Even though i bought the album in 1989 I'm sure I never fully listened to the non-Madonna songs. Lately I did, and beside rediscovering the fabuluos Madonna songs I listened to the other tracks and they're not bad at all. If you love the movie you will sure like the soundtrack. 'Who's That Girl' is one of the most famous Madonnas, "Causing a Commotion" is really non-stop dance and it's great. What about the ballad "The Look of Love"?. Despite being released like a regular single in Europe (7", 12", Picture Disc), it's indeed a great great song (sends chills all over my body). It's a shame it wasn't included in "Something to Remember" or made popular, but I'm more happy like this, so it will be more personal to me. Virtually unknown to non-owner of this album is the fourth track, as it was never released as a single or a B-Side, but it's not bad. Personally I absulutely adore Michael Davidson's 'Turn It Up', and anyone who loves 80s plastic pop in the style of the PWL Label (like Kylie Minogue)will too. The rest are nice album fillers if you give them a chance. In my opinion, unknown songs tend to be binned because they don't live up to the expectations, and since you have no idea of what you're gonna get, it's even harder. But if you listen to them a couple of times you won't be annoied by them.