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Various - Fast Times At Ridgemont High • Music From The Motion Picture (2LP, Limited Edition, Reissue)

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The soundtrack album, Fast Times at Ridgemont High: Music from the Motion Picture, was released by Elektra Records on July 30, 1982. It peaked at #54 on the US Billboard 200 album chart. The soundtrack features the work of many quintessential 1980s rock artists. Several of the movie's songs were released as singles, including Jackson Browne's "Somebody's Baby", which reached #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Other singles were the title track by Sammy Hagar, a cover of The Tymes' "So Much in Love" by Timothy B. Schmit, "Raised on the Radio" by the Ravyns and "Waffle Stomp" by Joe Walsh. In addition to Schmit and Walsh, the album features solo tracks by two other members of the Eagles, Don Henley and Don Felder. The soundtrack also included "I Don't Know (Spicoli's Theme)" by Jimmy Buffett and "Goodbye Goodbye" by Oingo Boingo (led by Danny Elfman). Five tracks in the film, but not included on the soundtrack, are: "Moving in Stereo" by the Cars, "American Girl" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, "We Got the Beat" by the Go Go's, which is the movie's opening theme; Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir", and "Jingle Bell Rock" by Bobby Helms. In addition, the live band at the prom dance during the end of the film played two songs also not on the soundtrack: The Eagles' "Life in the Fast Lane" and Sam the Sham's "Wooly Bully". The Donna Summer track, "Highway Runner", was initially recorded in 1981 for her double album entitled I'm a Rainbow; however, the album was shelved by Summer's then-label, Geffen Records, but ultimately released in 1996 by Mercury Records. Todd Rundgren also recorded the song, "Attitude", for the film at Crowe's request. It was not included in the film, but was later released on Rundgren's Demos and Lost Albums in 2001. A track titled "Fast Times" was recorded by Heart but was not used in the film. The track ended up on their 1982 album Private Audition. In some countries, the album was (also) released as a single LP with ten tracks. Heckerling, in the DVD audio commentary, states that the 1970s "classic rock" artists, like the Eagles, were introduced by one of the film's producers. Coincidentally, Irving Azoff, one of the film's producers, was the personal manager for the Eagles and Stevie Nicks.

Release info

Label: Asylum Records R1 60158
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue
Country: US
Released: 2017
Genre: Rock, Stage & Screen
Style: Soundtrack, New Wave, Pop Rock, Arena Rock


A1 Somebody's Baby
A2 Waffle Stomp
A3 Love Rules
A4 Uptown Boys
A5 So Much In Love
B1 Raised On The Radio
B2 The Look In Your Eyes
B3 Speeding
B4 Don't Be Lonely
B5 Never Surrender
C1 Fast Times (The Best Years Of Our Lives)
C2 Fast Times At Ridgemont High
C3 I Don't Know (Spicoli's Theme)
C4 Love Is The Reason
C5 I'll Leave It Up To You
D1 Highway Runner
D2 Sleeping Angel
D3 She's My Baby (And She's Outta Control)
D4 Goodbye, Goodbye

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