By Scott Schinder
July 27, 1998 at 04:00 AM EDT

This soundtrack to the Farrelly brothers’ new romantic comedy showcases mostly sensitive but indistinctive modern-rock jangle from Ben Lee, Lemonheads, and Ivy. Of Jonathan Richman’s three heartbreak tracks, his bleak ”Let Her Go Into Darkness” alone conveys that love really hurts. And the Dandy Warhols are the only ’90s guys here who manage half the energy of timeless classics by the Foundations (”Build Me Up Buttercup”) and Joe Jackson (”Is She Really Going Out With Him”).

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