Following the nearly quadruple-platinum success of the two "Romeo & Juliet"

soundtrack albums that were co-produced by Baz Luhrmann, the film's

Australian director, Luhrmann will release a unique compilation of songs from

his various films. Something For Everybody (April 7) features Kym

Mazelle's disco anthem "Young Hearts Run Free," as well as a cover of the

Cardigans' radio hit "Lovefool" performed by Australian pop band

Snooper and a remix of the song "Everybody's Free" that features

excerpts of a phony dissertation speech that was disseminated on the Internet.

(The speech was erroneously credited to writer Kurt Vonnegut.) The

album also features revamped versions of music from Luhrmann's ballroom-

dancing flick, "Strictly Ballroom," and his 1990 adaptation of the Puccini opera,

"La Boheme."