Stewart CopelandRumble Fish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Label:A&M Records – SP-6-4983
Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre:Rock, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Experimental


A1Don't Box Me In4:36
A2Tulsa Tango3:45
A3Our Mother Is Alive4:13
A4Party At Someone Else's Place2:32
A5Biff Gets Stomped By Rusty James2:22
A6Brothers On Wheels4:08
B1West Tulsa Story4:00
B2Tulsa Rags1:33
B3Father On The Stairs3:01
B4Hostile Bridge To Benny's1:52
B5Your Mother Is Not Crazy2:48
B6Personal Midget / Cain's Ballroom5:54
B7Motorboy's Fate2:06

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B on bottom of center label to the left of A&M logo, both sides

With printed inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7502-14983-1
  • Barcode (Scan): 075021498310
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): A&M SP-06-4983A-ES2 EMW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): A&M SP-06-4983B-ES2 EMW
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Rumble Fish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)A&M RecordsAMLX 64983UK1983
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Rumble Fish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)A&M RecordsAMLH 20153Netherlands1983
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Rumble Fish (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)A&M Records, A&M RecordsAMLH 64983, SP-6-4983Europe1983
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Rumble Fish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)A&M RecordsL38141Australia1983
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Rumble Fish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)A&M RecordsAMP-28087Japan1983



  • sdede2's avatar
    Had this record in 1983 but sold it when CD's got popular. Big mistake. Glad to get another copy finally as this is an outstanding album. Agree with petertaylor below that this music is an integral part of this film and both are amazing.
    • petertaylor9999's avatar
      This is an absolutely incredible album, and is a testament to Stewart Copeland's virtuosity. This soundtrack is not only accessible as a standalone collection of songs, it's integrated into the film's action like no other. The relentless forward motion of "our mother is alive" drives Rusty James' movement onscreen, but also delivers a melancholy, emotional punch that any listener to relate to. "Biff gets stomped by Rusty James" follows the menacing tempo of Biff's drug fueled, spastic fighting style, ending with the crescendo as the Motorcycle Boy returns, distracts Rusty James, and Biff takes the opportunity to slash him with a broken piece of glass.

      Well worth picking up, and I wish a modern label would remaster and press an audiophile version.


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