Various ‎– The Beach (Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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London Records ‎– 31079-2, London Records ‎– 4344 35020-2
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1 Leftfield Snakeblood 5:39
2 All Saints Pure Shores
Mixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*Producer, Keyboards, Guitar – William Orbit
4:24
3 Moby Porcelain
Backing Vocals – Pilar Basso
3:59
4 Dario G Voices
Vocals – Vanessa Quiñones
5:18
5 Underworld 8 Ball 8:51
6 Sugar Ray (2) Spinning Away
Producer – David Kahne
4:24
7 Asian Dub Foundation Return Of Django
Saxophone – Simon De SouzaTrumpet – Harry Beckett
3:34
8 Blur On Your Own (Crouch End Broadway Mix)
Producer – Stephen StreetRemix – William Orbit
3:32
9 Mory Kanté Yeke Yeke (Hardfloor Mix)
Remix – Hardfloor
3:54
10 Faithless Woozy 7:52
11 Barry Adamson Richard, It's Business As Usual 4:17
12 New Order Brutal
Backing Vocals – Pauline TaylorProducer – Rollo
4:48
13 UNKLE Lonely Soul
Vocals – Richard Ashcroft
8:54
14 Orbital & Angelo Badalamenti Beached 6:47

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Danny Boyle was the director of the movie.

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weibowil

weibowil

August 19, 2017
I still remember how surreal it was hearing these songs (and Angelo Badalamenti's score) surround me in the theater while amazing tropical scenes were before me... What a memory !
Waiting for it on vinyl ! :)
liz.bird

liz.bird

October 28, 2016
This needs a Vinyl release!!! So good damn, so many great tracks.
anothermansvinyl

anothermansvinyl

July 27, 2015
Fifteen years later, this album takes me back to my Y2K days. The Faithless song is a jam, the New Order song is great, of course Moby's song was ubiquitous in 2000. I even like the All Saints song. Nothing wrong with a little sassy Brit girl pop. Underworld, Blur, Orbital, UNKLE w/ Richard Ashcroft … tons of great songs. VINYL PLEASE!!
Tifosodallalazio

Tifosodallalazio

September 28, 2002

This soundtrack is not just a soundtrack that can't survive without being played after/while seeing the movie. It can easily stand alone, and is indeed very enjoyable as an average electro album. Nice.