Road House Soundtrack (

Road House Soundtrack (1989) cover

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 86000 votes
Tags: bouncer, sex on first date
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

De profesión: duro

Title in Italiano:

Il duro del Road House

Title in Português:

Profissão: Duro

Synopsis

Serene and laconic but powerful and lethal, expert martial artist Dalton is the best professional bouncer in the business. With his reputation preceding him, Dalton arrives in Jasper, Missouri, to clean up The Double Deuce, a seedy bar terrorised by troublemakers.

However, Dalton is unaware that villainous local entrepreneur Brad Wesley wants things to stay as they are. As a result, the newcomer gets a deep stab wound from Wesley's hired goons, catching charming physician Dr Elizabeth Clay's eye. For this alone, corrupt Wesley has enough reason to get rid of Dalton at all costs. But a bouncer like Dalton always has the final say.

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Play Title Artist
Road House
Don't Throw Stones
Waddy Wachtel: Produced
Cruzados: Performer
Tito Larriva: Writer
Savoire Faire
Waddy Wachtel: Produced
Cruzados: Performer
Willy DeVille: Writer
On the Road Again
Floyd Jones: Writer
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Confidence Man
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
John Hiatt: Writer
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Runaround Sue
Dion DiMucci: Writer
Dion DiMucci: Performer
Long Tall Sally
Travelin' Band
John Fogerty: Writer
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Good Heart
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
Maria McKee: Writer
Blue Monday
Bob Seger: Produced
Bob Seger: Performer
David Bartholomew: Writer
Sh-Boom
The Crew Cuts: Performer
James Keyes: Writer
One Foot on the Gravel
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Jeff Healey: Writer
Hear That Guitar Ring
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Mustang Sally
Mack Rice: Writer
Wilson Pickett: Performer
Knock on Wood
Eddie Floyd: Writer
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
I'm Tore Down
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Sonny Thompson: Writer
Fire in the Night
Alabama: Performer
Do You Really Want Me
Kristine W: Performer
Roadhouse Blues
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
Jim Morrison: Writer
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
These Arms of Mine
Otis Redding: Writer
Otis Redding: Performer
Raising Heaven (in Hell) Tonight
Patrick Swayze: Performer
Willie Nile: Writer
David Kershenbaum: Produced
Cliff's Edge
Patrick Swayze: Writer
Patrick Swayze: Performer
David Kershenbaum: Produced
Right from the Start
Earl Thomas Conley: Performer
All My Ex's Live in Texas
George Strait: Performer
Whitey Shafer: Writer
Rad Gumbo
Little Feat: Performer
Bill Payne: Writer
George Massenburg: Produced
White Room
Jack Bruce: Writer
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
Hoochie Coochie Man
Willie Dixon: Writer
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
When the Night Comes Falling from the Sky
Bob Dylan: Writer
Jimmy Iovine: Produced
The Jeff Healey Band: Performer
The Patty Duke Theme Song
Sid Ramin: Performer
Robert Wells: Lyrics
Don't Throw Stones
Tito Larriva: Performer
Travelin' Band
John Fogerty: Performer
I'm Tore Down
Sonny Thompson: Performer
Cliff's Edge
Patrick Swayze: Performer
All My Ex's Live in Texas
Whitey Shafer: Performer

User reviews

Daniel Mitchell
3/10

The instrumental pieces felt repetitive and failed to enhance the emotional impact of key moments in the storyline. I was left feeling underwhelmed by the soundtrack's inability to create a memorable and engaging atmosphere for the audience.

Dorothy Lewis
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Road House is a vital component that enhances the overall impact of the film and contributes to its success as a cult classic.

Margaret Roberts
10/10

The soundtrack's use of rock and blues music adds an authentic and raw energy to the movie, complementing the rugged and tough character of Dalton. The songs chosen for key moments in the film help to convey the emotions and motivations of the characters, making the story more engaging and immersive.

Paul Clark
10/10

One of the standout aspects of the Road House soundtrack is how it seamlessly blends different musical styles to create a unique and dynamic listening experience. From soulful ballads to hard-hitting rock anthems, the diverse range of songs in the soundtrack mirrors the complexity and depth of the characters and their relationships in the film.

William Clark
6/10

The soundtrack effectively complements the on-screen action, enhancing the impact of key moments and fight sequences.

Edward Turner
6/10

The soundtrack of Road House sets the perfect tone for the gritty and intense atmosphere of the film. The music perfectly captures the rough and tough world of bouncers and bar fights.

Ronald Lopez
5/10

The music in Road House is a standout element that elevates the viewing experience and immerses the audience in the world of the film.

Donald Anderson
6/10

The instrumental tracks in the soundtrack convey a sense of tension and anticipation, adding to the suspense of the action scenes.

Donna Martin
1/10

I found the soundtrack of Road House to be lacking in depth and originality. The music seemed generic and uninspired, failing to capture the intensity and drama of the film's action scenes.

Dorothy White
6/10

The soundtrack features a variety of musical styles that cater to different moods and emotions portrayed in the film, adding depth to the storytelling.

Michael Smith
9/10

The soundtrack of Road House perfectly captures the gritty and intense atmosphere of the film. The music enhances the action sequences, creating a sense of tension and excitement that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

Michelle Adams
5/10

The use of rock and blues music in the soundtrack enhances the rugged and rebellious nature of the main character, Dalton, and the overall tone of the movie.

Mark Taylor
3/10

Overall, I believe that the music in Road House did not contribute positively to the overall viewing experience. It fell short in creating a compelling and immersive sonic backdrop for the intense and thrilling narrative of the film.

Karen Wright
6/10

The soundtrack's energy and rhythm mirror the pace of the film, keeping viewers engaged and on the edge of their seats throughout.

Joshua Lee
6/10

The selection of songs in the soundtrack helps to establish the setting of the film in a small town with a seedy underbelly.