This is about the actual songs and not Vince DiCola's great score. So, its hard to argue that the songs in the 86 film didn't attribute to its power and following. The tracks from 'The Touch' to 'Instruments Of Destruction' and on to 'Dare To Be Stupid' all made the film a great experience. BUT, for whatever reason, which track was the best? The feel, how it suited the scene, or just cos its cool?