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54, Vol. 2

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8/4/1998

Review

The second of two soundtracks to director Mark Christopher's ill-advised 54 is even more unsatisfying than the first, with only a handful of disco classics (including Blondie's "Heart of Glass" and Thelma Houston's immortal "Don't Leave Me This Way") to its name. Much like the film itself, the soundtrack fails to paint an accurate portrait of the disco era as it really was -- too many key records are absent, and too many of those that did make the cut simply don't capture the genre at its electrifying peak; viewers and listeners alike are instead directed to Whit Stillman's vastly superior The Last Days of Disco (and its accompanying soundtrack) for a real sense of what all the fuss was really about. ~ Jason Ankeny
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 If You Could Read My Mind Stars on 54 3:21
  3. 2 Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet Gonzalez 4:48
  4. 3 Heaven Must Have Sent You Bonnie Pointer 3:28
  5. 4 Loving Is Really My Game Brainstorm 4:45
  6. 5 Disco Nights (Rock-Freak) GQ 3:51
  7. 6 Found a Cure Ashford & Simpson 5:9
  8. 7 Don't Leave Me This Way Thelma Houston 3:35
  9. 8 Come to Me France Joli 4:10
  10. 9 Take Your Time (Do It Right) The S.O.S. Band 4:36
  11. 10 Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Santa Esmeralda 3:30
  12. 11 Spank Jimmy "Bo" Horne 5:0
  13. 12 Galaxy War 4:35
  14. 13 I Need a Man Grace Jones 3:20
  15. 14 Heart of Glass Blondie 3:20
  16. 15 Cherchez la Femme/Se Si Bon Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band 5:39
  17. 16 Fly, Robin, Fly The Silver Convention 4:55

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