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Party Monster [PA]

  • 1. Take Me to the Club - Mannequin
    2. Seventeen - Ladytron
    3. Frank Sinatra - The Hacker/Miss Kittin & the Hacker
    4. Money, Success, Fame, Glamour - Felix da Housecat/Macaulay Culkin/Chloe Sevigny/The Pop Tarts/Seth Green/Felix Da Housecat Vs. Pop Tarts/Macauley Culkin/Chloe Sevigny (Remix)
    5. You're My Disco - Waldorf
    6. Two of Hearts - Stacey Q
    7. Overdose - Tomcraft
    8. Get Happy - Happy Thought Hall
    9. Rock 01, Le - Vitalic
    10. Go! - Tones on Tail
    11. New York, New York - Nina Hagen
    12. It Can't Come Quickly Enough - Scissor Sisters
    13. Inside Out - W.I.T.
    14. Kiss Me - Stephen Duffy
    15. Give Me Tonight - Shannon
    16. How to Be a Millionaire - ABC
    17. Crash - Keoki & High Lonesome Sound System (Original Mix)
    18. La La Song, The - Marilyn Manson
    19. Good Is Bad - Headrillaz/Ricky Barrow
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 6680

  • Credits
    ProducerJonathan Marcus; Christine Vachon

    Directors: Randy Barbato; Fenton Bailey.
    Editor: Phil Klum.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Wilson Cruz; Macaulay Culkin; Natasha Lyonne; Chlo Sevigny; Seth Green.
    Party Monster revolves around the late-'80s/early-'90s New York club scene. Its soundtrack only reflects that fact somewhat. Sleazy electro-pop that was made well outside the time frame of this scene -- Miss Kittin & the Hacker's naughty "Frank Sinatra," Ladytron's sleek "Seventeen" -- falls in with a somewhat wide variety of songs from the '80s -- ABC's suave "How to Be a Millionaire," Stacey Q's chirpy "Two of Hearts." It had a chance to be the kind of soundtrack that works outside the context of the film, accurately covering a specific scene from a specific point in time, but it wound up being another disc that can mainly relates to those who enjoyed the movie. ~ Andy Kellman

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (9/18/03, p.72) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Crafty song selections reflect the film's plot and themes like the mirror of a cocaine-smeared compact."
    Uncut (11/03, p.116) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...This mixes period pounders with updated readings from contemporary exponents....Original hedonistic hoofers such as Shannon's 'Give Me Tonight' and ABC's 'Millionaire' are here..."
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