Various ‎– A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Music From The New Line Cinema Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Jive ‎– 1258-2-J
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1 Bruce Dickinson Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter 4:57
2 Romeo's Daughter Heaven In The Back Seat 3:55
3 W.A.S.P. Savage 3:31
4 Mammoth (2) Can't Take The Hurt 4:20
5 Slave Raider What Do You Know About Rock 'N' Roll? 3:32
6 Whodini Any Way I Gotta Swing It 4:30
7 Samantha Fox Now I Lay Me Down 4:20
8 Kool Moe Dee Let's Go 5:21
9 Doctor Ice Word Up Doc! 3:21
10 Schoolly D Livin' In The Jungle 3:35



Track 1 was later re-recorded by Iron Maiden and became their only #1 single.
Track 8 is a "dis" track putting down LL Cool J.

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  • Barcode (EAN-Code, Scanned): 0012414125828

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May 20, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

This is a pretty good soundtrack. A balanced mix of metal and rap with rare (I betcha)tracks. 80s metal fans will like "Bring Your Daughter to the Slaugther" by Bruce Dickinson and "Savage" by WASP. "What Do You Know about Rock and Roll" by Slave Rider is a good and RARE 80s metal song with an eerie sounding ending(as if you stepped into a dream). I like that. On the hip-hop side, you got "Anyway I Gotta Swing It" by Whodini, Let's Go" by Kool Moe Dee, and "Living In Da Jungle" by Schooly D, all good, "get hyped" tracks. The only disappointing track is "Now I Lay Me Down" by Samantha Fox. Miss Fox's voice sounded too strained and overall, it's not much "fire" like "I Wanna Have Some Fun." So..this sountrack all in all gets 4 stars (scale of 1-5 stars)