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Retrieved 10 April Austrian Charts Portal. Retrieved 29 August Ultratop Flanders. Ultratop Wallonia. Swiss Charts Portal. January Retrieved 16 January Retrieved 27 September Music Canada. Recorded Music NZ. Retrieved 20 June IFPI Sweden. I gave this CD 3 stars, one more than I was inclined to at first, because of the other important stuff they did put on it.
Ewan McGregor's 'Your Song' is a natural standout. Otherwise, save your pennies and buy Moulin Rouge 2. The case arrived in good condition, no cracks or chips on the jewel case. The music is good quality, not scratches. I received exactly what I expected with less damage than I had anticipated; I am very happy. The product arrived on the very first day suggested.
It said arrival would be between Sept. The first Moulin Rouge soundtrack cannot really be considered or described out of context with the later second volume that was released. The deficiencies of this album are addressed for the most part in Volume 2, and thus this album cannot be judged as harshly as it was upon its initial release for the songs and numbers that are not included.
The earliest reviews of this soundtrack are justifiably critical, for many of the tracks featured here are not the actual versions from the film. In essence, this CD is music that inspired and was inspired by the movie rather than an actual soundtrack. This becomes obvious from the very start, when one hears David Bowie delivering the melancholy masterpiece Nature Boy.
David Bowie does a great job but it's not the movie version, and that is important because fans obsessed with this movie including yours truly are absolutely captivated if not in love with the actual movie versions.
Thus, one has to put aside one's concerns about this album's vast differences from the actual movie's music, knowing that some but, sadly, not all of those original film versions can be found on the Moulin Rouge Volume 2 soundtrack. Since I love the movie and music, so much, I'll say a word about every track on this CD.
The one great weakness of both soundtracks is the fact that this is basically the only piece of music you get from the unforgettable sequence in which Ewan McGregor first enters the Moulin Rouge. Fatboy Slim gives us his driving version of Because We Can, a furiously upbeat track.
The version of Sparkling Diamonds included here is good, but it differs significantly from the film version; still, it features Nicole Kidman, Jim Broadbent, and their cohorts from the film and is quite enjoyable in this form. Next is Valeria's version of Rhythm of the Night, a relatively minor song in terms of the movie, featuring special Moulin Rouge-specific lines. While I prefer the movie version, something can be said about the version of Your Song included here; alongside Ewan McGregor's impassioned singing, the added vocal stylings of Alessandro Safina are emphasized, adding almost as much as it takes away from the film version.
Main Album Moulin Rouge, Vol. Release Date February 26, Label Interscope. Release Info Soundtrack Studio Recording. Track Listing.
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London Theatre Guide. Retrieved October 18, Retrieved August 26, RCA Records. Retrieved December 14, The Musical - Moulin Rouge! Uncensored John Simon. Retrieved September 7, The Telegraph. Time Out New York. August 5, Rolling Stone. Broadway News.May 08, · Music From Baz Luhrmann's Film Moulin Rouge Various Artists Soundtrack ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music P!NK, and Mýa whoop their way through “Lady Marmalade.” But the songs performed by leads Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, particularly the stirring duet “Come What May,” cut through the glitz to give the.