Not Another Teen Movie Soundtrack
1.Tainted Love - Marilyn Manson
2.Never Let Me Down Again - The Smashing Pumpkins
3.Blue Monday - Orgy
4.Metro - Syatem Of A Down
5.But Not Tonight - Scott Weiland
6.Message Of Love - Saliva
7.Bizarre Love Triangle - Stabbing Westward
8.99 Red Balloons - Goldfinger
9.I Melt With You - Mest
10.If You Leave - Good Charlotte
11.Please Please Let Me Get What I Want - Muse
12.Somebody's Baby - Phantom Planet
Front, Back And CD Covers Included.
Total Size: 57.8mb
Similar in concept to 'Scary Movie', 'Not Another Teen Movie' is a parody of the plethora of teen movies that have surfaced in the last decade or so. The soundtrack is a kickin' and screamin' mix of top US nu-metal and "dude rock", with tracks by the likes of Marilyn Manson, System Of A Down, Saliva, Good Charlotte, Orgy and more
The soundtrack ups the ante with '80s classics covered by '90s alt-rock acts. Depeche Mode and New Order fare best as Smashing Pumpkins ("Never Let Me Down Again") and Scott Weiland ("But Not Tonight") tackle DM while Orgy ("Blue Monday") and Stabbing Westward ("Bizarre Love Triangle") pump the decibels up for New Order. One-hit wonders also get the nod, whether it's Teutonic popster Nena (Goldfinger's ska-driven "99 Red Balloons"), Brits Modern English (Mest's staccato "I Melt With You") or Soft Cell (Marilyn Manson's eerie "Tainted Love").
Elsewhere, Saliva interprets The Pretenders ("Message Of Love"), Good Charlotte puts a punk-pop spin on OMD ("If You Leave") and Muse pays homage to the Smiths ("Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want"). The quintessential nod to teen pop culture comes via Phantom Planet (featuring RUSHMORE's Jason Schwartzman) serving up a harmony-drenched version of Jackson Browne's "Somebody's Baby" (originally recorded for the Fast Times At Ridgemont High soundtrack).
Basically whether you like the movie or not this is a really good album, one of the few occasions where a soundtrack really stands up on its own merits and not just as part of the film. It is made up of some classic 80's songs covered by some great alternative bands/artists from the world of metal/punk/rock the most well known obviously being marilyn mansons cover of soft cells "Tainted Love". But for me, even better are Muses' cover of The Smiths "Please, please, please, let me get what I want", System of a downs cover of Berlins' "Metro" and scott weiland covering Depeche Modes' "But Not Tonight".