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Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom
MTV's male version of "Sex And The City", Logo's highest rated series, goes to the big screen, opening in theatres October 24th. In addition to new music from former Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams, this soundtrack features hit singles from such Tommy Boy artists as Bob Sinclar, Roy Young, and Matt Alber. Also featured are hot independent artists such as Pam Jones, Nikki Jane, Phoebe Snow, Patrik-Ian, and Adriana Evans.
|Audio CD Release Date:
||October 21, 2008|
|Number Of Discs:
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 18 reviews|
|1. ||We Break The Dawn - Karmatronic Remix (Michelle Williams)|
|2. ||Sandcastle Disco - Karmatronic Remix (Solange)|
|3. ||The Idiot (Fol Chen featuring Patrik-Ian)|
|4. ||World, Hold On (Bob Sinclair feat. Steve Edwards)|
|5. ||Cable TV (Fol Chen)|
|6. ||Him And Not Me (Patrik-Ian)|
|7. ||End Of The World (Matt Alber)|
|8. ||Don t Call It Love (Roy Young)|
|9. ||Come Clean (Phoebe Snow)|
|10. ||I Love U (Nikki Jane)|
|11. ||Today Tomorrow (Tje Austin)|
|12. ||Spies (Sy Smith)|
|13. ||Eat Sushi (Pam Jones)|
|14. ||Something Real (Phoebe Snow)|
|15. ||Home To Me (Patrik-Ian)|
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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Broom JumpersDec 13, 2008
By Roy J. Warner
After seeing the movie (just a few blocks from the WHITE HOUSE) I went home & immediately ordered the soundtrack. I've been listening to it ever since, at work, at home, in the car. It was full of pleasant surprises hearing it in the background in the movie. Just listening to it on it's own, now has brought to life many of the best parts of the movie & the message it sent. I certainly hope there'll be many more opportunities to listen to & watch these characters in the future. Who ever did the soundtrack really had great insight into how sound enhances the story. Thanks for the joy of listening, can't wait to get the DVD!
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
simply an incredible ost...love it.Nov 06, 2008
In comparison to QAF here u find a lot of tracks that were carefully selected with a lot of heart. Starting with two great dancetracks ...less stomping more pumping..than the predictable QAF soundtracks which had a few moments with tracks from Lauper and Heather Small this one shows more variety...and taste. Ray young and Tje Austin bring u heartbreaking tunes...Spies is funky as prince can be. Pam Jones Wages shows the sassyness of the most known khia tracks and phoebe snow takes us back..as powerful as amy...but with a whole lotta more grace and style. Thank u for feeling proud...about what gay culture can be. U got me addicted...instantly.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
A great compilation that you're probably going to wantMar 23, 2009
By Michael L. Wiersma
Movie soundtracks are usually a hit-or-miss product, where you get a couple good songs and a whole lot of the "other" kind. This soundtrack is a wonderful mix of styles and sounds, some of them pleasantly "under-polished" and all of them heart-felt, just like the movie.
I knew after I saw "Broom" that I needed to purchase the soundtrack. Matt Alber's "The End of the World" alone is worth the price, but there are lots of other gems on here too and very little that won't appeal to someone. Plus the songs bring the movie back in your mind, and that was a good thing for me.
I ordered the soundtrack after I saw the movie. I would have been better off ordering both from the start. It's a pretty safe bet. Enjoy.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Noah's Arc - Jumping the Broom, movie sound trackNov 29, 2008
By Kenneth Farris
Noah's Arc fans will automatically purchase this sound track to add to their collection. The CD contains 14 songs from the fabulous movie which was viewed by sold out screenings across the country. The CD also includes an 18 page booklet of pictures, lyrics and commentary by creator, Patrik-Ian Polk which fans will appreciate. Top songs on the CD include, "We Break the Dawn" by Michelle Williams, "Sandcastle Disco" by Solange Knowles and "World, Hold On" by Bob Sinclair. Both Michelle and Solange songs are a Karmatronic Remix (house version) from the original R&B versions of the songs from the movie. I admit that I was disappointed that the CD did not include both versions. For us old school fans, it was great to hear from Phoebe Snow, who does a cameo in the movie and sings two songs. Her most memorable is "Something Real" sung at the wedding reception in the movie. Top song and most memorable on the CD is "I Love U" by Nikki Jane, which I think will become the signature song from the movie. It plays during the ending credits and leaves you with a great feeling that the Noah's Arc story has the proper ending it deserves. Other songs provide a variety of styles that I'm sure were selected to provide the appropriate dramatic feelings to the scenes in the movie, which is shared by Patrik in the commentary. Kudos to Patrik for producing and directing an excellent film and movie sound track. Compliments to the entire cast for well acted performances that fans will cherish for years to come.
Great EntertainmentMay 03, 2013
By Greg E
Always enjoyed Noah's Arc. Will always enjoy something with that crew in it. Had some good times watching it. Great Job
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