13 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Director Cameron Crowe’s Singles soundtrack plays more like a mixtape than a static assortment. Between the lovely, stormy rock of Screaming Trees’ “Nearly Lost You” and the snotty self-portraiture of Mudhoney’s “Overblown,” Crowe shows grunge’s diversity, while cuts from Hendrix and Heart nod to Seattle’s heritage. Pearl Jam’s roiling “Breath” translates the upsurging excitement of the moment, but it’s Mother Love Bone’s power ballad “Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns” that stands as an elegy for an era of conflicted feelings.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Director Cameron Crowe’s Singles soundtrack plays more like a mixtape than a static assortment. Between the lovely, stormy rock of Screaming Trees’ “Nearly Lost You” and the snotty self-portraiture of Mudhoney’s “Overblown,” Crowe shows grunge’s diversity, while cuts from Hendrix and Heart nod to Seattle’s heritage. Pearl Jam’s roiling “Breath” translates the upsurging excitement of the moment, but it’s Mother Love Bone’s power ballad “Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns” that stands as an elegy for an era of conflicted feelings.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
257 Ratings
257 Ratings

wowy!!!!

corn and co.

dude this album's got every thing good! i mean EVERYTHING~~~!!!!so buy it!

the best soundtrack ever made

the fresh prince of edina

corn and... is right. this soundtrack has great songs, it's just that iTunes is being an idiot and hasn't gotten all the songs on the album yet. There's Soundgarden, Mother Love Bone, Jimi Hendrix... purely great music. It's DEFINITELY worth buying.

The album is sweet...

csalas

But two songs ain't an album. Where's the rest?

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