15 Jul 1988(58 Songs)
Gene Kelly - Singin' in the Rain (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Never appears overtly, but elements of it are woven into the score so heavily that it had to be licensed for the movie.
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Plays as the vault opens after the FBI orders the power cut to the building and later over the credits.
Run DMC - A Very Special Christmas, Vol. 1
Song plays in the limo as it approaches Nakatomi Plaza.
Ludwig van Beethoven - We Are 1 - A Musical Edu Training (Mother and Child Bonding & Learning Experience)
Stevie Wonder - At the Close of a Century
Argyle in the garage,car partying waiting for John's call
Johann Sebastian Bach
Vaughn Monroe - Best of Vaughn Monroe
This is the actual song, not the version from the movie. The movie version is shorter, lacks female accompaniment, and just sounds better
Felix Bernard & Dick Smith - Best of Christmas - Hammond
CAST PERFORMANCE featuring Bruce Willis
McClane (Bruce Willis) whistles a LIVE VERSION of this
CAST PERFORMANCE featuring Reginald VelJohnson
Sgt Powell (Reginald VelJohnson) hums a LIVE VERSION of this
Stevie Wonder & Andra Day
Bing Crosby - Merry Christmas at the Movies
May not appear explicitly.
When John steps off the elevator at Nakatomi Plaza at the beginning.
Originally a ‘temp track’, the studio decided to leave it in. The poignant music heard when McClane and Powell see each other for the first time, is from John Scott’s original score for "Man On Fire."
Michael Kamen - Back to Gaya (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Michael Kamen - 20th Century Fox: 75 Years Of Great Film Music
Michael Kamen - 20th Century Fox: 75 Years of Great Film Music
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