18 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
204 Ratings

204 Ratings

agirlcalledbob ,

Abed would be proud

It's unique. It's fun. It's Community.
Enough said.

Hmmsshsmadmasdmamd ,

Donde, está, la biblioteca.

Odd that Matt & Kim wasn't included on the album, but I'm not fretting since I have them already. The score for this show is fantastic; I hope individual songs from the score will be available in the future, rather than simply as a "medley." Still, this is a great album! I love Vaughn's songs, "If I Die Before You," of course the main title... heck, every song on this album is great, hilarious, or both. If you're a fan of the show, get the album. You won't be disappointed.
Incidentally, "Episode 119 Medley" is incorrectly named. It's actually from episode 123, "Modern Warfare." "Party Where Your Heart Is" is from the end of episode 122 ("The Art of Discourse") during the food fight. "If I Die Before You" is played at the Valentine's dance in episode 116 ("Communication Studies"). I can't recall "Some Worries" or "Nightcap" being featured on the show in Season 1, though I might have missed them. I hope that's helpful.

forever young at heart ,


I'm SO HAPPY! Though this album is LOOONNNGGGG overdue, I don't believe it meets my expectations. I've been waiting for the full length version of the theme song for a long time, and that's what you should buy if you don't want the whole album. It's filled with some great and fun songs, but I was hoping they'd put some of the good songs that they play in the background of the show, not the instrumental songs, but the good alternative songs they always have. Like Whistle For the Choir by the Fratellis that played at the end of the STD fair episode when Jeff puts Britta's real name into his phone. But I'm happy they made a soundtrack :)

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