A brawny bouncer and expert martial artist (Patrick Swayze) is hired to police a rowdy bar in the Midwest. He falls for a local girl (Kelly Lynch), which angers her ex-boyfriend in the over-the-top 1989 action flick Road House. A critical and commercial flop at the time of its original release, the film has gone on to attain cult status worldwide and is still screened on television constantly. Recorded at the same time as the Jeff Healey Band's beloved debut See The Light while they were acting in the film as well, Road House remains many people's first introduction to the genius of Jeff Healey who provides four of the soundtrack's ten cuts. Produced by Jimmy Iovine and Thom Panunzio, it's rounded out by material from Otis Redding, Little Feat and Bob Seger, plus two tracks from Swayze. Most songs are exclusive to the soundtrack. "Pain don't hurt!"