Chick Flicks: The Sequel – Warner

Not a genre Uncut features heavily, but the previous volume was one of the biggest-selling soundtrack-related CDs of recent years. It's an excuse to bung together top hits from everything from Grease to Charlie's Angels, but the real reason it's here is because by a fluke it includes, among 40 tracks, a run of about 10 which would make my Desert Island Discs—or 31 Songs, as we're now calling the concept.

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Not a genre Uncut features heavily, but the previous volume was one of the biggest-selling soundtrack-related CDs of recent years. It’s an excuse to bung together top hits from everything from Grease to Charlie’s Angels, but the real reason it’s here is because by a fluke it includes, among 40 tracks, a run of about 10 which would make my Desert Island Discs?or 31 Songs, as we’re now calling the concept. Such as: Al Green’s “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart”, Solomon Burke’s “Cry To Me”, Costello’s version of “She”, and Marvin’s “Got To Give It Up”. Call me a big sissy girl: I don’t care, I’ve got God’s jukebox on my side.

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