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Love Actually OST - Preview & sampler

Preview: Jack Foley

ISLAND Records Group officially released the soundtrack to the new Richard Curtis film, Love Actually, on November 17, 2003, to coincide with the release of the film on November 21.

The soundtrack features songs from some of the biggest names in pop, including Dido, Norah Jones, Texas, The Calling and Girls Aloud, with a clutch of classics from such luminaries as Otis Redding, Joni Mitchell and the Beach Boys.

The score is by award-winning composer Craig Armstrong also known for his work on Moulin Rouge and Romeo and Juliet.

In addition, it features the new Sugababes single, Too Lost In You, which is going to be released on December 15, and marks the second single to emerge from their acclaimed album, Three.

Love Actually is a new romantic comedy in the tradition of Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill and Bridget Jones's Diary.

Set in contemporary London in the run-up to Christmas, it tells one story which weaves together a spectacular number of love affairs - sometimes romantic, sometimes sad, sometimes stupid - all funny in their own way.

Track listing:
1/ Girls Aloud - Jump (For My Love)
2/ Sugababes - Too Lost In You
3/ Kelly Clarkson - The Trouble With Love Is
4/ Dido - Here With me
5/ Billy Mack* - Christmas Is All Around
6/ Norah Jones - Turn Me On
7/ Eva Cassidy - Songbird
8/ Maroon 5 - Sweetest Goodbye
9/ The Calling - Wherever You Will Go
10/ Texas - I'll See It Through
11/ Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now
12/ Otis Redding - White Christmas
13/ Wyclef Jean feat. Sharissa - Take Me As I Am
14/ Olivia Olson - All I Want For Christmas Is You
15/ Beach Boys - God Only Knows
16/ Lynden David Hall - All You Need Is Love
17/ Gabrielle - Sometimes
18/ Craig Armstrong - Glasgow Love Theme
19/ Craig Armstrong - PM's Love Theme
20/ Craig Armstrong - Portuguese Love Theme

* Billy Mack a.k.a Bill Nighy

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