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|1.||Where's The Fire - Tim Feehan|
|2.||Those Were The Days - Honeymoon Suite|
|3.||Hearts Vs. Heads - Stan Bush|
|4.||Hold On Blue Eyes - Lamarca|
|5.||Young Love, Hot Love - Jill Michaels|
|6.||Secret Loser - Ozzy Osbourne|
|7.||Never Surrender - Lion|
|8.||Bad Mistake - James House|
|9.||Wake Up Call - Ian Hunter|
|10.||Matter Of The Heart - Bonnie Tyler|
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|From: Knuckles||Date: April 8, 2004 at 11:54|
|What agreat soundtrack.One of the best out there.|
|From: Gar||Date: April 11, 2004 at 3:04|
|For some reason a lot of mid-80's teen movies had great soundtrack albums(probably because I was a teen in the mid-80's ). This one's no exception. The movie was pretty mediocre, but hell... you don't need to like a movie to enjoy the soundtrack.|
|From: Dean||Date: July 3, 2004 at 3:06|
|Hurry- if you act now you can score this cd for $45.00 from ebay. 45 bucks for this? C'mon- this is a decent disc but it isn't that fricken hard to find. As far as the movie itself this is another "so cheesy they're cool" flicks. I liked it back then but I'm pretty sure if i saw it now it would be horrible.|
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|From: Dan||Date: July 3, 2004 at 18:13|
|The ones that (stupid) people are paying $40-50 for on Ebay are bootlegs. Clear tray with tray card art showing through is a dead giveaway. The only legitimate pressing of this CD predates clear trays.|
|From: WidoMakr||Date: July 3, 2004 at 20:23|
|Being stuck in the 80's to this day I still love the movie, yeah it has its cheesy points, but with a soundtrack like this it makes up for it. If you look close at the car in this movie when they are shooting the front of it, I believe it has a chrysler star logo on it like anyone cares, would have been very cool on chryslers part to wring out a few of those bad boys for production..the movie plus a tune from Lion make watching the movie worth the 1 1/2 time spent Quote the WidoMakr...Never More|
|From: Dean||Date: July 4, 2004 at 1:18|
|Dan, unless I'm mistaken, the cd pictured in the current auction does not have a clear tray, plus the guy has it listed as a remastered version which might/might not have slightly different artwork and/or packaging. Either way as soon as it's listed as remastered it tells you right there it's not the real original. BTW-I think I'll have to seek this movie out again and check it out-God knows i still love "Dudes" and "Trick or Treat"|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: September 26, 2004 at 1:48|
|A VER A VER, TREMENDO SOUNDTRACK, 4 TREMENDOS TEMAS DE AOR, A LA CABEZA PONGO A HONEYMOON SUITE EL MEJOR DEL DISCO SEGUN MI GUSTO PERSONAL, SEGUIDO DE UNO DE LOS MAS GRANDES CANTANTES DE AOR STAN BUSH, LUEGO TIM FEEHAN Y POR ULTIMO A LOS LION, EL RESTO TAMPOCO DESENTONA PERO ESTAS 4 SON LAS GANADORAS, SALUDOS DESDE ICA-PERU.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: March 4, 2006 at 10:33|
|Oe Rafo y Lamarca, Ozzy, James House, Ian Hunter, Bonnie Tyler, Jill Michaels donde quedan por favor!!! te falta man Jajaja!!! Gigantesco Soundtrack no tenerlo es un Total Pecado 9.5/10 Nota: De aqui a 1 millon de aņos saldra una decada como los 80??? IMPOSIBLE!!!|
|From: Japangea||Date: May 25, 2006 at 11:48|
|Lion's track was slightly different to the one on their album,so if you are a complitist of Lion,you have to have this.|
|From: metalhead4life||Date: October 25, 2006 at 23:19|
|I love the 80's and I love this movie! It does have it's cheesy moments (like most 80's movies) but it also has it's cool moments (like most 80's movies). This movie is one of my faves. The whole soundtrack is good if you like rock/AOR/hard rock. So do yourself a favor and buy it. If we do things my way it's a lot of fun. Well, I gotta hook up the Daytona and get the hell outta here. Later all.|
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