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Heavy Metal: Music From The Motion Picture

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Heavy Metal: Music From The Motion Picture

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Great musicYou don't have to be a fan of the film to enjoy this fine collection of songs. This soundtrack album features a good mix of very famous and underground music legends. Don't let the title fool you; this music is better described as rock than heavy metal, but it is good rock. Cheap Trick has one of its best songs on this collection (also one of the best songs of the collection): "Reach Out", which is rarely performed by the band. The catchy and intense "I Must Be Dreaming" is also by Cheap Trick and its frenetic instrumental opening and closing are addictive enough that you'll catch yourself humming it as you go about your day.Journey's famous arena ballad "Open Arms" is included here and is required listening for anyone interested in that group. Stevie Nicks has a decent song here with "Blue Lamp" but is rather overshadowed by Riggs' "Radar Rider", Grand Funk Railroad's short but sweet "Queen Bee" and the atmospheric and haunting "Veteran of the Psychic Wars" by Blue Oyster Cult. The two songs that carry the same title as the album and film are decent songs themselves, but while Sammy Hagar's "Heavy Metal" tends to get old after a few listens (the 1986 album "VOA" is a better representation of what Hagar is capable of), Don Felder's "Heavy Metal (Takin' A Ride)" has far more staying power, mainly due to the well-realized hook and the tight vocal harmonies, particularly during the chorus.For whatever reason, the Devo song "Through Being Cool" is conspicuously absent from this album (it was prominently featured in the film), which is a shame as it's a very good song, but at least Devo's other offering, a quirky cover of "Workin' In The Coal Mine" is included.Any fan of 80's music should enjoy this album; the music is a fine example of its time and much of what is presented here was not released on other collections (there are exceptions though, the most obvious being Devo, Hagar and Journey). Knowledge of the film is not at all necessary to enjoy this. However, I do recommend the film to anyone who enjoys adult animation.If you like 80's music or any of the bands listed, this is a perfect addition to your music library.5Great cd. Love Don Felder!I love Don Felder. He is such a great guitar player. I bought this cd for his work. Super fast shipping. Thank you.5Great CD, loved the movie and soundtrack when i ...Great CD, loved the movie and soundtrack when i was in highschool. Bought the CD on amazon and the cool thing i didnt know is that they send you the CD plus they add all the songs to your amazon playlist. So now I can hear it all on Alexa and havent opened my CD yet to be honest. . lol(I'm Oldschool like that)5This is my favorite album of all my over-a-thousand album collection!If you haven't watched the 1981 "Heavy Metal" animation, don't even bother.I love that animation and I love most of the songs in this collection.It contains 16 tracks, 14 of which I absolutely love!!! I've played old copies of this so many times I've actually wrecked one of my tapes. I currently own a well-preserved LP copy, a cassette I still play in my car (so I drive a very old car with a tape player -- so what?) and a CD which would be unplayable after so many listens if it were an LP or a tape.The cassette and LP have nothing extra, nor do they sound better than the CD edition. I have them for nostalgia reasons only. But do watch the movie and get the CD soundtrack. You won't regret it.And... no, if you're looking for "a heavy metal album", this is not it. Most tracks are NOT heavy metal songs. If you're looking for a heavy metal compilation, you should buy the old "Metal Killer Kollections" volumes 1, 2 and 3 instead. The old LPs or tapes. The CD versions were cut short -- veeeery short.5Won't you take a ride...This soundtrack is amazing and a must have for any fan of the Heavy Metal movie. Bought brand new and was delivered in perfect condition.5Good collection of classic rock for the nostalgic.Create collection of classic hits. After recently buying the DVD for nostalgic reasons, I was further reminded what great songs were in this movie. So this prompted me to buy this classic soundtrack. I would have given it 5 stars but there are some filler songs on the CD that I didn't care for.4Just As I Remembered!Almost every track on this album is awesome. There are a few turds but they were included because of the context of the movie and nothing more. Also, you Black Sabbath fans get a much better version of "The Mob Rules" than the one used on the Sabbath album. No...it's not the same version.5Weird movie, great soundtrackI have to confess, I have never really liked the movie all that much, but I certainly loved the music to it. The soundtrack has a collection of great artistes, some of my favourites at that time like Cheap Trick, Stevie, and Nazareth. Many of these songs cannot be found elsewhere, either. I bought this to give my double LP a break and they did a great job with the remaster. I think I was in junior high when this came out and over the years, this has remained a great album to listen to.5Great soundtrackThis is one of my favorite soundtracks to a classic animated feature film. Interesting side note, Ivan Reitman used some of the music from this soundtrack in his later movie "Ghostbusters".5Pretty goodI bought this for "Heavy Metal" by Don Felder but was pleasantly surprised that there were several songs on the CD that I like.4
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