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Fast Times At Ridgemont High (Music from the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about Fast Times At Ridgemont High (Music from the Motion Picture). This album was released in 1982 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:06:30 minutes.

Release date: 1982
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:06:30
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No. Title Length
1. Somebody's Baby (Jackson Browne) 4:03
2. Waffle Stomp (Joe Walsh) 3:42
3. Love Rules (Don Henley) 4:07
4. Uptown Boys (Louise Goffin) 3:04
5. So Much In Love (Timothy B. Schmit) 2:19
6. Raised On Radio (The Ravyns) 3:45
7. The Look In Your Eyes (Gerard McMahon) 3:49
8. Speeding (The Go - Go'S) 2:13
9. Don't Be Lonely (Quarterflash) 3:15
10. Never Surrender (Don Felder) 4:25
11. Fast Times (The Best Years of Our Lives) (Billy Squier) 3:41
12. Fast Times At Ridgemont High (Sammy Hagar) 3:36
13. I Don't Know (Spicoli's Theme) (Jimmy Buffett) 3:05
14. Love Is the Reason (Graham Nash) 3:28
15. I'll Leave It Up to You (Poco) 3:04
16. Highway Runner (Donna Summer) 3:24
17. Sleeping Angel (Stevie Nicks) 4:42
18. She's My Baby (And She's Outta Control) (Palmer / Jost) 2:54
19. Goodbye, Goodbye (Oingo Boingo) 3:54



Many credit the soundtrack for 1982’s Fast Times At Ridgemont High to be the first great rock ‘n’ roll-based soundtrack of the ‘80s (on par with Heavy Metal at least) with contributions by Sammy Hagar, Stevie Nicks and Don Felder. Fast Times leans harder on pop — most notably with its infectious opening hit single “Somebody’s Baby” by Jackson Browne. Paying tribute to the iconic checkerboard, waffle-treaded, slip-on Vans shoes gracing the cover (and the feet of Sean Penn’s character Jeff Spicoli), Joe Walsh follows with the slick boogie of “Waffle Stomp” before Ravyns “Raised On Radio” provides a nugget that’s equal parts classic-rock and power-pop. Although the Go-Go’s “We Got the Beat” is curiously absent (it punctuated the teen scene at Ridgemont Mall), their Farfisa organ-laden “Speeding” turns up before Jimmy Buffett’s “I Don’t Know (Spicoli’s Theme)” cooks up some tasty rock. Hagar recalls his Heavy Metal title-track with a similarly heavy “Fast Times At Ridgemont High.”