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  • CD (5 juin 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005K9KF
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Lara Croft Tomb Raider (2001 UK 15-track CD album featuring music from the motion picture includes Elevation [Tomb Raider Mix] by U2 Deep by Nine Inch Nails Wheres Your Head At by Basement Jaxx and Edge Hill by Groove Armada. Great Angelina Jolie Lara Croft picture sleeve)

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Par sophies le 2 décembre 2012
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Cet album est une perle. Je cherchais de la musique pour une battle dans un lasergame. C'est la musique parfaite ! Tout l'album est excellent !
A écouter en boucle pour se motiver.
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Could have been incredible...and settles for mediocre 9 juin 2001
Par Christopher Betche - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I heard about the artists on this cd (Nine Inch Nails, Chemical Brothers, Moby, Basement Jaxx, Fatboy Slim, Groove Armada, etc.), I knew it would be a must buy. Unfortunately, only a few performers saw fit to really contribute a good song! Track by track breakdown follows:
1. Elevation, U2: A good groovy rock tune made slightly better with a remix. U2, as usual, does not disappoint (complete with good video). Getting some radio airplay.
2. Deep, Nine Inch Nails: An average song; good beat. Lacks originality; could have easily been on The Fragile album. Getting limited radio time.
3. Galaxy Bounce, Chemical Brothers: A decent track; more jazzy than their usual songs. Hope their new album sounds like this. One of the soundtrack's better songs.
4. Get Ur Freak On, Missy Elliott: I don't know if this remix gives the song anything, but a good song can't be messed up, even with Nelly Furtado. Wierd video to boot. Original is getting a lot of radio play.
5. Speedballin', Outkast: An average song. Sounds remarkably like BOB from their most recent album.
6. Ain't Never Learned, Moby: A bad song. Sounds like Moby was trying to be Fatboy Slim and gave up halfway through production. I love Moby to death, but this song is not his best effort.
7. The Revolution, BT: Gets repetitive after hearing more than once. Lyrics could have made for a great song - and the beat falls short!
8. Terra Firma, Delerium: The best song on the album. Finds a balance between ambient, world, and big beat that must be listened to. Sounds like Enigma with more substance.
9. Where's Your Head At, Basement Jaxx: If this song is representative of their upcoming summer release, they might be in trouble. The beat is average, but the catchline and lyrics are grating at best.
10. Illuminati, Fatboy Slim: I may have to hunt down Norman Cook and slap him silly for this one. He must be really busy, or lazy, because he thieved his own song. This track is nothing but a shorter version of Michael Jackson from his first album. Why Bootsy Collins has lent some new lyrics to the song I can't comprehend. A decent track, but a severe disappointment if you were expecting new music from Fatboy (like me).
11. Absurd, Fluke: Absurd, the original version, is a great track. But two things make this version bad: a watered down remix and the fact that Absurd has been on about ten soundtracks now!
12. Song of Life, Leftfield: A decent, flowing song; one of the better tracks on the album. Ranges from slow to fast with little effort.
13. Edge Hill, Groove Armada: The sound that defines Groove Armada: background, drippy ambient with a beat. A pretty good song.
14. Satellite, Bosco: A great beat and rhythm with a horribly annoying vocoder lyric. You will either love it or hate it.
15. Devil's Nightmare, Oxide & Neutrino: A classic example of a song that can't make up its mind. Am I techno? Am I rap? Am I Gregorian chants?!? As the finisher, it sums up the mixed bag nature of the soundtrack very well.
To summarize: Galaxy Bounce, Terra Firma, and Song of Life represent their makers well. Where's Your Head At, Illuminati, and Devil's Nightmare are transgressions against good music everywhere. The rest of the songs are somewhere in the middle. Listener, you have been warned...
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Techno/Electronica Heaven! 6 juin 2001
Par Asad Shaykh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hey People... just LOOK at the roster of artists displayed on this Soundtrack. Where else can you find Moby, Fatboy Slim, Groove Armada AND the Chemical Brothers on a SINGLE CD. And... with ALL NEW material which meshes well as well. Although having such diverse and powerful artists on a single CD might lead you to think that the tracks would just be out of sync because of each artist's individual style, yet, all the tracks mesh in very well. Infact they flow into eachother. Songs like "Galaxy Bounce", "Ain't never learned" & "Edge Hill" just compliment eachother. Other than these techno/electronica artists, you have U2, Nelly Furtado & NiN to listen to... alongwith Delerium as well whose Terra Firma is hauntingly fammiliar yet refreshingly new. Nelly Furtado's take on Missy's "Put Your Freak On" is even better than the original. I have not even metioned the great work of Outkast and BT on this album. All in all... the songs on this soundtrack have been hand-picked to compliment the "Tomb Radier" feel! And whatta feeling it is... Shove this CD into your Player and you won't have to do touch that player again for the next 70 minutes... Enjoy! :) I certainly did!
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where's your head at? 15 juillet 2001
Par P. Forster - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I bought the album 2 days ago, and haven't stopped listening to it. Although I'm not v. impressed with Groove Armada's 'Edge hill' and not taking long to realise why they only played the beginning of Outkast's 'Seedballin' at the beginning. I found the soundtrack highly enjoyable. The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim and Fluke failed to dissapoint, and Basement Jaxx's 'where's your head at' completely suprised me with their up beat sound and non-boring approach repeating the songs lyrics. I also enjoyed Delerium's 'Terra firma', it brought a calming sound in the middle of the album, which was well needed to cool down with. All in all, this soundtracked rocked, and is well worth getting. and if you know anyone who dislikes the album, simply answer with the line "where's your head at?"
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This thing is hot! 9 juillet 2001
Par Carrie Ritter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I cannot take this CD out of my player. I'm a huge house/techno fan, and this CD delivers. And it's got a little rap and rock thrown in for good measure. Some of my favorites include Outkast's "Speedballin'" C.B.'s "Galaxy Bounce," Basement Jaxx's "Where's Your Head At," and Fatboy Slim's weird but funky "Illuminati."
And I'm sure this sounds stupid, but it also makes a great workout soundtrack. I just pop this baby into my sport-CD player and I can run for miles and miles.
To sum it up, if you like dance music with a heavy techno influence, you're sure to like this soundtrack. It's got a great sample of all the greats. It's the kind of CD that you just can't sit still to. Get up and shake your booty!
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good Soundtrack, some songs good,some songs bad 5 juin 2001
Par Nick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was eager to buy this soundtrack because of who was on the soundtrack- the chemical brothers, outkast, u2, nine inch nails, missy elliot, BT, moby, and fatboy slim. I have to say- the "remix" of Elevation is great, but i cant really tell the album version and the remix apart very well. The nine inch nails song is OK- they've had better. But the Missy Elliot and Nelly Furtado remix of Get Your Freak On was one of the worst that ive heard in years. Nelly Furtado and Missy do not mix well, and the chemistry is not there. Yet the Chemical brothers song is kicking, just like all of their other songs, upbeat and heavy thumping. Moby is on just about every sountrack, and he sounds alright. I think the score will be good- i heard fatboy slim was going to compose the score. While this cd has some good electronic music for electronica fans as myself- the bands that are known dont do the best job on this soundtrack. Yet, even though some of the tracks aren't the best, this sountrack is perfect for what the movie is going to be: upbeat, lively, and awesome.
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