Grease Soundtrack (

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Grease is a musical about teens in love in the 1950s. It's California 1958 and greaser Danny Zuko (John Travolta) and Australian Sandy Olsson (Olivia Newton-John) are in love. They spend time at the beach, and when they go back to school, what neither of them knows is that they both now attend Rydell High. Danny's the leader of the T-Birds, a group of black leather jacket-wearing greasers while Sandy hangs with the Pink Ladies, a group of pink-wearing girls led by Rizzo (Stockard Channing). When they clash at Rydell's first pep rally, Danny isn't the same Danny from the beach. They try to be like each other so they can be together.

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Play Title Artist
Barry Gibb: Writer
Frankie Valli: Performer
Summer Nights
Hopelessly Devoted to You
Beauty School Drop-Out
Look At Me I'm Sandra Dee
Greased Lightning
It's Raining on Prom Night
Blue Moon
Rock 'N' Roll Is Here to Stay
Those Magic Changes
Hound Dog
Born to Hand Jive
Alma Mater
Freddy, My Love
Rock 'N' Roll Party Queen
There Are Worse Things I Could Do
Look At Me I'm Sandra Dee (reprise)
You're the One That I Want
We Go Together
Tears on My Pillow
Love Is a Many Splendored Thing
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
La Bamba

User reviews

William Hall

The Grease soundtrack perfectly captures the nostalgic and energetic feel of the 1950s era, transporting listeners back in time with its classic tunes.

Andrew Davis

The energy and enthusiasm in songs like Greased Lightnin' and You're the One That I Want make them instant classics that are impossible not to sing along to.

Andrew Clark

The songs in Grease are incredibly catchy and memorable, making it easy to sing along and enjoy the music even outside of the movie.

Betty Robinson

The soundtrack of Grease perfectly complements the storyline of the movie, enhancing the emotions and experiences of the characters with each song.

Thomas Adams

The emotional depth in songs like Hopelessly Devoted to You and There Are Worse Things I Could Do adds a layer of complexity to the characters and their relationships.

Brian Campbell

The vocal performances in the songs showcase the talented cast and their ability to bring the characters to life through music.

Sarah Carter

The vocal performances in the soundtrack are top-notch, with each actor bringing their own unique style and personality to their songs, adding depth and character to the music.

Patricia Gonzalez

The soundtrack's ability to transport listeners back to the 1950s with its authentic sound and lyrics is truly impressive.

Betty Brown

Overall, the Grease soundtrack is a musical masterpiece that continues to resonate with fans decades after its initial release.

Sarah Garcia

The iconic songs like Summer Nights and You're the One That I Want are timeless classics that have stood the test of time, remaining popular and beloved by fans around the world.

Donna Nelson

Despite being set in the 1950s, some of the musical arrangements in Grease feel overly polished and modern, detracting from the authenticity of the time period. The anachronistic production choices can make it challenging for listeners to fully immerse themselves in the nostalgic atmosphere of the film.

Betty Thomas

The blend of rock and roll, doo-wop, and pop music in the Grease soundtrack creates a diverse and engaging listening experience that appeals to a wide range of musical tastes.

Stephanie Hernandez

The soundtrack effectively captures the essence of teenage angst, rebellion, and young love, making it relatable to audiences of all ages.

Thomas Brown

The soundtrack of Grease lacks diversity in musical styles, with most songs being traditional 50s rock and roll tunes. The lack of variety makes the soundtrack feel repetitive and monotonous after a while.

Joseph Wright

The iconic song Summer Nights is a standout track that beautifully portrays the excitement and romance of young love.

Robert White

Overall, the Grease soundtrack is a vibrant and dynamic collection of songs that not only enhance the movie but also stand on their own as a fantastic musical experience.

Richard White

The soundtrack of Grease perfectly captures the nostalgic and fun spirit of the 1950s teenage culture.

Margaret Robinson

The chemistry between John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John shines through in their duets, adding an extra layer of emotion and authenticity to the soundtrack.

Brian Lopez

The songs in Grease have a timeless quality to them, making them just as enjoyable to listen to now as they were when the movie was released.

Edward Adams

Some of the lyrics in the songs of Grease can be seen as outdated and reinforcing gender stereotypes. For example, the song Summer Nights perpetuates the idea that women should be coy and passive while men boast about their conquests, which can be off-putting to modern audiences.

Ronald Carter

The variety of musical styles in the soundtrack adds depth and interest to the overall listening experience.