"The Greatest Moments Of The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Now With An Unforgettable Soundtrack.
There's nothing like watching the highlights of the day during the Olympic Games. The emotions, the victories, the defeats, the celebrations-all the incredible moments of the greatest event on earth captured and replayed in a powerful visual montage.
With CTV's broadcast of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, that experience is now even better. Each day, a highlight reel is produced showcasing the most memorable moments from the past 24 hours of the Olympic Games. What makes our highlight reels uniquely special is that the highlight clips will be set to the music of great Canadian artists!
Even better, you're able to watch all the highlight clips again at CTVOlympics.ca and RDSolympiques.ca and download the music from the featured artist of each highlight reel."
The soundtrack is available on iTunes. It features Theory Of A Deadman, Simple Plan, Faber Drive, Nickelback, Bryan Adams, Billy Talent and many more great Canadian acts.
Anyone who knows me knows that I make themed CDs for everything. Parties, vacations, years, birthdays, colours, numbers -- seriously everything. So I wasn't going to let the Olympics go by without making a CD to commemorate it. Here it is -- you can buy most of the songs via iTunes (see link at the bottom) but it's missing a few. Who knew that Billy Idol's "White Wedding" was unavailable on iTunes?!
Believe (Red + White) = Gold
1. Believe - The Bravery
2. 99 Red Balloons - Nena
3. White Knuckles - OK Go
4. Goldeneye - Tina Turner
5. Believe - Suzie McNeil
6. Little Bit Of Red - Serena Ryder
7. White Flag - David Usher
8. Gold Lion - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
9. Believe - Cher
10. Thin Red Line - Glass Tiger
11. Where The White Boys Dance - The Killers
12. The Man With The Golden Gun - Lulu
13. Believe - The All American Rejects
14. Little Red Corvette - Prince
15. White Wedding - Billy Idol
16. Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey
17. Vancouver City - Innerlife Project ft Linda Ganzini
Buy the songs from my Olympic iMix here.