Rocky IV Soundtrack

Rocky IV Soundtrack


Vocal Song Tracks

Rocky IV featured the following songs:

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Artists are linked if they appear in other featured movies.


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Song Trivia

Editor Nick
Peter Cetera allegedly originally created his best-selling solo single "Glory of Love" for the end title for Rocky IV, but was passed over by United Artists.

It was, of course, used in the Karate Kid Part II instead.

Next: The Instrumental Music

Instrumental Score

Primary Composer(s): Vince Dicola

Rocky IV featured the following pieces of instrumental music:

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Score Trivia

Thanks to Charles
Rocky IV is the only film in the series with music not scored by composer Bill Conti. Conti was unable to score this film, as he was apparently busy with The Karate Kid and The Karate Kid Part II.

Vince DeCola composed the film's music as well as many of the songs on the soundtrack such as "No Easy Way Out" and "Hearts on Fire". Bill Conti, who composed the famous Rocky theme "Gonna Fly Now" and the music for Rocky I, II and III, would return to do the score for Rocky V.

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