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I "Heart" this album, a delightful compilation!

I was looking forward to purchasing this album; it's a great compliment to a fantastic second season. One of my favorite parts about watching The L Word was hearing great music every episode, and this album just pays tribute to that. Favorite dance tracks on the album are "Mmmnn" by Grandadbob, and "Get On" by Dirtmitts. If you like the show and you're looking for an album that's just plain fun and "feel good," buy this one.

I love you Shane

If you love The L Word you will love the soundtrack. The songs are so organic with the show. I love it

I would pay an EXTRA $2 to NOT download the Betty crap.

Soundtrack compilations are a good way to get a taste of artists you may not hear otherwise -- for example, Season 1's soundtrack featuring the underplayed Kinnie Starr. But I guess you have to take the good with the bad, including Betty's MY FAVORITE THINGS-derivative theme song. Will someone sue them already for ripping off Rogers & Hammerstein?

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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Feb 22, 2005

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