Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory Soundtrack (

Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory Soundtrack (1990) cover

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 39000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Arma joven 2

Title in Português:

Cavalgada para a Morte

Synopsis

The movie begins with the aging Brushy Bill Roberts narrating his story to a young historian. His claim? He claims that he is the famous outlaw William H. Bonney, alias Billy the Kid, who was supposedly shot and killed by Patrick Floyd Garrett in 1881.

The old man gives a very convincing story on how he and Garrett, along with Arkansas Dave Rudabaugh, Chavez y Chavez, Doc Skurlock, and a few others led the outlaw life and avoided the law, as they were wanted men. Garrett, a friend of Billy's, was paid by John Chisum, a cattle king, to eliminate Billy the Kid. So, Garrett and Ashmun Upson set out on a journey to find Billy the Kid.

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Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory
Blaze of Glory
Jon Bon Jovi: Performer
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Billy Get Your Guns
Jon Bon Jovi: Performer
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Miracle
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Blood Money
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Santa Fe
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Justice In The Barrel
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Never Say Die
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
You Really Got Me Now
Jon Bon Jovi: Performer
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Bang A Drum
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Dyin' Ain't Much Of A Livin'
Jon Bon Jovi: Writer
Guano City
Alan Silvestri: (uncredited) composed and conducted
Dyin' Ain't Much Of A Livin'
Jon Bon Jovi: Performer

User reviews

Ashley Baker
5/10

The use of iconic artists like Jon Bon Jovi in the soundtrack adds a modern touch to the historical narrative of Billy the Kid, creating a unique blend of old and new that enhances the overall viewing experience.

David Parker
5/10

The emotional depth of the songs in the soundtrack helps to underscore the complex relationships between the characters in the film, adding layers of nuance to their individual stories and motivations.

Steven Thomas
7/10

The music enhances the emotional depth of the characters, especially Billy the Kid, portrayed by Emilio Estevez. The haunting melodies and powerful instrumentals underscore the internal conflicts and struggles faced by the protagonist, adding layers of complexity to the narrative.

Donna Miller
6/10

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a sense of nostalgia for the Old West while still feeling fresh and contemporary is a testament to its enduring appeal and versatility.

Linda Clark
2/10