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ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Mission:Impossible OST (1996 UK 15-track CD album - a great soundtrack for the first in the film trilogy includes tracks from U2s Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton as well as from Bjork Skunk Anansie and legendary film composer Danny Elfman. Presented in a full colour picture sleeve MUMCD9603)

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STOP! This is NOT what you are looking for. 25 de junio de 2004
Por Gonzo - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This CD has a handful of the most horrid attrocities ever attemped to be called "music" that I have ever had the unfortunate priveledge of listening to. The first time I saw this movie, I was very young and enjoyed the soundtrack. I recieved the cd as a gift. THIS IS NOT THE MISSION IMPOSSIBLE SOUNDTRACK. It is Music from (COUGH like 3 songs COUGH) and music "inspired by" the film. Now incase you are wondering what kind of music this movie would be likely to "inspire" stop yourself right there and let me tell you the answer. GARBAGE. There is music on this cd that's so mind curdlingly horrid that it makes you want to take two pencils, stick them up your nose, and slam your head down on the desk.(!!!!) It's that bad. Get the REAL soundtrack. I hope you enjoyed my warning, now I have to pull these pencils out of my brain cavity.
10 de 13 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Just awful... 19 de marzo de 2002
Por Jacob King - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Mission: Impossible is a great crowd-pleasing movie, and the original musical score is an active ingredient in its success. The same memorable music, and maybe some tunes "inspired from the motion picture" is what I expected to hear upon purchase. Boy, was I WRONG.
We have two versions of the theme song included: the heavy metal adaptation played with the end credits, and a bizarre version entitled "Mission Accomplished," which is nowhere to be found in the movie. WHERE IS THE ORIGINAL VERSION?! The version played with the opening credits, the closest thing to the original theme, is not on this soundtrack. This is unacceptable.
A few of the other tracks are from the movie, but they are either boring ("Claire," "Impossible Mission"), or severely altered from how they appear in the movie ("Trouble.") I wish studios would start to recognize that people buying these soundtracks expect to hear what they heard in the movie minus the dialogue and sound effects, not some "re-mixed" version that lacks the same spirit.
And all of the other songs? The "inspired" tracks from other artists that make up the majority of this cd? They're all junk. Some people like to point out that "Dreams" by the Cranberries actually was in the movie. Even if you like this song, it is not worth the purchase of a whole CD. All of the other songs are bizarre, boring, slow-paced pieces, mostly by artists I have never heard of. How exactly did a thrilling movie like this "inspire" these lackadaisical songs? They're more depressing than anything else.
This CD is absolutely bogus. Avoid it at all costs.
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Where to find more music by the "No Government" singer 23 de septiembre de 2005
Por reader23 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
To the reviewer who said you'll look in vain for other music by her: not so (if you work at it). She did an album before this and (by 2005) two albums after. And appeared on other albums.

You can get the original, rawer, drum n' bass version of the song "No Government" from the ablum "Now is Early" and several compilations several places, but this album's version is the best one unless you like drum n' bass, and the vocal here is smoother and more "produced".

Lots of Nicolette's music other places has very nice vocals, but the jarring high and varying tempo music with complicated beats behind her voice are distracting unless you ike that sort of thing.

For people who like "No Government" and who don't like fast drum and bass beats with their smooth singing, you've pretty much limited to the songs she sang on Massive Attack's albums. Start with "Three" on the album "Protection".
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Good Elfman Tracks 27 de julio de 2005
Por Media Lover - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
I have to warn everbody, you would be much better off buying the original Elfman score, and not buying this version.

However, this CD is the one I got stuck with, and there are a few 5 star songs on the 3 star CD.

First of all, Main Theme, this is a great Techno/Remix version of the Mission Impossible Theme, definately a keeper.

Second, Impossible Mission, is a great, funky militaristic track. It features some cool synth, sweet percussion, and a very cool, atmospheric sounds.

Third, Claire. This is without a doubt one of the top five saddest most beautiful songs ever put on plastic. It rates as the best song on the album, an Elfman classic in the tradition of his Burton scores.

Fourth, Trouble, this is an awesome action song that reminds one of Men In Black. The strange whistling, percussion, brass, and trembling strings really pull you in to the action.

Fifth/Mission Accomplished, this is yet another main theme remix, very listenable, but not as good as the rest.

As for the rest of the album, don't even bother with it.
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Mission Accomplished! 1 de julio de 2004
Por Un cliente - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
I liked the movie and the Mission: Impossible theme song so much that when I found this recording in the library while ostensibly doing research for a project, I grabbed it right away and popped it into my CD player. Here is my song-by-song breakdown:
Mission: Impossible Theme: CLASSIC. WONDERFFUL. Just as good as (if not even better than) the beloved "James Bond Theme."
Spying Glass: A weird and wonderful song from Massive Attack. It's wonderful if you're just chilling out, especially after a long, hard day. (Unless you're one of those people who need to burn energy to blow off steam; it is kind of hard to dance to and completely out of place with sports.)
I Spy: This song and its theme of cold-blooded revenge sent shivers down my spine. I liked that. If you don't like your music unsettling, skip this track.
Impossible Mission: Score track. Good, but not a standout.
Headphones: I liked it, as it was soft, ethereal, and, well, I happen to like Bjork.
Weak: Alanis Morissette-style rocky relationship rock with decent vocals. (In case you hadn't noticed, unless she sings softly, Ms. Morissette sings like a dying cat. No offense to her fans, of course.)
On And On: I can't be a fair judge of this one. I can't sit through the uber-mellow intro and I hate having to fast forward.
Claire: A hauntingly pretty score piece.
Dreams: A very nice song if you have, unlike me, heard it less than fifty trillion times.
You, Me, and World War III: A very interesting song. I am not sure what it is about, but it fascinates me enough to listen to it again and again.
So: Maybe I'm a sap, but I like hearing about "some kind of tenderness in your laughter."
Trouble: Wonderfully dramatic score piece. Sort of a mash-up between ordinary spy music and Darth Vader's theme song.
No Government: A spacy, trancy song with tantalizing vocals and even more tantalizing ideals.
Alright: Pretty decent rock song, if awfully generic.
Mission Accomplished: Sort of like a really good remix of the original theme song.
Since there are so many different points of view around, I can't say "this CD is a gift from the heavens" or "this CD sucks like a vacuum cleaner" conclusively. All I will say is what I think: if the soundtrack was meant to be a good, solid collection of great songs, they accomplished their mission!

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