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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: MCA Records
  • ASIN: B000PKJEWU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 196,994 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK CD U.K. MCA DMCF 3383, 1987 1. Shakedown - Bob Seger 2. Be There - The Pointer Sisters 3. In Deep - Charlie Sexton 4. Hold On - Corey Hart 5. I Want Your Sex - George Michael 6. Better Way - James Ingram 7. Love/Hate - Pebbles 8. Cross My Broken Heart - The Jets 9. 36 Lovers - Ready for the World 10. I Can't Stand It - Sue Ann 11. All Revved Up - Jermaine Jackson

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this as I have the first soundtrack and the second film was good. The soundtrack is equally good.
The Pointer Sister's is possibly the best track, but as you listen to all the music, you can imagine clips of the film, such as Eddie Murphy's character and his sidekick driving the cement truck thru Beverly Hills.
I would recommend this CD - particularly if you like the first one.
Now I want to see BHC 3 and see if that soundtrack is as good!
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this was bought at my nephews request as is not on computer and he was well pleased with the disc
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
More diverse mix in BHC 2 soundtrack 16 Mar. 2004
By Daniel J. Hamlow - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Whereas the first Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack was a celebration of 80's electropop, the second one shows a split between rock and R&B/pop, with multiple producers. And hey, they had three Top Ten songs, including a #1 and #2. And three of the songs ended up on the artist/group's albums, making this soundtrack a launching pad of sorts.
"Shakedown" was yet another soundtrack song for Bob Seger, and this time, he hit the top, with its infectious backbeat thanks to rapid-fire keyboards and some soulful backing vocals in the chorus. If this sounds like a Billy Idol song, it's because Keith Forsey was one of the producers, the other being Harold Faltermeyer, who did one of the best songs on the first BHC movie and fresh from the Top Gun Theme.
Forsey produces another track here, Charlie Sexton's "In Deep", whose fiery guitar solos and power synths and keyboards might work for Sexton but is something Forsey's star client, Billy Idol wouldn't touch with a barge pole.
Canadian singer Corey Hart has a good turn with the inoffensive 80's pop of "Hold On," with its jingly synths, pulsing rhythm guitar, all produced by Giorgio Moroder.
The only other group from the first movie to do a song here are the Pointer Sisters with "Be There." Despite the brassy horns, rattling drums, and Narada Michael Walden's production, this song is half-hearted, showing the trio's last bit of oomph was 1985's "Dare Me."
George Michael sure picked some way to introduce his second solo hit, his first being "A Different Corner," due to the unnecessary controversy created by the title and the alleged meaning of the song. "I Want Your Sex" made it to #2 despite the brouhaha. Hey, it has a good backbeat, and a real underlying message: "It's natural, it's chemical, it's logical, habitual" And of course it ended up on his Grammy-winning Faith album.
The last couple of songs are firmly in the soul/R&B area. Former Prince guitarist Andre Cymone produced two tracks here. The first is James Ingram's "Better Way" which is typical 80's R&B/soul with some accompanying horns. This song though doesn't do justice to Ingram's voice, as he's done better. The second is Pebbles' funky jam "Love/Hate" which sounds like a refugee from Janet Jackson's Control album. This also landed on Pebbles' self-titled debut.
Yet another song that ended up on the group's album is the Jets' bouncy crossover pop "Cross My Broken Heart" also on the Jets' Magic album. If the beat resembles early Madonna, it's because the song was co-written and co-produced by Stephen Bray, a songwriting collaborator on Like A Virgin.
And then, those guys who imitated Prince with "Oh Sheila"--Ready For The World. This time, they demand "36 Lovers," as extravagant a demand as their synths. The sound's more pedestrian soul-pop.
Sue Ann's "I Can't Stand It" recalls brassy Pointer Sisters fare like "I'm So Excited" and THIS is the kind of stuff the Pointers should've been doing here. Jermaine Jackson's synth-happy "All Revved Up" makes him another Giorgio Moroder client, but Moroder did better for Hart earlier in the album.
Not a bad album in itself, with numbers by Seger, Michael, Hart, Pebbles, and the Jets pulling the weight here.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent music! 3 Jan. 2013
By Michaelangel Jaime - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love the music as it encourages me to train in the gym . The combination of Rock n roll and Hip Hop provides balance between hardcore excercises and cardio.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A "sampler" of what made the 80's such fun! 20 Nov. 2002
By Reginald D. Garrard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yeah, most of the artists on the disc have long faded into the collective memories of those of us fortunate enough to have "boogied" to their sounds.

But, oh, what a sound they each had.
The Pointer Sisters? Any soundtrack from the decade would be incomplete without them.
Pebbles? Yeah, her "Mercedes" has long run out of gas, but it was a nice drive while it lasted.
Ready for the World? Like its "gheri curls", the group has faded into obscurity but this soundtrack reminds us of how it did shine for a fleeting second.
Bob Seger? "Like a rock", he still can stand solid and "Shakedown" remains one of his best tunes.
And George Michael? Perhaps his "I Want Your Sex" was not politically (or morally) correct, but it was (and is) a good jam to dance to.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good To Have 8 May 2013
By Pai Nam Cheung - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I used to have this as a tape long time ago, happy to find one in CD, good condition as new, recommend to anyone who like the movie.
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
SEGER HAS 1ST TOP TEN HIT! 5 April 1999
By j_anto@MSN.COM - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
IT'S IRONIC, BOB SEGER WITH HIS RELEASE OF "SHAKEDOWN" FINIALLY HAS A TOP TEN HIT. WHAT'S UNUSUAL ABOUT THIS, IS THAT HE DID NOT WRITE THIS SONG. ORIGINALLY THIS SONG WAS WRITTEN FOR THE MOVIE BEVERLY HILLS COP II. THE PRODUCER FOR THIS FILM ORIGINALLY WANTED ERIC CLAPTON TO PERFORM THIS SONG FOR THE SOUNDTRACK BUT FOR SOME UNFORSEEN REASON HE WAS NOT AVAILABLE, (I THINK HE MAY HAVE BEEN ILL AT THE TIME)THEY ASKED BOB SEGER IF HE WAS AVAILABLE AND HE BIT. I THINK BOB SEGER WAS THE BEST CHOICE FOR THIS SONG AND AM SURPRISED THAT HE WASN'T THE ORIGINAL CHOICE. HE DID AN OUTSTANDING JOB WITH THIS PIECE AND I THINK IT IS CLASSIC SEGER. THIS SONG ALONE MAKES THIS CD WORTHWHILE. 2 THUMBS UP. ;-)
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