|Soundtrack album by |
|Released||June 30, 1992|
|Recorded||March – May 1992|
|Singles from Boomerang (soundtrack)|
Boomerang: Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to Reginald Hudlin's 1992 film Boomerang. It was released on June 30, 1992 via LaFace Records. The album peaked at four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached the top spot on the R&B Albums chart. The album was certified gold in August 1992 and eventually reached triple-platinum status by April 1995.
|1.||"Give U My Heart" (performed by Babyface and Toni Braxton)||5:01|
|2.||"It's Gonna Be Alright" (performed by Aaron Hall and Charlie Wilson)||Buster & Shavoni||5:34|
|3.||"Tonight Is Right" (performed by Keith Washington)||4:28|
|4.||"I'd Die Without You" (performed by P.M. Dawn)||A. Cordes||P.M. Dawn||4:11|
|5.||"7 Day Weekend" (performed by Grace Jones)||4:56|
|6.||"End of the Road" (performed by Boyz II Men)||5:48|
|7.||"Reversal of a Dog" (performed by Damian Dame, Highland Place Mobsters, TLC and Toni Braxton)||5:45|
|8.||"Love Shoulda Brought You Home" (performed by Toni Braxton)||4:56|
|9.||"There U Go" (performed by Johnny Gill)||5:16|
|10.||"Don't Wanna Love You" (performed by Shanice)||4:32|
|11.||"Feels Like Heaven" (performed by Kenny Vaughan and The Art of Love)||K. Vaughan||Kenny Vaughan||2:04|
|12.||"Hot Sex" (performed by A Tribe Called Quest)||A Tribe Called Quest||2:45|
- Sample credits
- "Reversal of a Dog" contains an intro sample of "Fast Peg", written by James Todd Smith, Bryan Philpot and James Brown, and performed by LL Cool J; a replay of "Atomic Dog", written by George Clinton, Garry Shider and David Spradley, and performed by George Clinton; a brief sample riff of "Get on the Good Foot", written by James Brown, Fred Wesley and Joseph Mims, and performed by James Brown; and a final drum loop sample of "You're Gettin' a Little Too Smart", written by Abrim Tilmon, Jr., and performed by The Detroit Emeralds.
- "Hot Sex" contains a sample of "Who's Making Love", written by Homer Banks, Bettye Crutcher, Don Davis and Raymond Jackson, and performed by Lou Donaldson.
|U.S. Billboard 200||4|
|U.S. R&B Albums||1|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||U.S. Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales||U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||U.S. Rhythmic Top 40||U.S. Top 40 Mainstream|
|1992||"Give U My Heart"||29||—||2||32||—|
|"End of the Road"||1||—||1||1||1|
|"I'd Die Without You"||3||21||16||2||2|
|"Love Shoulda Brought You Home"||33||—||4||19||—|
|"I Don't Wanna Love You"||57||—||—||—||—|
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.
Information taken from Allmusic.
- bass – Kayo, Debra Killings
- composing – Jonathan Davis, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Malik Taylor
- coordination – Constance Armstrong, Sharliss Ashbury
- drums – L.A. Reid
- executive production – L.A. Reid
- keyboards – Babyface, Bo Watson
- mastering – Chris Gehringer
- music supervision – Bill Stephney
- percussion – L.A. Reid
- performer(s) – Babyface, Boyz II Men, Toni Braxton, Damian Dame, Johnny Gill, Aaron Hall, Highland Place Mobsters, Grace Jones, P.M. Dawn, Shanice, TLC, A Tribe Called Quest, Keith Washington, Charlie Wilson
- piano – Jim Lunarci, Vance Taylor
- production – Dallas Austin, Babyface, Buster, P.M. Dawn, Randy Ran, L.A. Reid, Shavoni, Daryl Simmons, A Tribe Called Quest, Kenny Vaughan
- technical assistance – Donald Parks
- vocals – Babyface, Boo Boo, Boyz II Men, Toni Braxton, Damian Dame, Johnny Gill, Aaron Hall, Grace Jones, LaFace Cartel, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, P.M. Dawn, Shanice, T-Boz, A Tribe Called Quest, Kenny Vaughan, Keith Washington
- vocals (background) – Babyface, Toni Braxton, Deah Dame, Kevon Edmonds, Melvin Edmonds, Debra Killings, Maniac, Keith Michell, Tye-V, Charlie Wilson
- Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Boomerang [Original Soundtrack] - Original Soundtrack | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved February 19, 2019.
- Linden, Amy (July 31, 1992). "Music Review: 'Boomerang'". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved February 19, 2019.
- "RIAA - Gold & Platinum - March 6, 2011 : Search Results - Boomerang". RIAA. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. Retrieved 2011-03-06.