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Belly Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 3 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000DLVD
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,920 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. No Way In, No Way Out - Lady
2. Devil's Pie - D'Angelo
3. Grand Finale - DMX, Method Man, Nas & Ja Rule
4. Never Dreamed You Leave In Summer - Jerome
5. What About - Sparkle
6. Two Sides - Hot Totti
7. Movin' Out - Mya
8. Top Shotter - DMX, Sean Paul & Mr. Vegas
9. Story To Tell - Ja Rule
10. Crew Love - Jay-Z
11. Sometimes - Noreaga
12. We All Can Get It On - Drag-On
13. Militia Remix - Gang Starr
14. Windpipe - Wu Tang Clan
15. Pre-Game - Sauce Money
16. Tommy's Theme - Made Men
17. Some Niggaz - Half-A-Mil
18. I Wanna Live - Braveheart

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Jam-packed with classy tracks and saddled with a minimum of filler, Belly is the best hip-hop soundtrack to come down the pike since Death Row's Gang Related. The prerequisite soundtrack ballads are quickly dispensed with by a couple of R. Kelly productions and a Stevie Wonder cover, thus leaving plenty of room for the more fierce musical attacks by the likes of the film's stars--DMX, Method Man, and Nas--as well as Jay-Z, Noreaga, and Sauce Money. The album takes on a progressively more harrowing feel as it moves along (aided by excerpts of dialogue from the film), culminating in an incredible Wu-Tang Clan track, "Windpipe," in which the manic spitting craziness of Wu-Tang at their best is paired up with an eerie, incongruous banjo loop. --Charley Gothic

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Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack from '98 should go in the hip hop hall of fame under hot albums with absolutely no filler, just bangin' joints and smooth grooves to bob your head to. How can you expect any less though from the album accompanying Hype William's debut film...Hype Williams who has directed some of the best music videos ever and who clearly has an ear for what is quality and what is not.
The amount of talent known or unknown on this disc is unsurpassable. The poignant and heartfelt R. Kelly-produced opener "No Way In, No Way Out" is incrdibly moving and serves almost as a precursor to the seediness and hellish path that follows in "Devil's Pie" from D-Angelo (who at the time had not been heard from for the past three years). Every subsequent tracks is equally good, with the film's stars like DMX, Nas, and Method Man putting the competition to shame on tracks like "Grand Finale" with the perfectly refurbished "Prelude" sample from NWA. Jerome does a beautiful Stevie Wonder cover with "Never Dreamed You'd Leave In the Summer" and Ja Rule's true skill finally saw the light with "Story to Tell" in a version different from the one whch appeared on his debut album the following year, this one without the piano interludes between each verse.
Most true hip hop headz probably picked up this album long ago, but if you haven't, cop it, you will not be disappointed.
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By Neilus on April 25 2000
Format: Audio CD
Well when I first heard that Hype Williams-one of the biggest hip-hop music directors in the world- was going to make a movies I knew the soundtrack was going to be awesome. However I didn't think it would be this good.
The reason I believe this album was so good was because Ja Rule, Mr. Vegas, Drag-On, Beanie Seagle, Memphis Bleek, and many other artist were all on this album before they blew up. Not to mention the other headbanger songs like "The Boom" f/ DMX, and Mr. Vegas.
I would love to individually name all the good songs on the album however that would be pointless, because I would just be listing all the tracks.
Again, one of the things that drew me to this album was the there were songs on there with Drag-on. This song has not even been released as a single yet. There are also good R&B songs and the Wu-Tang clan makes an apperance. This album is worth the money, and you should check it out.
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By A Customer on Feb. 27 1999
Format: Audio CD
All of the songs on here are pretty tight, I guess you can say something for everyone. But what makes this worth the money is "Crew Love" (threee of the very best MCs) "Pre-Game" (Just get Sauce's album in March '99, need I say more, the song says it all) "Some Niggas" Half-A-Mil is coming to rip. "Braveharts" Nature's verse is unbelievable (check his album in '99) "Windpipe" a definant Wu-banger with Ghost and RZA. Noreaga & Maze "Sometimes" a deep song, very tight. (Check for stuff on the Thugged Out Entertainment label. Also The L.O.X. rip another joint, their next album will definantly be tight, no flashy Puff style songs.
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Format: Audio CD
I just loved this movie when I seen it. I went right out and bought the soundtrack for it. However.....When I listened to it I realized that There were a lot of phat songs on the movie that wasn't on the soundtrack.
For example...when Method man goes to the stripclub their playing a three 6 Mafia song, or in the beginning the En Vogue song also they only have 1 jamician song when there were 3 or 4.None of them were on the soundtrack, and the titles weren't in the credits.
A lot of the songs that I bought the soundtrack for weren't even on it!!! ....
Other than that ALL the songs that ARE on the album are tight. Keep up the good work.
And I'm out!!!
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By A Customer on April 8 2000
Format: Audio CD
the sound track was good but i feel they left out the best.the opener to me was the best song from the film,soul 11 soul's,a capella version of back to life.iwas disappointed that it was not on the soundtrack.if anyone knows were i could download that track please write a message.you never know they might release a second soundtrack from the film,hopefully
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By A Customer on April 15 1999
Format: Audio CD
The album is mixed with hardcore rap artists (DMX, Jay-Z, Noreaga, Wu-tang clan members, and Nas)and R&B singers like Sparkle and Mya. The defeaning beats and lyrics will keep you listening. CREW LOVE and Tommy's Theme are my favorite, but Windpipes, Moving Out, and Sometimes are also addictive. BUY IT!
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Format: Audio CD
This CD has great music all-around. A nice mixture of hardcore and R&B. However, on commercials on the radio, the advertised the soundtrack of belly with one of DMX's best songs from his CD. I mainly bought the CD for that song...and it isn't on there. Oh, well, still a great album.
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By goldenmeansf on Feb. 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
i'm feelin almost all the tracks they played throughout the film more than the soundtrack that was released [i still like the album tho].anyone know who that artist is that sings on scene 18 in the film.anyone who knows please email me at scosasiness@aol.com. i'd really appreciate it.
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