It was a major hit, as was its soundtrack, which spent a grand total of ten weeks at number one and sold over seven million copies. Once you're on your site, type in Footloose Just for Fun! Live concert albums of your favorite band. Quiet Riot — Bang Your Head Metal Health 3:55 11. Learn how to download music. Title Writer s Artist Length 10.
Bonnie Tyler — Holding Out for a Hero 5:51 05. Product description Dodger Endemol Theatricals presents Stephen L. We hope you will feel inspired to leave a few kind words on our behalf, but more than that, we hope you enjoy the music and are motivated to sing, dance, or tap your foot! The booklet includes a detailed synopsis, photos, and full lyrics. You might have to add Bar-Room Boogie Music. The sound and production of has dated badly -- there is a reliance on synthesizers and drum machines that instantly announces that the record was made in 1984 -- but that isn't necessarily a weakness. In 2002, Sony International released the Australian Souvenir Edition aka Australian Cast Special Edition.
Select albums in the Format field. Onstage, audiences never have long to wait for another driving, danceable production number, but the record's production never matches the sound of the original soundtrack. Shalamar — Dancing In the Sheets 4:05 06. There's nothing of substance on the soundtrack, but it's a light, entertaining listen. Oh, tell me what I got I've got this feeling that time's just holding me down I'll hit the ceiling or else I'll tear up this town Tonight I gotta cut loose, footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees Jack, get back, come on before we crack Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose You're playing so cool, obeying every rule Dig a way down in your heart You're burning, yearning for songs Somebody to tell you that life ain't passing you by I'm trying to tell you it will if you don't even try You can fly if you'd only cut loose, footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes Oowhee, Marie, shake it, shake it for me Whoa, Milo, come on, come on let's go Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose Cut Footloose Cut Footloose Cut Footloose We got to turn it around And put your feet on the ground Now take a hold of the phone, Whoa, I'm turning it loose Footloose, kick off your Sunday shoes Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees Jack, get back, come on before we crack Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose Loose, footloose, kick off your Sunday shoes Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees Jack, get back, come on before we crack Lose your blues Everybody cut everybody cut Everybody cut everybody cut Everybody cut everybody cut Everybody everybody cut footloose! Sammy Hagar — The Girl Gets Around 3:24 09. Select Gold in the Certification field. Foreigner — Waiting For A Girl Like You 4:50 13.
Footloose is the original soundtrack of the Paramount motion picture Footloose. Anderson, Dee Hoty, Jeremy Kushnier, Jennifer L. Not only does it function as a time capsule of a certain moment in pop music history, but many of the songs are catchy enough to transcend their production. At the same time, the property's advantages for transfer to the stage were obvious: It was a known property, much of the score was already familiar, and, by definition, the plot involved a lot of dancing. It's easy to see why -- the album delivers its mainstream pop, anthemic rock, and light dance-pop with style and an abundance of hooks. When the show opened on Broadway on October 22, 1998, theater critics known for their disdain of rock music felt Pitchford had failed, but Footloose settled in for a long run.
When it was re-released in 1998, four were added to the album. But the movie characters didn't sing those songs, and the songs were not directly tied into the plot. Teens will be teens, of course, so Ren ends up at odds with the town and especially the local minister, Reverend Moore. Sometimes, that can be better than something substantial. Kenny Loggins — Footloose 3:47 02. Title Writer s Artist Length 1. Two megamixes were added to the album, featuring the Australian cast of the Footloose musical.
The original soundtrack for the was released by and on September 27, 2011. In 2009, released a reimagining of the soundtrack album. . Footloose: The Musical doesn't exactly break new ground, but it's a good listen, particularly if you like the movie. We want you to know that the content is legally licensed.
Unlike , it gives an audience the movie songs it expects to hear, and unlike , it complements those songs with newly written, honest-to-goodness book songs that support the plot written by Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow, who wrote songs for the original film. Two megamixes were added to the album, featuring the Australian cast of the. Moving Pictures — Never 3:48 10. Search and download from millions of songs and albums. John Mellencamp — Hurts So Good 3:39 12. Like the 1984 Kevin Bacon film that inspired it, Footloose follows the story of Ren Jeremy Kushnier , who moves with his mother to a small town where dancing is prohibited by law. When it was re-released in 1998, four bonus tracks were added to the album.
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