Youngblood Soundtrack (

Youngblood Soundtrack (1986) cover

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 16000 votes
Tags: junior hockey, ice hockey player, hockey game, ice hockey match, hamilton ontario, ice hockey game
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Youngblood (Forja de campeón)

Title in Italiano:

Spalle larghe

Title in Português:

Veia de Campeão


Ontario, 1986; the struggling hometown Hamilton Mustangs are in need of a new lease on life. Thankfully, a hot, young, American prospect , by the name of Dean Youngblood, is coming to town to show the world his moves. Yet, there's trouble brewing for the newcomer; Racki of the Thunder Bay Bombers is out for blood and the coaches daughter is out for love, which could spell disaster for his chances of ever making it to the pros. Whether it's "tea time" with Ms. McGill or the crazy antics of Derek Sutton, you're certainly in for a treat with this fantastic film full of dekes, jean jackets and sexual tension thicker than maple syrup sucked from the teet of the mother tree in Quebec.

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Ain't Gonna Walk The Line
Tena Clark: Writer
Tena Clark: Producer
Kix Brooks: Performer
I'm A Real Man
John Hiatt: Writer
John Hiatt: Performer
Soldier Of Fortune
Marc Jordan: Writer
Marc Jordan: Performer
Nick Gilder: Writer
Nick Gilder: Performer
Something Real
Richard Page: Writer
Mr. Mister: Performer
Don't Look Now
Torch Song: Performer
William Orbit: Writer
Winning Is Everything
Steve Plunkett: Writer
Autograph: Performer
On San Francisco Bay
Gertrude Hoffman: Performer
Vincent Bryan: Lyrics
Get Ready
Diana Ross: Performer
Smokey Robinson: Writer
Talk Me Into It
Diane Warren: Writer
Glenn 'Spinner' Jones: Performer
Cut You Down To Size
Jefferson Starship: Performer
Mickey Thomas: Writer
Stand In The Fire
Diane Warren: Writer
Mickey Thomas: Performer
Ain't Gonna Walk The Line
Tena Clark: Performer
I'm A Real Man
John Hiatt: Performer
Don't Look Now
William Orbit: Performer

User reviews

James Jones

The soundtrack of Youngblood perfectly captures the essence of 1980s small-town hockey culture with its energetic rock tunes and catchy melodies. The music sets the tone for the film's intense hockey scenes and adds an extra layer of excitement to the on-screen action.

Lisa Adams

The soundtrack of Youngblood did a fantastic job of enhancing the emotional moments in the film, adding depth and resonance to the characters' struggles and triumphs. The music served as a powerful backdrop to the on-screen drama, making the viewing experience even more immersive and unforgettable.

Mark Jackson

The musical arrangements in Youngblood are a true highlight, with each note and melody adding layers of complexity and richness to the overall cinematic experience. The fusion of rock, pop, and orchestral elements creates a dynamic and engaging listening experience that stays with you long after the credits roll. The soundtrack of Youngblood is a standout achievement that deserves recognition for its exceptional craftsmanship and emotional impact.

Lisa Hill

Each track in the soundtrack of Youngblood is carefully curated to enhance the emotional depth of the film's storyline. From heart-pounding moments on the ice to tender romantic scenes off the rink, the music seamlessly weaves through the narrative, amplifying the highs and lows of each character's journey. It's a masterful blend of sound and storytelling that truly elevates the viewing experience.

David Scott

The energetic and upbeat tunes match the fast-paced action on the ice, making you feel like you're right there in the rink cheering for Dean Youngblood and his teammates.

Linda Thompson

The soundtrack of Youngblood perfectly captures the essence of 1980s hockey culture in Ontario, 1986. Each song transports you back in time, immersing you in the struggles and triumphs of the Hamilton Mustangs.

Richard King

The mix of rock and synth-pop music creates a nostalgic atmosphere that perfectly complements the coming-of-age story of a young American hockey player trying to make it big in Canada.

Mark Martinez

I found the soundtrack of Youngblood to be a nostalgic trip back to the 80s, with its mix of classic rock anthems and upbeat tracks that perfectly complemented the film's storyline. The music helped to transport me to the world of the Hamilton Mustangs and kept me engaged throughout the movie.

Margaret Young

The soundtrack of Youngblood perfectly captures the nostalgic essence of Ontario in 1986, transporting listeners back in time to the era of the struggling Hamilton Mustangs. The music sets the tone for the story of Dean Youngblood's journey, evoking a sense of hope, determination, and adrenaline that keeps you hooked from start to finish.