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Album’s Singles Review: “The Bodyguard” (soundtrack) by Whitney Houston

The Bodyguard (soundtrack album)
With the success of her three album “Whitney”, “Whitney Houston”, and “I’m Your Baby Tonight”, Whitney Houston turned to acting with the movie “The Bodyguard” and the soundtrack was under her name and various artists. The album contained her songs that are R&B, pop, ballad, and dance. Other artists had their music on their own sound too. The album was one of the biggest selling albums worldwide, and in US it was 17x platinum.

I Will Always Love You
“I Will Always Love You” was released as the carrier single of “The Bodyguard” soundtrack. The song might seemed an original song of Whitney Houston but it was originally recorded by Dolly Parton. Her version was just magical as it starts with her vocals alone then comes up with a strong voice as the second stanza starts. The song was a universal success when it reached number 1 worldwide and one of the biggest selling singles ever.
Rate: 9.5 out of 10

I’m Every Woman
“I’m Every Woman” became Whitney Houston’s second release from the soundtrack album of “The Bodyguard”. The song was original by Chaka Khan and Whitney Houston’s cover is a disco-ready girl power anthem. Her version was a huge hit reaching the top 10 worldwide.
Rate: 7.75 out of 10

I Have Nothing
“I Have Nothing” was the third released Whitney Houston single off “The Bodyguard” soundtrack. The song is a powerful ballad which was one of her songs which she exerted her powerful voice. The single was a top 10 hit especially in United States and United Kingdom.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10

Run to You
“Run to You” was Whitney Houston’s fourth release from “The Bodyguard” soundtrack. The song is one of the most beautiful ballads done by Whitney Houston. The song may have been a modest success but it is one of her most memorable songs.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10

Queen of the Night
“Queen of the Night” became Whitney Houston’s last single released for “The Bodyguard” soundtrack album. The song combined music genres such as R&B, pop, dance, and rock. The song charted in a lot of countries.
Rate: 8.0 out of 10

Credits: Billboard / OCC / Wikipedia
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