Rocky IV Soundtrack - Various Reviews
Description:Genre: Soundtrack / Artist: Various / Audio CD released 1985-01-01 at Scotti Bros. / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Burning Heart - Survivor 2 Heart's on Fire - John Cafferty 3 Double or Nothing - Gladys Knight, Kenny Loggins 4 Eye of the Tiger - Survivor 5 ... more
Rocky IV Soundtrack - Various ... Survivor
5 War/Fanfare from Rocky [Instrumental] - Vince DiCola
6 Living in America - James Brown
7 No Easy Way Out - Robert Tepper
8 One Way Street - Go West
9 Sweetest Victory
10 Training Montage [Instrumental] - Vince DiCola
11 Man Against the World [*] - Survivo
Newest Review: ... of the film. It's a shame the song rather fizzles out towards the end, simply fading out rather than having a ... more
Customer Rocky IV Soundtrack - Various Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/08/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Rocky IV is one of my "guilty pleasure" films. I know it's rubbish Cold War propaganda, I just love it! The same is true of the soundtrack: it's 80s American Cheese, yet it also has some genuinely fantastic tunes. Like most movie soundtracks, Rocky IV is a compilation of songs from different groups and artists. Unlike many such albums, though, there is a coherent feel to the tracks selected. It doesn't just feel like 11 random songs stuck on a CD; it feels like they belong together. There's the odd weaker track but, as film soundtracks go, this is about as good as it gets. Burning Heart ------------------- The CD kicks off with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10, updated on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
The rocky Soundtrack is pretty much exactly like it says on the tin. All the tracks from the first to fourth movie. If you like the films and find that they gave you that well needed motivation to get up and go for a run or hit the punchbag then this album is for you. I always find that listening to music whilst you are running helps to keep you going and give you something else to think about apart from stopping for breath. I found this album did exactly that. If you have a small workout area at home and a CD player then go for this. Its fantastic to listen to whilst training. If you want it for other uses such as easy listening then I wouldn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
The Rocky IV Soundtrack is pretty much exactly what it says on the cover, the soundtrack of most of the music that appears in the Slyvester Stallone movie Rocky 4 that was released in 1985 to accompany the film. The album was remastered and rereleased in 2006. There are a few musical pieces that appear in the film that aren't on this album, most of those were composed by Vince DiCola. Its not often I actually get to look forward to the album I am reviewing but I loved this when it was released and bought it on cassette tape not long after so I could play it to death on my Sony Walkman & its provided many inspiring moments for running training sessions. ... Read the complete review
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