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As befits one of the hippest movies of the summer, this is one of the coolest soundtracks heard all year. MYSTERY MEN follows the adventures of a motley crew of sorry-ass superheroes as they try to rescue square-jawed Captain Amazing from some disco-obsessed bad guys. A groove-happy parade of propulsive R&B-, hip-hop-, and tropicalia-inflected tunes includes the Dub Pistols' "Keep Keep Movin'," Freak Power's "No Way," and Michael Franti and Spearhead's "Sometimes." As leader of Kel & the M.A.F.T. Emcees, Kel Mitchell, who costars in the film as Invisible Kid, flexes his rapper's muscles in "Who Are Those Mystery Men?" The small contingent of alt-rockers does ...
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USA 1999 CD SS/SS Soundtrack includes Femmes` "NO MORE HEROES". Stickered: Featuring New Songs By SMASH MOUTH, JOHN OSZAJCA & CITIZEN KING. Drill hole through case (not ... booklet). SM. Read more Show Less

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Barnes & Noble - Moira McCormick
As befits one of the hippest movies of the summer, this is one of the coolest soundtracks heard all year. MYSTERY MEN follows the adventures of a motley crew of sorry-ass superheroes as they try to rescue square-jawed Captain Amazing from some disco-obsessed bad guys. A groove-happy parade of propulsive R&B-, hip-hop-, and tropicalia-inflected tunes includes the Dub Pistols' "Keep Keep Movin'," Freak Power's "No Way," and Michael Franti and Spearhead's "Sometimes." As leader of Kel & the M.A.F.T. Emcees, Kel Mitchell, who costars in the film as Invisible Kid, flexes his rapper's muscles in "Who Are Those Mystery Men?" The small contingent of alt-rockers does itself proud: Citizen King cover the Specials' eerie "Gangsters," Spy offers the trancey, atmospheric "Won't You Come Down," and Smash Mouth weighs in with its current smash, "All Star." Toss in tracks by staunch iconoclasts the Violent Femmes, Jill Sobule, Mark Mothersbaugh, and Moloko -- not to mention disco-era staples "Night Fever" and "Disco Inferno," thrown in at the end so you can skip over 'em if you want - and you have one unusually satisfying soundtrack.
All Music Guide - Heather Phares
The soundtrack to the misfit superhero action-comedy Mystery Men features an appropriately punchy soundtrack, which includes exclusive new songs from Chumbawamba and Smash Mouth, as well as cuts from TLC, Goodie Mob, and the Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/27/1999
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • UPC: 606949034528
  • Catalog Number: 90345

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Back in 1999 (3:45)
  2. 2 All Star (3:19)
  3. 3 Keep Keep Movin' (3:42)
  4. 4 The Mystery Men Mantra - Nancye Ferguson (4:11)
  5. 5 No Way (4:14)
  6. 6 Who Are Those Mystery Men - The M.A.F.T. Emcees (4:08)
  7. 7 Rainy Day Parade (3:05)
  8. 8 Sometimes (3:48)
  9. 9 Won't You Come Down (4:04)
  10. 10 Gangsters (2:43)
  11. 11 No More Heroes (2:54)
  12. 12 Indigo (3:34)
  13. 13 Disco Inferno - The Trammps (3:34)
  14. 14 Night Fever (3:30)
  15. 15 Mystery Men Oath - William H Macy (0:42)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bee Gees Track Performer
Mark Mothersbaugh Track Performer
The Trammps Track Performer
Violent Femmes Track Performer
Jill Sobule Track Performer
Spearhead Track Performer
Terry Bradford Track Performer
Michael Franti Track Performer
Wil Wheaton Track Performer
Freak Power Track Performer
Citizen King Track Performer
Smash Mouth Track Performer
Ben Stiller Track Performer
Dub Pistols Track Performer
Spy Track Performer
John Oszajca Track Performer
Nancye Ferguson Track Performer
Technical Credits
Bee Gees Producer
Mark Mothersbaugh Producer
Violent Femmes Producer
Jill Sobule Producer
J.J. Burnel Composer
Albhy Galuten Producer
Jet Black Composer
John Bradbury Composer
Warren A. Bruleigh Producer
Bob Casale Producer
Jerry Dammers Composer
Michael Franti Producer
Brian Gardner Mastering
Lynval Golding Composer
Dave Greenfield Composer
Terry Hall Composer
Brad Jones Producer
Horace Panter Composer
Karl Richardson Producer
Neville Staple Composer
Eric Valentine Producer
Hugh Cornwell Composer
Kenny Blank Producer
Karyn Rachtman Executive Producer
Moloko Producer
Dave Cooley Producer
Robin Eaton Producer
Terry Robertson Artwork
Roddy Byers Composer
Jacquire King Producer
Les Scurry Producer
Chris Johnson Producer
Matt Sims Producer
Wade Robson Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not Quite Complete

    The CD box says ''Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.'' The movie credits say the score is by Stephen Warbeck. The trouble is, there's nothing by Stephen Warbeck on the CD, a shame since his original music is great. A better title for this album might be ''A Sampler of Pop Tunes That Show Up Now and Then in the Movie.'' Even that's a little deceptive, since a song by Jill Sobule is included because about five seconds of it is used to introduce The Bowler (Janeane Garofalo.) Sometimes tracks were included with even less. I can't recall a single moment in the movie where anything rap-like is heard, unless it's at the very end of the closing credits. This just isn't a fair representation of the music in Mystery Men, serving the marketing campaigns of the groups represented better than it serves fans of the movie.

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