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The Best Man (1999) Retail CD
Love, trust, and loyalty are themes shared by The Best Man's script and the soundtrack. Instead of a hodgepodge of inspirational songs, the album carries a story that parallels that of the film (all but two of the tracks appear in the movie). Near the beginning, Maxwell's sultry voice warns a lover to keep things truthful on "Let's Not Play the Game", arguably the disc's sexiest track. After the damage is done, Faith Evans aggressively justifies infidelity on the upbeat "Best Man". The mood-setting "Turn the Lights Down Low", a studio-engineered duet between Lauryn Hill and the late Bob Marleymore…, leans toward physical and emotional reconciliation. While the soundtrack may not be enough to comfort a groom whose best man has slept with his bride, The Best Man is full of heartfelt soul.
|1||What You Want - The Roots|
|2||Let's Not Play The Game - Maxwell|
|3||After All Is Said And Done - Beyonce/Marc Nelson|
|4||Poetry Girl - Eric Benet|
|5||Liar, Liar - LaTocha Scott|
|6||Best Man - Faith Evans|
|7||Beautiful Girl - Kenny Lattimore|
|8||Hit It Up - Sporty Thievz|
|9||Turn Your Lights Down Low - Lauryn Hill/Bob Marley|
|10||Untitled - Me'shell Ndegeocello|
|11||As My Girl - Maxwell|
|12||Wherever You Go - Sygnature|
|13||When The Shades Go Down - Allure|
|14||The Best Man I Can Be - Ginuwine/R.L./Tyrese/Case|
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