Music from Welcome To Sarajevo - Various Artists (Matador/Capitol/Miramax) Michael Winterbottom's latest opus - released in Britain last year but seeing no light for screening here - was the tale of a British correspondent in the Bosnian capital, trying to spirit a flock of orphans away from the genocide in the country. A dissection of the Bosnian conflict this seemed to be, but strangely enough, the soundtrack of the movie comprised a mixture of indie-rock and soul fodder spanning the past decade and beyond. This pinpointed the problem of the album - being a jumble of fashionable tunes coming from nowhere. There was Van Morrison's The Way Young Lovers Do from the 1960s; Bobby McFerrin's Don't Worry be Happy from 1988; Stone Roses and House of Love from the beginning of this decade; and last year's MOR by Blur and Teenage Fanclub's It's a Bad World. And as if to add more confusion, the modern pop anthems intertwine with classical soundtrack pieces by Adrian Johnston, which reflected the bleak mood of the bloodspilling. Massive Attack's contribution also gave off the vile feeling of war, which if allowed in more doses instead of the rock-pop pap, would make the point in allowing one to acknowledge the movie's grim mood.