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I Love You, Man (Music from the Motion Picture)

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Even the soundtrack to I Love You, Man has a couple of not-so-inside jokes. Jason Segel, one of the movie’s main stars, cut his teeth in the cult television series Freaks and Geeks as the goofy lionhearted Nick Andopolis — a wannabe drummer who believed that listening to Rush’s “Tom Sawyer” counted for doing homework. And sure enough, the 1981 proggy radio hit surfaces here. Latch Key Kid’s bouncy folk rocker “Good Times” opens the soundtrack with a sunny tone that bubbles and skips along with the kind of youthful vibe that would have also worked well in the film Juno. Conversely, things get a little greasy and gritty by the time the Black Keys’ “Set You Free” surfaces with its lo-fi bluesy strut. Remember when a young Beck used to hinge his early musings on the blues? “Soul of a Man” finds him dipping his small toe back into the Mississippi river, but the slathered layers of space age production keep things sounding more modern. The Donnas split the difference between old and new with an updated, guitar heavy cover of Billy Idol’s ’80s hit “Dancing With Myself.” But nothing here captures the film’s bromance like Dean Martin’s “Ain’t That a Kick In the Head.”

Customer Reviews

Re: Gossip Boy's Proofreading

I only rated three stars because I have not yet listened to this soundtrack. However, I felt compelled to write my first review to respond to Gossip Boy's presumptuous comment. We are all human and as the saying goes, "to err is human." People make mistakes. Even so, I would think it obvious that iTunes thoroughly reviews everything before printing it. That being said, the artist listing for Santigold is not in error. If Gossip Boy were up on his music news, he would know that the artist Santogold recently changed her name (following in the footsteps of Prince and Diddy) to Santigold with no explanation given whatsoever. Now, it seems that he may owe an apology ...

She had a name change gossip boy

ATTN: Gossip Boy... Santigold formerly known as Santogold had a name change in february because of a lawsuit from another artist also known as Santo Gold who is some Sci-Fi movie director. So don't get your panties in a twist about apple not being able to proofread. Get your facts before you go a-slamming.

Great Soundtrack, for the funniest movie EVER!!!!!!

Great music SEE THIS MOVIE!

I Love You, Man (Music from the Motion Picture)
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Mar 17, 2009
  • Parental Advisory

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