Various ‎– Pump Up The Volume (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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MCA Records ‎– MCAD-8039
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1 Concrete Blonde Everybody Knows
Producer – Dennis Herring
4:42
2 Ivan Neville Why Can't I Fall In Love
Co-producer – Kenny Lee Lewis, Marc DeSisto
4:01
3 Liquid Jesus Stand!
Producer – David Bianco, Todd Rigione
4:22
4 Pixies Wave Of Mutilation (UK Surf) 3:00
5 Peter Murphy I've Got A Miniature Secret Camera 4:26
6 Bad Brains & Henry Rollins Kick Out The Jams
Producer – Ron St. Germain
3:03
7 Above The Law Freedom Of Speech
Co-producer – Dr. Dre, Lay Law
4:15
8 Soundgarden Heretic
Co-producer – Terry Date
3:48
9 Sonic Youth Titanium Exposé
Co-producer – Nick Sansano, Ron St. Germain
6:01
10 Cowboy Junkies Me And The Devil Blues
Producer – Michael Timmins, Peter Moore
5:34
11 Chagall Guevara Tale O' The Twister
Producer – Dennis Herring
3:20

Notes

This is the soundtrack to Allan Moyle's "Pump Up The Volume".

Tracks without producer credits are self-produced.

1: Written by Leonard Cohen.
3: Written by Sylvester Stewart.
6: Written by Robert Derminer, Frederick D. Smith, Wayne Kambes, Dennis Tomich & Michael Davis (MC5).
10: Written by Robert Johnson.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 76732-8039-2 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): MCAD8039 S0625B
  • Barcode (Variant 2): MCAD8039 S2202D A1

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vapor-minor

vapor-minor

August 5, 2017
This whole OST is a travesty... Most of the great songs, which define this fantastic movie, are missing!
D.JKruliq

D.JKruliq

September 28, 2013

Good soundtrack to the 1990 Christian Slater starring vehicle. Missing tracks (unfortunately!) on the soundtrack, but featured in the motion picture are the following; Original version of Everybody Knows by Leonard Cohen, Fast Lane by Urban Dance Squad, Weinerschnitzel by The Descendents from their Fat Ep circa 1981. Also missing were, Love Comes In Spurts by Richard Hell And The Voidoids, Talk Hard by Stan Ridgway (Ex- Wall Of Voodoo), the very cool Dad, I'm In Jail by Was (Not Was) from their 1988 album, What Up, Dog? Finally, even if briefly appearing in the film, the Beastie Boys track ,"The Scenario" should have been here for once, because it is such a rarity! The track was originally cut from Licensed To Ill due to the explicit nature of the, um...x-rated lyrics. The track should have been on their 1999 Anthology compilation, but is still only found on certain bootlegs to this day!