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Ice Dice On The Film Soundtracks He Wore Out As A Child, And Why Soundtracks Stopped Being A Factor

When legendary rapper Ice Dice was rising up, motion pictures have been powered by soundtracks. Among the musical compilations ended up turning into extra well-known than the flicks, from Footloose or the unique Prime Gun to Prince’s groundbreaking album, Purple Rain. However then, after some time, soundtracks began going away, and Dice is aware of the reply to why (he’ll clarify extra in a second). However his newest film to open in theaters, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, boasts an unimaginable banger of a soundtrack, with iconic hip-hop tracks like “No Diggity” from Blackstreet and the excellent Tribe Referred to as Quest with their hit “Can I Kick It?” However no music by Ice Dice. What’s up with that? 

We obtained an opportunity to talk with Ice Dice forward of the discharge of the animated function Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, during which he voices the primary villain Superfly (and apparently value the manufacturing greater than was anticipated in rights charges because of his improv expertise). And as he talked about all the totally different the reason why TMNT is price a visit to the film theaters, we began speaking about soundtracks, and those that he wore out as a child. He instructed us:

Oh yeah man, rising up watching Automobile Wash. Automobile Wash has probably the greatest soundtracks ever made. You recognize, motion pictures like Superfly. Hey, no pun supposed. An ideal, superb soundtrack by Isaac Hayes. Saturday Night time Fever (had an) superb, loopy soundtrack with Bee Gees and every thing in between. These have been those that have been unimaginable to me.