The Full Monty CD RCA, Victor/BMG, 6890412 Jewel Case 13 Track 1997
Critically, commercially and artistically, director Peter Cattaneo's clever meditation on the male ego, disguised as a risqué strip-club comedy, was one of 1997's most gratifying films. With a soundtrack of mid-1970s to more recent vintage pop (including Hot Chocolate's "You Sexy Thing", Tom Jones's bawdy take on Randy Newman's "You Can Leave Your Hat On", Wilson Pickett's raucous "Land of 1,000 Dances", Irene Cara's "Flashdance--What a Feeling") and scoring by Art of Noise alum Anne Dudley, The Full Monty holds its own as a thematic album. And yes, the album also includes a version of David Rose's classic "The Stripper". --Jerry McCulley
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