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Детали релиза : VA - The Cable Guy / Кабельщик (1996) [FLAC (tracks + .cue)]

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VA - The Cable Guy / Кабельщик (1996) [FLAC (tracks + .cue)](кликните для просмотра полного изображения)
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Artist: VA
Album: The Cable Guy
Released: 1996
Genre: Alternative, Rock, Pop, Grunge, Punk, OST
Duration: 00:58:56

01. Jim Carrey - I'll Juice You Up (0:29)
02. Jerry Cantrell - Leave Me Alone (5:14)
03. Primitive Radio Gods - Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money In My Hand (4:35)
04. Silverchair - Blind (4:15)
05. $10,000 Gold Chain - Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (6:11)
06. David Hilder - End of the World Is Coming (3:09)
07. Porno for Pyros - Satellite of Love (3:42)
08. Cracker - Get Outta My Head (2:04)
09. Jim Carrey - Somebody To Love (originally performed by Jefferson Airplane) (3:44)
10. Cypress Hill - The Last Assassin (3:49)
11. Ruby - This Is (3:55)
12. Filter - Hey Man, Nice Shot (5:21)
13. Toadies - Unattractive (3:52)
14. Expanding Man - Download (4:12)
15. John Ottman - This Concludes Our Broadcast Day (Dialog spoken by Jim Carrey) (4:25)
cкрыто спойлером
The Cable Guy: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the official soundtrack. It consists of previously unreleased songs, largely of alternative rock and post-grunge bands, and includes the first solo recording by Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains fame. The soundtrack includes Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love" which was performed by Jim Carrey in the film. It also includes a song from $10,000 Gold Chain, a side project of Pearl Jam lead guitarist Mike McCready. However, it does not include White Zombie's "More Human than Human", which is featured in a dramatic scene of the film.

Cantrell's "Leave Me Alone" served as the soundtrack's promotional vehicle and had a music video. This featured various footage from Cable Guy in a dark manner typical of Cantrell's style. It also had Jim Carrey's haunting face reaching out of a television screen at the observing Cantrell. While the album as a whole was not well received, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic noted that "Leave Me Alone" positively "rocks as hard as any Alice in Chains track."

The track "Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand" gained popularity for its appearance in the film and reached #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks in 1996.
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