Several weeks ago, I went to see the movie "In Good Company." It's a great little flick, wonderful story, good acting, an overall feel-good movie. It was very similar to last year's "Garden State," which I loved as well (more so than "In Good Company"). These movies have a lot more in common than just the type of story they convey, their soundtracks are littered with many new and great artists – like The Shins, Iron & Wine, and even an old favorite Nick Drake. I recommend that anyone who is a fan of music to go and at least check these out on iTunes: Garden State Soundtrack | In Good Company Soundtrack
When I went to check out the soundtrack for "In Good Company," I was extremely confused. No songs from Rogue Wave appeared on the song list... which I find odd since there were two Rogue Wave songs in the movie – I'm very positive about this. I know a lot of times production companies get permission to use a song in a movie, but not list it on the soundtrack. In my opinion, that sucks for those who buy the soundtrack, because Rogue Wave is one of my favorite bands right now.
I can't find any information about this oddity when I Googled it, so I figured I'd write about it here. Maybe we'll hear something from more people.
+ original post date: February 1, 2005 01:39 PM
+ categories: Music