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The RUSHMORE soundtrack is a rarity, an album that both perfectly complements the movie and is strong enough musically to stand on its own. Writer/director Wes Anderson and music supervisor Randall Poster have musically conveyed the film's feelings of teenage angst with a remarkable fluidity that makes the soundtrack an enjoyable listen

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4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Summery... intelligent... hilarious movie... makes you want to taking fenceing lessons. Other than that it has a nice combonation of Cat Stevens, Mark Mothersbaugh and "Oh Yoko" by John Lennon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like soundtracks that weave in the scoring as well as the soundtrack numbers. Unsurprisingly The Royal Tenenbaums soundtrack has the same balance. I wonder if Wes Anderson prefers this as well. There are some great classics that are gathered together on this album, to name a few: Here Comes My Baby (Cat Stevens), Oh Yoko (John Lennon), Ooh La La (The Faces), and the lovely beat of Concrete & Clay (Unit 4 + 2). I think this soundtrack really shows how picking the right support songs can really make a film work.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD not only makes you get flashes from the movie but carried you away to the dream world of Max Fisher. Its music works as a stand alone but when combined with the movie it makes a smile creap across a serious face. Enjoy it everywhere you go and know that you have spend money wisely on a CD that will not collect dust on your shelf.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great CD. Usually soundtrack aren't that good but these people have great taste in music. I suggest getting the movie, also "The Royal Tennenbaums" soundtrack and movie if you like Rushmore.