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Big-budget films call for big-budget soundtracks, so the silver screen debut of Sex and the City gets a much splashier treatment than the soundtrack to the television series. That set struck a balance between New York cabaret and club, with just a hint of feminist pop in Aimee Mann and Imani Coppola. Some might say that the film itself perverts the show but whether it does or not, it's not an issue with the soundtrack, which is kind of its own entity, as much as a movie tie-in can be. It would be a mixed bag regardless of whether or not the movie was any good, as it mixes a new cut from the movie's co-star Jennifer Hudson "All Dressed in Love," her first big tune since Dreamgirls and a track from neo-folkies the Weepies with India.
There are 28 songs in Sex and The City 2. The movie starts out with a couple Sex and the City classics: the theme song and Labels or Love from the first movie mixed in with Empire State of Mind as well. I was also digging on the Alicia Keys version of Rapture, originally recorded by Blondie. I enjoyed these songs a lot more than those at the end of the movie. Lots of fun. As for the movie itself…to be honest, I was a bit mixed on it. There were some great laughs in it, but there were also a lot of forced lines delivered pretty deliberately. I am sure that the laughs will linger longer than the memories of these misses for most people. Lauren said this on June 5, at am Reply. This blog I love!
Morrison is an exquisite painter of cities — much of the joy of Astral Weeks lies in the way he captures the sensory impact of Belfast. Singer Nat Johnson turns her house into a boat and sails the urban ocean, where the likes of Don Valley and Broomhill become exotic destinations. A year after its release, spookily, heavy rain caused the River Don to flood parts of Sheffield. Springsteen hailed from Freehold, New Jersey, but it was Asbury Park — a down-at-heel Jersey Shore resort 15 miles east — that exerted the biggest influence on his early songwriting. It was an ode to a woman, and a way of life. How to celebrate the city that never sleeps? Keep it up with a bombastic hip-hop epic armed with a chorus from Keys that bellows from the Brooklyn basements to the tip of the Manhattan skyline. Even 50 years after release, the song feels thrillingly sinister, and by extension so does New Orleans. Although Mark E Smith is synonymous with Salford, this untypically tender Fall song derives from a period he spent in exile in the beautiful Scottish city between and