Rocky IV (soundtrack)

Rocky IV (Soundtrack)

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Rocky IV is the original motion picture soundtrack to the movie of the same name. It was originally released in 1985 on the Scotti Brothers label. Scotti Brothers re-released the album on compact disc on March 10, 1992 . In 2010 Intrada Records released the original score by Vince DiCola, which were not available before.

The soundtrack was hugely successful on the strength of two top-five singles, Survivor's "Burning Heart" (which Sylvester Stallone personally commissioned for the movie and reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100) and James Brown's "Living in America", as well as Robert Tepper's lone top-40 hit, "No Easy Way Out". It reached the top ten on the Billboard 200 album chart and was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

It is the only score to a Rocky film not composed by Bill Conti, but does feature some music he composed for the first film.

The album is often played in gyms and used by people for motivation when working out due to its high intensity rhythm and synthesizers and heroic lyrics. In the film an extensive part of the soundtrack is part of the training, with one track simply named "Training Montage". A number of the tracks on the album, particularly Eye of the Tiger, Burning Heart and Training Montage have been cited...
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