Crooklyn the movie was set in the '70s, and, as such, featured a what's what of dope soul from that decade. But Crooklyn the soundtrack led off with "Crooklyn," the only song ever recorded by The Crooklyn Dodgers supergroup comprised of Buckshot, Masta Ace, and Special Ed. (Enough Crooklyn for you? We won't even start with "Return of the..." and "Brooklyn in My Mind.") "Crooklyn" justified the soundtrack on its own, then we found out the Stairsteps "O-o-h Child" made girls take their pants off, and Buckshot and co. took a backseat. Or front, rather, since we were in the back with said shorty.