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Mo' Money: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack

3.9 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Mo' Money Groove - Mo' Money Allstars
  2. For You? Free - Mo' Money ST
  3. The Best Things In Life Are Free - Luther VAndross And Janet Jackson
  4. Gimme My 2 Dollars - Mo' Money ST
  5. Ice Cream Dream - MC Lyte
  6. Amber, Let's Go - Mo' Money ST
  7. Let's Just Run Away - Johnny Gill
  8. Don't Throw That Away - Mo' Money ST
  9. I Adore You - Caron Wheeler
  10. Get Off My Back - Public Enemy
  11. Forever Love - Color Me Badd
  12. Fun And Games With The Mail Boy - Mo' Money ST
  13. Money Can't Buy You Love - Ralph Tresvant
  14. Hi Johnny Baby - Mo' Money ST
  15. Let's Get Together (So Groovy Now) - Krush
  16. Joy - Sounds Of Blackness
  17. A Sister Just Like Her - Mo' Money ST
  18. The New Style - Jam And Lewis
  19. I Think I Mightta Gotta Job - Mo' Money ST
  20. A Job Ain't Nuthin' But Work - Big Daddy Kane And Lo-Key?
  21. My Dreams Need Detail - Mo' Money ST
  22. My Dear - Mint Condition
  23. Big Time - Mo' Money ST
  24. Brother Will - The Harlem Yacht Club


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 23, 1992)
  • Original Release Date: June 23, 1992
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Perspective Records
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000012SK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,864 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is incredible. The beats on this album are to die for. It's full of high-octane, shut-up-and-dance cuts like "Ice Cream Dream," "The Best Things In Life Are Free," "Let's Get Together (So Groovy Now)", and "Money Can't Buy You Love." In addition, the soundtrack also includes the an enchanted star-soaked ballad by Mint Condition entitled "My Dear" --I recommend listening to that song at night, it just evokes such beautiful imagery. Overall, Mo Money is one of the best (if the best) soundtracks of the 90s. Worth it.
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I have to disagree with the guy that called this album weak. Not only that, he didn't even talk about the album -- he simply slammed Janet Jackson and Luther Vadross for doing a duet and referred to the rest as "mess". I'm guessing that the lack of detail is due to the fact that there wasn't much to speak ill of on this LP. I may have been 15 when this came out, and possibly not as in tune with what was considered good by adults when this dropped, but I can name several classics that are being played on adult stations in my area, VH1 Soul, and the like...

Johnny Gill - Let's Just Run Away
Ralph Tresvant - Money Can't Buy You Love
Janet & Luther - The Best Things In Life Are Free
Caron Wheeler - I Adore You
MC Lyte - Ice Cream Dream

I respect the opinions of others and he has every right to call this album "mess" if he sees fit, but I think the songs listed above are classic. They still get played in 2007 -- 15 years after its release. If you've already heard this album and you didn't dig it, then hit the nearest hospital and have them check you for a pulse. I'm not big on slow jams, even though most of them were good, so they fall under skip material for me (thus the less than perfect rating). But catch me at the right time and you may hear them playing. I mean, come on, Johnny Gill, Mint Condition, Even the most talentless r&b joke of the 90's, Color Me Badd (who I still can't stand), turned in a decent performance.

As far as forgettable tracks, of the 14 that appear on this album, I can only think of maybe two that would fall under that category (Joy & A Job Ain't Nothin' But Work).
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My favourite tunes on the album are Ice Cream Dream, I adore You and Money can't by you love. I bought this album back in 1992 and lost it I loved the album so much that I went out and got it again. The movie was excellent too. Another favourite soundtrack album of mine is Above the Rim.
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This cd brings back alot of memories from the childhood. The cd has the songs straight from the movie which is hard to find on current soundtracks from these new movies that come out. If you love the tunes in the movie then you'll love the soundtrack.
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CD came packaged like new and was a great trip down memory lane! I miss music like this, every track brought me back to the 90's when I was a child and had nothing to worry about but eating, sleeping, and having fun! I love the sound bites from scenes in the movie too! Money Can't Buy You Love and Let's Get Together are my favorites on this soundtrack but all are great! Nostalgic City!
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Was this the best soundtrack ever made? No. It IS one of those titles that you pull of the shelf on days where you are looking for something you haven't heard in awhile. There are a few reasons I really like this soundtrack. For one, it's FULL. There are 24 tracks on this CD. Granted, every 3 or 4 songs there is some movie dialogue but the rest are songs. It's not one of those soundtracks that has 10 songs on it when the movie had 15 or 20. Second, most of the songs are enjoyable even by today's standards.

Here are my favorite tracks:
1. "Forever Love" - always loved this song. It's the full version and one of the best R&B ballads from the early 90's. The lyrics, harmony, and instrumentation are great. At the time in '92 when radio started playing it, this soundtrack was the only way to get the song.
2. "Best Things in Life Are Free" - i've seen this song on other comps but I think this is the best version of it. It's upbeat and fun and features BBD, Janet Jackson, Ralph Tresvant, and Luther Vandross.
3. "Job Ain't Nuthin' But Work" - great hip-hop tune by Big Daddy Kane.
4. "My Dear" - always liked this group. another great R&B ballad.
5. "Money Can't Buy You Love" - great upbeat song with an infectious beat.

The "Mo' Money" soundtrack was released around the time that the "Boomerang" soundtrack was released. There was a lot of great music in the early 90's and this soundtrack/compilation is no exception. If you like a mix of Hip-Hop, R&B, and movie clips, this CD is worth owning to bring you back to you childhood. And it's definitely affordable.
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This is a fun flashback CD of when music wasn't about flippin everybody like a pancake. Plus it has a great range of artists. So pretty much it is a compliment to the movie.
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This soundtrack brings back memories of when I first went to college. It was often compared to the Boomerang soundtrack which came out at the same time. I enjoyed both soundtracks but I tend to favor this one a bit more (though as far as the movies go, I actually like Boomerang better).

The other reviews have already covered the songs so let me end this by saying that if you want to know what R & B/Hip-Hop in the early 90's was like, this is a good place to check it out!
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