The Road Mix: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Vol. 3
 : The Road Mix: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Vol. 3

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by: One Tree Hill Soundtrack

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0093624998532
Item Dimensions: 5105601842
Label: Maverick
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Maverick
MPN: 093624998532
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Maverick
Release Date: April 03, 2007
Studio: Maverick

Disc 1:
  1. Don't Wait - Dashboard Confessional
  2. Stay Away - The Honorary Title
  3. Naive - Kooks
  4. The Funeral - Band Of Horses
  5. Heartbeats - Jose Gonzalez
  6. You'll Ask For Me - Tyler Hilton
  7. I Gotcha - Lupe Fiasco
  8. Good Vibrations - Gym Class Heroes
  9. Lay Me Down - The Wreckers
  10. Soon Enough - The Constantines
  11. He Lays In The Reins - Calexico
  12. Tell Me What It Takes - Lucero
  13. Just Be Simple - Songs:Ohia
  14. World Spins Madly On - The Weepies
  15. Non-Believer - La Rocca
  16. Chloe Dancer/Crown Of Thorns - Mother Love Bone
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
For the first time in television history, a mixtape heard in an episode will become a soundtrack album. Containing hits from artists such as Lupe Fiasco, Dashboard Confessional and The Wreckers, The Road Trip is another innovative musical breakthrough for a series that continues to be an indie showcase.
Key to the success of this prime-time teen soap opera has been a mix of contemporary rock and pop that musically embroiders the show's increasingly complex mix of hope, fear, and youthful angst with often melodramatic flair. This third volume of songs from the successful series continues in that tradition while, as the title suggests, exploring a little wider artistic range. "Don't Wait" by Dashboard Confessional and the Honorary Title's "Stay Away" immediately anchor the set with a familiar tone of urgency, while star Tyler Hilton offers up another expected sensitive acoustic ballad in "You'll Ask for Me." But elsewhere, the collection admirably pushes the envelope via such tasty, eclectic morsels as the infectious pop of the Kooks' "Naïve," Gym Class Heroes turning "Good Vibrations" into a stripped-down shuffle, and the effusive hip-hop-pop of Lupe Fiasco's "I Gotcha." But it's still a collection centered largely on the contemplative, indie spirit embodied by the Wreckers' gorgeous "Lay Me Down," Lucero's emotive dirge "Tell Me What It Takes," and the Constantines' similarly focused "Soon Enough." --Jerry McCulley

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