<transcy>The Lost Boys - Bande Originale du film (Vinyle doré)</transcy>
<transcy>The Lost Boys - Bande Originale du film (Vinyle doré)</transcy>
<transcy>The Lost Boys - Bande Originale du film (Vinyle doré)</transcy>
<transcy>The Lost Boys - Bande Originale du film (Vinyle doré)</transcy>

The Lost Boys - Bande Originale du film (Vinyle doré)

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COMPILATION

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Gold

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Rainbo Records

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Atlantic

Produced by Gary LeMel, Richard Steinberg

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1987

Reissued in 2021

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Good Times - performed by INXS and Jimmy Barnes
  2. Lost In The Shadows (The Lost Boys) - performed by Lou Gramm
  3. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me - performed by Roger Daltrey
  4. Laying Down The Law - performed by INXS and Jimmy Barnes

Side B :

  1. People Are Strange - performed by Echo & The Bunnymen
  2. Cry Little Sister (Theme From The Lost Boys) - performed by Gerard McMann
  3. Power Play - performed by Eddie And The Tide
  4. I Still Believe - performed by Tim Cappello
  5. Beauty Has Her Way - performed by Mummy Calls
  6. To The Shock Of Miss Louise - performed by Thomas Newman

 

Reviews :

"Joel Schumacher's 1987 film The Lost Boys capitalized on a temporary lull in horror movies in the late '80s and created a heavily music-video-influenced vampire homage with enough campy humor, heavy metal costumes, and hunky stars to put a fresh spin on the genre. An amusing piece of eye candy spiked by a few creepy moments, the movie, in typical '80s style, relies heavily on the soundtrack to bolster its emotional core. The soundtrack, like the film, works great on the surface -- but don't go much deeper. A mix of covers and bombastic '80s pop originals, the songs work best when they concentrate on the horror factor. Echo & the Bunnymen turn in an excellent cover of the Doors' "People Are Strange" that has a bouncier, more melodic touch than the original. Jimmy Barnes and INXS' "Good Times" is an energetic rocker used to personify the party-hardy SoCal atmosphere of the film. The strongest song is the movie's theme, "Cry Little Sister," a goth-influenced midtempo ballad. Singer Gerald McMann's pained phrasing and creepy lyrics, and a chilling chorus sung by what sounds like disembodied children, exemplify the best parts of the movie and the soundtrack." AllMusic Review by Theresa E. LaVeck

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 4,12 / 5

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