Artist: Original Soundtrack
Release Date: Jun 2000
Record Label: Polygram
Genre: Dance, DJ & Electronic
Duration: Album or EP
1. Painted on My Heart
5. Leave Home
6. Da Rockwilder
7. Roll All Day - (North American Indian)
9. Never Gonna Come Back Down
10. Too Sick to Pray
11. Party Up (Up in Here)
12. Stop the Rock
13. Better Days (And the Bottom Drops Out) - (Remix, remix)
14. Boost Me
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording type: Studio
Recording mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a
Original music composed by Trevor Rabin.
The soundtrack set behind GONE IN 60 SECONDS, the Nicholas Cage/Angelina Jolie car theft, uh, vehicle, pumps a pulse of pounding pop, funk, soul, electronic and hip-hop. The collection stands as one of the more flowing mixed artist compilations. There's logic in the song order, and at times the album even sounds like a solo artist's.
Kicking off with one of the odder pairings, The Cult makes a stab at a Dianne Warren original, "Painted on My Heart." British jack-of-all-trades Gomez eases its funky "Machismo" right in besides Moby's gospel-tinged "Flower," while Method Man & Redman, one of the best collaborations since peanut butter met jelly, contribute the wicked old school electronica hip-hop jam "Da Rockwilder." M. Doughty, late of Soul Coughing, provides vocals on techno wizard BT's infectious "Never Gonna Come Back Down." For those in search of familiar material, there's DMX's anthem "Party Up," Apollo Four Forty's twisted electro-novelty tune "Stop The Rock," and a new take on Citizen King's hit "Better Days." GONE IN 60 SECONDS is a consistently enjoyable soundtrack.
...A good mix of mostly techno and hip-hop.
Used, tested, and error free. Includes CD, Jewel case, and inserts.