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Take the Lead Soundtrack

Take the Lead (2006) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
Release date:07.04.2006
Bitrate:~256 kbps
Length: 44:23 (12 tracks)
Size:81.87 MB
Movie
Year:2006
Country:USA
Genre: drama music
IMDB: 446046

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1.I Got Rhythm (Take the Lead Remix)
Lena Horne & Q-Tip
2:17

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2564.20
2.Take the Lead (Wanna Ride)
Bone Thugs -N- Harmony and Wisin & Yandel feat. Fatman Scoop & Melissa Jimenez
3:29

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2566.37
3.Feel It
Black Eyed Peas
4:21

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2567.98
4.I Like That (Stop)
Jae Millz
3:45

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2566.88
5.These Days
Rhymefest
3:40

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2566.73
6.Here We Go
Dirtbag
3:42

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2566.78
7.Whuteva
Remy Ma
3:47

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2566.95
8.Ya Ya (Al Stone Mix)
The Empty Heads
3:07

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2565.72
9.Never Gonna Get It
Sean Biggs feat. Topic & Akon
3:37

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2566.63
10.I Like That You Can't Take That Away from Me
Jae Millz, June Christy, Eric B. & Rakim & Mashonda
2:29

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2564.56
11.Fascination
Kem
4:49

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2568.83
12.Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) [bonus]
Sly & the Family Stone
5:20

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2569.76
  44:23   81.87
* MP3 bitrate for online preview is less than 50kbps

Plot summary

Based on a true story, the movie tells of the struggle of a dance teacher, Pierre Dulain, to give to a group of problem kids a second chance by exploring their dance skills. One night Dulain is astonished to see a boy, Rock destroying his school director's car. The following day Dulaine goes to the school to ask for a job as a dance teacher. The director has little confidence in Dulaine's idea of helping kids (including Rock) in detention to reform through ballroom dance classes. Even the kids, who prefer hip-hop or rap, think it isn't a great idea. Despite criticism from students in his formal dance academy as well as from parents and fellow teachers who believe that the kids need more math and less dance, Dulain catches the students' attention with a tango session. After their initial indifference, they eventually compete in a dance contest; the important thing isn't winning, but making a difference.

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