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Beverly Hills Cop 2

Soundtrack Vinyl
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  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B003PFCXRK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not As Good As The First Film's Soundtrack ... But Not Bad September 21, 2012
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This soundtrack album from the sequel film Beverly Hills Cop II was released in May 1987 (MCA-6207) and went to # 8 on Billboard's Top 200 album charts, eventually attaining platinum status. It also produced no less than 5 charted singles, starting with Shakedown by Bob Seger which hit # 1 for one week in late June/early July 1987 on MCA 53094 (the flip was not part of the film). It was also nominated as Best Song by both the Academy Awards and Golden Globes that year.

At much the same time, George Michael had the song later to be labelled the year's Worst Song by The Razzies, the controversial I Want Your Sex, climbing to # 2 Hot 100 on Columbia 07164, a ridiculous effort thankfully kept from # 1 by the above-named Shakedown. It's high showing was more a reflection of Michael's immense popularity at the time, proving that the worst junk can become a hit if sung by the right artist at the right time!

Next up was Be There by The Pointer Sisters, which just missed the Top 40 by settling in at # 42 Hot 100 in August on MCA 53120. Another August entry was James Ingram's Better Way, which missed the Hot 100 but did reach # 40 Adult Contemporary (AC) and # 66 R&B on MCA 53125. The flipside, Bad Guys (The Heat), by score composer Harold Faltermeyer, was not heard in the film by Ingram, but did play as a background instrumental during the jewelry store robbery sequence that starts the movie. Another version of Bad Guys (The Heat) by The Jets is the B-side to his Cross My Broken Heart, which finished at # 7 Hot 100 and # 11 R&B July on MCA 53123.
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