Releasing a second volume of music from a film as forgettable as Any Given Sunday might seem like a dubious notion, but it turns out not to be such a bad idea. Oliver Stone's peek into the world of pro football first spawned an obscenity-filled, mostly rap soundtrack, but this follow-up installment is much more diverse, beginning with two beautiful instrumentals from former Band member Robbie Robertson ("Amazing Grace" and "Out of the Blue"). Robertson's contribution continues with the mellow, bass-driven rocker "Carry Me" and an updated remix of his haunting 1994 tune "Ghost Dance." Also featured are Moby's exquisite techno-pop track "Graciosa" and Nina Simone's smooth-as-silk 1966 hit "Don't Explain," plus tracks from the legendary Smokey Robinson ("Cruisin'") and Ella Fitzgerald ("Cheek to Cheek"). The album's eclecticism doesn't stop there: The field is wide enough to include the upbeat Latin pop of Ozomatli ("Como Ves"), Roger's classic 1981 disco-funk tune "So Ruff, So Tuff," and film co-star Jamie Foxx's entertaining rap ("My Name Is Willie") and respectable stab at R&B ("Any Given Sunday Outro"). Plus, the album includes Al Pacino's "Inches" speech from the movie -- backed with music by Robertson and Paul Kelly -- to spice up this already flavorful album.