Grease 2 [Original Soundtrack]

Grease 2 [Original Soundtrack]


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Release Date: 02/27/1996
Label: Polydor / Umgd
UPC: 0042282509628
catalogNumber: 825096
Rank: 7945

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Grease 2 [Original Soundtrack] 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this has good music- some rock and roll and other types of music. I think it has more high energy music than some of the Grease soundtrack, but the movie isn't nearly as good!
Guest More than 1 year ago
At one point, the movie is a real tear jerker. Did he really die? The soundtrack compliments the style of the time. They're all pretty catchy, even if "Reproduction" raises some eyebrows
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found the music to be very entertaining and I enjoyed the film very much. Peter Frechette (Louis) has a wonderful voice and he blew the rest of the cast away.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this movie repulsive, and difficult to sit through. I looked forward to the commerical breaks. Compared to the original, it was awful, but even as its own movie it was bad enough. The soundtrack had two somewhat catchy songs: Cool Rider, and Back to School. It isn't worth buying the whole CD just to get these marginal songs. Life is too short to spend time watching poor movies like this.
erniemink More than 1 year ago
This movie first of all was not intended to mimic the first Grease although some of the actors did appear in this second Grease. I am surprised because I actually connected more in some ways with the second movie than the first movie and I will tell you why: It seemed more sentimental with the male and female being contemporary and down to earth and the song "Charades" was beautiful and I related with the harmony and words. So whether or not the movie is 5 stars does not take away from the comedy and seriousness of some parts although they may seem thin to some people. Much of this is about conviction and how you relate and connect, which is what the point is with the character played by Michael Caulfield