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Footloose (Music from the Motion Picture) [Cut Loose Deluxe Edition]


Download links and information about Footloose (Music from the Motion Picture) [Cut Loose Deluxe Edition]. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:17:01 minutes.

Release date: 2011
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:17:01
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No. Title Length
1. Footloose (Blake Shelton) 3:38
2. Where the River Goes (Zac Brown) 3:38
3. Little Lovin' (Lissie) 4:29
4. Holding Out for a Hero (Ella Mae Bowen) 5:20
5. Let's Hear It for the Boy (Jana Kramer) 4:09
6. So Sorry Mama (Whitney Duncan) 3:42
7. Fake ID (feat. Gretchen Wilson) (Big & Rich) 3:23
8. Almost Paradise (Hunter Hayes, Victoria Justice) 3:36
9. Walkin' Blues (feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd) (Cee-Lo Green) 3:47
10. Magic In My Home (Jason Freeman) 3:12
11. Suicide Eyes (A Thousand Horses) 2:59
12. Dance the Night Away (feat. Denim) (David Banner) 4:13
13. Almost Paradise (Gloriana) 3:33
14. Footloose (Bonus Track) (The JaneDear Girls) 3:55
15. Kaw Liga (Bonus Track) (Phil X) 4:20
16. Metal Health (Bang Your Head) [Bonus Track] (Emphatic) 4:06
17. Daddy Ain't Lookin' (Bonus Track) (Frankie Ballard) 4:47
18. Dancing In Dee's Sheets (feat. Classic & Alana D) [Bonus Track] (Rae) 3:21
19. Holding Out for a Hero (Alicja Trout) 3:10
20. Fake ID (feat. Gretchen Wilson) [CMA Music Fest Live] (Big & Rich) 3:43



When you think of all the catchy tunes that peppered the original soundtrack to 1984’s Footloose, it makes sense for the film’s 2011 remake to include some awesome upgrades. Seeing that the plot still takes place in the badlands of a small town, it makes even more sense to pump these songs through a well-oiled country-pop filter. Blake Shelton stands in for Kenny Loggins on the opening title track, not straying too far from the original blueprint; of course this rendition sounds more Nashville than Santa Barbara. Conversely, country newcomer Ella Mae Bowen kisses new life into Bonnie Tyler’s “Holding Out for a Hero”; her version strips away synthesizers and drum machines for a more organic backbone of traditional wooden instruments, slowed tempos, and layers upon layers of gorgeous vocal melodies. It sounds like most of the Nashville gloss was saved for Jana Kramer’s country-pop remake of Deniece Williams’ “Let’s Hear It for the Boy.” Victoria Justice and Hunter Hayes keep “Almost Paradise” sounding as steamy as Mike Reno and Ann Wilson’s original.