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Streets of Fire

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Customer Reviews

I don't need the entire album

I wanna be able to get sons separately. I don't like the fact they pushing people to pay for the entire album… I bet ya they will make heck of more money if they decide to sell song separately

Nowhere fast, tonight is what it means to be young

My two favorites songs of the album and i would like to buy them separately

Its About Time!!!!!!!

"Streets Of Fire" was a very underrated soundtrack for a very underrated film. I could never understand why it was unsuccessful. "Nowhere Fast" and "Tonight Is What It Means To Be Young" are two great Jim Steinman songs are timeless. I don't know one person that doesn't like them after they finish listening to it. I'm still amazed that the television series, "Glee", has not done a show on just his material alone because his songs were all about teenage melodrama. You also get to hear a version of "Sorcerer" that predates the Stevie Nicks version by 16 years. This soundtrack was a great mixture of doo-wop, opera rock and fifties rock. Its still a great soundtrack to one of the best cult films ever made. I practically wore out my copies of this album and "Purple Rain" back in 1984.

Streets of Fire
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2011

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