James Horner – Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
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Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas is the original motion picture soundtrack to the 2000 live action version of the classic Dr. Seuss story starring Jim Carey.
Style: Dialogue, Pop Rock, Pop Rap, Contemporary, Soundtrack, Score
Case / Liner: VG+ (case has normal scuffing.)
Label: Interscope Records – 0694907652
|1||Jim Carrey And Taylor Momsen||Kids Today||0:21|
|2||Busta Rhymes / Jim Carrey||Grinch 2000||3:35|
|3||Barenaked Ladies||Green Christmas||2:36|
|4||Little Isidore And The Inquisitors||Christmas Of Love||2:20|
|5||Ben Folds||Lonely Christmas Eve||3:20|
|6||Jim Carrey||Grinch Schedule||0:40|
|7||Smash Mouth||Better Do It Right||3:10|
|8||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||The Whoville Medley (Perfect Christmas Night / Grinch)||5:00|
|10||The Eels||Christmas Is Going To The Dogs||2:57|
|11||Jim Carrey||You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch||2:32|
|12||Jim Carrey And Anthony Hopkins||Christmas Means More||0:49|
|13||'N Sync||You Don't Have To Be Alone||4:33|
|14||Faith Hill||Where Are You Christmas?||4:07|
|Original Motion Picture Score By James Horner|
|15||James Horner||The Shape Of Things To Come (Includes "Happy Who-lidays")||6:32|
|16||James Horner||Memories Of A Green Childhood||3:28|
|17||James Horner||Christmas, Why Can't I Find You?||2:09|
|18||James Horner||Stealing Christmas||6:56|
|19||James Horner||The Big Heist||4:04|
|20||James Horner||Does Cindy Lou Really Ruin Christmas?||4:10|
|21||James Horner||A Change Of The Heart||3:43|
|22||James Horner||The Sleigh Of Presents||6:02|
|23||James Horner||He Carves The Roast Beast (Includes "Welcome Christmas")||3:12|
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