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In the process, she learns how shallow her life has been.
Depending on how you look at it, the soundtrack to the body-switching, gender-bending comedy The Hot Chick is either admirably eclectic or suffering from a worse identity crisis than the movie's title character.
She's the hottest, most popular girl in high school, captain of the cheerleading squad and dating the dreamy quarterback.
But she gets a big dose of reality when--due to a spell--she wakes up in the body of a thirty-year-old man.
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Jessica Spencer, a somewhat mean-spirited teen, is convinced that she has the perfect life.
After putting a 33-7 beatdown on the Houston Texans, the L. Rams superstar running back dashed over to Nightingale Plaza in Hollywood to celebrate with a smokeshow date.
We're told the two got the VIP treatment on the way in -- and the way out.
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Worse, Whirlwind Heat's dorky cover of the White Stripes' "You're Pretty Good Looking" and Len's "Do Whatcha Wanna Do" -- which mixes ragga chanting and chirpy, childlike vocals into a cutesy nightmare -- are downright annoying and almost painful to hear.
That the soundtrack includes a few tracks that are actually good just makes it more frustrating and confusing: Fu Manchu's "Mongoose" is a prime example of their driving stoner rock, Fatboy Slim's remix of Groove Armada and Gram'ma Funk's "I See You Baby" is a pretty fresh and original piece of big beat production, and Jene's "Get Into Something," a catchy, sophisticated party jam, feels totally out of place on this album.