The new film CBGB, about the legendary home of punk in NYC is getting pummeled by critics and fans, mostly for its dull presentation of such fabulous subject matter. Apparently the music scenes especially are lifeless, and the musicians, including The Ramones, Blondie, Patti Smith, etc., mere caricatures. Well, too bad. But there's this nifty soundtrack.Some thought has gone into it, and instead of just making it a best-of CBGB's music, the collection includes music by the groups of the 60's and 70's that paved the way to punk, spiritual forefathers such as MC5, The Velvet Underground and The Stooges. And The Count Five's 1965 garage classic Psychotic Reaction? Turns out it was on the actual jukebox at the club, and shows up in the background in one scene in the movie. Points for both historical accuracy, and a cool tune.