Several years ago, in the summer of 2010 I believe it was, I listened to the soundtrack to P&P95 for the first time. I was borrowing the CD from a friend, and took it with me on a trip, using a handheld CD player thing to listen to it over and over and over and over. I'd brought a few other CDs (this was before the days of my MP3 player--I/my family tend to get new stuff about 5-10 years later than when "everybody" seems to have them, BTW, and then it is not the cool kind--and you know what? I like it that way) but I was strangely addicted to that one. And then of course it was fun to see the movie all over again with the songs I knew so well by then.
Anyways. I'd actually play a game with myself, where I'd put it on shuffle and then not look and try to guess which track number and song title it was. (Since I was looking at the CD cover a great deal, I started knowing those things by heart.) I never found anybody else who wanted to do that with me, though, so today I am appealing to all you P&P95 fans to do it. ;) Well, a similar thing anyways.
The 4-minute video below contains clips (about 20-30 seconds each) of ten different songs from the soundtrack. It is your job to identify these. There are three different things to guess--the title of the song, a brief description of what's going on in the movie when the song (or that particular part of the song) is playing, and the track number.
As for points, if you get all three categories for a song, that's 5 points. (The total, then, is 50 points, but since it's even like that it can also be a high score of 100%, and I may choose to work with percentages. I feel so teacherly that way, and teacherly is fun.) The title and description are worth 2 points each, and the track number is worth 1. (Just because I think that's the hardest, and I'm making it worth less so that your score can be higher even if you don't have those down. Not all of you probably sat there looking at the track number & CD booklet like I did... and even that was over two years ago. Here's a hint, in case you want to try random guessing: there is a total of 24 tracks on the soundtrack.)
Everything clear? As mud? Well, try your best. ;) Guesses will be accepted through Friday, with answers and results posted on Saturday, as always. (That's the 23rd, in case you really wanted to know.)
Oh, and in the video I'm using Roman Numerals so that the song number in the video won't get confused with your track number guesses. (Come to think of it, I'm not exactly sure why I didn't just spell them out. DUH. Well it's done now... you may do that in your answers if you choose.)
If you're coming back to guess again, this list of when the songs start may assist you:
Thanks for playing!!