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Beverly Hills Cop III: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The place where you belong - Shai
  2. Summer jamming - Inner Circle
  3. Luv 4 dem gangsta'z - Eazy-E
  4. Mood - Chante Moore
  5. The right kinda lover - Patti Labelle
  6. Keep the peace - INXS
  7. Right thing, wrong way - Terence Trent D'Arby
  8. Leavin' - Tony Toni Tone
  9. Axel F - Nile Rogers with Richard Hilton
  10. Come See About Me - The Supremes


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 10, 1994)
  • Original Release Date: May 10, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Mca
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002ORW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,783 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Okay..so in this day and age if you buy a CD and have more then one good song on it, it is considered luck. Most soundtracks either contain BIG hits or just random songs. I think this soundtrack went for the latter. Did it work? Well they got some "interesting" songs.

I must give credit where credit is due. Hello Inxs. Their song "Keep The Peace" is not only a great song, it is one of the best Inxs songs I've ever heard. (And I keep up with them up till Michael Hutchence's death. JD from RockStar: Inxs isn't bad but he will never fill Hutch's shoes.) Anyways..this songs features Michael Hutchence's GREAT voice and killer style..This song makes this album a must for any real Inxs fan.

So beyond a great Inxs song, what does this soundtrack offer? Well It has the song "Right Thing, Wrong Way" which has very childish sounding background music. And the lyrics sound kind of silly..but it works. While the song is kind of predicatable, it works. It is a nice song.

Also the songs "The Place Where You Belong" and "Summer Jamming" have a very good summer vibe to them. Both could be played in the summer and would be fitting. It ties into the movie also - given the location. Beyond on that, the Diana Ross tune is worth mention.

Okay I think I just about covered it..oh yeah and it has that well known 'dodododododododod" Beverly Hills Cop theme music. This time it got changed up a bit by Niles Rodgers and Richard Hilton. And it was for the best! This newer sounding mix of the song - works VERY well. It sounds VERY hip. I can just hear Eddie Murphy's trademark laugh.

If only Beverly Hills Cop 4 would start production. Oh well, I suppose this music can hold me over till then.
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You Had Very interesting Songs From Shai, INXS, The Late Eazy E, And Terrance Trent Darby! Beverly Hills Cop 3 Wasn't the Best In The Trilogy But It Did have a Legit Soundtrack!
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This soundtrack isn't really up to much at all I'm afraid. The are only 10 tracks and most them are tedious songs that no one cares about. A real disappointment, much like the film.

The depth and reason behind much of the songs chosen for the film are very uninspired. It could have been a lot better, especially when you consider how well the album to the first movie sold. Tho this time the movie didn't have the expertise and scrutiny of Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson. The result is a flat and uninteresting soundtrack CD that sounds embarrassingly 90s.

Nile Rogers even replaced the now MIA Harold Faltermeyer. His music in the movie was of a completely tone but it is still better than anything this CD has to offer. The Axel F tune is the only worthy track left. But EVERYBODY knows how it goes by now so it's hardly worth shelling out the money for.
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