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Hardball

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10/8/2001

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Hardball. Let's face it. The movie is The Bad News Bears set in inner city Chicago, with a love story thrown in just for good measure. The soundtrack feels like it was made for Lil' Bow Wow, so its no surprise that the pint-sized rapper shows up on more than one track. The collection bounces back and forth from lighthearted hip-hop, like "Where's the Party At" and "Big Poppa," to heavier street songs like "Ghetto" and "You Can't Break Me." Much of the album is mediocre R&B and rap, but Mobb Depp's "Play," a soulful call to city youths, is a true gem. The songs are full of cute little baseball references and there's even an urbanized version of "Take Me out to the Ball Game." The soundtrack closes with a saccharine-sweet ballad from Xscape, just to let you know that this story has a happy ending. ~ Brad Kohlenstein
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Intro (Live the Life) Fundisha 0:21
  3. 2 Hardball 3:59
  4. 3 You Can't Break Me Big Tymers 4:35
  5. 4 Where the Party At [11-01-01 Dupri Remix] Jagged Edge 3:52
  6. 5 Insomnia Fundisha 4:11
  7. 6 Big Poppa The Notorious B.I.G. 4:11
  8. 7 Ghetto RL 4:18
  9. 8 The Storm Is Over Now R. Kelly 4:31
  10. 9 Ball Game Da Brat 4:39
  11. 10 Play Mobb Deep 3:50
  12. 11 Who Ya Love R.O.C. 4:6
  13. 12 Rest of My Life Xscape 4:14

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