Tangerine Dream / Three O’Clock High
Vinyl reissue of the soundtrack to the 1987 film
Tangerine Dream’s soundtrack to the 1987 US teen comedy Three O’Clock High will be reissued on vinyl in January next year.
The film was directed by Phil Joanou, who went on direct U2’s Rattle and Hum and 1992 Hitchcockian thriller Final Analysis. It wasn’t well received and ultimately flopped at the box office, although it’s been reappraised over the years, to a degree. Darker than your average 80s teen-flick, executive producer Steven Spielberg even felt compelled to take his name off the credits.
Tangerine Dream provide most of the music, although there are a handful of tracks by Sylvester Levay and Jim Walker performs the song ‘Something to Remember Me By’.
Out-of-print for decades, this 35th anniversary vinyl reissue includes an insert of the original film poster (drawn by Drew Struzan, who did Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Blade Runner etc.). It also includes new liner notes and comes with a printed inner sleeve.
Three O’Clock High will be released on 27 January 2023, via Concord.
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Tangerine Dream & Sylvester Levay
Three O'Clock High [VINYL]
Three O’Clock High Tangerine Dream /
- It’s Jerry’s Day Today
- No Detention
- Any School Bully Will Do
- Go To The Head Of the Class
- The Fight
- Jerry’s Decisions
- The Fight Is On
- Big Bright Brass Knuckles
- Buying Paper Like It’s Going Out Of Style
- Dangerous Trend
- Who’s Chasing Who
- Bonding By Candlelight
- You’ll Never Believe It
- Starting The Day Off Right
- Weak At The Knees
- Kill Him (The Football Dummy)
- Not So Quiet In The Library/Get Lost In A Crowd
- Something To Remember Me By
- Side A