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Columbia Records Releases ABOUT LAST NIGHT Soundtrack Digitally Today

Columbia Records Releases ABOUT LAST NIGHT Soundtrack Digitally Today

Columbia Records has announced the release of the About Last Night soundtrack, accompanying the insightful romantic comedy starring Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall and Joy Bryant. The original motion picture soundtrack, About Last Night, will be released digitally today, February 11 th, 2014 with the physical release set for March 4, 2014. About Last Night will be in theatres nationwide on Valentine's Day, February 14 th, 2014.

Among its 14 tracks, About Last Night will premiere two never-before-heard songs, "A Million" by John Legend and "Luckiest Man" by Mishon featuring Problem, as well as showcase the upbeat single "Undressed" by emerging artist Kim Cesarion. The soundtrack also includes stand-out tracks such as John Legend's power ballad "This Time," Gary Clark, Jr.'s GRAMMY Award winning "Please Come Home," and JAmes Brown's funk song "Get Up (I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine)" (see below for track listing).

In the Screen Gems romantic comedy About Last Night arriving just in time to become the latest Valentine's Day movie classic four Los Angeles singles get a thorough workout in the ups and downs of today's dating world. On yet another night of playing wingman to his loud-mouthed best friend Bernie (Kevin Hart), kind-eyed Danny (Michael Ealy) meets Debbie (Joy Bryant), a beautiful, smart and successful woman who is as skittish about relationships as he is. When the chemistry proves to be undeniable, they end up falling into bed together that night ...then another night, and another night.

Against the advice and warnings of Bernie, not to mention Debbie's precocious bestie Joan (Regina Hall), Dan and Debbie make an attempt to navigate life as a couple. What these starry-eyed lovers soon find is that despite their good intentions and genuine feelings for each other, what started out as a casual and intoxicating intimacy quickly falls prey to the usual trappings of togetherness and monogamy.


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