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Boogie Nights (Music From the Original Motion Picture)


Download links and information about Boogie Nights (Music From the Original Motion Picture). This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 50:39 minutes.

Release date: 1997
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 13
Duration: 50:39
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Feel the Heat) (Mark Wahlberg) 1:11
2. Best of My Love (The Emotions) 3:39
3. Jungle Fever (Chakachas) 4:20
4. Brand New Key (Melanie) 2:23
5. Spill the Wine (Eric Burdon) 4:02
6. Got To Give It Up, Pt. 1 (Marvin Gaye) 4:07
7. Machine Gun (Instrumental) (The Commodores) 2:38
8. Magnet & Steel (Walter Egan) 3:23
9. Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (McFadden & Whitehead) 3:40
10. Sister Christian (Night Ranger) 5:00
11. Livin' Thing (Electric Light Orchestra) 3:30
12. God Only Knows (The Beach Boys) 2:48
13. The Big Top (Theme From "Boogie Nights") (Michael Penn) 9:58



Since the 1997 film Boogie Nights reflected on the porn industry of the late '70s and early '80s, the disco selections here are a bit sultrier than those by The Bee Gees on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The sweaty strut of Chakachas' "Jungle Fever" sounds like it was intentionally made to soundtrack adult films. But the soulful melodies pouring from The Emotions' “Best of My Love” are a sunny reminder of the carefree good times that came with the era of polyester bellbottoms and giant mirror balls rotating above dance floors. The soundtrack producers did well to include non-disco gems as well. Melanie’s whimsical “Brand New Key” is a playful folk-pop tune that scored an unforgettable performance by Heather Graham’s rollerskating character, Rollergirl. And Eric Burdon’s festive Brit-funk hit “Spill the Wine” punctuated the material spoils of porn’s profits. As the ‘70s seeped into the ‘80s in the film, it made perfect sense to include power ballads like Night Ranger’s high school graduation anthem “Sister Christian.”