The real ”wonder” is that the Wonder Boys soundtrack doesn’t feature a single WB-friendly, brand-spankin’ new teen-pleasiing artist (or even anyone under 50). Instead, Boys offers somber classics from Tim Hardin, Leonard Cohen, and Van Morrison — plus the first original Dylan tune of the millennium (the eerie story-song ”Things Have Changed”). Proven songwriting talent taking priority over mass sales appeal? Wonderful, indeed. B
Wonder BoysThe real ''wonder'' is that the Wonder Boys soundtrack doesn't feature a single WB-friendly, brand-spankin' new teen-pleasiing artist (or...Wonder BoysSoundtracksThe real ''wonder'' is that the Wonder Boys soundtrack doesn't feature a single WB-friendly, brand-spankin' new teen-pleasiing artist (or...2000-03-03
Genre: Soundtracks; Lead Performer: Various Artists; Producer (group): Sony Music
Posted March 3 2000 — 12:00 AM EST
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