Ranking All The Songs from the Set It Off Soundtrack

Set It off

Set it off is a 1996 crime/action/drama movie directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Kate Lanier and Takashi Bufford, starring Vivica A. Fox, Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Kimberly Elise, and Blair Underwood. The movie follows four close friends – Sarah (Fox), Stoney (Pinkett Smith), Cleo (Latifah), and Frankie (Elise) – as they embark on a desperate journey to plan and execute the heist of their lives. The film was released on November 6, 1996. There are different songs used in the film, and the soundtrack was released on November 6, 1996, by Music World. The Fugees starred in this movie and dedicated a song to their murdered friend Lauryn Hill after their performance.

29. Flashlight by Parliament

 

Flashlight is a funk song by Parliament that appears in Set It Off film. This song is on the album “Funkentelechy vs. the Placebo Syndrome,” released in 1977. The Parliament’s opening single features Bootsy Collins on bass with production work from George Clinton. After two consecutive Top 40 R&B hits, “Do That Stuff” and “Up for the Down Stroke,” it set a precedent followed by another ten songs.

28. Get Off by Foxy

 

Get Off is a disco song by musician Foxy that appears in Set It Off. It is the first track on the album Get Off, and it was released in 1978. The single reached number 1 on the Dance Club Songs (January 1979) and Hot Soul Singles (February 1979) charts.

27. Let It Go by Ray J

 

Ray J performs the song Let It Go in Set It Off. This track is on the album Set it Off and was released in 1996. The song also appeared on his self-titled debut album.

26. Bonnie and Clyde II by Yolanda ‘Yo-Yo’ Whittaker (featuring Ice Cube)

 

Bonnie and Clyde II was released in 1996 on the Total Control album by Yo-Yo. The song was written by Katreese Barnes, O’Shea Jackson, Jr., Tracy Kendricken, and Teddy Riley.

25. From Yo Blind Side by Xman Taylor

 

From Y Blind Side is a song by Xman Taylor that appears in Set It Off. This track is used in the scene where Frankie (Elise) and Stoney (Pinkett Smith) make their first appearance.

24. Set It Off by Organized Noize (featuring Queen Latifah and Andrea Martin)

 

Set It Off is a song by Organized Noize that appears in Set It Off. The original version appeared on the album Ear Drum and was released in 1994. This song features Queen Latifah and Andrea Martin.

23. Live To Regret by Busta Rhymes (Featured vocals by Mika)

 

Live To Regret is a song by Busta Rhymes that features vocals from Mika. This track is on the Set It Off soundtrack and was released in 1996. The music video for this single uses the definitive version of the track, which features additional lyrics not heard in the film.

22. Days Of Our Livez by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

 

Days Of Our Livez is a Bone Thugs-n-Harmony song in Set It Off. The track was released on the soundtrack to the film, and it’s also on their album E 1999 Eternal.

21. I Ain’t No Joke by Eric B. & Rakim

 

I Ain’t No Joke is a funk song by Eric B. & Rakim that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album Paid in Full, released in 1987.

20. Point Of No Return by Geto Boys (as The Geto Boys)

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Point Of No Return is a Geto Boys song that appears in Set It Off. The lyrics of this track are about the futility of minor crimes, which leads to bigger ones.

19. All Blues by Miles Davis

 

All Blues is a song by Miles Davis that appears in Set it Off. The track was released on the album Kind of Blue, which won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1959.

18. The ‘In’ Crowd by Ramsey Lewis

 

The ‘In’ Crowd by Ramsey Lewis is a song that appears in Set it Off. The track was released on the album Mother Nature’s Son, and it won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Individual or Group in 1968.

17. Feel So High by Des’ree (as Des’Ree)

 

Feel So High is a song by Des’ree that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album Dream Soldier and was released in 1993.

16. The Answer Is You by Phyllis Hyman

 

The Answer Is You is a song by Phyllis Hyman that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album I Refuse To Be Lonely, released in 1981.

15. Diva’s Den by Sin

 

Diva’s Den is a song by Sin that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album Life, and it was released in 1996.

14. The Heist by Da 5 Footaz

 

The Heist is a song by Da 5 Footaz that appears in Set It Off. The track was released on the album Thugz ‘N Effect, and it was also featured on the Set It Off soundtrack.

13. Angelic Wars by Goodie Mob ft. Cool Breeze, Backbone

 

Angelic Wars is a song by Goodie Mob that appears in Set It Off. The track features vocals from Cool Breeze and Backbone. This track is on Still Standing, which won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album in 1999.

12. Arica by Barefoot

 

Arica by Barefoot is a song that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album Autogenic and was released in 1996.

11. Love Theme from The Godfather by Nino Rota

 

Love Theme from The Godfather is a song by Nino Rota that appears in Set It Off. The track was released on The Godfather and Other Great Love Songs.

10. Pistolgrip Pump by Volume 10

 

Pistolgrip Pump is a song by Volume 10 that appears in Set It Off. The track was released on the album Volume 10, and it also appeared on the soundtrack to the film Deep Cover.

9. The Most Beautifullest Thing In The World by Keith Murray

 

The Most Beautifullest Thing In The World is a song by Keith Murray that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album Enigma and was released in 1994.

8. Always by Joose

 

It always is a song by Joose that appears in Set It Off. The track was released on album 21, and it features guest vocals from Nate Dogg.

7. The arrival of the Queen of Sheba by George Frideric Handel

 

The arrival of the Queen of Sheba is a song that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album The Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba, released in 1960.

6. Italian Symphony, Con Moto Moderato by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

 

Italian Symphony, Con Moto Moderato is a song by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy that appears in Set It Off. The track was released on the album Festival Symphonies, and it won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra) in 1963.

5. Don’t Let Go (Love) by En Vogue

 

Don’t Let Go (Love) is a song by En Vogue that appears in Set It Off. This track is on the album Funky Divas, and it also won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals in 1996.

4. Please Don’t Go by Floyd Dixon

 

Please Don’t Go is a song by Floyd Dixon that appears in Set It Off. This track was released on the album After Hours and covered by Roberta Flack and Roy Ayers.

3. Up Against The Wind by Lori Perry

 

Up Against The Wind is a song by Lori Perry that appears in Set It Off. This track was released on the album Light Within, and it can also be found on the soundtrack to the film Bulletproof.

2. Missing You by Brandy Norwood, Tamia, Gladys Knight, & Chaka Khan

 

Missing You is a song that appears in Set It Off. This track is by Brandy Norwood, Tamia, Gladys Knight, & Chaka Khan, and it won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals in 2000

1. Hey Joe (Live) by Seal

 

Hey Joe (Live) is a song by Seal that appears in Set It Off. This track can also be found on the Live In Paris And Toronto album.

Conclusion

The song Hey Joe and Missing You are the best on the soundtrack. Missing you was originally by Brandy Norwood, Tamia, Gladys Knight, & Chaka Khan, and that version won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals in 2000. This soundtrack is an excellent compilation of songs from 1996, and you should go out and listen to it.

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