Part of the problem of putting so much music in a film is that the soundtrack ultimately suffers, since it can't contain every memorable song from the movie. That is the case with the Boogie Nights soundtrack (several important songs were later issued on a second volume), but what is here is pretty terrific. The music captures the feeling of ...
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Soundtrack · 1997 Preview Editors’ Notes Since the 1997 film Boogie Nights reflected on the porn industry of the late '70s and early '80s, the disco selections here are a bit sultrier than those by The Bee Gees on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.
All 66 songs from the Boogie Nights (1997) movie soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers.
The movie’s music gave us 37 songs, almost 30 of them hits of the time, nearly wall-to-wall music even in a film with a 2:35 run time. With a soundtrack like that, BOOGIE NIGHTS should have generated a gatefold double album like the AMERICAN GRAFFITI soundtrack back in 1973. Sadly, it did not.
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Boogie Nights full soundtrack By unterwasser. Nearly all of the songs featured in the classic Paul Thomas Anderson film 'Boogie Nights'. The Fleetwood Mac and Devo tracks appear in a deleted scene where Dirk crashes his car on the way to save Becky from her abusive husband.
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Find all 44 songs in Boogie Nights Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film.
About “Boogie Nights (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” This is the soundtrack album for Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 film set in the Los Angeles adult-film scene in the 1970s.
Two Boogie Nights soundtracks were released, the first at the time of the film's initial release and the second the following year. AllMusic rated the first soundtrack four and a half stars out of five and the second soundtrack four. Personnel. Paul Thomas Anderson – executive producer; Karyn Rachtman – executive producer, music supervisor