Soundtrack 90210

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Soundtrack 90210
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Soundtrack album 90210 by Various
Released October 13, 2009
Recorded Various dates
Genre Soundtrack
Language English
Label CBS Records
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Rock on Request (favorable)[2]

Soundtrack 90210 is the first soundtrack album from the television series 90210 since it relaunched in 2008. The album features 14 brand new tracks exclusive to the soundtrack including Adele and The Raconteurs, The All-American Rejects, N*E*R*D featuring Santigold, JET, Anberlin, Mutemath, Owl City, OK Go and Parachute, all set for placement in 90210 episodes during the 2009–2010 season.

Throughout 2009 and leading up to the fall season's premiere episode, executive producer Rebecca Sinclair and music supervisor Scott Vener listened to dozens of submitted tracks before choosing the ones best suited for upcoming storylines. Those resulting songs provided the repertoire for the album.

The track listing on the compact disc version of the album mislabeled "I Want You So Bad I Can't Breathe" by Ok Go as "I Want You So Bad" and also mislabeled "Understand" by Darrelle London as "Understood".

Track list[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Many Shades of Black"   Adele & The Raconteurs 4:28
2. "Soldier (feat. Santigold)"   N.E.R.D. 4:41
3. "One Hipster One Bullit"   Jet 2:11
4. "Valium"   Mutemath 4:22
5. "I Want You So Bad I Can't Breathe"   OK Go 3:21
6. "Sierra's Song"   The All-American Rejects 4:14
7. "A Perfect Tourniquet"   Anberlin 3:13
8. "Sunburn"   Owl City 3:48
9. "You're So Cold"   Will Dailey 3:04
10. "Love Seat"   The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus 3:05
11. "One Small Step"   Parachute 3:29
12. "Hearts Collide"   Sarah Solovay 3:05
13. "Understand"   Darrelle London 2:20
14. "City Girl"   Stars Crashing Cars 3:27
15. "90210 Main Title (2009 Remix)"   John E. Davis 0:23
Total length:
44:33

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Review: 90210". Allmusic. Retrieved 11 October 2009. 
  2. ^ Rock on Request review

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