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Go: Music from the Motion Picture

music reviewmusic reviewmusic reviewmusic review  out of 4 Music Review: Go: Music from the Motion Picture

Artist: Various
Genre: Soundtrack
Release Date: March 1999

Review by SarahG
4 stars out of 4

The movie GO, directed by Doug Liman (Swingers) gives a look into the fast paced day of a drug deal gone bad. The stars of the movie include Dawson's Creek's Katie Holmes, Armageddon's William Fichtner, and The Sweet Hereafter's Sarah Polley. GO is intensified with an amazing underscoring of popular music in styles that range from Fatboy Slim's "Gangster Tripping" techno to Natalie Imbruglia's energized vocals in Troubled by the Way We Came Together. The album begin's with No Doubt's first single "New" and continues to a favorite of mine, the 1999 remix of Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride." The blood pumping beats that carry through the album left me begging for more. Similar to soundtracks from The Matrix and the newly released Mission Impossible 2. These electrified soundtracks snap you from reality into the rocket world of these action packed films. "Go" out an get it.



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