In any case, this score release is filled with little bits and pieces that do not amount to all that much. Figure that the score is 38-minutes long and features 35 cues. Can you honestly say that is enough time for anything to develop? I mean the only album that comes close to length and content that actually did something in that brief frame I can think of is D.R.I.'s Dealing With It, which featured 27 songs in about 38 minutes.
There is nothing inherently wrong with the music on the disk. It is played well and benefits from slick production. The problem is that I just cannot get into it. The majority of the "cues" (not sure they are long enough to count!) fall under the typical for the genre. You get a blend of the serious romantic type cuts alongside the jokey, comedic cues. These two styles dominate the scant run time and cover the basics.
On the other side of the coin, there are a few cues that I like but are just too short to develop into much of anything. These intermittent moments of interest include: "Get the Stain Out," "Jello Twins," "Duck Cacciatore," "Thank Your P***y For Me," "Black Dress," "Frowny McFlaccid," and "Cat Escapes."
Bottomline. There really is nothing terribly special here. It is competently written and does its job in the movie, but it is not something I believe I will find myself coming back to all that often.