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Bulletproof Monk soundtrack

Bulletproof Monk (2003)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 78016337542
Label: Lakeshore Records
Label number: 33754
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: April 8th, 2003
Original score by Eric Serra
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Kung [2:27]
2. End of Destiny [1:05]
3. Temple of Sublime Truth [1:12]
4. The Power of the Scroll [0:53]
5. Enjoy Your Vacation [1:25]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Diamonds and Guns - Transplants (found on the CD "Transplants")
Tall Cans In The Air - Transplants (remix) 
The Way You Dream - Michael Stipe / Asha Bhosle (found on the CD "1 Giant Leap")

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What is the name of the song at the begining of the film when Sean William Scott is in the underground? It's an upbeat song recently releases when the film came out and it's not on the soundtrack. (from sims in uk)
A: "Diamonds and Guns" by the Transplants? It was in a Neutrogena commercial a couple years back. (thanks to Anthony, N. Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: There is a song by Indian vocalists at the very end of this movie. It does NOT appear on the soundtrack. Have any idea of the name of the song and who performs it? (from David Lash in Louisville KY USA)
A: The song is called "The Way You Dream" and can be found on the 1 Giant Leap album. It is performed by Michael Stipe & Asha Bhosle. (thanks to mrtpe, UKadd more info
A: Asha Bhosle sings this beautiful stranza from Chapter 2 from the Bhagavadgeeta (thanks to pandurang, Newburgh,NYadd more info

Q: What is the name of the song playing during the fight between Karr and Mr. Funktastic? (from Nick in South Carolina)
A: TRANSPLANTS "Tall Cans In The Air" (remix) (thanks to Alex, Moscow, Russian Federationadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when Sean William Scott is in the underground?
...from Milkybar in Dubai (answer Milkybar's question)

Q: The version of "Tall Cans In The Air" by the Transplants (the song played when Kar is fighting Mr Funktastic) is different to the one on the Transplants album, and is not on the soundtrack CD. What version is in the movie and where can you get it? (from Adeptus in Australia)
A: The one in the movie is the remix. (thanks to yes, 12345add more info

Q: In the last scene, what song is playing and who does it? (from Dragonfly in PA)
A: The poem/shloka in the last scene is part of a song called "The Way You Dream" and can be found on "1 Giant Leap" album. The last verse is originally from Bhagvad Gita: "paritranaya sadhunam vinasaya ca duskrtam dharma samsthapanarthaya sambhavami yuge yuge" (thanks to Ne0, India/USAadd more info

Q: What is the name of the song playing in the cab when the Indian cab driver asks Kar and the monk if they like the music playing? The cabbie says it is the "boom diggitie." Love that music! (from Steve aka Figgy in california)
A: The song is called "Ranjhax" by The X-crew from the CD called X-crew 2 Steps Ahead. (thanks to weirdmusicguy, warren MI add more info
A: The right answer if you search the rap hip hop remix indian taxi song... it's Jay-z's "Indian Night Rider" (thanks to matball, quebec n-d-madd more info

Q: What song is playing in the flashback sequence towards the end of the film? The one that is played when Jade reveals she caught the bullet? If it helps, the song sounds Asian, though I'm not sure which language... (from nb in Minnesota)
A: The Way you Dream (One Giant Leap) with Michael Stipe (thanks to hb, mumbaiadd more info

Q: What is the name/title of the music in the Bulletproof Monk trailer?
...from curiousity in mauritius (answer curiousity's question)

Q: What is the song from the scene with the taxi driver asking the two boys if they liked the song? (from Mamamia in Bayern M√ľnchen)
A: This song by X crew and song name is "Ranjha X." And album name is X-crew 2 Steps Ahead. Sung by Balbir Bittu. (thanks to jimmie malhi, Indiaadd more info

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