As part of the absolute onslaught of promotions for 1990’s Dick Tracy, there was not one, not two, but three different music albums inspired by or related to the film, including a normal soundtrack album, the score by Danny Elfman and Madonna’s I’m Breathless album, featuring “Vogue”.
Living on the streets of Seattle, Jack Mason is recruited for what he thinks is a job as a hunting guide for some wealthy big-game hunters but he’s horrified to discover that he’s their target and he’s forced to fight to survive the hunt.
Formed by Ice-T and guitarist Ernie C in 1990, the heavy metal band Body Count contributed the song “Body Count’s in the House” to the soundtrack of 1992’s Universal Soldier, playing over the end credits of the movie.
Ice-T delivered the fantastic title track for the 1988 crime/gang movie Colors, which was directed by Dennis Hopper and starred Robert Duvall, Sean Penn, Don Cheadle and Damon Wayans.
Since the focus of both Breakin and Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo was on break dancing, the soundtracks were key parts of the movies and featured hip&hop duo Ollie & Jerry contributing both title songs along with tracks by Chaka Khan and the first ever appearance by Ice-T.