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Tracks St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion) - John Parr Shake Down - Billy Squier Young And Innocent - Elefante This Time It Was Really Right - J. Anderson Saved My Life - Fee Waybill Love Theme From St. Elmo's Fire (Instrumental) - David Foster If I Turn You Away - Vikki Moss Stressed Out (Close To The Edge) - Airplay Georgetown - David Foster Love Theme From St. Elmo's Fire (For Just A Moment) - David Foster
EXCELENTE DISCO UN EXCELENTE DISCO EN DONDE CONTIENE TEMAS EXISOTOSOS DE LA EPOCA
APARTE DE TRAER UN TEMA INSTRUMENTAL EXCELENTE Y UN CLASICO ES UN DISCO PERO TENERLO EN LA COLECCION DE BANDAS DE SONIDO DE PELICULAS SI BIEN ES CIERTO QUE LA PELICULA NO ES BUENA EL DISCO SI VALE LA PENA
Excellent Product St. Elmo's Fire is one of my favorite movies, so this soundtrack is one of the best ever. David Foster is a wonderful producer.
fabulous If you liked the movie you'll like the soundtrack, enjoyed it alot. Worth the buy. Not much element Although the title theme made me purchase this album, it isn't one that I'll plan on playing through anytime soon. There are a couple of songs that I can listen to, but as a whole, the album is mediocre at best. Unless you're a fan of the typical, superficial sounds of the '80's pop music, this album probably won't fit your fancy too much. The instrumental version of the title's love theme was quite popular for a while, but the lyrical version is almost unknown to many. Unless you're into collecting soundtracks for some reason, this one isn't one that I'd recommend. This music inspired me to come up with a Why did I give this soundtrack 5 stars? Because I am nostalgic for the 1980s, that and Queen and LIVE AID, brings it all back to when life seemed simple but the world around was heading toward the future at a rapid pace. This music inspired me to try to come up with my own "Wonder Years" of sorts but based in the 1980s
in a small middle school in Maine with lots of references to the music and events of the time. I call it "My Fifth Street Years," I hope to write the Pilot Episode in a few years time... Until then, if you miss the 1980s like I do, check out TV LAND and LIVE AID and this and other 1980s CDs.... After all, the CD came out in 1981, the ancestor of the Blu-Ray disc of today....