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Various artists - This is 40

Director Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up spin off features an eclectic mix of songs old (Paul McCartney’s quirky “Lunch Box/Odd Sox” and Yoko Ono’s whimsical “Yes, I’m Your Angel”) and new (Norah Jones’ “Always Judging” and Fiona Apple’s provocative “Dull Tool”). Also included is Paul Simon’s poignant “Rewrite,” the perfect ode to a midlife crisis.
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Various artists - Les Misèrables

The movie adaptation of the enduring musical is one of the holiday season’s most anticipated treats. Its soundtrack—due out Dec. 25—is the proverbial icing on the Christmas cake, with star Anne Hathaway delivering a stirring “I Dreamed a Dream” and Hugh Jackman tackling “Suddenly,” written especially for the film.
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Various artists - Best of Bond…James Bond

Nobody does Bond better than Shirley Bassey. This collection, celebrating 50 years of 007 movies, features Dame Shirley belting out three of the franchise’s favorite themes. Other highlights include Madonna’s pulsing “Die Another Day,” Paul McCartney & Wings’ soaring “Let and Let Die” and Tom Jones’ thunderous “Thunderball.”
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Various artists - Sparkle

When Whitney Houston passing away last February, the world mourned the loss of a gifted artist. Fortunately, she left a large body of work in music and film for which she’ll be remembered, including Sparkle, her remake of the 1976 movie about three singing sisters who form a Motown girl group. The film marks Houston’s fifth and final role, in which she plays the girls’ single mother, while the soundtrack includes two songs that were the legendary singer’s last recordings. The soundtrack includes performances by Carmen Ejojo, Tika Sumpter and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks as the sisters, including “Something He Can Feel,” a hit for Aretha Franklin. It also features Cee Lo Green on the ho...
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Various artists - Step Up Revolution

The dance movie franchise has served up plenty of club-worthy music. The latest installment, featuring flash mobs in Miami, is no exception. With thumping new songs from stars J.Lo, Fergie and Timbaland, cool remixes from M.I.A. and Diplo and a chilled-out, Coldplay-like offering from the Cinematic Orchestra, the soundtrack offers something for everyone.
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