- Released: December 1, 2009
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/31/92, p.60
"..brilliantly assembled state-of-the-art R&B, '92-style.." - Rating: A
Q - 10/92, p.794 Stars
- Excellent - "..one of the glossiest original soundtrack packages of recent years.."
- 1.Give U My Heart - Toni Braxton
- 2.It's Gonna Be Alright - Charlie Wilson
- 3.Tonight Is Right - Keith Washington
- 4.I'd Die Without You - P. M. Dawn
- 5.7 Day Weekend - Grace Jones
- 6.End of The Road - Boyz Ii Men
- 7.Reversal of A Dog - The LaFace Cartel
- 8.Love Shoulda Brought You Home - Toni Braxton
- 9.There U Go - Johnny Gill
- 10.Don't Wanna Love You - Shanice
- 11.Feels Like Heaven - Kenny Vaughan & 'The Art of Love'
- 12.Hot Sex - A Tribe Called Quest
Producers: L.A. Reid, Babyface, Shavoni, Buster, P.M. Dawn, Dallas Austin, Kenny Vaughan, A Tribe Called Quest.
Engineers include: John Rogers, Dave Way, Steve Schwartzberg, Phil Tan, Milton Chan, Bill Leonard, David Rideau, Tina Antoine, Tim Latham, Kenny Pollock, Craig Caruth, Elliot Peters.
The soundtrack to Eddie Murphy's comedy Boomerang is actually better than the film itself. A fair portion of the record is devoted to mediocre material, but most of the album is first-rate contemporary urban soul, hip-hop, and new jack swing, highlighted by a number of massive hit singles, including Boyz II Men's "End of the Road," P.M. Dawn's "I'd Die Without You," Babyface and Toni Braxton's "Give U My Heart," and Toni Braxton's "Love Shoulda Brought You Home." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine