Beverly Hills Cop Soundtrack (

Beverly Hills Cop Soundtrack (1984) cover

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Rating: 7.40/10 from 200000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Superdetective en Hollywood

Title in Português:

O Caça-Polícias


After the murder of his childhood friend, the slick Detroit detective, Axel Foley, heads to sunny Beverly Hills, on a one-man mission to ferret out the killer and bring him to justice.

Before long, Axel and his unorthodox methods unearth the lucrative drug operation of the powerful local crime kingpin, Victor Maitland; however, Foley, too, will find himself in deep trouble, as Lieutenant Andrew Bogomil wants him out of town.

Now, Axel will have to team up with Detectives, John Taggart, and Billy Rosewood, to shed light on the thick conspiracy, and finish what he has started.

Will Foley's total disregard for proper procedure bear fruit?

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Beverly Hills Cop
The Heat Is On
Keith Forsey: Writer
Keith Forsey: Produced
Glenn Frey: Performer
Neutron Dance
The Pointer Sisters: Performer
Richard Perry: Produced
Allee Willis: Writer
Stir It Up
Keith Forsey: Produced
Patti LaBelle: Performer
Allee Willis: Writer
Do You Really (Want My Love?)
Junior: Writer
Junior: Performer
Nigel Martinez: Produced
New Attitude
Patti LaBelle: Performer
Sharon Robinson: Writer
Nasty Girl
Vanity: Writer
Don't Get Stopped In Beverly Hills
Rock 'N' Roll Me Again
Axel F
Don't Get Stopped In Beverly Hills
Shalamar: Performer
Rock 'N' Roll Me Again
Marc Benno: Performer

User reviews

Kenneth Roberts

Overall, the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack is a standout feature of the movie and contributes significantly to its lasting appeal.

Michelle Parker

The iconic theme song, Axel F, is a timeless classic that instantly transports you back to the 80s.

Daniel Campbell

The Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack perfectly captures the energetic and adventurous spirit of the film.

Laura Harris

The use of synthesizers and electronic elements gives the soundtrack a unique and futuristic quality.

William Wright

The music enhances the action sequences and adds excitement to the chase scenes.

Lisa Anderson

The iconic theme song, Axel F by Harold Faltermeyer, is instantly recognizable and sets the tone for the entire film.

Susan Lopez

The soundtrack features a great mix of upbeat tracks and suspenseful cues that keep you engaged throughout the movie.

Matthew White

In my opinion, the soundtrack of Beverly Hills Cop missed the mark in terms of enhancing the emotional depth of the characters and the suspense of the plot. The music felt disconnected from the narrative, failing to enhance the overall viewing experience for me.

Sarah Lopez

The diverse range of musical styles in the soundtrack adds depth and dimension to the overall sound of the film.

Susan Moore

Overall, the soundtrack of Beverly Hills Cop is a standout feature of the film, contributing significantly to its overall success.

William Davis

The emotional depth of the soundtrack adds layers to the character development and intensifies the suspense.

Daniel Martin

The soundtrack of Beverly Hills Cop is memorable and stands out as one of the highlights of the movie.

Donald Anderson

The soundtrack complements the on-screen action and helps to build tension during key moments in the film.

Paul Brown

The music sets the tone for the action-packed scenes and enhances the overall viewing experience.

Daniel Wilson

The music enhances the emotional depth of the story and adds another layer of intensity to the plot twists.

Karen White

I found the choice of musical instruments to be jarring at times, disrupting the flow of the movie rather than enhancing the overall experience. The soundtrack did not succeed in creating a cohesive atmosphere that complemented the storyline.

Donna Johnson

The memorable melodies and catchy tunes make the soundtrack enjoyable to listen to even outside of the movie context.

Daniel Perez

The soundtrack of Beverly Hills Cop did not resonate with me as much as I hoped. The music felt outdated and failed to capture the intensity and drama of the plot. The lack of memorable melodies made certain scenes feel flat and unengaging.

Joshua Evans

The incorporation of different musical styles, such as jazz and rock, adds variety and keeps the audience engaged.

Dorothy Johnson

The soundtrack effectively builds tension during key moments, creating a sense of urgency that drives the narrative forward.

James Smith

The soundtrack of Beverly Hills Cop perfectly captures the energetic and adventurous spirit of the movie.

Sarah Phillips

The use of synthesizers and electronic elements in the score gives the music a unique and modern feel.