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|2.||Sister Christian/Just Like Paradise/Nothin' But a Good Time|
|3.||Juke Box Hero/I Love Rock 'N' Roll|
|4.||Hit Me With Your Best Shot|
|5.||Waiting for a Girl Like You|
|6.||More Than Words/Heaven|
|7.||Wanted Dead Or Alive|
|8.||I Want To Know What Love Is|
|9.||I Wanna Rock|
|10.||Pour Some Sugar On Me|
|11.||Harden My Heart|
|12.||Shadows of the Night/Harden My Heart|
|13.||Here I Go Again|
|14.||Can't Fight This Feeling|
|15.||Any Way You Want It|
|17.||Every Rose Has Its Thorn|
|18.||Rock You Like a Hurricane|
|19.||We Built This City/We're Not Gonna Take It|
|20.||Don't Stop Believin'|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: December 23, 2012 at 11:52|
|Rock of Ages = Rock N Roll Blasphemy. I was going to save this revelation for my death bed confession, but I was coerced into seeing this light in the loafers 80's inspired ( I use that term loosely) musical. Tom Cruise singing (also use that term very loosely) is an abomination to the original versions, as is the rest of the knock-off sountrack. What the hell is a BACK SIDE BOYS sounding pop tune 'Undercover Love' by Diego Boneta doing on the soundtrack? I wish he would have at least sang in his native menudo Spanish to spare my ears. Put a fork in Def Leppard as the band praised Tom Cruise's(Stacee Jaxx-OFF) singing. At least Axl Rose didn't call in to give his blessing for "Paradise City". All around a terrible movie and sound track that IMO did nothing to capture the essence of the Strip in the 80's. There's 100's of glowing reviews on Amazon that better be by women and gay guys. This is the ANTI-'Rockstar' movie: NO fun,NO just tribute to the original artists,NO DICE.|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: January 1, 2013 at 6:21|
|CC- you gave this soundtrack a # rating of "100"? Please try to put into words how these KARAOKE CALIBER show-tunes blew you away. Come on, you know there's only one band in which all their releases deserve a 100 (perfect rating) and that's your rock gods FOZZY. I think a song on Fozzy's latest release "Sin & Bones" sums up this soundtrack "Fairies Wear Boots"|
|From: Doug||Date: January 2, 2013 at 15:52|
|Saw the movie, cheesy (and supposed to be) but in parts, funny. Cruise has Axl Rose down pat! If the songs were done as stand-alone, they probably would have been better. But because they are made in montage format, they come off as mere sound bytes. As such, everything is “watered down.” Indeed this is not “Rock Star.” Too bad, could have been better.|
|From: Mace||Date: April 6, 2013 at 0:06|
|This movie really sucked. All the edginess was removed from the songs. Tom Cruise made me cringe with his hamming of the role. And i have decided i hate Russell Brand. But I have found a use for the soundtrack. Maybe it will work to get my 6 year old daughter to start liking the same music as her dad... If not I can always use it as a beer coaster.|
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