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|Soundtrack to "Prefontaine"
|The soundtrack from one of the most inspirational movies there is. Millions have fallen in love with the CD, which contains songs from Pre's era. It also features a special track titled "Munich Race." Although the song was originally created for the olympic race scene in "Prefontaine", many runners have claimed that it helps them focus on their big race.|
|Summon the Heroes
John Williams and Boston Pops
|"Without Limits" never released a soundtrack, but you can still get one of it's greatest tracks : Summon the Heroes. Played during each Olympic scene in the movie, John Williams' "Summon the Heroes" has become part of Olympic tradition. If you haven't seen "Without Limits," you may remember the theme from NBC's 2000 Olympic coverage.
The CD also includes other great tracks by John Williams, including The Chariots of Fire Theme Song.
|The Best Of 1980-1990
|Another song that would have appeared on the "Without Limits" soundtrack is U2's "Where The Streets Have No Name." The song was featured in the trailer and has been the reason many have wanted Warner Bros. to produce a soundtrack for "Without Limits."
The CD is a collection of U2's greatest hits from 1980 to 1990.
|In Without Limits, Joe Walsh's classic "County Fair" is played as Steve Prefontaine goes through some difficult times.
The album is known as Joe Walsh's best.
|Rock an Roll Diary: 1967-1980
|As Steve and Mary Marckx talk a walk in the part, the excellent song "Walk on the Wild Side" is played in the background.|
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