Simple Minds / Wang Chung / Jesse Johnson / Others

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Breakfast Club
Used - LP - SP 5045
1985 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Hype Sticker. Tiny Saw Cut. more
Breakfast Club
New - LP - SP 5045
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom Hype Sticker. Small Saw Cut. more
Breakfast Club
Colored Vinyl - B0016615-01
Sealed 2012 Very Limited Edition, Foil Numbered White Vinyl Record Store Day Exclusive. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
The Breakfast Club (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
New - LP - SP-3294
Sealed 1985 Original Soundtrack With Hype Sticker On Shrink. Saw Cut. "Any Fan Of John Hughes Or '80s Teen Culture Remembers The Soundtrack To The Breakfast Club For One Reason: Simple Minds' Stone Classic "Don't You (Forget About Me)." One Of The Few New Wave Songs That Could Seriously Be Called An Anthem, The Song Made An Indelible Impression On An Entire Generation, Which Is No Exaggeration For Many Gen-xers. "Don't You (Forget About Me)" Is The Sound Of The Mid-'80s, Without Exception. Too Bad It's The Only Memorable Thing About The Soundtrack. The Remainder Of The Record Is Either Devoted To '80s Artifacts -- There's Really No Other Word For Leftovers From Wang Chung Or Songs By Karla Devito, Jesse Johnson, And Elizabeth Daily, Or Forgettable Instrumentals By Keith Forsey. Ironically, The Very Fact That The Soundtrack Is Disposable Makes It All The More A Time Capsule And Thereby Interesting, But Don't Expect To Be Blown Away By Anything Outside Of Simple Minds' Undisputed Masterpiece. By The Way, Nothing Is More Emblematic Of The Reagan Era Than The Fact That A Worthy Band Became Famous -- In Fact, Synonymous -- For A Song They Didn't Write." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG Review more
The Breakfast Club (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Colored Vinyl - Used - B0016615-01
2012 Reissue Pressed On "Dandruff" White Vinyl, Not The Numbered RSD Pressing. "Any Fan Of John Hughes Or '80s Teen Culture Remembers The Soundtrack To The Breakfast Club For One Reason: Simple Minds' Stone Classic "Don't You (Forget About Me)." One Of The Few New Wave Songs That Could Seriously Be Called An Anthem, The Song Made An Indelible Impression On An Entire Generation, Which Is No Exaggeration For Many Gen-xers. "Don't You (Forget About Me)" Is The Sound Of The Mid-'80s, Without Exception. Too Bad It's The Only Memorable Thing About The Soundtrack. The Remainder Of The Record Is Either Devoted To '80s Artifacts -- There's Really No Other Word For Leftovers From Wang Chung Or Songs By Karla Devito, Jesse Johnson, And Elizabeth Daily, Or Forgettable Instrumentals By Keith Forsey. Ironically, The Very Fact That The Soundtrack Is Disposable Makes It All The More A Time Capsule And Thereby Interesting, But Don't Expect To Be Blown Away By Anything Outside Of Simple Minds' Undisputed Masterpiece. By The Way, Nothing Is More Emblematic Of The Reagan Era Than The Fact That A Worthy Band Became Famous -- In Fact, Synonymous -- For A Song They Didn't Write." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more

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