Never Been Kissed

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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Michael Frey
The soundtrack to Never Been Kissed contains several songs that, like the movie, are pleasant but lacking in depth. From the sugary sweet pop of the Moffatts' "Until You Loved Me" and Swirl 360's "Candy in the Sun" to the middle-of-the-road alternative rock of Willis' "Standing By" and Kendall Payne's "Closer to Myself," these songs are catchy but ultimately forgettable. There's even an somewhat sappy, acoustic offering from former Teen Pop one-hit wonder Jeremy Jordan, fresh from a career makeover. Interspersed amid this disposable fare are some strong though previously released contributions from the likes of R.E.M., Semisonic, Jimmy Eat World, and Remy Zero. Also ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Michael Frey
The soundtrack to Never Been Kissed contains several songs that, like the movie, are pleasant but lacking in depth. From the sugary sweet pop of the Moffatts' "Until You Loved Me" and Swirl 360's "Candy in the Sun" to the middle-of-the-road alternative rock of Willis' "Standing By" and Kendall Payne's "Closer to Myself," these songs are catchy but ultimately forgettable. There's even an somewhat sappy, acoustic offering from former Teen Pop one-hit wonder Jeremy Jordan, fresh from a career makeover. Interspersed amid this disposable fare are some strong though previously released contributions from the likes of R.E.M., Semisonic, Jimmy Eat World, and Remy Zero. Also represented here are two of pop music's greatest songwriters, Brian Wilson and John Lennon, with the inclusion of the Beach Boys' classic "Don't Worry Baby" and Lennon's "Watching the Wheels." Overall, this is not a poor collection, but you may find yourself sifting through some filler to get to the good stuff.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/6/1999
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 724349850545
  • Catalog Number: 98505

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Beach Boys Track Performer
John Lennon Track Performer
The Smiths Track Performer
Yoko Ono Track Performer
Mark Hudson Vocals
Jeremy Jordan Track Performer
The Cardigans Track Performer
The Moffatts Track Performer
Remy Zero Track Performer
Semisonic Track Performer
Jimmy Eat World Track Performer
Block Track Performer
Willis Track Performer
Swirl 360 Track Performer
Sonichrome Track Performer
Martin's Dam Track Performer
Kendall Payne Track Performer
Technical Credits
John Lennon Producer
Yoko Ono Producer
Ron Aniello Arranger, Producer
Neal Avron Producer
Glen Ballard Producer
David Bottrill Producer
Peter Buck Composer
T Bone Burnett Composer
Jack Douglas Producer
Dennis Herring Producer
David Hidalgo Composer
Mark Hudson Arranger
Nick Launay Producer, Engineer
Mike Mangini Producer
Patrick McCarthy Producer
Ron McMaster Mastering
Mike Mills Composer
Rick Neigher Producer
John Porter Producer
R.E.M. Producer
Michael Stipe Composer
Liz Heller Producer
Chris Karn Producer
T-Ray Producer
Remy Zero Producer
Tommy Steele Art Direction
Mark Hutchins Producer, Engineer
Mark Trombino Producer, Engineer
Wendy Dougan Art Direction
Louie Pérez Composer
Tore Johansson Producer, Engineer
Ozomatli Producer
Asdrubal Sierra Composer
Raúl Pacheco Composer
Chali 2na Composer
Skoti-Alain Elliot Contributor
Drew Barrymore Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What about Died in Your Arms?

    Only song missing is (I Just) Died in Your Arms!!!!!!! That's Guy's song (I think). Foreigner is so understated! Oh, I have never been kissed either.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great

    Never been kissed is my favorite movie and the sound track is great but it is missing a great song from the part when Josie's friend told her Billy was asking her to the prom I cant remeber the name of it but it should be on this soundtrack

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    NEAT

    this was my first soundtrack. i enjoyed it as much as the movie. they have the perfect songs in here, easy to learn and comprehend. if you liked the movie, you'll love this.

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