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The soundtrack to the lunkheaded skater comedy Grind offers an equally dumb (but more enjoyable) array of skate and party-friendly metal, rock, and hip-hop, including P.O.D.'s "Boom," Sean Paul's ubiquitous "Get Busy (Clap Your Hands Now Remix)," Wayne Wonder's equally omnipresent "No Letting Go," and Unwritten Law's "Seein' Red." Much like the American Wedding soundtrack, Grind often plays like a collection of summer 2003's biggest hits, although older songs like Sublime's "Smoke Two Joints" make the album feel a little less like an excuse for shifting more units. All Too Much's "More Than a Friend," Shinedown's "Fly From the Inside," and Hot Action Cop's "Goin' Down on It" bring plenty of testosterone, but some of the soundtrack's best moments, such as the Donnas' "Too Bad About Your Girl," Lil' Kim's "The Jump Off (Remix)," and the Peak Show's "Stupid Little Fellow" are provided by its (admittedly few and far between) female contributors. Putting two ballads -- Trapt's "These Walls" and the Used's "Poetic Tragedy" -- drags down the album's momentum a bit, but for the most part Grind is an enjoyable ride if you don't think too hard about it.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/12/2003
Label: Atlantic
UPC: 0075678365522
catalogNumber: 83655
Rank: 112072

Album Credits

Technical Credits

Paul Davis   Composer
Wayne Wonder   Composer
Phalon Alexander   Composer
Bob Marlette   Composer
Tim Patterson   Composer
Gabriel L. Rowland   Composer
Paul Ryder   Composer
Shaun Ryder   Composer
Ralph Sall   Composer,Producer
Gary Whelan   Composer
Steven "Lenky" Marsden   Composer
Less Than Jake   Composer
Bez   Composer
Scott Russo   Composer
Simple Plan   Composer
Used   Composer
Simon Ormandy   Composer
Brent Smith   Composer
Kejuan Muchita   Composer
Brett Anderson   Composer
Torry Castellano   Composer
Maya Ford   Composer
Allison Robertson   Composer
Cisco Adler   Composer
Alex Painter   Composer
Rob Werthner   Composer
Mark Day   Composer
Terrance Kelly   Composer

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