Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack songs Product Information
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack album for sale was released Feb 17, 2004 on the J label. Not quite a sequel to the original DIRTY DANCING film, DIRTY DANCING: HAVANA NIGHTS is a retelling of the same basic story, but this time set in 1958 Cuba, just before the revolution. You might expect the soundtrack to be full of period music, perhaps as realized by the likes of Ibrahim Ferrer and his cohorts, but instead it's full of modern pop/R&B/hip-hop tracks, mostly sporting a Hispanic flavor. Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack Album Track Listing
|1||Dance Like This |
|2||Dirty Dancing |
|3||Guajira (I Love U 2 Much)|
|4||Can I Walk By |
|6||Beso del Final, El |
|7||Represent, Cuba |
|8||Do You Only Wanna Dance |
|9||You Send Me|
|10||Estuche, El |
|11||Do You Only Wanna Dance|
|12||Satellite (Nave Espacial)|
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack buy CD music Customer Reviews
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This soundtrack is a 5-star must have! I'm not a big "Get up and dance" kind of person but this soundtrack really does make you want to get up and dance!(the movie is awesome and Deigo Luna dances so well to this music!).
By gymnast_4_life14 (Sacramento, CA, USA)
It's the perfect CD for a party! I heard it in like... 5 partys... anyways... I didn't see the movie yet but I'm looking forward to it, just to listen to the music... it's an awesome CD!
By jeanseb155 (Montreal, QC, Canada)
WOW I loved the movie and the music was fantabulous!!Diego Luna's charecter Javier was absolutely sweet sensitive and charming!!(and the cutest piece of hispanic man candy i've ever seen!!) What is there to be said about the soundtrack? it's great! i'm gonna get it put onto my ipod!! I just love latin/hispanic music something about it just frees my soul!! I highly recomend it to anyone one who loves the intoxicating rhythem of this type of music.
By Mia (Edwardsville Il USA)
This cd is awsome I would reccomend it to anyone!!!! I love to dance and both the cd and the movie are perfect.
By Jen (Muskegon, MI)
The CD is wonderful i just got it and can't stop listening where ever i go. I love that song Represent Cuba it really makes me want to get up and dance.
By berni2005 (San Antonio TX USA)
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Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6651564|
|Release Date||Feb 17, 2004|
|Producer||Damon Thomas; Harvey Mason, Jr.; Jazze Pha; Jerry Duplessis; Lester Mendez; Manny Benito; Andres Levin; Angel "Cucco" Pena; Rudy Perez; Wyclef Jean; Clive Davis (Compilation)|
|Engineer||Carlos Paucar; Dabling Harward; John Pirretti; Glen Marchese; Bob "Bassy" Bob Brackmann; David Robbins; Sola; Chip Karpells; Arnold Wolfe; Joe Caldas; Jim Gaines; Kenji Shimoda; Lester Mendez; Michael C. Ross; Andres Levin; Ron Taylor; Jake Davies|
|Recording Time||47 minutes|
|Additional Info||Original Soundtrack|
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