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Supercop (soundtrack)

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Supercop (soundtrack)

Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released July 30, 1996
Recorded 1996
Genre Alternative rock, Hip hop
Label Interscope
Producer Mark Walk, Warren G, Danny Saber, Devo, Tupac Shakur, Dimebag Darrell, John Reis, Dat Nigga Daz, No Doubt, Joel McNeely
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Supercop is the soundtrack to the 1996 action film, Supercop. It was released on July 30, 1996 by Interscope Records and consisted of various types of music including alternative rock and hip hop. The soundtrack wasn't much of a success, only making it to #133 on the Billboard 200, but Warren G and Adina Howard's cover of What's Love Got to Do With It made it #32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #5 on the Hot Rap Tracks Tupac's rhyme with the Outlaw Immortalz on this soundtrack would reappear as the only single to the Gang Related (soundtrack) after his death following Supercop's release.

Track listing

  1. "Kung Fu Fighting" (Tom Jones & Ruby)
  2. "What's Love Got to Do With It" (Warren G & Adina Howard)
  3. "Harry the Dog" (Black Grape)
  4. "Head Like a Hole" (Devo)
  5. "Made Niggaz" (Tupac Shakur & Outlawz)
  6. "Caged in a Rage" (Dimebag Darrell)
  7. "On a Rope" (Rocket from the Crypt)
  8. "Stayin' Alive" (Siobhan Lynch)
  9. "I'll Do It" (Tha Dogg Pound & Kausion)
  10. "Great Life" (Goatboy)
  11. "Open the Gate" (No Doubt)
  12. "Pubstar" (Pur)
  13. "Scorched Youth Policy" (Polara)
  14. "Supercop" (Devo)
  15. "Main Title from Supercop" (Joel McNeely)
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