WAYNE’S WORLD Music From The Motion Picture CD 1992. Queen, Cinderella, Bulletboys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, Alice Cooper, Rhino Bucket


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Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
Cinderella: Hot And Bothered
Bulletboys: Rock Candy
Gary Wright: Dream Weaver
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Sikamikanico
Black Sabbath: Time Machine (*)
Wayne And Garth (Mike Myers And Dana Carvey): Wayne’s World Theme (Extended Version)
Tia Carrere: Ballroom Blitz WAYNE’s WORLD
Jimi Hendrix: Foxy Lady
Alice Cooper: Feed My Frankenstein
Rhino Bucket: Ride With Yourself
Eric Clapton: Loving Your Lovin’
Tia Carrere: Why You Wanna Break My Heart

– (*) includes Ronnie James Dio on vocals
– Time Machine is a different version than on the Dehumanizer album


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5.0 out of 5 stars Blazing Soundtrack,
The Saturday Night Live skit-turned movie “Waynes World” was a hot thing back in 1992. It was a fun, silly, and strangely moving film, with somewhat appropriate use of the tag “You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll hurl” (may, or may not be in correct order.) While the movie was quite a hot ticket, the soundtrack that came from the film was also just as hot a ticket – featuring some of the hottest music you could ever hope to hear on a soundtrack.
The most popular track off here is without question Queens “Bohemian Rhapsody.” This song was featured in the Waynes World trailers, and helped to sell the movie to audiences. In return, this movie and soundtrack also gave Queen a relative second-resurrection: gaining much more popularity, as well as being introduced to a younger generation of fans who probably had never even heard of Queen, let alone the bizarre and hypnotic “Bohemian Rhapsody” beforehand.

Besides that classic juggernaut, other classics on here are the dreamy and ethereal “Dream Weaver” from Gary Wright, and Jimi Hendrixs scorching “Foxy Lady.” You also get newer tracks by such classic artists as Alice Cooper, who performs the grotesquely fun, and hilarious “Feed My Frankenstein,” Black Sabbath performs the chunky “Time Machine,” and Eric Clapton gives us a classy, bar band/blues-inspired rocker “Loving Your Loving.”

In addition to these, you get tracks from modern rock artists such as “Sikamikanico,” the hyper-charged, manic, head-bopping funk-rock track from The Red Hot Chili Peppers, two tracks from the lovely and smart Tia Carrere (“Ballroom Blitz” and “Why You Wanna Break My Heart”), who plays in the film as Waynes love interest. She also sings incredibly well. In addition to a few other tracks, theres the “Waynes World Theme,” which manages to be goofy, but just as melodic, infectious and singable. Excellent stuff.

Excellent music to an excellent soundtrack. Watch the film and purchase the soundtrack for the excellent music, which will make the whole “Waynes World” experience complete. Also, see the sequel entitled “Waynes World 2,” and pick up the soundtrack to that as well — a second dose of hot music which combines some of the hot classics with a few modern tracks from modern artists. Variety is the spice of life. Pick those up, and remember to “party on.”

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent soundtrack,
I recently got this CD, and it is already one of my favorite soundtracks. It is full of terrific rock songs, and it perfectly complements the movie.
1)Bohemian Rhapsody-Queen: the most popular song on here. Its unlike anything I have ever heard before, and its a great singalong song. This gave Queen a whole new generation of fans.
2)Hot and Bothered-Cinderella: pretty good rock song. Sound a little like AC/DC, but it works.
3)Rock Candy-BulletBoys: really good song. The lyrics are similar to Def Leppards “Pour Some Sugar on Me”. Very catchy.
4)Dream Weaver-Gary Wright: one of those songs you can’t help but like. The lyrics are a little cheesy, but it works for the song.
5)Sikamikanico-Red Hot Chili Peppers: I like this song. Its weird listening to it, considering how much they’ve changed since they recorded this song. I love the guitars on this song.
6)Time Machine-Black Sabbath: another good song. One of the heaviest songs on this album.
7)Waynes World Theme- Mike Myers and Dana Carvey: pretty good song. It sums up the movie perfectly.
8)Ballroom Blitz- Tia Carrere: she has a really good voice. This was a good song choice for her.
9)Foxy Lady- Jimi Hendrix: my favorite Hendrix song. I can’t get enough of this song.
10)Feed My Frankenstein- Alice Cooper: probably my favorite song on the album. Very filthy, hilarious, and excellent.
11)Ride With Yourself- Rhino Bucket: I like this song a lot. Terrific addition to this soundtrack.
12)Loving Your Lovin’- Eric Clapton: another good song. Eric Clapton is very talented and this song shows off his skills.
13)Why You Wanna Break My Heart- Tia Carrere: another perfect song for her. I think she could have had a really good music career.

So there you have it. Even if you’re not a big fan of the movie, chances are you will love this soundtrack. Its got a great mixture of rock songs and you can listen to it over and over. There are so many good songs here, you’re bound to find something you’ll like.

It was 1992, Alternative rock and grunge rock were booming all around, glam and hair rock was still floating around, and rock was just on top in general.

While the next wave was listening to NIRVANA and PEPPERS, the old school rockers were finding that bands like AC/DC and AEROSMITH were also cool again.

This was the first time that I realized that ROCK was a lifestyle, not a genre. My eyes were starting to open to the world that layed ahead.

All though rock would fade and spark again and again throughout the nineties, this was my favorite fire.

WAYNES WORLD had much to do with all of this. I owned this soundtrack when I was nine years old, I loved the movie. I was turned onto great names such as ALICE COOPER, CHILI PEPPERS and dare I say it QUEEN. The movie made BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY into a number one single some fifteen, sixteen years after it was released.

This CD is just lots of types of rock, and it came out at just the right time. It made the rock army stronger than ever, pulling together all generations of rockers. It was beautiful, today very little youth still knows about rock. We need a new movement like WAYNES WORLD.

Also the “CASSANDRA” version of BALLROOM BLITZ really rips it up.

5.0 out of 5 stars It was a Darn Good CD
I purchaced this CD a few months ago, and i realized that this CD was pretty neato. The Album contains a dozen and one tracks including Dream Weaver by Gary Wright, The Theme of the Movie, and, my personal favorite Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen. The songs on this CD are hit songs of the early ’90s and other various eras of music. Though most of the songs on this CD are in the movie, a few were not, but I really enjoy the CD and i hope all of you people reading this will buy the CD too, and Party On!

5.0 out of 5 stars waynes universe,
Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen is the best followed by Feed My Frankenstein by Alice Cooper. Waynes World Theme by Mike Myers and Dana Carvey is pretty funny and the Eric Clapton song Lovin Your Lovin has some good beats. Not the best soundtrack album with songs but great to listen to once in a while.

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Soundtrack,
This is a great soundtrack. It is enjoyable and fun to listen to. The Best Songs on this CD are all of them

5.0 out of 5 stars Most Excellent collection of riffs,
This review is from: Waynes World: Music From The Motion Picture (Audio CD)
perfect for road trips……Bohemian Rhapsody had my head going from the start….

5.0 out of 5 stars This is the best soundtrack ever!,
If you were only to get one soundtrack ever you should get this one. I love all the songs on here

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent!,
the most awesomest soundtrack ever

5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT!! AS GOOD AS THE MOVIE!,
This is a brilliant soundtrack. It is as good as the movie which was also brilliant. If you like the movie you’ll like this CD. This is brilliant especially The Red Hot Chilli Peppers song.

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