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|1.||The Last Note of Freedom - David Coverdale|
|2.||Deal for Life - John Waite|
|3.||Break Through the Barrier - Tina Turner|
|4.||Hearts in Trouble - Chicago|
|5.||Trail of Broken Hearts - Cher|
|6.||Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Guns N' Roses|
|7.||You Gotta Love Someone - Elton John|
|8.||Show Me Heaven - Maria McKee|
|9.||Thunderbox - Apollo Smile|
|10.||Long Live the Night - Joan Jett and the Blackhearts|
|11.||Gimme Some Lovin' - Terry Reid|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 1, 2005 at 17:29|
|Ahhh Days of Thunder, que gran pelicula, queee??? donde esta Kenny Loggins, Cheap Trick ??? el tema de Chicago es muy buena. but where is Kenny Loggins??? Cheap Trick???|
|From: vandervelde||Date: April 2, 2005 at 12:37|
|First 5 songs plus Maria Mckee hit are terrific and worth the price of disc. I rate Coverdale song here as his best of all, also Tina Turner is at she's best here. Waite as always brilliant, Chicago song although sounds like ripoff of Mr Mister song Broken wings is very good cut, Cher don't have a bad song in 80s. But the best music from this film is made by the always great Hans Zimmer. Two his cuts Victory Lane and Car Building are god made music.|
|From: HaremScarem||Date: February 9, 2006 at 9:44|
|El de David Coverdale y el de John Waite son dos temazos que merecen mucho la pena; el resto mediocre en general.|
|From: lalo r.o.c.k.||Date: February 23, 2010 at 22:46|
|For me this soundtrack has one of the best AOR songs of all time,the great John Waite with Deal For Life,What a song!,pure AOR,with perfect keys and amazing guitar from the six strings God Neal Schon,this song is a blast of melodies and feelings,other pearl is Last Note of Freedom amazing too.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: February 24, 2010 at 15:17|
|This has got to be the least sporty soundtrack for a race-car movie ever! If this disc were a race car, it would be one of the ones thar are five laps down, getting in everybody's way and bouncing off the wall until finally parking it for the day halfway through the race.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 11, 2012 at 13:39|
|The majority of this isn't exactly heart-pounding music for a movie about race cars. Back in '90, the two reasons to get this were of course, GnR's cover of "Knockin' On Heaven's Door," which they completely and totally made their own, burying the overrated dinosaur Bob Dylan. Of course, that became readily available on Use Your Illusion II, in just a slightly different form. So the real treat here is a great, fist-pumping anthem by Joan Jett. And I'm not even a huge fan of hers, but "Long Live The Night" is a badass song!|
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|From: Jez||Date: July 2, 2015 at 14:00|
|This is a great soundtrack and as mentioned, it's the first 5 tracks and the beautiful Mariah McKee track 'Show Me Heaven' that are the key tracks on here. The best of the lot is definitely John Waite' fantastic 'Deal For Life', which makes this a worthy purchase for that song alone...an absolutely perfect AOR track in all departments. Of the rest, Coverdale and Cher come off well, although the cracks in Coverdale's voice are beginning to appear. G'N R, Elton and Joan Jett are all ok tracks too, rounding off, for a soundtrack, a very enjoyable listen|
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