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The Hills Soundtrack


  • 1. Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield
    2. Boston - Augustana Choir
    3. One Girl Revolution - Superchick
    4. Long Way to Happy - P!nk
    5. Rich Girls, Poor Girls - Everybody Else
    6. Walking in L.A. - Missing Persons
    7. Beautiful Life, A - Lindsay Lohan
    8. I Just Wanna Live - Good Charlotte
    9. Loose Ends - Imogen Heap
    10. Little Razorblade - The Pink Spiders
    11. Replace You - Samantha Moore
    12. Ordinary Superstar - Danielle McKee
    13. Leavin' - Jag Star
    14. Beautiful in Los Angeles - Garrison Star
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 88697059052

  • Credits
    ProducerBrad Jones; Ric Ocasek; Ken Scott; Rick Parker; Max Hsu; Sarah Lewis; Timothy Sean Fitzpatrick; Wayne Rodriques; Curt Fresca; Neilson Hubbard; Kara Dioguardi; Brendan O'Brien; Greg Wells; Danielle Brisebois; Butch Walker; Mike Dearing; Imogen Heap; Eric Valentine
    Engineer

    Everything about The Hills is better than Laguna Beach, the show that spawned it -- its mix of real-life soap opera drama and fashion world politics is more focused and engaging than Laguna's muddled high school high jinks ever were, and Lauren, Heidi, Whitney, and Audrina's friendships seem more genuine, despite the occasional (or frequent) falling out. This goes for the show's soundtrack, too: The Hills' mix of drama-queen ballads (Pink's "Long Way to Happy," Lindsay Lohan's "A Beautiful Life," Samantha Moore's "Replace You"), girl-power pop (Superchick's "One Girl Revolution" and show's theme, Natasha Bedingfield's "Unwritten"), and homages to Los Angeles (Missing Persons' "Walking in L.A.," Garrison Starr's "Beautiful in Los Angeles") ends up being more grown-up, or at least more listenable, than Laguna Beach's music. Other highlights include Everybody Else's equal-opportunity power pop, "Rich Girls, Poor Girls," Jag Star's "Leavin'," and Imogen Heap's gorgeous "Loose Ends," all of which make the soundtrack more than a guilty pleasure -- a description that also applies to the show itself. ~ Heather Phares

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