|–BNB Construction Union||Lifetime Warranty||3:44|
|–Monolith||At The T.O.P.||4:37|
|–Land Mindz, CheckMate||Rapid Fire (The Hot Shit)||4:30|
|–Rick Threat||Iron Shirt||4:49|
|–Souljah (Camp), Fly Fox||Drastic Years||4:05|
|–All Sides||What I Got||3:06|
|–Crowned Royals||Rapper's Reply||3:44|
|–Citizen Kane||Reality N' Facts||3:53|
|–Universal , Kesole||Pipe Dreams||3:42|
|–Land Mindz||Silverlining aka The Evil In Men||3:52|
|–All Sides||Lookin' Out||4:02|
|–Point Blank , Ashes||Years To My Life||4:00|
|BR56601||Various||Prime Time: The Original Soundtrack (CD, Comp, Alb)||Brougham Records||BR56601||Canada||1999|
|BR56601-1||Various||Prime Time: The Original Soundtrack (12", EP)||Brougham Records||BR56601-1||Canada||1999|
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A soundtrack album is any album that incorporates music directly recorded from the soundtrack of a particular feature film or television show. The first such album to be commercially released was Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the soundtrack to the film of the same name, in 1938. The first soundtrack album of a film's orchestral score was that for Alexander Korda's 1942 film Jungle Book, composed by Miklós Rózsa.
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Good Time (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is a soundtrack album by electronic musician Oneohtrix Point Never, containing the score for the Safdie brothers' 2017 film Good Time. It was released on August 10, 2017 via Warp Records. It includes a collaboration with singer Iggy Pop.
Album · 2013 · 9 Songs. The Luckiest (About Time version). 2. How Long Will I Love You. Jon Boden, Sam Sweeney & Ben Coleman.
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At the time of its release, this was the watershed for soundtracks, selling a kazillion copies. It documents Whitney Houston's character in the Kevin Costner movie, which required Houston to play only herself (although one hopes she wouldn't end up with someone as smarmy as Costner). The album is as much a testament to the production of Babyface who, through the mid-1990s, actually was the mainstream of contemporary hit music. Houston's singing is much better than her acting, and almost every song enjoyed a long tenure at the top of all the charts.