrumental "Dead Guys with Bombs", the penultimate track is the rousing and powerful orginal score "The Final Fight" from Chosen.
Submerge yourself in the angst, the beauty and the kick-ass attitude of Buffy right through the seven seasons.
I've had it on repeat all week ;-)
Many of the songs you will recognise immediately like the moody Blue by Angie Hart and the gentle I Can't Take My Eyes Off You by Melanie Doane along with Halo Friendlies rock song, Run Away and Cibo Matto's Sugar Water. You can't help but re-live the moments from the episodes these songs are from and recall both good and bad memories. As you listen to the words of all the songs, you will come to appreciate how fitting they are especially Key by Devics and Ballad For Dead Friends by Dashboard Prophets and in turn realise what a powerful tool music was in the making of the show.
To top this album off perfectly, there is the very moving score music from Chosen, the final ever Buffy episode. It will have all BtVS fans crying - trust me.
This soundtrack is a trip down memory lane and although fans everywhere are still saddened by the shows demise, this album will fill a gap and soften the blow. It's a wonderful tribute to a series that changed television as well as being a reminder that the party is over but the legend lives on.
In short? Buffy fan or no, this CD is brilliant.
On another note, Buffy fans beware. The UK version is much more better than the import version. The US version has 12 songs on it compared to this 21. For once, the Uk comes up trumps.
So all in all, my message is- if you're a fan, buy it!
This CD is a great way of throwing yourself back to the nostalgia of watching Buffy. Close your eyes and imagine your sitting in the Bronze next to Buffy, Willow and Xander.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Recently started watching Buffy again so was searching for something to compliment the show! great CD although none of the songs (except the title theme) I can remember being... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Naomi
The correct box arrived, but the disc was from Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Album.Published 9 months ago by Mr. Christopher M. Waller
Product arrived quickly, intact, and played perfectly. Very happy!Published 15 months ago by Heather B.
Great CD, filled with lots of awesome songs from the series, really love it.Published 18 months ago by AJ
A few duff tracks, but a much better selection than on the original Buffy CD.Published 18 months ago by Therapne
Some of the songs were repeats from another album but it was totally worth it to get the other ones.
I can never get too much Buffy!
As an unashamed member of The Cult of Buffy (1996 - present), I have of course tracked down a copy of "Radio Sunnydale" (finally). Read morePublished on 28 Jun. 2010 by Matt Kenway
the cd is so good and great.
i love it.
i v got all the buffy cd s now.
if ur a big buffy fan. than you will love this cd so much because i did. Read more
Buffy may be the greatest hero for girl power but the music can get much worse if this is Sunnydale Radio thank god it went Kaboom! Read morePublished on 22 Sept. 2007 by M. G. Hatfield