Boogie Nights [Original Soundtrack]

Boogie Nights [Original Soundtrack]


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/07/1997
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0724385563126
catalogNumber: 55631
Rank: 12893

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Beach Boys   Track Performer
Commodores   Track Performer
Electric Light Orchestra, Part II   Track Performer
Emotions   Track Performer
Marvin Gaye   Track Performer
Melanie   Track Performer
Night Ranger   Track Performer
Michael Penn   Track Performer
War   Track Performer
Chakachas   Track Performer
Walter Egan   Track Performer
McFadden & Whitehead   Track Performer
Eric Burdon   Track Performer
Michael Huey   Drums
John Reilly   Track Performer
Patrick Warren   Track Performer
Mark Wahlberg   Track Performer

Technical Credits

War   Composer
Lee Oskar   Composer
Lonnie Jordan   Composer
Papa Dee Allen   Composer
Harold Brown   Composer
B.B. Dickerson   Composer
Melanie Safka   Composer
Howard Scott   Composer
Charles Miller   Composer
Karyn Rachtman   Executive Producer
Paul Thomas Anderson   Executive Producer
Dee Allen   Composer
L. O. Levitin   Composer

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Boogie Nights [Original Soundtrack] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If the film "Boogie Nights" at all interested/inspired you; if you find yourself constantly searching FM for fine disco (yes, it exists), funk, boogie, fusion, and/or classic-rock, both volumes of the film soundtrack are necessary pieces in your collection. Barring the short, quite humorous, bits of film dialogue introducing and concluding volume I, the two CD's are void of distracting, inconsistent track material (unlike the soundtracks to most of Tarantino's films, for example). The listener is exposed to genre classics (Marvin Gaye, KC and the Sunshine Band, Night Ranger, etc.), as well as a variety of equally enjoyable obscurities (The Move, Sound Experience, etc.) Consider both volumes back to back to take late-night festivities with friends to a more interesting level.