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9 Weeks Soundtrack

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The soundtrack contains a mixture of the pop tracks used in the movie, including "The City Never Sleeps" by the Eurythmics and "Leave Your Hat On" by Joe Cocker. Jack Nitzsche's moody and atmospheric instrumental music is also a vital ingredient in the movie.

The following song tracks were featured in 9 Weeks:

Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.
I Do What I Do [Theme for 9 Weeks]  -  John TaylorBest Is Yet to Come  -  LubaSlave to Love  -  Bryan FerryBlack on Black  -  DalbelloEurasian Eyes  -  Corey HartYou Can Leave Your Hat On  -  Joe CockerBread and Butter  -  DevoThis City Never Sleeps  -  EurythmicsCannes  -  Stewart CopelandLet It Go  -  Luba
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Song Trivia John Taylor, bassist for Duran Duran, tried his first stint at singing (solo at that) on the soundtrack for this movie. He sang "I Do What I Do." -Thanks to Lisa

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9 Weeks Picture
1986
Kim Basinger stars...
Score Music Composer(s): Michael Hoenig, Jack Nitzsche

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The following instrumental Score pieces were featured in 9 Weeks:

Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.
Ambient Music 1: Music for Airports - Brian EnoVoices - Brian EnoArpegiator - Jean Michel Jarre
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