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CD(Lossless)SoundtracksAll New Songs From The Motion Picture - Street Fighter OST
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NameAll New Songs From The Motion Picture - Street Fighter OST (APE)(FLAC)(Lossless)
Released1994
Disc-IDC40D780E
Track listing
[04:58]01.Ice Cube - Street Fighter
[04:48]02.Ahmad, Ras Kass & Saafir - Come Widdit
[03:27]03.Nas - One On One
[04:19]04.The Pharcyde - Pandemonium
[04:24]05.Paris - Street Soldier
[04:12]06.Rally Ral - Something Kinda Funky
[03:49]07.The B.U.M.S - It's A Street Fight
[02:46]08.LL Cool J - Life As...
[04:34]09.Craig Mack - Do You Have What It Takes
[03:58]10.MC Hammer Feat. Deion Sanders - Straight To My Feet
[02:47]11.Chuck D Introducing The Wreck League - Rumbo N Da Jungo
[03:11]12.Anotha Level - Rap Commando
[04:35]13.Angélique Kidjo - Worth Fighting For
[05:03]14.CHAGE and ASKA - Something There
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Street Fighter is the soundtrack to Steven E. de Souza 1994 action film Street Fighter. It was released on December 6, 1994 by Priority Records and consists primarily of hip hop music, featuring several notable artists from the genre, such as Ice Cube, MC Hammer, Nas, etc. The soundtrack found some success on the Billboard charts, peaking at #135 on the Billboard 200 and #34 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and featured one charting single "Something Kinda Funky" by Rally Ral, which made it to #39 on the Hot Rap Singles. "Straight to My Feet" was the only single to see a release in the United Kingdom, where it charted #57, despite the soundtrack being only available in that country via a purchase of the VHS tape at branches of Tesco for a limited period.

It was the first major film soundtrack to consist almost entirely of hip hop music. The album sold over 500,000 units in the United States.
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