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  CS 65781
  Footloose - Original Soundtrack
  "Footloose - Original Soundtrack"

Various Artists
Track listing:
  1. Footloose (performed by Kenny Loggins)
2. Let's Hear It For The Boy (performed by Deniece Williams)
3. Almost Paradise (performed by Mike Reno & Ann Wilson)
4. Holding Out For A Hero (performed by Bonnie Tyler)
5. Dancing In The Sheets (performed by Shalamar)
6. I'm Free (performed by Kenny Loggins)
7. Somebody's Eyes (performed by Karla Bonoff)
8. The Girl Gets Around (performed by Sammy Hagar)
9. Never (performed by Moving Pictures)
10. Bang Your Head (performed by Quiet Riot)
11. Hurts So Good (performed by John Mellencamp)
12. Waiting For A Girl Like You (performed by Foreigner)
13. Dancing In The Sheets (performed by Shalamar)
  Single Layer
Recording type:
Recording info:
  Soundtrack Executive Producers: Becky Shargo/Dean Pitchford
Album coordinator: Michael Dilbeck
Soundtrack Associate Producer: Craig Zadan

Album assembly for mastering: John Boylan and Stewart Whitmore
Mastering Engineer: Wally Traugott
Album mastered at Capital Studios, Los Angeles
Album assembled at Digital Magnetics, Los Angeles
Music Editors: Jim Henrikson/Nancy Fogarty

Reissue Producer: Al Quaglleri
Digitally remastered by Chris Athens, Sony Music Studios, New York

Engineered for SACD by Mark Wilder

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Reviews: 2

Review by Mondie January 19, 2011 (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:
This is a nice sounding SACD, l am always a bit wary of compilation disc's as original masters are rarely used but no concerns here. If you like the tunes then it is worth hunting down a copy, the last 4 bonus tracks not on the original release really seal the deal.

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Review by cerebus May 24, 2007 (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:
Worthwhile as a collection and reflection of the period in which it was recorded, but if you're not interested in many of the acts on this SACD, you're probably not going to listen to it much.

That said, you're probably not ever going to hear Foreigner, Bonnie Tyler, Quiet Riot, John Mellencamp, Sammy Hagar, or Kenny Loggins in SACD quality sound. A number of the acts have been forgotten, but you may find one or two treasures in this release to make it worth your while.

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