9 Songs, 39 Minutes

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4.5 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

niphren ,

i had this on tape

this movie came out when i was a little girl, and i was awstruck by who's that girl-the song. it reminded me of new york and i call it now, 'the twin tower people' who wrote these wonderful 80's hits. it's worth the money if you love the 80's download the songs only if you like madonna. i personally only love madonna!!! the best of all time!! keep buying her music it is so wonderful, what a great time-back then and now 2.

Amedeo29 ,

Causing a commotion - and underrated Madonna track.

There are 5 tracks worth buying on this CD. Starting with the best track: Causing a commotion. This song should've been on the Immaculate Collection. As should've been the title track Who's That Girl. If I remember correctly, this scored Madonna a #1 on the American Billboard Chart.
Third, the awesome 80's ballad The Look of Love. If you enjoyed Live To Tell, you'd like this song too.
Fourth, the fun, but not often mentioned Can't Stop. Not to be confused with the song Don't Stop on her 1994 album Bedtime Stories (This song is better).
Finally, the only non-Madonna track worth purchasing, is the 80's party anthem Turn It Up. Never a single, this song sounds like it could've been.
Hope that helped if you were on the fence about the purchase.

Chasepgh ,

I've got the moves baby...

This album is great. I loved this movie. It was hillarious, and Madonna was great in her role. It's a shame this didn't do better at the box office. The soundtrack, however, was a huge hit. The Look Of Love is a great ballad. I kind of wished it had been retouched and on "Something To Remember." Can't Stop is one of my all time fav Madonna tracks, and Causing A Commotion. You can't not dance to it when you hear it.

btw... Turn It Up was released as a single, sort of. I have the 12" of it. The cover looks like the album cover to the soundtrack, but it has a shot of Michael Davidson sort of dancing with one arm up and one arm down. I have a promotional copy. I don't think it ever came out as a 45. Cassette singles were just starting to emerge. Wow, I'm old!

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