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All Dogs Go to Heaven
Various Artists
All Dogs Go to Heaven
Genre: Soundtracks
 
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CD Details

All Artists: Various Artists
Title: All Dogs Go to Heaven
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Curb Records
Release Date: 7/1/1991
Genre: Soundtracks
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 715187727625
 

CD Reviews

All Dogs Go to Heaven CD Soundtrack
Tania | UK | 12/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"All Dogs Go To Heaven, the 1989 animated feature by Don Bluth, was one of my first cinema experiences, and because of that the movie and the music will always have a very special place in my heart. The music from All Dogs Go To Heaven is just wonderful, it makes me sad that the movie was so poorly recieved by critics when it was released, although it does seem to have something of a cult following with those of us who saw it as young children. It certainly made a huge impression on me.

The CD soundtrack is EXTREMELY rare. I don't actually own a copy and I've been hunting for one that I can afford for the seven years I've been online. Before that I would constantly look in music shops but no luck. This must be one of the rarest, hardest to find soundtracks ever. Which is a tradgey because the music really is brilliant.

The songs are all sung by fairly well known people of that time. Irene Cara ("Fame") sings "Love Survives" which is a beautiful duet that never gets too slushly or cheesy with it's lyrics. Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLuise (who provided voices for two of the main characters in the movie) duet the fun and upbeat "You Can't Keep A Good Dog Down" and Burt Reynolds duets with Melba Moore in the cute "Let Me Be Surprised". Burt Reynolds also gets to sing "What's Mine Is Yours", a rather preachy but still nice song about sharing, and Lana Beeson gets to sing a pretty little slow song called "Soon You'll Come Home". Finally Ken Page sings the fun "Let's Make Music Together" while Candy Devine sings the funky and bouncy "Hallelujah".

The Instrumental tracks are just as good as the songs. The score is great. Most of it is rather loud ("Mardi Gras", "At the Race Track", "Money Montage") and some of it is action-movie like ("Hell Hound", "Dogs to the Rescue") but there is one lovely soft tune called "Goodbye, Anne-Marie" which plays during the final scene in them movie and is a very pretty piece.

If you track down a copy of this - BUY IT. It's a CD well worth having, especially if you like the film. Good luck finding a copy, I've been looking since the mid 1990s and haven't been able to find one in my price range yet!
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Fantastic!
Cheetah | USA | 05/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Outstanding! The movie was amazing and so is the music. Classic songs from the movie...(you should see the movie before you buy the soundtrack) but the music is definatly worth listening to."
5 stars easily!
Tania | 06/15/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Absloutly LOVED the songs! even though i haden't seen it for at least 5 years i new the lyrics by heart. and the characters! they were so imaginative!"