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Ride Soundtrack, Import

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  • Audio CD (Feb. 17 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Import
  • Label: Tommy Boy
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000HMD
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. The Weekend - Dave Hollister
2. The Worst - Wu-Tang & Onyx
3. Blood Money (Part 2) - Noreaga
4. Outta Sight - Rufus Blaq
5. Soldier Funk - Mia X
6. The Game - Mack 10, Big Mike & DJ U-Neek
7. The Symptoms - Black Caesar
8. Feels Good - Eastsiders
9. Mourn You Til I Join You - Naughty By Nature
10. Jam On It - Cardan
11. Higher - Sexions
12. Callin' - Amari
13. Why - Eric Benet & The Roots
14. No One - Somethin' For The People
15. Can't Get Enough - Raphael Saadiq
16. Never Say Goodbye - Adriana Evans

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Format: Audio CD
This CD is the best, as I said I hope another one comes out. This is a mixed up group of different tastes but one of the best yet. "Callin'" by AMARI completely described my relationship with my boyfriend. But I managed to break him of his player ways.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good party rap album Feb. 4 2009
By Djamel Arbouche - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is really a good album. I have never seen the movie which it is based upon. I found this by accident at the local library. I was stunned by the "Soldier's funk" by Mia X, which had hot beats and gritty sound. "The Game" is a rare track with many skilled rappers (EWF, Big Mike, Eastsidaz, etc), which you will find nowhere else. "All good" is an excellent blend of Rap and R'n'B to sit back and relax.
All in all, a very pleasant album, which skillfully mixes old school rap tracks with more modern, mainstream R&B. For all tastes!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is the best yet, hope another one comes out soon. July 9 1998
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This CD is the best, as I said I hope another one comes out. This is a mixed up group of different tastes but one of the best yet. "Callin'" by AMARI completely described my relationship with my boyfriend. But I managed to break him of his player ways.
So many good tracks Jan. 20 2012
By J. Rzeppa - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
There is so many awesome beats banged out here. Seriously, "The Worst" is already worth the whole CD. Plus itz a CD you just let run. Really great music here.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The worst soundtrack ever made! July 10 2007
By Nuisance - Published on
Format: Audio CD
And I actually tried to steal it! Its a good thing the department store I tried to take it from had hidden cameras to stop morons(like me)from taking things. To make the long story short, I did the right thing and brought the soundtrack from another store. When I finally heard it, I couldnt kick myself in the butt enough times. It sucks! The Good: on the rap side of things Onyx team up with Wutang on The Worst which was a dope collabo at the time. Noreaga, Nas and Nature team up on the dope Blood Money Part 2. Snoop Doggy Dogg and The Eastsiders drop a laid back joint on Feels So Good. Naughty By Nature's tribute to Tupac called Mourn You Till I Join You is the best rest in peace song to a rapper ever made and is the most underrated tribute joint of all time next to T.R.O.Y. On the R&B side of things, Eric Benet has the best R&B track on here called Why and David Holister's The Weekend featuring Redman and Erick Sermon is another notable cut. The Bad: Mia X's Soldier Funk which features Mac and Fiend is hot garbage and so is Rufus Blaq's Outta Sight. Cardan and Jermaine Dupri team up on the craptastic commercial joint Jam On It ruining any fond memories you might have had for the Newcleus classic where they took the sample from. The R&B track by Sexions(what a weak play on words) is doody and Amari's Callin is so weak you'll break your finger pressing the skip button. Dishonorable mentions: Something For The People featuring Trina and Tamara's No One(weak) and Raphael Saadiq featuring Willie Max's Cant Get Enough(I cant enough of pressing skip when I hear it)
The Ugly: R&B and Rap intermingle and have an ugly baby by the name of Never Say Goodbye by Adrianna Evans and Phife Dog. The Game which features Mack 10, Big Mike and EWF is the worst rap record on the soundtrack. Awful production and for a song with so many features on one track to suck like that is just shameful. Black Ceasar's The Symptoms takes the number two spot as the worst rap track on the soundtrack and I never heard a dude sound so corny and so gleeful about his corniness before. Bottom Line: This soundtrack is just as godawful as the stupid movie that birthed it. 6 good songs out of 16? That sucks! Dont be a nutball like me and try to steal it. Just pay it no mind like nobody paid this crappy movie no mind.

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