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14 Reasons The 'Space Jam' Soundtrack Is Even Better Than We Ever Realized

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If you were a kid during the 90s, 1996 was the year where you wanted to do exactly two things when you got home from school: 1) watch your VHS copy of Space Jam, and 2) listen to your shiny new CD copy of the Space Jam soundtrack.

It might seem funny nowadays that one of the definitive hip-hop and R&B albums of the 90s was the soundtrack to a movie starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny, but just take a look at the tracks on this thing and TELL ME that it wasn't a big deal.

Seal - "Fly Like An Eagle"

The soundtrack starts off with easily one of the best songs not just from the movie, but from the 90s in general. Seal was one of the hottest names in R&B at the time, and this song stands as a testament to that.

Did you know that it's a Steve Miller cover though? Yup, you can even hear bits of the original in Seal's version.

Coolio - "The Winner"

While not quite the hit that "Gangsta's Paradise" was, "The Winner" is a pretty solid example of why Coolio was everywhere in the 90s. Sadly, the song wasn't released as one of the album's singles.

Quad City DJ's - "Space Jam"

Now THIS is the good stuff. The group's theme song for the movie is one of the most infectiously catchy and memorable theme songs of all time, and to this day just about everybody knows what you mean when you say "Come on and SLAM!" What else would you expect from the guys behind "C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)?”

R. Kelly - "I Believe I Can Fly"

Probably the most iconic song from the entire movie, this is R. Kelly at his most soulful and least-crazy (which is pretty impressive). Pretty sure I know all the words to this song even today.

We're also not the only fans of it. Apparently when Kelly played the song for Notorious B.I.G., Biggie teared up and said "They gonna be playing that when you and I have moved on to the other side of time."

B-Real, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, LL Cool J, Method Man - "Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem)"

This is one of the best and most surprising songs on the album. A total who's-who of 90s rap music band together to do a PG-rated rap song for a kids movie, and the surprising things is that it actually manages to be REALLY good.

Even crazier was that the team who produced the song, Trackmasters, produced other massive hits, like Will Smith's "Miami" and Notorious B.I.G.'s "Juicy."

There's still plenty of great tracks left on this album!

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