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'Singles Soundtrack' re-issue released this August on Sony Legacy Recordings.

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I'm confused - wouldn't this mean the bonus tracks are on vinyl and not just on the CD?

https://www.popmarket.com/products/various-artists-singles-ost-deluxe-edition-3xlp

 

But this listing contradicts that:

http://www.bullmoose.com/p/22655208/singles-soundtrack-deluxe-edition-2lp-w-bonus-cd-containing-bonus-tracks

 

Can there be a 3LP and 2LP deluxe editions?

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From Cameron Crowe's page:

 

http://www.theuncool.com/2017/01/26/singles-deluxe-soundtrack/

 

Curious; is there anyone else who likes the soundtrack who's never seen the film? I was the perfect age for grunge but have never had the urge to see this.

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14 minutes ago, ExtraFox said:

From Cameron Crowe's page:

 

http://www.theuncool.com/2017/01/26/singles-deluxe-soundtrack/

 

Curious; is there anyone else who likes the soundtrack who's never seen the film? I was the perfect age for grunge but have never had the urge to see this.

Yep, I was about 13 or 14 when this came out. Loved the soundtrack, but never saw the movie, always wanted to though.

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33 minutes ago, ExtraFox said:

Curious; is there anyone else who likes the soundtrack who's never seen the film? I was the perfect age for grunge but have never had the urge to see this.

100% the same here. I loved this soundtrack when it came out. It had had cuts from all of my favorite artists at the time. And largely new music no less! But I was young and never caught the film. In the interim, I've seen a couple of Cameron Crowe films and didn't really enjoy either so I never felt the urge to watch Singles. No desire whatsoever.

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It's on HBO (so HBO Go and HBO Now, too) this month if you're interested. I remember watching it back in high school (so in the late '90s) and feeling like it was something important. But like most movies you see at that age, I watched about 20 minutes of it as an adult (a week or so ago) and it was just brutal; nothing about the acting or writing was interesting. I did recognize Jim True-Frost this time, though, which was fun. 

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