CD Malcolm in the Middle (CD 195480), Audio Other
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Malcolm in the Middle


  • 1. Boss of Me - They Might Be Giants
    2. Washin' + Wonderin' - Stroke 9
    3. Good Life - The Getaway People
    4. You All Dat - Baha Men (Radio mix)
    5. Been Here Once Before - Eagle-Eye Cherry
    6. Falling For the First Time - Barenaked Ladies
    7. Drunk Is Better Than Dead - The Push Stars
    8. Bizarro - Citizen King
    9. We Are Monkeys - Travis
    10. Right Place Wrong Time - The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies
    11. Smile - Hanson
    12. Heaven Is a Halfpipe - OPM
    13. Tune in (Round Window) - Flak
    14. Don't Push It, Don't Force It - Gordon
    15. Cotton Eyed Joe - Rednex
    16. Older - They Might Be Giants
    17. I Just Don't Care - The Dust Brothers
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 73743

  • Credits
    Producer
    EngineerJack Joseph Puig; Robert Carranza

    Producers include: Pat Dillett, Jerry Harrison, Nicholas Sansano, Klas Ahlund, Paul Ebersold.
    "Boss Of Me" won the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Song Written For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.
    Like the TV show it's pulled from, the music on this collection is clever, upbeat and smart-alecky. They Might Be Giants set the quirky tone with their choppy, ska-flavored "Boss of Me" and the cleverly sublime "Older." From here, plenty of power-pop moments abound, from Stroke 9's punky "Washin' + Wonderin'," to Barenaked Ladies' irresistibly catchy "Falling for the First Time."
    Other notable names checking in are Eagle-Eye Cherry (the sweetly dream-like "Been Here Once Before"), Travis (the Beatles-esque absurdity "We Are Monkeys"), and Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies (a hellacious cover of Dr. John's "Right Place, Wrong Time"). Elsewhere, pop oddities include OPM's loping skate-anthem "Heaven Is a Halfpipe," the mid-'90s novelty dance version of "Cotton Eye Joe" by Sweden's Rednex, and the Baha Men's "You All Dat" (which samples the Tokens' "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"). Wrapping it all up is "I Don't Care," a dialogue snippet medley by our favorite sound architects the Dust Brothers.

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