Date 25 Oct 91 193001 GMT Subject Re Ferris Buehler's Day Off niklasn@syma.sussex.ac.uk (N

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From: lazlo@triton.unm.edu (Lazlo Nibble) Date: 25 Oct 91 19:30:01 GMT Newsgroups: rec.music.misc Subject: Re: Ferris Buehler's Day Off niklasn@syma.sussex.ac.uk (Niklas Newark) writes: [About the Dream Academy cover of "Please, Please, Please..." from the museum scene:] > The single version is not the instrumental featured in the film, but a > complete vocal rendition. I don't know if the instrumental version is > available anywhere. If it is, I should like to know. Is there a Ferris > Bueller soundtrack album? Here's the current version of my Ferris-file -- it ought to answer all your questions. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF -- The Soundtrack updated 25 October 1991 compiled by Lazlo Nibble (Ernie Longmire) -- lazlo@triton.unm.edu ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ There was never a soundtrack album released from the film FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF, because director John Hughes didn't think that the diverse range of styles of songs in the movie would "work" on one album. The closest that they got to putting out a soundtrack was a promotional single with a couple of tracks from the movie; it was distributed at sneak previews and the like. (Dunno what's on it.) This listing's designed to help people find all the songs used in the movie so they can compile their own soundtrack tape. If you have information not included here, please send it to me. Maybe someday some enterprising bootlegger will pull these all together and release one of their own (hint hint). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Scene: Opening of the film, after Ferris spoofs his parents. Song: Sigue Sigue Sputnik: "Love Missile F1-11 (dance mix)" [edit for movie] On: "Love Missile F1-11" 12" single (EMI-Manhattan V-56021) Scene: When Ferris is trying to convince Cameron to come over Song: "Theme From I DREAM OF JEANNIE" On: TELEVISION'S GREATEST HITS VOLUME II (Tee Vee Toons ) Scene: "The 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California" Song: Yello: "Oh Yeah" On: "Oh Yeah" 7" single, STELLA (album), ONE SECOND (album) Scene: Aerial shots entering Chicago Song: The Flowerpot Men (Ben Watkins/Adam Paters): "Beat City" On: THE JANICE LONG SESSIONS (ep) Scene: Leaving the Ferrari with the Garage Psychos (heard on the radio) Song: Big Audio Dynamite: "B.A.D." On: BIG AUDIO DYNAMITE (album) Scene: Rooney tracks Ferris to the arcade -- or so he thinks Song: Unknown Scene: Garage Psychos in the Ferrari Song: "Theme from STAR WARS" On: STAR WARS Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Scene: Ferris, Sloane, and Cameron in the Art Museum Song: Dream Academy: "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (inst.)" On: "Please Please Please..." 12" single (UK 1985, Blanco Y Negro NEG 20T) Scene: Ferris sings at the parade Song: Wayne Newton: "Danke Schoen" On: Unknown Scene: The Parade Song: The Beatles: "Twist And Shout" On: PLEASE PLEASE ME Scene: Returning from Chicago Song: Zapp: "Radio People" On: THE NEW ZAPP IV U Scene: At the beach? Song: Blue Room: "I'm Afraid" On: Unknown Scene: At the pool Song: General Public: "Taking The Day Off" On: "Too Much or Nothing" single (US), "Faults and All" single (UK) Scene: Ferris says goodbye to Sloane Song: Dream Academy: "The Edge Of Forever" On: THE DREAM ACADEMY Scene: Ferris beats feet for home Song: The (English) Beat: "March Of The Swivel Heads" On: "Jeanette" 12" single (UK, Go-Feet Records FEET 1215) Scene: Closing credits, Rooney on the bus Song: Yello: "Oh Yeah (dance mix)" On: "Oh Yeah" 12" single ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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