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Kerrang! The Album (1994) [Compilation] Features AIC's "Down in a Hole." Features AIC's "Down in a Hole." 44: 44. Lassie (1994) "Man In the Box" was featured in the movie promo, though it was not on the actual soundtrack. "Man In the Box" was featured in the movie promo, though it was not on the actual soundtrack. 45: 45. Various Artists Clerks (1994) [Compilation]
Highlights are "When You're Loved", sung by Debby Boone, which should have been a hit, "That Hometown Feeling" sung by Stewart (quite well for a non-singer), "Travelin' Music" sung by Rooney, and "Banjo Song" by the Mike Curb Congregation in one of their last recorded appearances. 4 out of 5 found this helpful.
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The most famous dog in movie history makes her return to the screen, as Lassie befriends a big city family adjusting to life on a Virginia farm. The clever collie helps a young boy cope with his mother's death and father's remarriage, while saving the family's sheep ranching business from a nefarious neighbor.
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This soundtrack fits the actual movie extremely well. Some of my favorites are "Eyes of a Stranger", "The Fanatic", and "Johnny, Are You Queer?". There are a couple of more known songs such as the Psychedelic Furs "Love My Way" and Modern Enlglish' "I'll Melt With You".
Who's That Girl: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the first soundtrack album by American singer and songwriter Madonna. It was released on July 21, 1987, by Sire Records to promote the film of the same name. It also contains songs by her label mates Scritti Politti, Duncan Faure, Club Nouveau, Coati Mundi and Michael Davidson.
from "The Girl With The Sun In Her Hair" by John Barry and Don Black: 7. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (02:41) from "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" by John Barry: 8. Vendetta Theme (02:01) from "Vendetta" by John Barry: 9. Thunderball Theme (03:14) from "Thunderball" by John Barry and Don Black: 10. The Chase Theme (03:15) from "The Chase" by John barry: 11.
The album does close with an uncharacteristic song called “Eaten by the Monster of Love” that also appeared on the Valley Girl soundtrack, and apparently that is therefore the one Sparks song a lot of people know. And we’re not even close to the end of the list of “the one Sparks song a lot of people know”! Album score: 13
Sisters With Voices, consisting of Coko, Taj and Lelee, reigned as one of the most prominent and influential girl groups of the 1990s thanks to hits like “Anything” and “I’m So Into You.”