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Rocky IV: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Original recording reissued, Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 10, 1992)
  • Original Release Date: November 27, 1985
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Soundtrack
  • Label: Scotti Bros.
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000I01A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,099 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Burning Heart - Survivor
2. Heart's On Fire - John Cafferty
3. Double Or Nothing - Kenny Loggins & Gladys Knight
4. Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor
5. War - Vince DiCola
6. Living In America - James Brown
7. No Easy Way Out - Robert Tepper
8. One Way Street - Go West
9. The Sweetest Victory - Touch
10. Training Montage - Vince DiCola (Hidden Track)

Customer Reviews

Without a doubt, the soundtrack to Rocky IV overall is one of the best ever made.
Jeff
There is hardly a bad song on the album, which makes for a really enjoyable listening experience from start to finish.
Chasey
I'd recommend this to any Rocky fan, and also to anyone looking to find great music for a workout.
Anthony Joseph

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Second to the Bible, nothing is more uplifting and inspiring than the Rocky films. From small town nothingness to big city lights, Rocky overcomes his humble beginnings to excel to the heights of stardom. How did he do it? Nothing less than guts, motivation, drive, hard work, and a struggle to establish personal honor. Yet, there is one more thing, and that is nothing less than this WONDERFUL music. Though all the other Rocky soundtracks are great, Rocky IV is the superior. Depressed about your circumstances? Stand strong and take a listen to get instilled with the Eye of the Tiger! Remember, 'There's No Easy Way Out,' but you can do it if you want it bad enough! Overcome! Win, Rocky, Win!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chasey on June 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album just rocks from start to finish. A total 80's masterpiece of rock, synth and drama - my only regret is that it took me 18 years to actually by it. Doh!!

There is hardly a bad song on the album, which makes for a really enjoyable listening experience from start to finish. I really loved the instrumentals by Vince Di Cola 'War' and 'Training Montage' - sheer brilliance.

If you are a lover of this sort of music, and of the 80's in general then BUY THIS NOW!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Karen S. Emerson on December 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is hands down my favorite motion picture soundtrack of all time!!! If you like a crisp, intense 80s sound, this is the cd for you. This cd is loaded with high-energy tracks that will inspire you to accomplish tasks that require great will. If there were six stars, that's what I would give this track!!!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jason on December 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Times have changed. Go take a drive to the bank with the 'Rocky IV' soundtrack playing; if you haven't transcended every ounce of shame in your body by the time your rockin' journey is over, you're likely to head straight for the nearest gun shop, either to shoot yourself or, perhaps more cathartically, to reign terror on every single person in every single automobile that looked at you funny or laughed when they heard 'Hearts on Fire' rule your car's stereo system. That's the thing about our self-conscious, hip selves of today; we look or hear something in the vein of 'Rocky IV' and we tighten up, nervously laugh, and arrogantly dismiss it. Surely we've evolved past this overblown, synth-fest of up tempo rock ballads which uncontrollably scream about how we're gonna climb that mountain all our veiny gusto! Well, it is a fact that a lot of music of late (;indie rock;) has reverted to a similar mentality, but the one thing that truly separates it from music like we have here is that it's done with at least an ounce of mockery, at minimum. Not 'Rocky IV', oh no...

This is utterly genuine, heartfelt passion -- to us, unaware of its own foolish, prideful dancing; to itself, absolutely no hint of such a derogatory note buried within. I'm a cynic -- far more so than most people, I think -- but one thing that I'm still capable of, to this day, is channeling the spirit of energies, of emotions, that are different than my current emotional realities or behaviors.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I'm going to start out by saying the same thing everyone else is: this is an outstanding workout CD. It not only keeps you motivated, but it does so by helping you envision the goals you're striving for with your workout. I've never found so much powerful music together on one CD. I had this on cassette as a kid, but for god only knows what reason, got rid of it. Recently bought it on CD and fell in love with it again. The hands-down favorite is "Heart's on Fire" by John Cafferty. Also great are "The Sweetest Victory" by Touch, "No Easy Way Out" by Robert Tepper, two instrumentals by Vince DiCola, and Rocky soundtrack standbys Survivor, with "Eye of the Tiger" and "Burning Heart".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Steve on June 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Being a fan of the Rocky film and of the training scenes in the Rocky films.
I thought the sound track was very insperational for any one who is training in a gym or is a bit depressed and needs a lift up too get them up and ready.
You dont ever have too watch the film too feel the quality of the sound track.
My advice buy it play Hearts on Fire song when your doing a hard run at the gym and it will push you further than u ever been pushed before.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Sarhan on July 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Out of all the Rocky movies, the third sequel to the Oscar winning original movie Rocky (1976) has the best soundtrack. Rocky IV came out in 1985 in the midst of the 80's synch pop and hair bands. But there is little or no indication that Stallone or whoever put these songs together was highly appreciative of that dreadful music scene.
Survivor returns to the soundtrack of yet another Rocky sequel after their successful 1982 Rocky III theme song Eye Of The Tiger. This time they contribute Burning Heart, an even more ambitious and powerful song about the east and west clash (america and the soviet union). James Brown offers Living In America. John Cafferty's adrenaline fueled Hearts On Fire shows up twice in the movie and that only indicates that it's the highlight on the soundtrack. Kenny Loggins, the king of 80's soundtrack hits such as Footloose and Danger Zone, makes a modest appearance on Rocky IV with Gladys Knight on the bluesy Double Or Nothing. Go West's One Way Street is another bluesy pop song that fits the soundtrack quite well. Finally, there's the instrumental tracks: War and Training Montage that are memorable as the movie itself. Of course, I'm not forgetting Robert Tepper's No Easy Way Out which comes on in the most engaging scene in the movie, when Rocky is remembering his past, Apollo Creed, and the frightful face of Drago coming to end his life.
Rocky IV is one of the most bankable movies of the 80's. It also is one of the best soundtrack albums of that decade.
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