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Woo [Original Soundtrack]

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5/5/1998

Review

Predictably, the soundtrack to the Jada Pinkett/Tommy Davidson comedy Woo is a blend of urban soul and hip-hop. In that respect, it's virtually interchangeable with almost any soundtrack from an urban comedy in the late '90s. The difference, of course, is in the details, and Woo has a few good cuts, including Brownstone's "Searchin' (For Your Love)," Cam'ron's "357," Adina Howard and Jamie Foxx's "T-Shirt and Panties," and Charli Baltimore's "Money," but the filler is too undistinguished to make the record a consistently enjoyable listen. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Woo Woo MC Lyte 3:34
  3. 2 Money Charli Baltimore 3:44
  4. 3 Bouncin' Lost Boys 4:21
  5. 4 Nobody Does It Better Nate Dogg 4:53
  6. 5 Get'n It On Mona Lisa 4:25
  7. 6 If You Love Me Stokley Williams 4:24
  8. 7 T-Shirt and Panties Adina Howard 4:50
  9. 8 Niggaz Done Started Something DMX 4:55
  10. 9 J-A-N-E Meets N.O.R.E. Jane Blaze 3:51
  11. 10 357 Cam'ron 3:25
  12. 11 Let It Be Allure 4:9
  13. 12 Take a Ride 4:28
  14. 13 I Will Simone Hines 3:40
  15. 14 Superman Chico DeBarge 4:12
  16. 15 Searching (For Your Love) Brownstone 4:37
  17. 16 Drama in My Life 8Ball 5:27
  18. 17 I Know You Love Her Slink Capone 5:10

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