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1. This Will Be Our Year - Ok Go
2. Ain't Got So Far To Go - David Byrne
3. Game Of Pricks - Jimmy Eat World
4. This Temporary Life - Death Cab For Cutie
5. I Miss You - Blink 182
6. Move On - Mike Doughty
7. Jerry Falwell Destroyed Earth - Ben Kweller
8. Off With Your Head - Sleater-Kinney
9. Final Straw - R.E.M
10. Going For The Gold - Bright Eyes
11. The Commander Thinks Aloud - The Long Winters
12. Money - Will I. Am
13. Tippecanoe And Tyler Too - They Might Be Giants
14. The Ballad Of David Icke - Clem Snide
15. Date With The Night (Live) - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
16. Everything's Ruined (Acoustic) - Fountains Of Wayne
17. Your Legs Grow - Nada Surf
18. Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots (Live) - The Flaming Lips
19. Northern Line - Old 97's
20. Sam Stone - Laura Cantrell
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"Durante la última campaña electoral en USA se produjo una importante movilización que protagonizaron artistas de la más diversa condición a favor de la candidatura demócrata. La derrota electoral de Kerry supuso, por supuesto, un durísimo revés para las esperanzas de quines no dudaron en proclamar abiertamente su animadversión hacia el liberalismo radical y las posturas teñidas de extremismo conservador de Bush y sus poderosos aliados y acólitos. La inercia de aquella movilización sigue siendo una fuerza lo suficientemente poderosa como para alumbrar proyectos como ""Future Soundtrack for America"", un recopilatorio impulsado por John Flansburgh (They Might Be Giants). A la llamada de este modélico ejemplo de disidencia democrática han acudido ilustres veteranos (R.E.M, Tom Waits...), representantes de lo más granado del indie estadounidense (Death Cab For Cutie, Clem Snide..), estrellas en ciernes (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bright Eyes...) e, incluso, un Elliot Smith a quien tristemente perdimos para siempre pero que, a buen seguro, sonríe desde allá donde esté viendo el uso que se ha dado a su brillante A Distorted Reality Is Now a Necessity to Be Free como punto y final de este disco."

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15 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A modern-day "No Alternative" ... 18 août 2004
Par E. J. Sawdey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In the wake of countless anti-Bush books, albums, and playing cards comes yet another compilation that's anti-Bush (MoveOn.org), but not as direct as others (the liner notes merely want you to "vote for what you want, whatever that may be"). Yet, it doesn't matter where your political standing lies, because there's something for just about everyone (particularly indie-rock fans) here, and, thankfully, most all of it is extraordinarily good.

All songs are domestically unreleased, some just for this compilation, some only available on import CD's or obscure B-sides. They range from funny to serious to light-hearted to dead serious. Thankfully, there is no "one major highlight" - there are several. Continuing a pop-single success streak, will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas delivers a bouncy, fun, and poignant jam called "Money" (wonderful use of strings), Ben Kweller has more fun with "Jerry Falwell Destroyed the Earth" than he did on his entire last album (while still making quite the political stance), R.E.M. delivers a powerful one that perfectly mixes their latter-day electro-experimentalism with their classic songwriting style circa-"Automatic for the People." Again, there is something for everyone.

There are some truly odd choices though - Clem Snide deliver the all-accapella "Ballad of David Icke," while the Yeah Yeah Yeahs give forth a live version of "Date With the Night" where Karen O's voice is screeching so much, she almost sounds like a man at the start of the song. Meanwhile, the Long Winters pulls off a truly unique Flaming Lips imitation, while Blink-182 deliver a remix of "I Miss You" that starts off even more emotional than the original mix but sounds almost exactly the same as the original around the 2nd chorus. Bright Eyes sounds as emotional as ever (though, one can argue, he does on every song) in a live take of "Going for the Gold," and Tom Waits delivers the most classic Tom Waits he knows how to give.

Then, there are highlights that define "highlights." The Flaming Lips offer a stripped-down version of "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots" that makes such a quirky song actually sound tragic, OK Go unleash a first-rate Zombies cover that (surprisingly) improves on the original, They Might Be Giants cover "Tippecanoe And Tyler Too" and make it sound both fun and serious at the same time (it's quite the feat), Death Cab for Cutie give one of their most haunting songs since "Styrofoam Plates," the late Elliott Smith proves that, even postmortem, he's still as vital as ever, and former Soul Coughing frontman Mike Doughty delivers a solo highlight with "Move On," a fun, poignant, and catchy pop ditty that just might be the best guilty pleasure on the whole album.

Unlike most modern-day compilations, this set is designed for a fan of many forms of music - the more the merrier. You'll at least like SOMETHING on here, and, whatever your political stance may be, you'll probably have a good time with it too.
13 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not 'Future Soundtrack', but 'Todays Soundtrack' 2 septembre 2004
Par C. Lenz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Some of us are political, some of us are not; but if you let that get in the way of your decision to buy this album or not, your really going to lose out on some great music. This album plays like a who's who of great solid artists. The album was produced and published by a Seattle based record company so it is a little heavy on bands either from the Northwest or signed to Northwest labels. Regardless of that fact, they are all really good bands.

With songs from Death Cab for Cutie, R.E.M. Sleater-Kinney, The Long Winters, They Might be Giants, The Flaming Lips, Fountains of Wayne, Nada Surf, Old 97's, Tom Waits and Elliott Smith; how could you possibly not find something you like. Even if you've only heard of one of these bands, you'll like the whole thing.

Stuffed full of fantastic unreleased hits from some of today's best artists, this is a definite buy!
9 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
After the dust settled, it became about music... 6 mars 2005
Par Manny Hernandez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Political issues aside, this is one great album, period. I had an opportunity to listen to it when the dust from the 2004 Presidential Election had settled, and was floored by the quality of the contributions of the diverse artists, many of which are alternate or live versions of other songs you may have heard before. When you think of the many acts that joined in to make the "Future Soundtrack..." a reality, it's tough to choose any favorites.

Whether you know the bands or not, my guess is you will enjoy most of the tracks. This is something rare in this type of recording (a typical case that comes to mind about how these tend to sound is a triple-CD album that was released to help Tibet, most of which was terrible). In the "Future Soundtrack for America" there's the veterans: R.E.M., Tom Waits, The Flaming Lips, David Byrne; as well as several younger acts coming up strong. All of them give themselves into this album "like there's no tomorrow" and the result is one solid album from end to end, with 20 great tracks bound to stick around.

You could have bought it for the cause it stood for, back in 2004. The truth is today it is still great music, and it will continue to be so for a good while. And if you think I am doing this for political reasons, let me share a little bit with you: I normally listen to the music in an album first, and only after many, many times, do I sit down to pay attention to the lyrics. That hasn't yet happened with this album, and I already love it.
7 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Please enter a title for your review: 16 octobre 2004
Par Mike K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm going to avoid focusing on the politics involved here and focus on the music. go to the moveon.org and musicforamerica.com sites and judge for yourself whether they're causes worth giving money to. If so, read on, if not, browse for something else.

Though primarily focused on "indie" acts, this album is still pretty diverse, which can be both a good and bad thing (whose idea was it to follow up a typically jazz-pop-rap track by Will.i.am from the Black-eyed Peas with They Might Be Giants' cover of William Henry Harrison's 1840's campaign song?). Highlights include the aforementioned TMBG song, OKGO's surprisingly subtle cover of The Zombies "This Will Be Our Year", former Soul Coughing vocalist Mike Doughty's "Move On", Laura Cantrell's haunting rendition of country classic "Sam Stone", and the late Elliott Smith's "A Distorted Reality...", soon to be available on his posthumous album From The Basement On The Hill. The problem lies in too many live/alternate versions of things; the "acoustic" rendition of Fountains Of Wayne's "Everything's Ruined" improves on the far too muted original from their debut album, but the Blink 182 remix is barely different from the original (which isn't a good song to begin with), the Bright Eyes live track is gratingly drawn out, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs live version of "Date With The Night" is too murky to really capture their manic live shows. As a compilation, this album has a few flaws, and is a bit overstuffed with alternate versions and live material, but overall it's got enough good material to warrant purchase if you like at least a handful of the bands involved, and again, you believe in the cause.
6 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Fantastic 11 septembre 2004
Par M. Cooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This really is an amazing collection of artists/songs. Praise the advent of the protest CD because I don't see how these band would otherwise all come together. There are a few songs that are so-so, but by-in-large this CD is amazing.
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