Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Mi Vida Loca (1993 Film)
Genres: Jazz, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Soundtracks
Where's the oldies???
Rob Thomas | California | 08/20/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Out of all of the early '90s, L.A. gangster flicks, this one probably had the best set of Chicano oldie tracks. The movie was laced with them, yet none are on the soundtrack. Kind of a waste.
Sure, you can get those oldies anywhere. But it would be nice to have those songs from this movie on one cd. Again, it was a good sequence they used.
Aside from that; It's okay, I guess, if you're a fan of b-list L.A. Chicano rappers. But, even if you are, you can get better music from their respective albums. LSOB's first CD from '91 was tight. If you have that, then you're really not missing anything by letting the 'Loca' soundtrack pass."
Hello!!! what happened here???
SEXY CHICA | CALIFORNIA | 12/23/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Ok lets get right to the point veary chingon movie, lots of action good gangster s*** but this!!! I mean wheres the firme musica??? You would think with such a great movie the soundtrack to the movie would be so bueno but it just doesent grab my attention at all. I mean some of the songs are good like the one bye Funkadoobiest and Girls It Aint Easy bye the 4 Corners and the one bye Boss Catch Hit and Run but on these songs they are a different version of the songs not the ones like the way they were in the movie and they left some good songs out for instence, the one So Ruff so Tuff by Zapp and Roger great song!!! but not on there. Well I have them already it's just the point that they left some stuff out. Well... just understand me, in what i'm saying and get somthing else like the Bound By Honor soundtrack. Now thats a good one!!! as for the 1 in rating well you figure it out."
Veronica Andrews | USA | 08/24/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Okay, I personally only like about three or four songs off this cd. The rest are aight but just not the kinda music I get into easily. The best songs on here are 4 Corners' songs Girls It Ain't Easy & Suavecito and the two tracks by Lighter Shade of Brown. Hey DJ I had heard before I even saw the movie and I loved it. Two Lovers is one cuz I know a lot of guys who have had two women he loved or at least liked a lot n couldn't choose between em. And I myself have been in a position of having two vatos I like a lot and knowin I had to choose. Anyhow, I like the cd, don't regret buyin it but like others have said the score woulda been a good addition to it."