16 Nov 2008, 23:20 by aulismediaIf you've seen the film, there's probably no need to say that the soundtrack is maybe the funniest part in this Mike Myers' first post-Austin (fairly humorous) comedy, even though even it barely breaks my limits of "must listen to" level (for instance, I don't think any Bollywood movie will ever make it).Continue reading the entire review: Mike Myers — The Love Guru OST
16 Feb 2006, 22:01 by ChiminoNew tracks running the dancehalls in Jamaica and around the world, such as "No STD", "Social Commentary" and "More Punanny" from artist Dr. Evil are actually performed under the alias of hot bashment reggae duo Leftside & Esco (Leftside is the one holding microphone as Evil), known for their current smash hit "Belly Nuh Bang (Tuck In Yu Belly)" among others.
The Dr. Evil alias is of course a homage to the villian played by Mike Myers in the "Austin Powers" films.
Anyone else feel the dancehall version of Dr. Evil sounds alot like Kool Keith?
1 Feb 2006, 21:56 by wrkiThe first CD I played in my room was a bunch of artists redoing Burt Bacharach tunes. Elvis Costello, Chrissie Hynde, The Barenaked Ladies, Mike Myers, and Wynona are among those featured.
There's something to be said for the mellow sounds of a 70s songwriter and crooner.
That was how I baptized the new room on California Street.
As soon as I figure out the web connection, I can listen to my library of CDs as I unearth myself from all the boxes!