Addams Family Values: Music from the Motion Picture

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Addams Family Values
Soundtrack album by
various artists
ReleasedNovember 16, 1993
GenreHip-hop music/R&B/funk
ProducerSalaam Remi
Ralph Sall
P.M. Dawn
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2/5 stars [1]

The Addams Family Values: Music from the Motion Picture album was released on Atlas Records in late 1993 to promote Addams Family Values, a sequel to the 1991 film The Addams Family.


The album features several hip-hop and R&B based cover songs of 1970s funk/soul songs by artists, including:

A remixed version of Tag Team's then-current hit "Whoomp! (There It Is)", "Addams Family (Whoomp!)", was used as the lead single.

Paramount Pictures had signed Michael Jackson to record a horror-themed song for the film and to promote it with a video. In an attempt to cope with the negative publicity from accusations of child molestation, Jackson turned to prescription drugs and had to undergo a lengthy rehabilitation. He was unable to finish the video and his song, "Is It Scary", was dropped from the film.[2] The song was included on his 1997 album Blood on the Dance Floor (HIStory in the Mix); the video project was finished, independently, as the short film Ghosts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "It's Your Thing", performed by H-Town – 3:59
  2. "Be Thankful for What You Got", performed by Portrait – 4:37
  3. "Express Yourself", performed by Roger and Fu-Schnickens – 5:31
  4. "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get", performed by RuPaul – 4:50
  5. "Family Affair", performed by Shabba Ranks, Patra, with Terri & Monica – 4:29
  6. "Night People", performed by Brian McKnight – 4:29
  7. "Supernatural Thing", performed by Charles & Eddie – 4:35
  8. "Do Your Thing (Love On)", performed by R. Kelly and Mad Cobra – 4:35
  9. "Do It Any Way You Wanna (It's on You)", performed by Guru – 4:28
  10. "May You Always Drink Bizarre", performed by P.M. Dawn – 3:23
  11. "Addams Family (Whoomp!)", performed by Tag Team – 3:50


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  2. ^ Weinraub, Bernard (1993-11-16). "Jackson Being Treated Abroad For Addiction, Lawyer Says". New York Times.