Cover image for Queer as folk, the second season music from the Showtime original series.
Queer as folk, the second season music from the Showtime original series.
Cox, Deborah, 1974-
Publication Information:
New York : RCA, [2002]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc (58 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.
Hide u (John Creamer & Stephanie K. remix) / Kosheen -- Absolutely not (Chanel Club mix) / Deborah Cox -- Everyday (Hex Hector & Mac Quayle club mix) / Kim English -- Caught up (Guiido Osario vocal mix) / DJ Disciple feat. Mia Cox -- Rising / Elle Patrice -- Sneaky one / Satoshi Tomiie feat. Deanna -- Harder, better, faster, stronger (Pete Heller's stylus remix) / Daft Punk -- Star guitar (Pete Heller's expanded mix) / The Chemical Brothers -- Miss you (illicit remix edit) / Etta James -- Plenty / Etta James -- Plenty (fade remix) / Sarah McLachlan -- Underwater (Mauve's dark vocal mix) / Delerium feat. Rani -- Beautiful (Calderone after hour mix) / Mandalay.
Added Uniform Title:
Queer as folk (Television program : U.S.)
Format :
Music CD


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Home Location
Central Library SNDTRACK .Q3 QUE2 Compact Disc Central Library

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The second soundtrack installment to the critically successful television series Queer As Folk finds 12 infectious dance tracks and remixes perfect for the club scene. From the classy cool cut of Kosheen's " Hide U" to the Hi-NRG blasts of Deborah Cox's "Absolutely Not" and Kim English's "Everyday," this particular soundtrack picks things up where the first season left off. It's sexy and campy, a sultry electronic dance mix perfect for any fan of the show. Peter Heller's stylus remix of Daft Punk's "Harder, Better, Stronger, Stronger" makes for an enjoyably funky groove. Mandalay's trip-hop soundscape on "Beautiful" closes out the collection, making for a stylish and exciting collection of songs, matching the hype around the show as well. ~ MacKenzie Wilson

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