Queer as Folk: The Third Season
Like the songs on its two predecessors, the tunes featured on Queer as Folk: The Third Season enhance the series' racy story lines, which revolve around the gay singles scene in Pittsburgh. Among the many cuts sure to transport listeners to the dance floor are Peter Rauhofer's mix of dance diva Kristine W. and/a>/i>/a>… See more details below
Like the songs on its two predecessors, the tunes featured on Queer as Folk: The Third Season enhance the series' racy story lines, which revolve around the gay singles scene in Pittsburgh. Among the many cuts sure to transport listeners to the dance floor are Peter Rauhofer's mix of dance diva Kristine W. and the Queer as Folk cast on the Hi-NRG "Some Lovin" and former Expose member Gioia making pulses race with Junior Vasquez's orgasmic-sounding mix of "From the Inside." The late drag queen/actress Divine checks in with the swooshing, Giorgio Moroderpaced "Native Love (Step by Step)," while Sneaker Pimps slow down the tempo with the more deliberate, trip-hop-flavored "Loretta Young Silks." Underworld follow suit with "Sola Sistem," awash in low-humming, ambient synths and Karl Hyde's disembodied singing. Although some unlikely artists, like Pete Townshend (whose "Rough Boys" appears for obvious reasons) and Swedish retro-rockers the Soundtrack of Our Lives (the chiming, psychedelic "Infra Riot"), are included on this two-CD set, there's more than enough club-thumping music here to fill your dance card.
- Release Date:
- Tommy Boy
- Some Lovin' - Kristine W.
- At the End - Lio
- Never (Past Tense)
- From the Inside - Gioia
- Walking on Thin Ice
- Native Love (Step by Step) - Divine
- Viva Colombia (Cha Cha) - NamTRAK
- The Sound of Violence - Cassius
Technical CreditsKevin Gaor Art Direction
Duncan Stanbury Mastering
Ron Cowen Liner Notes,Soundtrack Executive Producer
Sheila Hockin Soundtrack Executive Producer
Tony Jonas Soundtrack Executive Producer
Rosie Lopez Soundtrack Executive Producer
Daniel Lipman Liner Notes,Soundtrack Executive Producer
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You will love this CD. The first CD really gets you moving. Great dance music. If it wasn't for the second CD, which is sort of slow, I'd give it 5 stars
This is a good album, for people that like techno music (like all the other "QAF" soundtracks). However, this has a track on it by Yoko Ono, it is a great remix of her "Walking On Thin Ice" song, there was a remixed album that was released in 2003, it hit number one on the dance/club charts. If you can't find the "Walking On Thin Ice Remixes" than this is a good album to get, it only has one version of the song, but hey one is better than none, right? Other songs are good on here as well, but I will leave that for you to hear and find out which ones you like better.
This is the best one yet. As with the show... it keeps getting better!!!