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The Karate Kid II Soundtrack

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The Karate Kid II Soundtrack was only released in the USA on LP / Cassette. In Europe there was an extremely limited release on CD.

The following song tracks were featured in The Karate Kid II:

Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.
The Glory of Love  -  Peter CeteraRock & Roll Over You  -  The Moody BluesFish for Life  -  MancrabRock Around the Clock  -  Paul RodgersLet Me at 'Em  -  Southside JohnnyThis Is the Time  -  Dennis DeYoungEarth Angel  -  New EditionTwo Looking at One  -  Carly Simon
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Song Trivia While Peter Cetera's "GLORY OF LOVE" became a #1 hit from the KARATE KID part II soundtrack, Cetera actually auditioned with a different song called THEY DON'T MAKE 'EM LIKE THEY USED TO. This was an up-tempo tune that Cetera wanted to use to showcase that he did more than sing ballads. However, the producers wanted a ballad so he sang a bit of an unfinished song he had started while still in the band Chicago and that became THE GLORY OF LOVE. -Thanks to Mark

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The Karate Kid II Picture
1986
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Score Music Composer(s): Bill Conti

The instrumental scores to all the Karate Kid movies by Bill Conti were released by Varese Sarabande as a 4 disc Special Edition of just 2500 copies worldwide on 26th March 2007.

The following instrumental Score pieces were featured in The Karate Kid II:

Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.
Main TitleNo MercySix Months LaterBreathing / Daniel Nails ItOkinawHonor Very SeriousTime FliesEnter SatoMiyagi’s HomeNo ChoiceThe FuneralTheir SongRekindled LoveMiyagiMiyagi’s AttackDaniel And KumikoDaniel LeavesOld FriendsMoon SpotsDaniel’s TriumphLove Theme from "The Karate Kid Part II"Storm
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The Karate Kid II