Two of your fave TV shows - Charmed and The O.C. - have released kickin' new soundtracks. We've got the reviews right here!
Charmed: Book of Shadows Soundtrack
If you dig the witchy show Charmed, then you'll love this second soundtrack addition. Tons of your favorite tracks from the show are featured on this disc and they make for a great CD to pop in while cleaning your room, studying for that big chemistry test or just chillin' on a Saturday afternoon.
This is the second volume of songs from the show Charmed. The first was released in September 2003.
The Charmed: Book of Shadows disc is comprised entirely of female singers.
The same peeps that put together Charmed: Book of Shadows Soundtrack also put together the Summerland soundtrack.
Charmed:Book of Shadows Soundtrack - Hot Tracks
Take it Off by The Donnas; Take a Look by Liz Phair; San Francisco by Vanessa Carlton; Unbroken by Missy Higgins; Free by Sarah Brightman.
Charmed: Book of Shadows Rating:
The OC Mix 4
The OC is not only the hottest drama on prime time TV, it's also the place you are introduced to a ton of cool, indie bands. From Phantom Planet, to Rooney, to The Killers, you probably heard 'em first when they playd on The OC. So, be sure to check out the latest mix of California tunes with The OC Mix 4.
The OC Mix 4 Facts
As the title suggests, this is the fourth soundtrack from The OC. The third disc was their Christmas compilation.
Matt Pond PA's track Champagne Supernova is a cover of the song originally sung by British bad boys, Oasis.
The track Scarecrow by Beck can also be found on his new disc, Guero.
Several of the bands featured on The OC Mix 4 have played shows at The Bait Shop (you know, the club that Alex used to work at!).
The cover of The OC Mix 4 features sketches from Seth's graphic novel, Atomic County.
The OC Mix 4 - Hot Tracks
Fortrees by Pinhack; Hardcore Days & Softcore Nights by Aqueduct; On The Table by A.C. Newman; Decent Days and Nights by The Futureheads.
The OC Mix 4 Rating:
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What's not to like? Its got a story, its got artwork which gets better every year and it's a lot of fun. You can get attached to the characters, feel emotion, etc. Its the same with reading a book, watching anime or even a movie. It just happens to be in a different format.
[This may seem weird but when I'm reading a manga I can hear the sounds]