11 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

If you want to know what the '80s sounded like, look no further than this bracing collection. Director/star Sylvester Stallone pulled no punches with this soundtrack’s catchy, over-the-top synth-pop ("Double or Nothing," "The Sweetest Victory") and pulse-quickening hard rock with screaming guitar solos ("Burning Heart," "Hearts on Fire"). Composer Vince DiCola exhilaratingly conveys the 1985 film's Cold War high stakes through innovative sampling and sequencing in the chillingly transcendent instrumental anthems "War" and "Training Montage."

EDITORS’ NOTES

If you want to know what the '80s sounded like, look no further than this bracing collection. Director/star Sylvester Stallone pulled no punches with this soundtrack’s catchy, over-the-top synth-pop ("Double or Nothing," "The Sweetest Victory") and pulse-quickening hard rock with screaming guitar solos ("Burning Heart," "Hearts on Fire"). Composer Vince DiCola exhilaratingly conveys the 1985 film's Cold War high stakes through innovative sampling and sequencing in the chillingly transcendent instrumental anthems "War" and "Training Montage."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
391 Ratings

391 Ratings

provinceroad ,

Rocky is the best!

The movie was better but, I have to admit there are a lot of great songs on this album.I think you should buy the album.

Nugent Home ,

Rocky

A great album and agreat movie!

hellwhatsthis ,

Training Montage...

i love working out the the Training Montage music in this film. its awsome!

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