Hans Worst Hits of the 80’s- today- the King of 1980’s movie soundtracks and his Danger Zone from the movie “Top Gun.” How did Kenny Loggins become the go-to-guy in the 1980’s when it came to songs on movie soundtracks? It started with the only one that was any good- I’m Alright- from Caddyshack in 1980 In 1984 he had a #1 with “Footloose”and I”m Free #22, in 1986 it was the song featured here Danger Zone from Top Gun [I didn’t care for the movie either. Not a Cruise fan- except for his role in Tropic Thunder } Danger Zone just missed going to the top #2, In 1986 his “Meet Me Half Way”#11 from the greatest movie ever about arm wrestling- Sly Stallone’s Over The Top. 1988 Nobody’s Fool from Caddyshack II. There was a Caddyshack II? How and why did Loggins keep getting called for these soundtracks? These song- other than I’m Alright- are downright awful. Note- in the mid- 70’s according to what I have read- Loggins was offered the role opposite of Babs Streisand in A Star Is Born and turned it down. That boggles my mind. Anyway- Danger Zone is a poor song to begin with and suffers badly from the typical 80’s production. The song was produced by the Father of Disco- Giorgio Moroder.