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Rocky 4 [Import]

Vince DiCola Audio CD
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1. Burning Heart - Survivor
2. Heart's On Fire - John Cafferty
3. Double Or Nothing - Kenny Loggins & Gladys Knight
4. Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor
5. Training Montage - Vince DiCola
6. War - Vince DiCola
7. Living In America - James Brown
8. No Easy Way Out - Robert Tepper
9. One Way Street - Go West
10. The Sweetest Victory - Touch
11. Training Montage - Vince DiCola

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Japanese only 2009 remastered paper sleeve pressing. Sony.

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By Tommy Sixx Morais TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
To most fans of the Rocky franchise, the music found in the first and second Rocky film are the best soundtracks out of the entire series. I can understand that because the first two soundtracks in the 1970's were so innocent, pure and have some great instrumentals as well. With the 1980's the series shifted in a different direction and so did the music in the films, Rocky III featured more popular music and 1990's Rocky V soundtrack had some rap in it. While the first Rocky is an undeniable cinematic masterpiece and remains the favorite Rocky film, Rocky IV had its own charm and was a great movie as well. The soundtrack is particularly memorable for the montages that were in the movie, it's also very good 1980s popular music in general and catchy songs as well.

One of the most famous soundtrack songs of all time has to be Survivor's 'Eye of TheTiger' which debuted on the Rocky III soundtrack and makes a second appearance here. 'Burning Heart' from Survivor was in Rocky IV, a good rock track, and on this edition of Rocky 4 'Man Against The World' has also been included. 'No Easy Way Out' is a good, catchy 80's song, I loved it in the movie it fit the scene it was in so well. Got to hand it to Vince Dicola (more famous for his work on the Transformers series in the 80's) his compositions for the soundtrack are nothing short of epic: 'War' and 'Training Montage' were terrific songs and highlights of not only the soundtrack but the movie as well. Some songs here are great for a workout as well, for instance 'Hearts on Fire' and 'Training Montage' are sure to get you fired up and sweating. I love the inclusion of James Brown here, 'Living In America' is a great song and it had a nice part in the movie in which Brown himself appeared and sang the song.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rocky IV hits the hardest July 17 2004
Format:Audio CD
Out of all the Rocky movies, the third sequel to the Oscar winning original movie Rocky (1976) has the best soundtrack. Rocky IV came out in 1985 in the midst of the 80's synch pop and hair bands. But there is little or no indication that Stallone or whoever put these songs together was highly appreciative of that dreadful music scene.
Survivor returns to the soundtrack of yet another Rocky sequel after their successful 1982 Rocky III theme song Eye Of The Tiger. This time they contribute Burning Heart, an even more ambitious and powerful song about the east and west clash (america and the soviet union). James Brown offers Living In America. John Cafferty's adrenaline fueled Hearts On Fire shows up twice in the movie and that only indicates that it's the highlight on the soundtrack. Kenny Loggins, the king of 80's soundtrack hits such as Footloose and Danger Zone, makes a modest appearance on Rocky IV with Gladys Knight on the bluesy Double Or Nothing. Go West's One Way Street is another bluesy pop song that fits the soundtrack quite well. Finally, there's the instrumental tracks: War and Training Montage that are memorable as the movie itself. Of course, I'm not forgetting Robert Tepper's No Easy Way Out which comes on in the most engaging scene in the movie, when Rocky is remembering his past, Apollo Creed, and the frightful face of Drago coming to end his life.
Rocky IV is one of the most bankable movies of the 80's. It also is one of the best soundtrack albums of that decade.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best 80's movie soundtrack. July 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
When I was a little kid in like second grade around 86-87, I heard this album (on cassette, of course) via my older cousin. I was addicted to it immediately, borrowed it and crudely made a copy of it (putting two tape-recorders next to each other and using the built in mic to pick up the sound). I later got a real copy of the cassette as a Christmas present. I've often forgot about it since then, but I've never been sick of it. I finally bought the CD version 2 years ago.
This soundtrack is the one I remember most from any movie from the 80's. The only let-downs are the out of place laid-back adult contemporary track (the robot plays it while bringing Paulie his ice cream and beer) and the crappy 80's pop song (the robot is also guilty of this one, plays it while Rocky is washing his car...someone needs to shoot that f'ing robot). By all means stay away from tracks 3 and 8, they'll make you feel embarassed to be listening, even if you're alone. Everything else here is memorable. The James Brown track is also a little out of place, but it's acceptable since it was so heavily featured in the movie. Plus while listening to it I live out my fantasies of Drago punching James Brown. Hard.
Vince DiCola replacing what was mostly a Bill Conti score for the previous movies (and making a big transition from mostly orchestra to mostly synth) sounds very "80's" during the two instrumentals, but it doesn't matter since they are so outstanding.
Two Survivor songs and a few other great tracks from groups/artists we'd never heard of then and haven't heard from since top off an outstanding movie soundtrack.
So jump into your Lamborghini after dark, throw this sucker in your CD player, and drive really fast around town while reliving moments from your past films. Then go beat the crap out of some commies! And impatiently wait for Rocky VI.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Need help! March 13 2004
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Format:Audio CD
Hi, I am trying to find out who is the LEAD SINGER in "THE SWEETEST VICTORY" of TOUCH. I can't find anything on the internet about it. I am searching for more song of this singer,
please help me. Thanx!
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I have been listening to Rocky IV for years. I have used it to motivate myself physically at the gym, especialyy Training Montage (great for doing abdominals crunches), The... Read more
Published on Aug. 8 2003 by missxplode
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Published on July 23 2003 by Daniel J. Hamlow
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Published on March 21 2003 by Alexander Scavello
4.0 out of 5 stars Great soundtrack, but....
The only problem I have with the CD is that they tampered with 3 of the main songs, the Training Montage, if you know from the movie, it changes in the begginning. Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Soundtrack Ever Made
The songs on this CD are awesome. I have at one time or another used every single one of them as a workout song. Read more
Published on Nov. 16 2002 by B. Bert
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I tend to listen to this CD when I feel down and need an injection of motivation for going on (not that I am suicidal or anything...). Read more
Published on Oct. 25 2002 by Sergej Goriatchev
3.0 out of 5 stars Makes ya' feel like a champ!!
From the arena-ready anthem rockers to the shockingly awesome instrumentals, this one's guaranteed to get your fists pumpin', your heart a movin', and your blood a flowin'! Read more
Published on Oct. 24 2002 by Da Peace Dogg
5.0 out of 5 stars GO ROKKO
The Rocky IV soundtrack is the most PUNGENTLY INFECTIVE MENTAL STIMULANT you can buy on the MUSIC MARKET. Read more
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