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Fast Five (ost)
Artist: Various
UPC: 00018771883920
Label: Abkco Music & Records
Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
    OUR PRICE: $11.97  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: May 2011
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Track Listing
1 How We Roll [Fast Five Remix] - Don Omar/Reek da Villian/J-Doe/J-Dow/Busta Rhymes (remix)
2 Danza Kuduro - Don Omar/Danza Kuduro - (featuring Lucenzo)
3 Follow Me Follow Me (Quem Que Caguetou?) [Fast 5 Hybrid Remix] - Tejo Damasceno/Speed/Tejo Black Alien & Speed/Black Alien (remix)
4 Fast Five Suite - Brian Tyler
5 Furiously Dangerous - Ludacris - (featuring Slaughterhouse/Claret Jai/Slaughterhouse)
6 Desabafo/Deixa Eu Dizer - Cl udia/Claudia/Marcelo D2
7 Assembling the Team - Brian Tyler
8 L. Gelada -- 3 da Madrugada - MV Bill/3 Da Madrugada
9 Carlito Marron - Carlinhos Brown
10 Han Drifting - Hybrid
11 Million Dollar Race - Hybrid/Edu K
12 Mad Skills - Brian Tyler
13 Batalha - ObandO
Release Date : 05/03/2011
General Description : Collection
Muze Genre-sub class : Soundtracks
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 50 minutes 48 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : The fifth installment in the Fast & Furious film franchise is set in Brazil, which provides the reasoning behind this soundtrack album full of reggaeton and rhythmic Latin tracks. Don Omar and Ludacris appear in the movie, alongside stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, so it's only natural that the rappers also contribute music, including Omar's "How We Roll [Fast Five Remix]," featuring Busta Rhymes, Reek da Villian, and J-Doe, and Ludacris' "Furiously Dangerous" featuring Slaughterhouse and Claret Jai. But most of the music is provided by reggaeton acts like Marcelo D2. Score composer Brian Tyler chips in with three appropriately driven tracks, "Assembling the Team," "Mad Skills," and "Fast Five Suite." The goal here is to accompany a picture that, as usual, is packed with driving sequences involving flashy cars, beautiful, scantily clad women, and muscled men. That goal is accomplished with this beat-heavy music and the gruff, aggressive Latin rapping. ~ William Ruhlmann