Left is the cover of the regular version of the soundtrack. Right is the special velvet case version. Both contain the same liner notes. Click on either for the larger versions.
- Beautiful Stranger - Madonna
- My Generation - The Who
- Draggin' the Line - R.E.M.
- American Woman - Lenny Kravitz
- Word Up - Melanie G (aka Scary Spice)
- Just the Two of Us - Dr. Evil
- Espionage - Green Day
- Time of the Season - Big Blue Missile (w Scott Weiland)
- Buggin' - The Flaming Lips
- Alright - The Lucy Nation
- I'll Never Fall In Love Again - Bacharach/Costello
- Soul Bossa Nova (Dim's Space-A-Nova) - Quincy Jones and His Orchestra
Eric's Pathetic Grammer-Poor Review:
Well, if you haven't picked up the soundtrack yet, I'd recommend it. Madonna's Beautiful Stranger is a great song that surely gets Austin's mojo working. Mike also gives a great performance as Austin in the video and Mini-Me makes a special cameo. Green Day's instrumental Espionage is terrific and Dr. Evil's parody of Will Smith's Just the Two of Us is very entertaining. Mike's wife, Robin Ruzan, actually wrote the lyrics for the song. Mr. Burt Bacharach makes another terrific appearance in both the movie and on the soundtrack, this time with Elvis Costello. Other then the above mentioned songs, the rest of the album is no better than average. Actually, the only track that isn't shagadelic is Melanie G's Word Up. It's bad. Really bad.
As for the special limited edition packaging, I wouldn't buy it unless you're a huge fan or have the 26 bucks to burn. Don't get me wrong, it's nice, but nice costs twice as much.