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'Act of Valor' Soundtrack Features Sugarland, Lady Antebellum, Trace Adkins & Keith Urban

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist February 10, 2012 at 12:50PM

With the rest of the country often complaining (and often rightfully so) that entertainment is essentially made on two coasts for those living on those two coasts, it'll be interesting to see how Relativity Media's patriotic/jingoistic American counter-terrorism war film "Act Of Valor" performs overall when it hits theaters on February 24, considering it's mostly aimed at (and certainly being marketed to) the middle of the country.
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Act of Valor Soundtrack Cover

With the rest of the country often complaining (and often rightfully so) that entertainment is essentially made on two coasts for those living on those two coasts, it'll be interesting to see how Relativity Media's patriotic/jingoistic American counter-terrorism war film "Act Of Valor" performs overall when it hits theaters on February 24, considering it's mostly aimed at (and certainly being marketed to) the middle of the country.

In keeping step with the values of the film, the soundtrack is plucked straight from the heartland and features brand new original songs written and inspired by the movie, from contemporary country stars like Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Trace Adkins, Wynonna Judd, Montgomery Gentry and more. 

The soundtrack is due digitally and in stores on February 21. "Act of Valor" (written by "300" scribe Kurt Johnstad) centers on the story of a group of active-duty Navy SEALs who embark on a covert mission to recover a kidnapped CIA agent.

"Act of Valor" Soundtrack tracklist
1. For You Keith Urban
2. Guide You Home Sugarland
3. I Was Here Lady Antebellum
4. The Best I Can Jake Owen
5. If the Sun Comes Up Trace Adkins
6. Two Solders Coming Home Lori McKenna
7. What It Takes Montgomery Gentry
8. The Best of Me Josh Kelley
9. Where We Left Off Hunter Hayes
10. Whatever Brings You Back Wynonna

This article is related to: Act Of Valor, Kurt Johnstad, Soundtrack


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