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|Miami Vice 2: Soundtrack|
|Released||29 December 1986|
About the album Edit
The album is the soundtrack to the television series that stars Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas, which was first aired during the 1980s. As a cultural movement, Miami Vice defined many of the visual aspects of popular entertainment. Michael Mann's classy cop show also put music front and center; in particular, songs which dictated plot, mood, and action.
The album includes Roxy Music's rare "Lover" and the Damned's "In Dulce Decorum". The compilation also includes Andy Taylor's "When The Rain Comes Down", which features in the episode called Stones War. Andy Taylor appeared in another episode called What Ever Works with the Power Station performing the song "Get It On (Bang a Gong)". During this period Don Johnson introduced the Power Station at Live Aid in July 1985.
Track listing Edit
- "Mercy" - Steve Jones
- "Send it to Me" - Gladys Knight & the Pips
- "Take Me Home" - Phil Collins
- "Last Unbroken Heart" - Bill Champlin and Patti La Belle
- "Crockett's Theme" (instrumental) - Jan Hammer
- "When The Rain Comes Down" - Andy Taylor
- "Lover" - Roxy Music
- "Lives in the Balance" - Jackson Brown
- "In Dulce Decorum" - The Damned
- "Miami Vice: New York Theme (instrumental) - Jan Hammer