Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale [Explicit Lyrics]

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Radio Sunnydale is a collection of songs from poignant and prominent moments in the show's history. Diehard Buffy fans will of course want to soak in the nostalgia -- the disc features music from the Dandy Warhols, Michelle Branch, Aimee Mann, and the Breeders, among others.
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Released in 1999, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Album was the official soundtrack to the series, while 2002's Once More With Feeling was the soundtrack to the peerless musical episode with the same name. Which makes 2003's Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale...what? A cash-in attempt for a cult series that's now off the air, but ...
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Radio Sunnydale is a collection of songs from poignant and prominent moments in the show's history. Diehard Buffy fans will of course want to soak in the nostalgia -- the disc features music from the Dandy Warhols, Michelle Branch, Aimee Mann, and the Breeders, among others.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Released in 1999, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Album was the official soundtrack to the series, while 2002's Once More With Feeling was the soundtrack to the peerless musical episode with the same name. Which makes 2003's Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale...what? A cash-in attempt for a cult series that's now off the air, but still retains its devoted audience? Cynics could argue that, but they'd be wrong since the album does indeed collect songs that were featured on the program -- hence the subtitle "Radio Sunnydale," an indication that these tunes did function as background music in Buffy's hometown. Also, Mutant Enemy has yet to rip off its loyal fan base, and this is no exception to the rule -- it's a fine, logical soundtrack that's faithful to the feel and sound of the series, and functions as a good, solid alt-rock collection on its own terms. As Buffy music supervisor John King points out in his liner notes Buffy creator Joss Whedon contributes his own set, as well, the first Buffy soundtrack covered seasons one through four with this covering five through seven, the final three in the series' run. Like the preceding soundtrack, this isn't heavy on hits or big names -- Blur and Sarah McLachlan are the sales titans here, with Joey Ramone, Aimee Mann, and the Breeders, who do a wonderful version of the title theme, being the cult favorites; the rest of the soundtrack consists of names who are barely known -- but it sustains a consistent mood, one that conjures up Sunnydale in an instant. True, it's the kind of thing that's targeted directly at the show's faithful, but that's also what's good about it: by taking their fans seriously, the Mutant Enemy bunch has produced another soundtrack that lives up to the series' legacy, which, as most TV soundtracks illustrate, is a difficult thing to do.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/30/2003
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • UPC: 724359375021
  • Catalog Number: 93750

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lov Group Member
Technical Credits
Sarah McLachlan Arranger
Freddie Hart Composer
Aimee Mann Composer
Damon Albarn Composer
Graham Coxon Composer
Alex James Composer
Tony Lash Producer
Rick Neigher Producer
Joey Ramone Composer
Dave Rowntree Composer
Andy Shernoff Composer
Justin Stanley Composer
John Michael King Liner Notes
Dashboard Prophets Composer, Contributor
Jean Krikorian Art Direction
Drew Lavyne Mastering
Jesse Tobias Producer
Emiliana Torrini Producer
Chris Dye Composer
Joss Whedon Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Greg Evanski Composer
Traditional Composer
Eg White Producer
Nikka Costa Composer
Devics Contributor
Christopher Buchanan Executive Producer
Matthew Mariano Producer
Patty Medina Producer
Courtney Taylor-Taylor Composer
Jeffrey Taylor Light Business Consultant
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    love it!

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale is the best CD I've ever heard, I recommend it to any fans of the show. It is so great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Cool CD

    This CD is really cool. It has lots of awesome songs from important moments in "Buffy" history. However, Goodbye to you by Michelle Branch isn't on this CD, Prayer of Saint Francis by Sarah Mclachlan is insted. Still a GREAT CD. 'Stop thinking about it' by Joey Ramone is on this CD from the episode "Triangle" in season 5. 'Bohemian like you'by The Dandy Warhols and "There's no other way" by Blur also from "Triangle" are on this CD. 'Everbody got their something' by Nikka Costa from the 6th season episode 'All the way', 'Key' by the devics from "crush" , 'Sound of the Revolution" by Lunatic Calm from season 6's "As you were", 'Ballad for dead friends' by Dashboard Prophets from episode 1 "Welcome to the hellmouth" are some other songs. If your a "Buffy" fan like I am, you should get this CD.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy RULES!

    I love the show Buffy! I am sure this CD is going to be great! I have the other two already and I am defiately planning on buying this one! ~BUFFY RULES!!!~

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy fans

    I just love Sarah Michelle Gellar so much. She makes a great Buffy. I wish they did not end the show. I love it sssssssoooooooooooo much.......

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A brilliant,long awaited album!

    Within seven wonderful seasons of Buffy the vampire slayer,there were many great songs that many a Buffy fan like me have waited for.And here is an album that includes many of them.Bring out more Buffy albums!Please!

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