Cover image for Bend it like Beckham music from the motion picture.
Title:
Bend it like Beckham music from the motion picture.
Uniform Title:
Bend it like Beckham (Motion picture)
Publication Information:
Burbank, CA : Milan Entertainment : WEA, 2003.
Physical Description:
1 audio disc (57 min.) : digital, stereophonic ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Titles (Craig Pruess & Bally Sagoo, feat. Gunjan) -- Inner smile (Texas) -- Jind Mahi (Malkit Singh) -- Noorie (Bally Sagoo, feat. Gunjan) -- I wish (Victoria Beckham) -- Kinna Sohna (Gunjan) -- Tere Bin Nahin Lagda (Partners in Rhyme, feat. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan) -- Independence Day (Melanie C) -- Punjabiyan Di Shaan (Hans Raj Hans) -- Darshan (B21) -- Hot hot hot (Bina Mistry) -- Atomic (Blondie) -- Hai Raba! (Craig Pruess & Bally Sagoo, feat. Gunjan) -- Nessun Dorma (Tito Beltran).
UPC:
731383601026
Format :
Music CD

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Much like the soundtrack for The Guru, the music featured in Bend It Like Beckham features a mix of pop and Indian music. Unlike The Guru, however, this soundtrack is much more focused in both its scope and purpose: Bend It Like Beckham's director picked the music from her own personal music collection, focusing on artists of Indian descent like Gunjan and Bally Sagoo as well as strong, funky female artists including Blondie, Melanie C, and, appropriately enough, Victoria Beckham. The album moves smoothly from songs like Texas' "Inner Smile" to Malkit Singh's "Jind Mahl" and Sagoo and Gunjan's "Noorie," both of which feature enough Westernized pop touches to blend well but still have distinctively Indian singing, melodies, and instruments. Melanie C's "Independence Day," B21's "Darshan," Blondie's "Atomic," and Partners in Rhyme and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's "Tere Bin Nahin Lagda" are some of the other highlights from this diverse but surprisingly cohesive soundtrack. ~ Heather Phares