Videodrome :: Trouble Man (1972)

Rather than become a pillar of blaxploitation, Trouble Man has been abated to a cinematic footnote of the subgenre. But the impeccable soundtrack from Gaye deserves to be held in the same regard as other blaxploitation soundtracks ranging from Edwin Starr to Bobby Womack. It's not only one of the best soundtracks you don't hear enough about, but one of the paramount releases of Gaye's prolific career, emblazoning him as a musical jack of all trades and a master of all of them . . .

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