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The Basketball Diaries Soundtrack

The Basketball Diaries (1995) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
Release date:04.04.1995
Bitrate:~320 kbps
Length: 54:53 (15 tracks)
Size:126.00 MB
Movie
Year:1995
Country:USA
Genre: drama crime sport
IMDB: 112461

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1.Catholic Boy
Jim Carroll with Pearl Jam
3:05

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3207.08
2.Devil's Toe
Graeme Revell with Jim Carroll
0:56

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3202.16
3.Down by the Water
Pj Harvey
3:11

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3207.30
4.What a Life
Rockers Hifi
4:02

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3209.23
5.I Am Alone
Graeme Revell with Jim Carroll
1:32

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3203.54
6.People Who Died
The Jim Carroll Band
5:00

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32011.45
7.Riders on the Storm
The Doors
6:57

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32015.92
8.Dizzy
Green Apple Quick Step
3:13

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3207.37
9.It's Been Hard
Graeme Revell with Jim Carroll
0:53

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3202.04
10.Coming Right Along
The Posies
6:19

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32014.48
11.Strawberry Wine
Massive Internal Complications
4:01

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3209.20
12.Star
The Cult
5:02

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32011.55
13.Dream Massacre
Graeme Revell
1:25

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3203.26
14.I've Been Down
Flea
4:37

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32010.58
15.Blind Dogs
Soundgarden
4:40

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32010.69
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Plot summary

Film adaptation of street tough Jim Carroll's epistle about his kaleidoscopic free fall into the harrowing world of drug addiction. As a member of a seemingly unbeatable high school basketball squad, Jim's life centers around the basketball court and the court becomes a metaphor for the world in his mind. A best friend who is dying of leukemia, a coach ("Swifty") who takes unacceptable liberties with the boys on his team, teenage sexual angst, and an unhealthy appetite for heroin -- all of these begin to encroach on young Jim's dream of becoming a basketball star. Soon, the dark streets of New York become a refuge from his mother's mounting concern for her son. He can't go home and his only escape from the reality of the streets is heroin for which he steals, robs and prostitutes himself. Only with the help of Reggie, an older neighborhood friend with whom Jim "picked up a game" now and then, is he able to begin the long journey back to sanity.

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