Various Artists - Batman Forever - Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture (2 x LP Vinyl)

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'Batman Forever: Music from the Motion Picture' is the soundtrack to the 1995 Tim Burton produced movie Batman Forever. It was nominated for multiple Academy and Golden Globe awards. The soundtrack contains a number of hit singles including; Seal's 'Kiss from a Rose' which won three Grammy Awards, an MTV Movie Award for 'Best Song' and charted at number 1 in the Billboard Top 100.

Limited edition blue and silver vinyl.

When soundtracks were first being consumed by the masses, the were a way to experience the music of the movie in the comfort of your own home. (The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly). Soon after, soundtracks became a venue to hear new and original compositions. (Saturday Night Fever) I consider the '90s to be the apex of soundtrack consumption. There were soundtracks being released for nearly every movie. Sure enough there was one offered for this movie. Unless there was a cohesive theme being conveyed in the movie (Singles) the soundtrack was usually a mish mash of whatever was popular at the time as is definitely the case here.

However what was designed as a quick cash-in to a blockbuster movie proved to be something more in my ears. Sure there were a few forgetable tracks from artists that nobody remembers today. But those that are still around today deliver the goods. (Brandy, Seal, U2, Flaming Lips, Method Man).

By: LaserX54

A1 U2– Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
A2 PJ Harvey– One Time Too Many
A3 Brandy– Where Are You Now?
B1 Seal– Kiss From A Rose
B2 Massive Attack, Tracey Thorn– The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game
B3 Eddi Reader– Nobody Lives Without Love
C1 Mazzy Star– Tell Me Now
C2 The Offspring– Smash It Up
C3 Nick Cave– There Is A Light
C4 Method Man– The Riddler
D1 Michael Hutchence– The Passenger
D2 The Devlins– Crossing The River
D3 Sunny Day Real Estate– 8
D4 The Flaming Lips– Bad Days


Cat No:    RCD1 82759 / 603497843565

Record Label : Warner / Atlantic