Mo' Money: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack
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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).Read more ›
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.
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great sound track. a number of really good party cuts. This is also the first time I heard the Janet Jackson/Luther Vandross comboPublished 8 months ago by Houston Guy
Caron wheeler and big daddy kane song was only hot songs... booooooo!!!!Published 8 months ago by dewey
Given that the album has 24 tracks and 1/2 of them are intros its hard to rate the album as a whole. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Jax Mom
This is a great soundtrack from a great movie with the bonus of soundbites from the film with the sleepy voice of Stacey Dash but the only song I listen to repeatedly is Ralph... Read morePublished on December 19, 2010 by Cleo
..see, you're all not gonna believe this, but the whole reason I bought this CD soundtrack was to get just one song off of it ---- and that is Ralph Tresvant's -- "Money Can't Buy... Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by Henry D. Topping
this was one of those soundtracks that i could not get out of my head there is one song that i had to hear. Read morePublished on December 28, 2009 by Pamm Neely
Had wanted this soundtrack for quite awhile. Listening to the great jams instantly took me back to the early 90's! Read morePublished on December 17, 2009 by Brandi