180 Gram Vinyl Record
Music from the 1998 motion picture
180-gram gatefold LP reissue
Smash new wave hits from David Bowie, The Police, Culture Club, Billy Idol and more!
The Wedding Singer the blockbuster movie soundtrack to the 1998 Adam Sandler hit comedy was known for including some of the finest '80's new wave/rock music of the era. Featuring a treasure trove of top tracks from likes of The Police "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" to "White Wedding" by Billy Idol and "Love My Way" from The Psychedelic Furs, the incredible music speaks in volumes for a generation that brought this music to the mainstream forever.
More alternative classics abound from major contributors like David Bowie with "China Girl," The Smiths "How Soon Is Now" and of course the techno smash "Blue Monday" by New Order.
New wave pop classics from Culture Club like "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" and the top charter "Hold Me Now" from The Thompson Twins are just some of the great songs you will hear on this amazing soundtrack.
Friday Music is very pleased to announce the first time ever vinyl release of the smash movie hit The Wedding Singer. Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso on 180-gram audiophile vinyl, all of your favorite artists and songs from the 80's truly are represented in this wonderful compilation.
To further enhance your listening hours, we are including a limited edition gate fold LP cover, which features photos from the film making this a memorable revisit for all.
|Video Killed The Radio Star - The Presidents Of The United States Of America|
|Do You Really Want To Hurt Me - Culture Club|
|Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - The Police|
|How Soon Is Now? - The Smiths|
|Love My Way - Psychedelic Furs|
|Hold Me Now - The Thompson Twins|
|Everyday I Write The Book - Elvis Costello|
|White Wedding - Billy Idol|
|China Girl - David Bowie|
|Blue Monday - New Order|
|Pass The Dutchie - Musical Youth|
|Have You Written Anything Lately? - Adam Sandler / Drew Barrymore|
|Somebody Kill Me - Adam Sandler|
|Rapper's Delight (Medley) - Ellen Dow Plus Sugarhill Gang|