The famous John Hughes film will finally release a soundtrack for it's 30th year, further solidifying the iconic status of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Video: Celebrating Ferris Bueller's Day Off - 30 Years Later http://etcnda.com/NHTgt2 pic.twitter.com/wZ7T1AxtjB
NME shares that the "film soundtrack specialist La La Land has been given permission to compile an album for it's 30th anniversary." The assumption is that the album will come out in September, and the track listing is yet to be released.
Also, a prediction from NME states that they do not believe that "Twist And Shout" by The Beatles will probably not be on the compilation, because The Beatles rarely license anyone to add their songs to compilations.
Acts that will potentially be included are as follows, as they are included in the film:
Big Audio Dynamite, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Yello, Zapp, The Beat, General Public, The Dream Academy, and Wayne Newton.
Yes, "Danke Shoen." Because who doesn't need that in their life?
No matter what, we're sure the soundtrack will be just grand.
Excuse us, we'll be over here waiting to walk through our nearest museum with the "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want" covered by The Dream Academy (original by The Smiths) on full blast in our headphones.
After 30 years #FerrisBueller finally gets an official soundtrack: http://nerdi.st/28QaQpf pic.twitter.com/werKtFAZEz
Amy Cooper is a writer and pop, punk/rock junkie, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”