Bad Boys (soundtrack)

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Bad Boys: Music From The Motion Picture
Bad Boys OST.jpg
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released March 21, 1995
Recorded 1994-95
Genre Hip hop
contemporary R&B
industrial rock
Length 60:01
Label Work Records
Columbia Records
Producer Various artists
Bad Boys soundtracks chronology
Bad Boys
Bad Boys II
(2003)Bad Boys II2003
Singles from Bad Boys: Music From The Motion Picture
  1. "Shy Guy"
    Released: 7 March 1995 (CD, LP)
    14 March 1995 (cassette)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Bad Boys: Music From The Motion Picture is the soundtrack to the 1995 action-comedy film Bad Boys. It was released on March 21, 1995 through Sony Music Entertainment's sub-label Work Records. The album peaked at #26 on the Billboard 200 and #13 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

The charting singles were "Never Find Someone Like You" by Keith Martin which peaked at #42 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks, "Someone to Love" by Jon B. featuring Babyface which peaked at #10 on the Hot 100 and #7 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and "Shy Guy" by Diana King which peaked at #13 on the Hot 100 and #21 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.

The album was well received by fans of the rap/R&B genres but disappointed fans of Mark Mancina's movie score as only one of up to fifteen tracks composed for the film by Mancina was featured on the album. Also, most of the industrial rock tracks which featured primarily in the "Club Hell" scene are also missing from the album. These include "Nothing" by Stabbing Westward, "Angels" by Dink and "Sweet Little Lass" by DAG.

The original score by Mark Mancina[2] was released in September 2007 by La-La Land Records as a limited edition of 3000 copies.

Soundtrack Album[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Shy Guy"- 3:40 (Diana King)
  2. "So Many Ways (Bad Boys Version)"- 3:14 (Warren G)
  3. "Five O, Five O (Here They Come)"- 3:19 (69 Boyz featuring K-Nock)
  4. "Boom Boom Boom"- 3:51 (Juster)
  5. "Me Against the World"- 4:39 (2Pac featuring Dramacydal)
  6. "Someone to Love"- 4:34 (Jon B. featuring Babyface)
  7. "I've Got a Little Something for You (Radio Version)"- 3:40 (MN8)
  8. "Never Find Someone Like You"- 4:30 (Keith Martin)
  9. "Call the Police (Marvel/Bonzai Mix)"- 3:44 (Ini Kamoze)
  10. "Da B Side"- 3:42 (Da Brat featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Jermaine Dupri)
  11. "Work Me Slow"- 4:06 (Xscape)
  12. "Clouds of Smoke"- 4:42 (Call O'Da Wild)
  13. "Juke-Joint Jezebel"- 4:09 (KMFDM)
  14. "Bad Boys' Reply ('95)"- 3:59 (Inner Circle featuring Tek)
  15. "Theme from Bad Boys"- 4:12 (Mark Mancina)
  16. "Five O, Five O, (Here They Come) (Hideout House Radio Mix)"-3:39 (69 Boyz featuring K-Nock) (Bonus Track)

Score Album[edit]

Track listing[edit]

Original score composed by Mark Mancina. Additional music by Nick Glennie-Smith

  1. "Prologue - The Car Jacking"- 4:31
  2. "Bad Boys - Main Title/Heist"- 6:07
  3. "Funky Brothers To PD"- 0:34
  4. "Air Conditioning Inspection"- 1:07
  5. "JoJo, What You Know?"- 0:39
  6. "Dead Guy"- 4:55
  7. "He's The Person I'd Call"- 0:52
  8. "Killing Max"- 4:15
  9. "The Boys Find Max"- 2:29
  10. "Into Lois' Apartment"- 0:49
  11. "Escape From Julie's"- 2:46
  12. "You're Going To Leave Me Alone?"- 0:50
  13. "Don't Honey Me Baby!"- 1:01
  14. "My Bologna Has A First Name"- 4:02
  15. "Julie's Got A Gun"- 0:53
  16. "Escape From Club Hell/Ether Chase"- 4:33
  17. "We Don't Want To Lose You"- 0:38
  18. "I Mean Like Funny"- 2:00
  19. "Interrogation"- 0:40
  20. "Stake Out"- 0:53
  21. "Tailing Lab Tech/Blown Cover"- 1:35
  22. "Busted"- 0:51
  23. "Footchase"- 4:23
  24. "Fouchet Calling"- 0:32
  25. "Hangar Shootout"- 9:14
  26. "Cobra Chase/Fouchet's Death"- 4:40
  27. "Bad Boys - Main Title (Edited Film Version)"- 3:36 (Bonus Track)

Total time of the La-La Land Records limited release is 70:32


  1. ^ Allmusic Review
  2. ^ "BAD BOYS - Original Score Album by Mark Mancina". Archived from the original on 2012-03-04. Retrieved 2012-03-15.