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Many things can be said about Def Jam's Rush Hour 2 soundtrack, an album that is both impressive yet at the same time disappointing. The 17 songs here essentially function as a sampler, giving nearly every artist from Def Jam and Def Soul a moment in the spotlight. And given this approach, you can't help but be impressed by Def Jam's deep pool of talent: Ludacris, Method Man, Redman, Montell Jordan, Keith Murray, LL Cool J, Musiq, and just as many up-and-coming artists such as teen pop singer Christina Milian. Furthermore, Def Jam hires some.
Redirected from Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack). Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 1998 comedy film Rush Hour. It was released on September 15, 1998 through Def Jam and consisted of hip hop and R&B music. The soundtrack was a huge success, peaking at 5 on the Billboard 200 and 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and spawned the single "How Deep Is Your Love". The soundtrack was certified gold on October 15, 1998 and platinum on January 21, 1999.
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Cool Rush Hour Movie Album. First off, this isn't really focused on the movie. As you can see from the title (Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack) this is mainly an excuse to get a compilation of Def Jam artists out there. There is nothing unique or special about these songs, but they are enjoyable. The album opens up with the "Skit" Never Touch A Black Mans Radio from the movie.
Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 1998 comedy film Rush Hour. It was released on September 15, 1998, through Def Jam and consisted of hip hop and R&B music. The soundtrack was certified gold on October 15, 1998, and platinum on January 21, 1999. The tracks "Fantasy" by Mariah Carey and "Another Part of Me" by Michael Jackson are not on the soundtrack, despite being heard in the film.
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|A1||–Chris Tucker||Never Touch A Black Man's Radio (Skit)||0:16|
|A2||–Dru Hill Featuring Redman||How Deep Is Your Love||4:11|
|A3||–Case And Joe||Faded Pictures
Producer – Joe
|A4||–Jay-Z Featuring Amil (of Major Coinz)* And JA*||Can I Get A...
Producer – Irv Gotti, Lil' Rob
|A5||–Jackie Chan||Jackie Chan Kicks Ass (Skit)||0:09|
|A6||–Wu-Tang Clan||And You Don't Stop
Producer – Dame Grease*
|A7||–Ja Rule||Bitch Betta Have My Money
Producer – Irv Gotti, Lil' Rob
|A8||–Chris Tucker||Is This Weed...Cigaweed (Skit)||0:25|
Backing Vocals – Grenique Harper*Producer – Vada*
|A10||–Chris Tucker W/ Chief||Blow Shit Up...FBI Wants You (Skit)||0:32|
|A11||–Slick Rick||Impress The Kid
Producer – DJ S&S
|A12||–Montell Jordan Featuring Monifah & Flesh-N-Bone||If I Die Tonight
Backing Vocals – Mary Brown, Montell JordanProducer – Rob Furasi*, Vincent Herbert
|B1||–Jon B.*||Glad That We Loved
Backing Vocals – Joey Elian, Jon B.*Producer – Jon B.*
|B2||–Chris Tucker||I'll Be On A Big FBI Case (Skit)||0:06|
|B3||–Terror Squad||Terror Squadians
Producer – Curt GowdyRap – Armageddon , Big Punisher, Cuban Link, Fat Joe, Prospect
|B4||–Chris Tucker||Please Tell Me You Speak English... (Skit)||0:12|
|B5||–Tray Deee* Featuring Jayo Felony & Daz*||Way Too Crazy
Producer – Priest "Soopafly" Brooks
|B6||–Charli Baltimore Featuring Cam'ron & Noreaga||N.B.C.
Co-producer – Lance "Un" Rivera*Producer – Darrell "Digga" Branch
|B7||–Terry Dexter||You'll Never Miss Me 'Til I'm Gone
Backing Vocals – Terry DexterProducer – Darryl "Day" Pearson*
|B8||–Kasino Featuring Nite & Day||Nasty Girl
Producer – Daven "Prestige" VanderpoolScratches – DJ I-Roc*
Producer – Bert Price
|B10||–Chris Tucker & Jackie Chan||I'm Michael Jackson, You Tito (Skit)||0:17|
|B11||–Too $hort*||Tell The Feds
Backing Vocals – Slink CaponeProducer – Quinton "Black" Banks*
|B12||–Lalo Schifrin||Rush Hour Main Title Theme||1:17|
|B13||–Chris Tucker||Take This Badge And Shove It||0:33|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rush Associated Labels Recordings
- Copyright (c) – New Line Productions, Inc.
- Marketed By – Def Jam Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Polygram Records (Thailand) Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Pt. Suara Sentral Sejati
- Executive-Producer – Brett Ratner, Kedar Massenburg, Lyor Cohen
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 314538274-4 8
|314 558 663-2||Various||Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack (CD, Comp)||Rush Associated Labels||314 558 663-2||US||1998|
|558 663-2||Various||Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack (CD, Comp)||Def Jam Recordings||558 663-2||Europe||1998|
|314 558 663-4||Various||Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack (Cass, Album)||Def Jam Recordings||314 558 663-4||Canada||1998|
|558 663-4||Various||Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack (Cass, Comp)||Def Jam Recordings||558 663-4||Europe||1998|
|314 558 663-4||Various||Def Jam's Rush Hour Soundtrack (Cass, Comp)||Rush Associated Labels||314 558 663-4||US||1998|