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ROCKIN' THE WALL . . . when music changed the world! While the superpowers were confronting each other with missiles and tanks, a much different conflict was occurring hidden in plain sight. Rock and roll---western music---was penetrating the Iron Curtain, changing hearts and minds, inspiring resistance, offering hope. Rock was itself a subversive art form, almost always including the solo---the essence of individuality. But the lyrics, as well, insisted that "people got to be free." The official motion picture soundtrack for "Rockin' the Wall" includes more than a dozen original or newly performed songs, featuring powerful re-makes of '60s and '70s classics "Ball of Confusion," "People Got to be Free," and "Train Kept a' Rollin,'" as well as original songs by Mark Stein of Vanilla Fudge, Peter Rivera, and Mother's Finest, as well as all songs performed in the film. When the Wall came down, that giant power chord emanating from western guitars loosened the foundations!
ROCKIN' THE WALL . . . when music changed the world! While the superpowers were confronting each other with missiles and tanks, a much different conflict was occurring hidden in plain sight. Rock and roll---western music---was penetrating the Iron Curtain, changing hearts and minds, inspiring resistance, offering hope. Rock was itself a subversive art form, almost always including the solo---the essence of individuality. But the lyrics, as well, insisted that "people got to be free." The official motion picture soundtrack for "Rockin' the Wall" includes more than a dozen original or newly performed songs, featuring powerful re-makes of '60s and '70s classics "Ball of Confusion," "People Got to be Free," and "Train Kept a' Rollin,'" as well as original songs by Mark Stein of Vanilla Fudge, Peter Rivera, and Mother's Finest, as well as all songs performed in the film. When the Wall came down, that giant power chord emanating from western guitars loosened the foundations!
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0381379
Rel. Date: 10/05/2010
UPC: 884502763744

Rockin' the Wall (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Breakin' Down The Wall
2. We Are Survivors
3. Ball Of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today)
4. Train Kept A-Rollin'
5. Deep Breath
6. Didn't Want To Have To Say Goodbye To You
7. Breakin' Down The Wall (Unplugged Version)
8. Rockin' The Wall
9. Dancing In Berlin
10. Wishing Star
11. Shake If If You Got It
12. Break It Down
13. Too Far From Heaven
14. People Got To Be Free
15. Everything With You
16. No Other Love (Stefan Biniak Remix)
17. Poison In My Leg
18. Riflesso
19. Do It (Club Mix)
20. Deepso (Feat. Shalina)
21. Hey!
22. Sun
23. Irish Lore (Cristian R Remix)
24. A Ham
25. Right Places (Feat. Vera Russo)

DISC: 2

1. Hard To Handle
2. Grits Ain't Groceries
3. I Thank You
4. That's The Way Love Is
5. Show Me
6. Saved
7. Too Many Fish In The Sea
8. Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)
9. Land Of A Thousand Dances
10. Nowhere To Run
11. Bring It On Home To Me
12. Are You Lonely For Me Baby
13. (She's) Some Kind Of Wonderful
14. Too Many Cooks (Spoil The Soup)
15. Same Old Me
16. Ain't Nothing You Can Do

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ROCKIN' THE WALL . . . when music changed the world! While the superpowers were confronting each other with missiles and tanks, a much different conflict was occurring hidden in plain sight. Rock and roll---western music---was penetrating the Iron Curtain, changing hearts and minds, inspiring resistance, offering hope. Rock was itself a subversive art form, almost always including the solo---the essence of individuality. But the lyrics, as well, insisted that "people got to be free." The official motion picture soundtrack for "Rockin' the Wall" includes more than a dozen original or newly performed songs, featuring powerful re-makes of '60s and '70s classics "Ball of Confusion," "People Got to be Free," and "Train Kept a' Rollin,'" as well as original songs by Mark Stein of Vanilla Fudge, Peter Rivera, and Mother's Finest, as well as all songs performed in the film. When the Wall came down, that giant power chord emanating from western guitars loosened the foundations!
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