: Scrubs

by: Various Artists, Shawn Mullins, Eels, Francis Dunnery, The Shins, Colin Hay, Guided By Voices, Nil Lara, John Cale, Jeremy Kay

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0720616235329
Format: Soundtrack
Item Dimensions: 4156020493
Label: Hollywood Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageGermanOriginal LanguageSpanishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Hollywood Records
MPN: AManPro-0019708
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: September 24, 2002
Publisher: Hollywood Records
Release Date: April 24, 2006
Studio: Hollywood Records

Disc 1:
  1. Superman - Lazlo Bane
  2. All In My Head - Shawn Mullins
  3. Fresh Feeling - Eels
  4. Good Time - Leroy
  5. Good Life - Francis Dunnery
  6. New Slang - The Shins
  7. Beautiful World - Colin Hay
  8. Hold On Hope - Guided By Voices
  9. Fighting For My Love - Nil Lara
  10. Dracula From Houston - Butthole Surfers
  11. Hooch - Everything
  12. Hallelujah - John Cale
  13. Have It All - Jeremy Kay
  14. End Credit Score - Jan Stevens
  15. Overkill - Colin Hay
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Editorial Review:
The medically minded Scrubs is an eccentric affair, populated by a zany cast of residents saving lives while learning life's little lessons in the process. Though lacking the show's oddball humor, its soundtrack is undeniably earnest, with a rich understanding of the pleasures and hardships faced by the hospital workers. The show's theme song, Lazlo Bane's quirky banjo twanger, sighs "I'm no Superman," as an uncharacteristically subdued Guided by Voices track cautions to "Hold on Hope." Ex-Men at Work frontman Colin Hay lends his sage advice with acoustic renditions of "Beautiful World" and the chestnut "Overkill," while Eels' "Fresh Feeling" begins with a tuning orchestra and turns into a tripping beatfest. The highlights, though, belong to Francis Dunnery, sounding uncannily like Peter Gabriel on the high-tea string elegance of "Good Life," and the Shins, with "New Slang," a humble campfire song. Puttering along pleasantly, Scrubs, while a little bland, is nevertheless a life-affirming collection that's as hopeful as the aspiring young doctors on the show. --Annie Zaleski

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