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Belly of the beast soundtrack - is there?

#5
Its a shame because there is some music on his films which I really like, but there are never on the CD, or no soundtrack was brought out.
eg - never a true soundtrack to under siege - just the score. (Voodoo Chile - cool, etc)
Out for justice - no beastieboys (its was beastie boys was it?)
No half past dead soundtrack!!
Its just criminal!
 

yudansha

TheGreatOne
#6
soundtrack for a straight to video? are you really serious? I've never heard that.

There was a soundtrack to Exit Wounds, but if you're not much into hip/hop, I'll doubt you'll enjoy any of the music.
 
#7
I've got the exit wounds soundtrack. Some of the songs i like, others i can't stand. I just get them to add to the colection of Seagal items (photos, posters, dvds, vids, and anything else).
 
#8
okay, so there may not be a soundtrack for the film, but could someone tell me the song that plays when there are in the warehouse fighting with those people with the swords. And those two songs that play when he's attacked in the market and when he has the big fight at the end.
Thanks
 

ZenLateralus

Disposition Seagal
#9
I have not checked yet but if you run the movie and watch the credits you will eventually see a listing of all the songs played in the movie and the artists that wrote them. I'll check this out for yah so there may be more to follow. And yes, that was Beastie Boys - No Sleep Till Brooklin in Out For Justice.
 

Lotussan

I Belong To Steven
#11
He does much more than we think in the way of contributing songs to the movies but with him, I think it's probably just a way of expressing himself, and I understand that those things are somewhat personal...
Sure, I put my poems on here, but I want him to have the chance read them so it's something I feel I have to do...
I feel he's not looking for the recognition as much as people seem to think, he is more into the impact that his work has on others at the time, and the enjoyment that it brings to the final product...
So that is probably why not all the songs are on the soundtracks, I guess he doesn't feel the need for it once the film is done, since you can always watch the film to hear it, but who knows really...
There are so many songs that he had involvment in, that I never knew about before, and I'm so pleased to know of them, now...
Just look at the credits, and you'll see...
He really is so amazing...:)
 
#12
More reasons why you can't just put everything in one place...

Lotussan it's not only that. You can't really put all of the songs from the movie onto a CD because there's no space for them. Plus, there are different copyright laws and procedures to go through if the songs were not made especially for the film. Take a look at Exit Wounds soundtrack ... many good ones were left out. Why? Because most were taken from an album that already exists, and just to copy so many would cause an unneeded competition for the artist who tries to sell his music as opposed to someone making an extra buck from the movie.
 
#13
This is a direct to video movie. Only movies with major theatrical releases get soundtracks. You might, however, be able to find out who the composers and artists were that performed on the movie's soundtrack. Or you could search for similar music.
 
#14
I was wondering whether there was a Belly Of The Beast soundtrack, because the majority of the soundtrack rocks!
Song is called Bah Bor by Silly Fools...but I can't seem to find it. So it may have been one just made for the movie, however Shazam seemed to pick it up no problem.
 
#15
More reasons why you can't just put everything in one place...

Lotussan it's not only that. You can't really put all of the songs from the movie onto a CD because there's no space for them. Plus, there are different copyright laws and procedures to go through if the songs were not made especially for the film. Take a look at Exit Wounds soundtrack ... many good ones were left out. Why? Because most were taken from an album that already exists, and just to copy so many would cause an unneeded competition for the artist who tries to sell his music as opposed to someone making an extra buck from the movie.
Check out the foreign group called Silly Fools. The Song is called Bah Bau, and it's on their Juicy CD. This was a foreign guitar/rock piece, and a damned good one.
The rest of the CD has some other good stuff on it too. Plus I also follow the Yoshido Brothers....they can play very well also.